Tacoma-based General Plastics is an innovative leader committed to consistently providing our global clients with premier chemistry-based products and creative solutions. We work with major aerospace manufacturers and other forward-thinking companies in diverse industries, including defense, building construction, tooling, prototyping, marine, nuclear containment and transportation, medical, sports and recreation, and others.
We seek talented, creative, dedicated and professional individuals with a “can-do” attitude to contribute to our team and propel our clients’ success. We know that takes passion, energy, imagination and integrity in every area of our business. That’s why General Plastics invests in great people who share our values, mission and vision.
- 401 (K) Program
- Paid Holidays
- Education Reimbursement
- Earned Time Off (ETO)
- Paid Medical, Dental, Vision
- Bonus Potential
Current Job Openings
Fabricates and assembles plastic products, applying knowledge of working characteristics of plastics and bonding techniques, using precision instruments, hand tools, power tools, machines, and equipment. Reads and interprets blueprints, work orders, and related documentation to determine methods and sequence of operations and dimensional and finish specifications.
- Operate various cutting equipment such as band saws, table saws, routers and shapers; operate various mixing equipment
- Manipulate small tools such as micrometers, calipers, box knife, exacto knife
- Spray materials (colors, adhesives, etc) onto plastic/foam parts
- Cut, deflash and fabricate various rigid and flexible foam parts
- Read, interpret and convey instructions, verbally and in written form
- The employer requires that workers have a high school diploma or GED
- Must be able to receive and interpret instructions and directions from supervisors and peers
- Must demonstrate good judgment to perform the job correctly and safely
- Standing 8 hours per day
- Finger dexterity – the ability to make precisely coordinated movements of the fingers of one or both hands to grasp, manipulate, or assemble very small objects
- Arm-hand steadiness – the ability to keep your hand and arm steady while moving your arm or while holding your arm and hand in one position
- Ability to work with or around chemical solvents