|Title||Furniture Technician, Norfolk (or Remote Working)|
|Location||Norfolk or Remote Working|
|Salary||£Negotiable plus profit share and pension|
This British Company manufactures beautiful bespoke furniture, cabinetry and specialist joinery work for a global network of clients. Their large purpose-built manufacturing complex is home to traditional cabinet making, veneering, carving and gilding skills, complemented by modern design, manufacturing and finishing techniques. Projects include dressing rooms, staircases and libraries, cinemas, wine rooms and games rooms and they are currently looking for an experienced Furniture Technician to join this team. They are based in Norfolk but depending on your level of experience they are also open to remote working with occasional visits to the office.
Main responsibilities for the Furniture Technician are to: Develop the client brief into technical and production drawings and renders; Ensure the product is engineered and designed for manufacture and assembly is carried out; Ensure drawing accuracy and presentation meets the required standard; Survey and template site work as required and undertake pre installation checks.
Skilled in 3D CAD using SolidWorks, you’ll have at least 5 years’ experience in a wood based environment – joinery, shop fitting or cabinet making. CNC and or cabinet making experience would also be beneficial. You’ll be liaising with other departments using your excellent communication skills so will be able to work as part of a team and be able to create effective working relationships. Precise and conscientious, you’ll have an appreciation of their end of the marketplace, with attention to detail and careful considerations of materials and techniques.
Salary is negotiable plus profit share and pension. If this job opening sounds of interest please contact Pippa Baker on 01920 486125 for further details, or simply forward your application and CV / portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also apply via our other website www.careersindesign.com/design-jobs/1166.