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Millwork Cabinet Maker

Responsibilities:

  • Reads and understands architectural and cabinet layout drawings and creates cabinetry that accurately reflects design specifications.
  • Reads and understands a cut bill of materials and creates materials according to specifications.
  • Provides the setup and operation of power and hand tools utilized by the cabinet shop such as table saws, shapers, nail and staple guns, routers, belt sanders and spray paint guns.
  • Operates specialized computer operated large power equipment such as CNC routers, Beamsaw, Edgebander, dowel machine, if required by job assignment.
  • Prepares and packages finished product for shipping.
  • Identifies issues or conflicts in specifications and drawings and brings them to the attention of management for resolution.
  • Performs clean up and organization of storage, tool crib and shop floor areas. Performs preventative maintenance on equipment.
  • Operates and follows all safety rules and provides coaching and reminders to peers in following safety and procedures of the department.
  • Qualifications

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    High School Diploma or GED

    SKILLS/ABILITIES:

    Understanding of necessary mathematics

    Knowledge of materials and processing

    Attention to detail

    Good driving record a plus

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS
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    Employees may occasionally experience the following physical demands for extended periods of time:

    • Lifting safely
    • Standing while working
    • Bending, stooping, reaching, stretching
    • Pushing, pulling
    • Carrying

    WORK ENVIRONMENT

    Work is performed in a wood shop environment. Hazards include, but not limited to cuts, severed or crushed fingers, sawdust, chemical exposure, loud ongoing sounds. Occasional travel to outside locations to get materials or deliver product. Ability to work extended hours, as required, in support of the company s business needs.



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