Complete assembly of wide variety of custom fixtures, casework, commercial cabinetry and millwork requiring the ability to read, comprehend and apply blueprint and 3-D modeling and basic math skills as well as the ability to use common hand tools and operate woodworking machines.
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The CNC Operator is responsible for the efficient operation of the CNC Router.
The Field Installation Manager is responsible for the installation and repair of custom cabinets, casework, and/or millwork at our customer sites.
The inventory control lead is responsible for the oversight and management of a team whose roles include, but not are limited to, packaging, crating, inventory management, loading trucks, and other duties as assigned. It is the inventory control lead’s responsibility to support multiple manufacturing departments and to ensure that all team members are on task and focused on the correct priorities. This role provides opportunities to lead by example and interact with all levels within the organization.
The inventory control specialist assists in several areas, including the warehouse, shipping, receiving, and packaging/LTL. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to packaging, crating, receipt of raw materials, staging and shipment of finished goods, inventory management, loading trucks, and other duties as assigned. The inventory control specialist role provides numerous opportunities to learn more about the organization through interaction with multiple departments.
The junior accountant is a multi-functional role with a focus on collecting, studying and preparing data to determine costs of business activity such as raw material purchases, labor and inventory.
The Junior Buyer, working in support of the Purchasing Manager, is responsible for negotiations with vendors for the purchase of materials, goods, and supplies used by three (3) production facilities. A key mission of the position is to negotiate the best possible price, quality, and service guarantees in support of company cost-savings objectives.
The junior project manager supports the project management team by performing all organizational duties related to the successful execution of producing quality cabinets and store fixtures of assigned customers. The junior project manager will learn the intricacies of developing new products and accounts, defining a scope of work, understanding and relaying customer expectations, as well as building communication and organization skills. The junior project manager plays a vital role in the daily management of customer accounts.
The Project Engineer is responsible for complex design tasks utilizing Inventor software as well as creating product designs based on equipment capabilities, construction methods, labor resources, and experience with of a wide range of materials in the store fixture and display industry. The project engineer adds tremendous value by working directly with the customer and project management to develop cost savings opportunities by reviewing all aspects of a project and sharing value added-ideas as a team.
The Project Manager, working under the direction of a senior project manager, is responsible for the successful execution of assigned customer accounts — including participation in the conceptual development of a project, obtaining the scope of work for each project, reviewing drawings, defining customer expectations, coordinating project timelines between multiple internal and external departments, and problem-solving. The project manager has direct communication with customers and is an integral part of business development.