Under the direction of the Wood Shop Supervisor or Lead, the Framer is responsible for the safe and efficient assembly of wood frames using a variety of hand tools and power tools. Framers are required to work forty hours a week and flexible for overtime as required.
- Receives cut plywood from router operator.
- Sorts wood in order to assemble maintenance adjustments such as cleaning filters
- Reads diagrams of styles and sku's to determine appropriate procedures for attaching parts
- Operates hand tools, nail guns, staple guns
- Count and report rejected parts (notify assistant supervisor)
- Clean and maintain work area
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
- Manual dexterity with the ability to operate hand and power tools including nail guns, staple guns
- Ability to work independently
- Flexibility to work a changing work schedule according to production demands
- Ability to work collaboratively with among departments
- Attention to detail
- Ability to work in cold and hot environments (non-climate controlled)
- Ability to work with strict deadlines
- Ability to lift a minimum 30 lbs.
- Ability to work in a production environment using safety equipment including
- Proective eyewear, ear plugs and safety gloves as required.
- Continuous standing for extended periods of time (minimum 8 hour shift)
- Frequent lifting and turning using arms and torso (minimum 8 hour shift)
- Frequent bending, pushing, leaning, and twisting (minimum 8 hour shift)
- Six months of production/framing experience
- Ability to read diagrams and drawings