1st Shift Granite Polisher

Majestic is a member of the Artisan Group, an elite organization on stone fabricators throughout North America. Artisan Group members are among the finest stone artisans in the industry and are recognized as the most respected, technologically advanced stone and countertop fabricators in the business. Majestic adheres to the Artisan Groups strict quality standards and employs the most highly skilled craftspeople to ensure that every project and installation meets exacting standards and quality control.

Granite/Stone Polishers

Job Description

Summary: Polish stone edges using pneumatic polishing gun.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Use overhead crane to load stone slabs onto work tables.
  • Use pneumatic polishing gun to shape and polish stone.
  • Accurately read and understand shop drawings and job specific paperwork.
  • Check that countertops were cut correctly by checking against physical templates and taking measurements to compare to shop drawings.
  • Uses a tape measure to accurately measure and mark work before cutting notches and radii.
  • Locate and fill all chips and fissures with epoxy prior to polishing.
  • Use overhead crane as well as buddy lifts to remove finished stone from worktable.
  • Communicate job progress when transitioning between shifts.
  • At the end of the day and various times throughout the day will clean the work areas he has worked in to ensure cleanliness and safe work conditions are maintained.
  • Will perform minor maintenance on tools and equipment to ensure safe and effective operation.
  • Other duties may be assigned.
Job Requirements

Education and/or Experience

High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Qualified candidates must be eligible to work within the US and successfully pass a pre-employment background check and drug test. We are EOE employer.

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