Thank you for your interest in joining the SEA-LECT Plastics team. We are one of the leading plastic injection molding manufacturers in North America.
SEA-LECT Plastics facility includes an 18,000 square foot production floor with an additional 20,000 square feet of warehouse space. Our equipment and machines are world class, cutting edge technology including 16 Milacron injection molding machines that you can read more about on our Capabilities page and read this post about why we use Milacron machines.
Take a tour of our shop floor with General Manager Matt Poischbeg during this video shoot with TribeTV
We manufacture products for a wide range of industries including but not limited to aerospace, military, outdoor recreation, musical instruments and many more.
We have been using Solidworks ERP system on our shop floor for years. In combination with DELMIAWORKS we have systems in place to manage projects from the sketch on a napkin through product delivery, accurately and efficiently. Here is a short video featuring General Manager Matt Poischbeg explaining the benefits of those systems.
SEA-LECT Plastics was founded in 1987 by our sister company SEA-DOG Line. SEA-DOG manufactures and sells quality marine gear. They had a need to manufacture plastic parts, such as deck plates, cleats and other items. That is how SEA-LECT Plastics was born. We also have another company under the SEA-DOG umbrella, SEA-LECT Designs. SEA-LECT Designs high end performance hardware and repair accessories in the marine and outdoor recreation industries.
At SEA-LECT Plastics we have long-term employees who keep things running smoothly on the production floor. They are good; we couldn’t run our plant without them. Here is one of our employees describing his role as a plastic process technician.
SEA-LECT Plastics is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or veteran status.
Now that you know more about us, we would love to learn more about you! If you are a plastic injection professional or are just starting out and feel you are a good fit, consider joining us in one of the most scenic areas of the country.
Send your resume to Matt Poischbeg with any questions you might have.
We are always interested in Plastics Injection Molding Professionals looking for work:
- Process Technician
- Maintenance Technician
- Mold Maker
- Machine Operator
SEA-LECT Plastics Corporation is a mid-size company, offering industry leading benefits package that includes:
- Competitive compensation
- Health, dental & life insurance
- Paid vacation
- 401(k) plan (company-matching)
Located in Everett, Washington. We’re 30 minutes from Seattle 60 minutes to British Columbia. There are dozens of scenic hiking trails, mountain skiing, world class fishing, San Juan Island boating and water sports opportunities right out our backdoor.
Train for a Career in the Plastics Industry
To help our employees go from minimal injection molding experience to being accomplished, scientific molders, we use a blended learning model. Our model incorporates interactive on-line training, injection molding machine simulator lessons, and hands-on instruction.
If you don’t have the experience or knowledge for the job openings, but are highly motivated and willing to learn, we will train you. We offer four different apprenticeship programs; Mold Maker, Industrial Maintenance Mechanic, Plastics Process Technician and especially the Youth Apprentice. These programs are administered by AJAC. Don’t hesitate! Call Matt and find out how it works at: (425) 339-0288.
SEA-LECT Plastics joined the Washington State Training Program, due to the shortage of skilled workers in the Mold Making Trade. As more people retire, the shortage trend is growing. In order to address this issue, in 2008 the Washington State Legislature allocated funding to create an apprenticeship program with multiple occupations in order to develop workers for the aerospace (and other) industries.
We utilize the Paulson Training Program for our employees. All training is done interactively on a PC or via the web using our InSite360 internet-based platform. High quality video with 3-D animations of machinery are used to illustrate machine operation and what is happening inside the machine. Questions are asked throughout a training lesson to reinforce the knowledge being taught. Each employee is assigned the courses appropriate for his or her job level. Training records for each employee’s training activity are maintained automatically. They can then be reviewed by supervisors to ensure that scheduled training is being taken.