- Family owned and operated business
- Entry level role or available to those looking for a career change
- Two Apprenticeships Available
About the Company
Danske Mobler is an impressive family owned manufacturer of high end, quality furniture. They have a reputation for delivering excellence in premium furniture and customer care. The strength of this company is in its employees, with many having been with the company for over 15 years.
This is an exciting opportunity and is available to both entry level applicants and those wanting a career change.
About the Role
Due to an increase in product demand and workload, they have a vacancy for Furniture Making Apprentice based at the Mt Eden site. This is a great opportunity for an energised and focused individual to step into a career path that has a busy and secure future. There is a strong focus on quality work and you will receive exceptional training.
You will be part of a focused team in the woodwork/furniture making manufacturing area. The desire to produce quality workmanship is key.
- Attitude and the desire to produce quality work is key
- Punctual and motivated
- Be keen and willing to learn
- Take pride in your workmanship
- Be willing and able to listen and follow instruction
- Exceptional attention to detail
- Physical fitness
- Team player
Benefits for you:
- Excellent Apprenticeship training
- Free onsite car parking
- Staff discount on furniture
If you feel you have the right attitude and skills for this role, we would like to hear from you.
The team work from 7:00am through until 3:30pm, but we need applicants who are willing to work additional hours when required.
New Zealand Certificate in Furniture (Level 4) with strand in Cabinetmaking
Graduates of this qualification will be able to:
- Apply knowledge of hazard and risk management, quality requirements, and customer service to operate in a furniture manufacturing environment.
- Implement specific aspects of operational management that impact on the profitability, process improvement, or productivity of a furniture making business. Graduates of the Cabinetmaking strand will also be able to:
- Cost out cabinetmaking jobs.
- Assemble a range of furniture components.
- Set and operate machinery and equipment using advanced technical skills to manufacture components to meet customer and production requirements.
A day in the life
What a day in the life of someone working in Furniture looks like