What You Bring to The Table
• Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in millwork and casework software
• Experience in Microvellum, Cabinet Vision or WoodCAD|CAM
• Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and Teams
• Advanced proficiency in AutoCAD 2017 or later
• Strong knowledge of Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) Standards
• Excellent written, verbal, and communication skills
• Excellent time management skills
• Eligibility to work in the United States
What You’ll Do
• Read and interpret architectural drawings and bid documentation
• Draft and engineer architectural drawings that accurately reflect print specs and meet design intent and estimated budget
• Collaborate with team to coordinate work and form solutions
• Balance several projects and communicate with team members to effectively develop drawings
• Prepare and implement project and/or product take-offs, change order forms, and job order sheets
Who You Are
• Team player with a positive attitude
• Eager to take on new challenges and grow from failure
• Multitasker who can work well under pressure and changing conditions on multiple projects
• Receptive to change and able to embrace the evolvement and growth of the department and company
• Critical thinker and problem solver
• Professional and reliable
• Experience in Cut Rite
• Experience in BlueBeam
Additional Details & Perks
• Job Type – full time
• Salary – $50,000 – $90,000 – Pay commensurate with experience
• Benefits – Health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, 401(k) & 401(k) matching, direct deposit, bereavement leave, paid time off, relocation package available (including temporary housing for 3 months, if applicable)
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