×

0 applications in the last 24 hours

0 views in the last 24 hours

Design Developer

  • Joseph Walsh Studio
  • London, City of London

Joseph Walsh Studio seeks applications for the position of Design Developer to work in the Design Studio.

Vacancy provider logo for The Furniture Makers' Company

  • GMFJ Reference
    249464
  • Wages
    £40,000 p/a
  • Hours
    40.00 per week
  • Date Posted
    29/04/2024
  • Start Date
    06/08/2024
  • Duration
    Not Specified

  • Location
    London
  • Status
    Now Taking Applications
  • Sector
    Arts
  • Opportunity Type
    Graduate
  • Employer
    Joseph Walsh Studio

Description

Joseph Walsh Studio seeks applications for the position of Design Developer. Working in a vibrant and creative environment, under the direction of the head of the Design Studio, the successful candidate will contribute to the realisation of studio projects from concept development through to installation. They will prepare technical drawings and specifications for making, work on model making and prototyping and contribute to the realisation of presentations including drawings, final models, graphic design and material samples. They will also work on research and development projects.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL:

  • Have a strong appreciation of design, making and materials
  • Demonstrate strong technical ability with the potential to further develop their skills.
  • Have the ability to work successfully as part of a team and meet the technical challenges presented by complex projects.
  • Have a strong work ethic and be self-motivated.
  • Be highly organised, with initiative and the ability to achieve deadlines.
  • Have good attention to detail and a desire to work at the highest standard.
  • Be enthusiastic and open to learning new skills.
  • Have a full clean driving licence [essential].

For more information about this vacancy please contact The Furniture Makers' Company on +44 20 7256 5558 (Ref ID: 249464)

Company website : https://josephwalshstudio.com/

Based on this opportunity you might also be interested in.

Youth Advisory Panel

  • Arts
  • N/A p/w
  • Work Placement
  • Cosford

Youth Advisory Panel

We are looking for 16 to 24 year olds to support our Midlands Development Programme by joining our Youth Advisory Panel. Help us to shape our museum into an engaging and relevant space for young people by inputting into our Midlands Development Programme, from the planning stages, to delivery and beyond.

Apprentice Furniture CNC Operator

  • Arts
  • 256.00 p/w
  • Intermediate Level 2
  • Hampson Green

Apprentice Furniture CNC Operator

Reporting to, and working alongside the experienced CNC operator. - Learning and using Alphacam, CNC software to program the machine and schedule work to be efficient, at capacity, accurate, minimizing waste. - Interpreting construction drawings to breakdown into CNC components for CNC cutting. - Learning and understanding different tooling for use on the CNC machine. - Maintaining and cleaning tooling, CNC machines and working machinery. - Checking components are produced with accuracy. Checking quality levels are maintained. - Ordering materials, glues, screws for the CNC and generally in the workshop. Stock keeping of materials used.

Apprentice Cabinet Maker/Assembler

  • Arts
  • 217.60 p/w
  • Intermediate Level 2
  • Lancs

Apprentice Cabinet Maker/Assembler

Daily tasks will be based on a progressive program of work based learning. This will be supervisor lead across various departments and activities.These will include: - Cabinet building - Assembly techniques - Cabinet finishingAll health and safety provision will be in place along with inductions into the manufacturing plant.

Apprentice Machinist

  • Arts
  • 211.20 p/w
  • Intermediate Level 2
  • WARRINGTON

Apprentice Machinist

- Measuring and marking out - Use of various machinery, tools and equipment to manufacture various products or components - Manufacture of components - Cutting timber using machinery - Sanding down and quality checking - Working towards Health & Safety Regulations. - Keeping the work areas clean and tidy.

Apprentice Wood Machinist

  • Arts
  • 223.97 p/w
  • Intermediate Level 2
  • Farnworth

Apprentice Wood Machinist

As an apprentice, the successful candidate will be expected to work as part of a team and support senior members of the department.The majority of the Apprentice Machinists day will be occupied by learning all aspects of machinery.Main duties and responsibilities will include: - To use our AlphaCam program to convert a 2D drawing to a 3D drawing and adding the required tooling and toolpaths using multiple tools such as a straight flat cutter to apply the relevant profile cutter needed - To do carving profiles for ionic capitals and architectural corbels using small router cutters, like a 45 degree tool, 16mm radius and a 3mm radius for finer detailing which can produce amazingly detailed finishes - Setting cutter depths - Running programs - Safe use of hand tools and machinery within the workshop environment

General Furniture Manufacturer

  • Arts
  • 256.00 p/w
  • Intermediate Level 2
  • Darwen

General Furniture Manufacturer

- Learning about the kitchen components- Assembling carcases- Fitting frames and hanging doors- Fitting drawers- Using basic hand tools- Reading and understanding CAD drawings- Helping out in the work shop as required- Cleaning duties- Adhering to H&S- Working as part of a team

Furniture Workshop Fabricator Apprenticeship

  • Arts
  • 249.60 p/w
  • Intermediate Level 2
  • Blackpool

Furniture Workshop Fabricator Apprenticeship

1. Cabinet Making and Joinery: - Learn and develop skills in cutting, shaping, and assembling wood and other materials to create bespoke cabinetry. - Assist in the construction of custom-built cabinets, wardrobes, shelves, and other furniture pieces.2. Material Selection and Preparation: - Prepare and process materials for use in cabinetry projects, ensuring accuracy and quality.3. Finishing and Assembly: - Learn techniques for sanding and finishing cabinetry to achieve a high-quality, durable finish.4. Maintain a Safe and Organised Workshop: - Adhere to health and safety guidelines and procedures to ensure a safe working environment. - Keep the workshop clean, organised, and well-maintained, ensuring tools and equipment are stored correctly.5. Continuous Learning and Development: - Actively participate in training and development opportunities to enhance joinery skills and knowledge. - Stay updated with industry trends, techniques, and best practices in cabinetry and joinery.

Apprentice Fitted Interiors Installer

  • Arts
  • 249.60 p/w
  • Intermediate Level 2
  • Blackpool

Apprentice Fitted Interiors Installer

- Learn and develop skills in cutting, shaping, and assembling wood and other materials to create bespoke cabinetry. - Assist in the construction of custom-built cabinets, wardrobes, shelves, and other furniture pieces.2. Material Selection and Preparation: - Prepare and process materials for use in cabinetry projects, ensuring accuracy and quality.3. Finishing and Assembly: - Learn techniques for sanding and finishing cabinetry to achieve a high-quality, durable finish.4. Maintain a Safe and Organised Workshop: - Adhere to health and safety guidelines and procedures to ensure a safe working environment. - Keep the workshop clean, organised, and well-maintained, ensuring tools and equipment are stored correctly.5. Continuous Learning and Development: - Actively participate in training and development opportunities to enhance joinery skills and knowledge. - Stay updated with industry trends, techniques, and best practices in cabinetry and joinery.

Cyber Essentials
© 2021 GetMyFirstJob Ltd.

Your first steps into the world of work for Apprenticeships, Degree Apprenticeships, Work Experience & Graduate Jobs