Part Time Flexible Manufacturing Jobs | Coon Rapids

All Shifts!  Experience NOT required.

Pay: $16-$20/hr, plus $1.50 shift differential for 3rd shift.


Lexington Manufacturing in Coon Rapids makes engineered wood and fiberglass components for windows, doors, and performs other mill work for other industries.  People who work for Lexington say they love the family-like atmosphere and our focused approach to work/life balance.

We are hiring part-time production employees to help with our continued flow of work orders, and are looking for flexible, part-time hours that work with their family/school schedules.   This is ideal for students and other individuals looking for good pay on a part-time flexible schedule that could be during 1st, 2nd or 3rd shift hours.   We also have full-time, benefits eligible openings.

Jobs could be any of the following: Production assistant, machine operator, painter.

Duties (could include any of the following, based on experience and skills):

  • Setup and operate automated and semi-automated wood processing machinery
  • Handles, feeds, inspects and packages raw and finished wood parts.
  • Uses computers and computerized equipment, hand tools and measuring instruments.
  • Communicates regularly with other team members


  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • Math and mechanical aptitude and ability to use a variety of saws, drills and hand tools.
  • Ability to interpret measuring devices, multi-task and follow customer specifications.
  • Must pass a drug screen and criminal background check

Work Environment and Physical Demands:

  • Lexington production positions require the ability to stand continuously during the assigned work shift on a concrete floor in a warehouse environment with varying hot and cold temperatures. Due to loud noise and dust levels, hearing and eye protection is required (and provided by Lexington). The conditions and material used may be dusty or dirty.
  • This position requires varying degrees of standing, walking, lifting, bending, twisting and reaching with hands/arms. The position requires use of vision to inspect materials, product and machines. The ability to lift 40 pounds unassisted is required of all Lexington production positions.
Beliefs & Philosophies

“Building Relationships, Creating Solutions, Delivering Value.”

Lexington Manufacturing is dedicated to providing our customers with innovative, market-leading products that are delivered with integrity and value. Our commitment to service and quality is proven — by providing innovative solutions, quality products and short lead times since our company was founded in 1981.

Lexington is fully dedicated to the safe work practices of our associates and visitors alike. We firmly believe that everyone’s safety is essential. With this belief we will work under safe conditions and forever seek continuous improvement practices.

Lexington management is committed to operating its business in a manner which reflects the highest levels of personal and professional ethics. We treat coworkers, customers, and suppliers with respect, fairness and honesty.

Lexington is committed to the fact that our customer relationships are the cornerstone of our future. It is absolutely necessary to understand our customers need for product quality and service. Once a commitment is made to a customer, every effort must be made to fulfill that obligation.

We believe that through the application of lean methods and progressive management of our people, technological, and financial resources we will achieve continuous improvement of our service for our customers, long term security for our employees, and continued growth and profitability for our company.

We believe that employees are Lexington’s most important resource. Employees should take an active part in setting their own goals, carefully balancing family and work commitments. Employees’ participation on productivity teams lends to an environment that fosters change, creates opportunity for growth and encourages teamwork and employee involvement.

We believe in a minimum number of management levels and that responsibility should be pushed down as far into the organization as possible. Simple, efficient systems and company wide open communication will promote good morale and support the company vision.