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    Creoworks is a family-owned manufacturer of custom products and spaces. We are 30 people strong with a vibrant culture which relies on individual performance and collaboration. Each person is an incredibly important part of Creoworks’ success and our collective enjoyment of work. We love what we do!


    Skilled in woodworking, the ideal candidate has the ability to successfully assist other Artisans at any point in the fabrication process from start to finish with oversight and direction from the Shop Manager or other Artisan. They can clearly communicate issues that arise and easily follow directions.


    • Fabricate high quality projects in a team environment safely utilizing all equipment and tools as needed. 

    • Attend and contribute to regular production meeting 

    • Review shop drawings with Shop Manager to ensure proper fabrication techniques are being employed
    • Maintain a detail-oriented attitude
    • Keep in mind process and procedure for all projects


    • Assist in shop maintenance as required
    • Manages intake of material, notifying supervisor/project manager of shortages or mis-ordered material in a timely manner


    • Physical strength and stamina: perform multiple tasks that require extensive physical labor, including lifting, climbing, bending, twisting, and operating hand and power tools.
    • Manual dexterity and coordination: have excellent hand-eye coordination, be able to move their hands quickly, and be able to grasp and assemble objects with hands.

    • Strong reading and math skills: must be able to read and interpret blueprints and work-related documents.
    • Building and mechanical knowledge: should also have experience in using mechanical tools, operating machines, and maintaining equipment.
    • Excellent vision and depth perception: must have the ability to read blueprints and see details at close range, as well as from a distance. When operating machines, they must be able to see the gauges and dials to make sure everything is functioning properly and be able to perceive how near or how far to move equipment.


    • Trade degree or practical experience in lieu of formal training, with outstanding performance record
    • Full wood shop knowledge with ability to safely utilize all equipment
    • Ability to work independently or with a team

    • 5+ years in fabrication


    • Maintain track record of no accidents- assisting other team members to work safely
    • Clearly communicate questions and issues that arise to direct supervisor, providing possible solutions with each issue

    • Further develop artisan skills, learning new techniques, product applications, and equipment maintenance.
    • Self-manage projects, accurately producing the intended product on time


    • Dental Insurance
    • Employee assistance program
    • Flexible schedule
    • Health Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • Health Savings Account
    • 401K

    • Paid Time Off

    8 Hours shift

    Ability to commute/relocate
    Seattle WA 98106: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (required)

    $26 – $30 DOE
    Please send your resume to

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