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Production Sewing Technician

Production Sewing Technician

Your sewing skills can save lives!!

ECMS

This Position is at our Kent, Washington Location

Come join our team! Help us serve our first responders!

Do you have a passion for sewing?  Is quality a priority for you?  Do you enjoy a fast paced work environment?  Do you want to be part of a team that provides a public service?   If you answered yes to these questions, then ECMS would like to talk to you!

ECMS inspects, repairs, and alters firefighter suits.  The suits worn by the men and women of our fire departments are critical pieces of safety equipment.  Your role as a member of the ECMS team is to perform sewing repairs on these lifesaving suits. 

Duties include:

Stitching seams, patching holes, and performing alterations using a variety of sewing equipment including; single needle, double needle, sergers, and felling machines. The fabrics are heavy duty and are fire resistant. Everything we do contributes to the safety of the firefighter.

  • In addition to sewing firefighter suits, you will also have the opportunity to manufacture some accessory items used by firefighters including; hose straps, name tags, shrouds, and gear bags.

As an employee of ECMS, your work can ensure the brave men and women firefighters return safely home at the end of their shifts. 

If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, then we want you on our team!

The work schedule is Monday-Friday, 7:00am – 3:30pm.  Occasional overtime is needed. 

ECMS offers a full benefits package that includes: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, long term disability, flexible spending plan, 401 (k) retirement plan, Ten paid holidays, and a bonus plan.

Company Description

ECMS specializes in the inspection, cleaning, and repair of personal protective ensembles and ensemble elements used for structural, wildland, industrial, and aviation firefighting applications. ECMS also provides end users, distributors and manufacturers a highly skilled resource for aftermarket alterations, modifications and accessories for elements that are in service. Providing support services for personal protective ensembles is our only business, and we take great pride in doing it well. ECMS operates six service centers in the Western United States: Las Vegas, NV, Oakland, CA, La Mirada, CA, Kent, WA, Salt Lake City, UT, and Phoenix, AZ.

ECMS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

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