Shop Fabricator (Philadelphia, PA)

Shop Fabricator (Philadelphia, PA)

This Deadline Expired: Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Atelier Fine Art Services is seeking experienced fabricators for our crate construction shop in Philadelphia. Qualified applicants are familiar with a wide range of hand and power tools, including table saws, band saws, miter saws, routers and drills/impact drivers. Self motivation, time management, and attention to detail are essential qualities. Accurate measuring, basic arithmetic, and precise construction are also key. Previous experience with crate construction and shipping artwork, as well as material concerns related to artwork, is preferred. Experience with carpentry or cabinetmaking outside of an academic setting is a plus.

Crate Fabricator Position is full time, 32-40 hours per week. The starting rate is $15/hr, with a performance and rate evaluation after 8 weeks. Atelier Fine Art Services offers health, vision, and dental insurance for full time employees, as well as paid time off.

To apply, please send a résumé and cover letter to Adam Rowlett at arowlett@atelierfas.com

Atelier Fine Art Services is an equal opportunity employer.

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