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Mfg Hrly II (Trimmer)
Title:Mfg Hrly II (Trimmer)
Location:Claremont, NC


Trimmer will pull, lift and place the next upholstered piece in line weighing approximately 50-100 lbs onto the work station in order to build up.



· Progressive Line Upholstery set-up. May work on Main High End Upholstery as well.

· Conduct initial inspection of frame and materials to assure all pieces match the ticket on piece, including cushions and backs

· While trimming the outside of the piece assure the fabric has no lumps, holes or cat tracks. Also ensures the grain runs straight and that there are no loose corners.

· Ensure seams are straight, even and not gapped open while also ensuring welts are straight and even.

· Fit cushions to the in-back and in-arm making sure there is no gap between cushions

· Assure that seams are straight, even and not gapped open and all welts are straight and even

· Install black bottoms on underside of piece

· Must be able to successfully pass a post offer job screen


· Up to 5 years experience in production of upper-end upholstered furniture

· Good attention to detail and ability to work with hands

· Experience in reading and understanding production tickets

· Ability to interpret simple upholstery/trimming instructions commonly placed in an upholstery/trim manual

· Ability to perform multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment to assure delivery requirements

· Good communication skills – oral and written

· Ability to keep accurate records and follow documented procedures and standards

· Excellent time-management skills including ability to work independently with little supervision

· Ability to frequently lift frames weighing approximately 75 lbs

· Ability to stand for 10 hour periods and bend and twist at waist and knees as required to upholster furniture

· Ability to see patterns on fabrics and color variations

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