Apprentice Upholsterer

  • Barons Contact Furniture Ltd
  • Lytham, Lancashire
  • £260.00 per week

• Webbing and prepping of chair frame • Understanding of foam, fibres and fillers • Properties/capabilities of different types of fabric • Various upholstery skills including tacking/back tacking, buttoning and de-buttoning, piped edges/double piped edges • Developing a keen eye for quality • Helping out in other areas when required • Working within Health and Safety guidelines • Keeping work area clean and tidy

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  • GMFJ Reference
    247669
  • Wages
    £260.00 p/w
  • Hours
    40.00 per week
  • Date Posted
    12/03/2024
  • Start Date
    12/06/2024
  • Duration
    Not Specified

  • Location
    Lytham
  • Status
    Now Taking Applications
  • Sector
    Arts
  • Opportunity Type
    Intermediate Level 2
  • Apprenticeship Standard
    Furniture manufacturer (ST0203)
  • Employer
    Barons Contact Furniture Ltd

Description

• Webbing and prepping of chair frame• Understanding of foam, fibres and fillers• Properties/capabilities of different types of fabric• Various upholstery skills including tacking/back tacking, buttoning and de-buttoning, piped edges/double piped edges• Developing a keen eye for quality• Helping out in other areas when required• Working within Health and Safety guidelines• Keeping work area clean and tidy

For more information about this vacancy please contact The Furniture Makers' Company on +44 20 7256 5558 (Ref ID: 247669)

Company website : https://www.baronsfurniture.co.uk

• Good practical ability• Keen and willing to learn• Use own initiative whilst working in a small team• Reliable and punctual
In return we will offer you a safe and happy working environment, a company pension scheme when you become eligible, good rates of pay, opportunity of progression within the company a generous bonus scheme, onsite parking, catering facilities and an excellent training program.

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