Production Worker-Machine Shop

Title:  Production Worker-Machine Shop
Dept.:  Operations
Location: Seattle
Reports to:  Machine Shop Manager
Hours:   Full-time, M-F, Day-shift, Second Shift, some part-time hours available


Performs bench or line assembly and fabrication operations to mass-produce products such as easels, canteens, aircraft parts and injection molded products by performing the following duties:


  • Bolts, clips, screws or otherwise fastens and/or assembles parts.
  • Performs simple riveting duties.
  • Operates basic assembly machines to perform force fitting or fastening operations.
  • Performs finishing processes on metal and non-metal work pieces such as deburring using sandpaper and hand-files.
  • Operates manual sheers and table-saws.
  • Operates basic drilling equipment.
  • Counts, packages, sorts and cleans parts.
  • Adheres to established production, Safety and Health Policies and Procedures.
  • Other duties may be assigned.


  • Six months prior experience in machine operation/assembly preferred.
  • Excellent attendance record.
  • Ability to work as a member of a team in a cooperative manner.
  • Ability to occasionally lift up to 40 pounds.
  • Ability to stand up to 8 hours with standard rest-periods.
  • Ability to perform work assignments requiring repetitive motions.

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F

Please send cover letter and resume to or to:

The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc.
Attn.: Kevin Daniel
2501 S. Plum Street Seattle, Washington 98144
Telephone: (206) 973-4060
Fax: (206) 436-2244
TTY: (206) 324-1388

To download an application and for more information about employment at the Lighthouse visit our website:


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