A Joiner will layout, machine, assemble, install and finish products that are fabricated from wood, plastics and other materials. Many of these processes will combine conventional techniques along with automated (CNC/CAD/CAM) procedures.
Ensure that all work undertaken is completed with due regard for quality, productivity and safety.
Adhere to existing working practices, methods, procedures, undertake relevant training and development activities and to respond positively to new and alternative systems.
Be a quick learner and highly motivated with an eye for detail.
Be able to work in a fast paced environment.
Must work well with others and independently, with the willingness and ability to find solutions to problems.
Reliable and hard-working with a team oriented outlook.
Duties may include CNC & edgebander operation, casework assembly, specialty fabrication, hardwood breakout, counter top fabrication, solid surface manufacturing and installation.
Be familiar with the equipment and machinery found in a custom woodworking shop with the ability to set up and use at least some of the equipment, i.e.) table saws, jointer, planer, edge bander, edge sanders.
Read and interpret drawings and specifications as well as make cut lists.
Fabricates, assembles, installs, and finishes furnishings in yachts or boats according to blueprints, using hand tools, power tools, and measuring instruments.
Able to be given a drawing and efficiently build a quality piece to correct size with little direction.
Sanding, staining, and applying spray finishes.
Journeyman Joiner Certification is strongly preferred but experience in the above mentioned skill set is a must.
Required to have own hand tools.
Familiarity with AutoCAD, Cabinetvision, Alphacam, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and Smartsheet software.