Frame Assembler

Assembles pre-cut wood parts to create a furniture frame. Uses manual and powered tools to glue and staple parts together. Requires strong arms and hands, along with a careful eye and attention to detail. You are the important first step in the process of assembling a finished piece of furniture.


Education Required

Most companies require a high school diploma or equivalent. Check with human resources personnel at individual companies for education requirements.

6 Companies Hiring

Best Home Furnishings / Ferdinand, IN

Bradington Young / Hickory, NC

Century Furniture / Hickory, NC

Chaddock / Morgantown, NC

Craftmaster Furniture, Inc. / Taylorsville, NC

Hancock and Moore / Hickory, NC

What does a Frame Assembler do?

Assembles pre-cut wood parts to create the furniture frame.
Uses manual and powered tools to glue and staple parts together.
Inspects frame and ensures it meets quality standards.
Moves the completed frame to the next work station.

What skills and abilities will I need?

Strong arms and hands
Ability to stoop and bend
Ability to lift up to 75 pounds and push (slide) up to 200 pounds
Attention to detail
Ability to effectively communicate with team members
Pass a drug test, background check and E-verify screening

How much training will I need?

Manufacturing training requirements vary. Some manufacturers offer on the job training. Or, you can check with your local community college for training programs.

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