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Apprentice Furniture Sprayer/Painter

  • TQB Interiors
  • Kirk Deighton, Leeds
  • £275.20 per week

- Clocking in - Liaising with the workshop manager and other members of staff to ensure duties are carried out in order. - Spraying/painting various components of kitchens, bedrooms, studies, media walls and all other aspects of furniture. - Sanding/prepping all components between coats. - Using a wide variety of paints, stains and lacquers. - Keeping check of stock items and informing of items required to order. - General care taking duties. - Clocking out

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  • GMFJ Reference
    251883
  • Wages
    £275.20 p/w
  • Hours
    37.00 per week
  • Date Posted
    05/07/2024
  • Start Date
    15/09/2024
  • Duration
    Not Specified

  • Location
    Kirk Deighton
  • Status
    Now Taking Applications
  • Sector
    Arts
  • Opportunity Type
    Intermediate Level 2
  • Apprenticeship Standard
    Furniture manufacturer (ST0203)
  • Employer
    TQB Interiors

Description

- Clocking in- Liaising with the workshop manager and other members of staff to ensure duties are carried out in order.- Spraying/painting various components of kitchens, bedrooms, studies, media walls and all other aspects of furniture.- Sanding/prepping all components between coats.- Using a wide variety of paints, stains and lacquers.- Keeping check of stock items and informing of items required to order.- General care taking duties.- Clocking out

For more information about this vacancy please contact The Furniture Makers' Company on +44 20 7256 5558 (Ref ID: 251883)

Company website : https://www.tqbinteriors.com/

There are no formal qualifications required.
- We are based in the countryside between Knaresborough and Wetherby so a driving license would be an advantage.- Age between 16 -40- Must be punctual.- Strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail- Excellent communication skills in English, both verbal and written- Ability to work independently as well as part of a team- Have an interest in bespoke furniture and interiors.- A positive, can-do attitude- Be forward thinking- A commitment to their own development and career
- 30 days holiday- 8.5 day fortnight = 4.5 day week followed by 4 day week. Hours can be adjusted to suit young workers.- Company healthcare scheme after 6 months.- Company T shirts and sweatshirts provided.- All PPE provided.- Company tool scheme 50% off hand tools. Equipment provided- Free parking.- Social events 4 times per year-Train to be the paint room manager- Team of 9 people

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