Work With Us: Quality Control / Packing

January 31, 2018

Bing Surfboards Factory Quality Control/Packing Specialist

 

Bing Surfboards is a surfboard manufacturer and retail seller of high quality, made in CA surfboards and soft goods within the action sports industry. Bing was originally established in 1959 by Bing Copeland and has a large influence, history and participation within the surf industry. Our factory is located on the historic “The Hill” in Encinitas, CA and the retail store is 2 miles away on Coast Hwy 101 in Leucadia.

 

We are seeking a self-motivated, organized, thorough individual with experience handling surfboards to oversee quality control and packing for all finished Bing Surfboards.

 

Responsibilities:

-       Quality Control / Surfboard handling and prep

o   Inspect and prep all finished boards to ensure they meet Bing Quality Standards of Excellence.

o   Drill out and install leash ropes

o   Wipe down, bag, tag, and inventory boards

o   Shoot and record photos of each board for website upload

-       Packing

o   Overall responsible for safely packing every Bing Surfboard that leaves the factory, retail and wholesale

  • Locate, collect and pack one or multiple boards for wholesale and retail customers
  • Ensure consistency with Packing/shipping paperwork and surfboards prior to factory departure.
  • Pack in accordance with Bing Quality Standards of Excellence 
  • Measure, weigh each box to ensure accurate shipping dimensions
  • Manage packing supplies and reorder as necessary
  • Ordering and pulling fins for each shipment

-       Factory Duties

o   Assist Production Manager with:

  • Unloading and storing blanks
  • Surfboard Deliveries (local/retail)
  • Recycling Acetone
  • Handling waste removal
  • Maintaining a clean and organized factory environment

o   Assist Operations Manager with:

  • Checking/tracking/updating surfboard production status

 

Requirements:

-       Enthusiastic about surfing and positive attitude

-       Ability to move and lift up to 80lbs

-       Open to working in a factory environment

-       Must possess a Valid driver’s license and experience driving van/truck

-       Clean driving record with none or minor violations and no accidents

-       Experience using basic automatic and manual tools (e.g. Drills, screwdrivers, hammer, etc.) 

 

 

Preferred Experience:

-       Past Experience in surfboard factory/handling surfboards

-       Understanding of surfboard production process and ability to recognize high quality standards for gloss/polish surfboards

-       Basic understanding of surfboard manufacturing materials

 

This is an onsite position at 40 hours per week Monday through Friday paid at an hourly wage, determined at the time of hiring.

 

 


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