Careers at Nimlok NYC
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Warehouse Worker – Entry Level
Tired of flipping burgers or pushing carts? Not going to college but have a High School Diploma? How would you like to have an opportunity to make more than minimum wage with benefits and build a career and advance with a growing company?
Nimlok NYC is a trade show and design company located in Fairfield, NJ. We build and design trade show booths to exceed our client’s expectations and “wow” their target audiences. It is a fast paced, hard working environment that will take place inside of our production warehouse.
We are looking for reliable individuals who are willing to learn a trade. No experience necessary. All that is needed are basic understanding of hand tools, common sense and a willingness to learn! We have entry level opening in our warehouse. Job includes cleaning, organizing, building trade show exhibits, helping out team members, moving and cleaning metal extrusions. Job also requires to be able to occasionally lift up to 50 LBS and candidate must be comfortable on 16' ladders.
This position will start at $12.00 an hour and is full time. A thorough background check is required to be considered for this position along with a valid driver’s license.
Tradeshow Field Supervisor
Warehouse experience, collaborative skills, and problem solving are imperative to the decision making of being hired for his position. Candidate must be willing to work after normal business hours, on the weekends, and most importantly travel for 3-5 days at a time throughout the country. Also must know how to work well with hands and tools, know how to operate a forklift, use of ladders up the 16’ tall, and be able to lift heavy objects of up to 75 pounds.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS INCLUDE, but are not limited to:
1) Constructs and installs exhibit structures, electric wiring, and fixtures of materials, such as wood, plywood, and fiberglass, using hand tools and power tools: Studies sketches or scale drawings for temporary or permanent display or exhibit structures, such as framework, fixtures, booths, or cabinets to determine type, amount, and cost of material needed.
2) Confers with exhibit planning and art personnel to discuss structural feasibility of plans and to suggest alternate methods of displaying objects in exhibit.
3) Cuts, assembles, and fastens parts to construct framework, panels, shelves, and other exhibit components of specified materials, using hand tools and power tools.
4) Sprays or brushes paint, enamel, varnish, or other finish on structures, or creates special effects by applying finish with cloth, sponge, or fingers to prepare structure for addition of fittings.
5) Mounts fittings and fixtures, such as shelves, panelboards, and shadowboxes to framework, using hand tools or adhesives.
6) Installs electrical wiring, fixtures, apparatus, audiovisual components, or control equipment in framework, according to design specifications.
7) Installs or affixes murals, photographs, mounted legend materials, and graphics in framework or on fixtures.
8) Assembles, installs, or arranges structures in exhibit halls working with maintenance and installation personnel.
9) Tests electrical, electronic, and mechanical components of exhibit structure to verify operation.
10) May maintain inventory of building materials, tools, and equipment, and order supplies as needed for construction of exhibit fixtures.
11) May assign duties to and supervise work of carpentry, electrical, and other craftworkers engaged in constructing and installing exhibit components.
12) May assist in placement of display accessories and collection objects or specimens.
401K • Medical • Vision • Paid Holidays • Vacation and Personal Days
Exhibit Builder (Carpentry, Cabinet Making and Installation)
REPORTS TO: Production Manager
STATUS: Full-time, hourly, Non-exempt
HOURS: Weekday, Some Weekend and Evening hours
PAY: Competitive pay plus benefits commensurate with experience
Support the fabrication, assembly and installation of new interactive exhibits, interpretive displays, themed environments and structures requiring cabinetmaking and fine carpentry skills of cutting, joining and preparing wood, plywood, andvarious plastic materials.
Traveling supervisor to insure proper assembly and dismantling of exhibits nationwide.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & ABILITIES:
- Must possess a minimum of 5+ years of work experience and training in a cabinet shop or similar fabrication, construction, mechanical or industrial technology position.
- Previous experience as an Exhibit Builder, Master or Journeyman Cabinet Maker, and/or Installer is highly desirable and preferred.
- Must possess cabinet making and fine carpentry skills of cutting, joining and preparing wood, plywood, and various plastics.
- Must be able to read and interpret engineering, production and shop drawings and define parts from those drawings to be able to machine the parts as required.
- Must have a thorough knowledge and a high level of skill with hand tools,power tools, various saws, routers, and drills.
- Experience with bending plywoods, laminates, veneers, solid plastics, adhesives, and many fasteners is required.
- Must have the mechanical ability to integrate various electro mechanical devices and apparatus into exhibit casework. The ability to troubleshoot basic mechanical and electrical systems is a plus.
- A good eye for detail and model building experience would be helpful.
- Ability to lift and move heavy objects and work from lifts, ladders and high platforms.
- Ability to work on many projects simultaneously.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Inventive spirit, initiative to work alone without direct supervision, and be responsible for timely completion of assigned tasks.
- Occasional travel is required, ranging from 1 to 4 weeks per year.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS INCLUDE, but are not limited to:
A. Provide fabrication, assembly and finish carpentry support for exhibits, displays,scenic facades and graphic signs using both common and unusual materials asrequired to satisfy the demands of the project.
B. Operate standard shop tools such as table saw, router, chop saw, sanders, band saw and various hand power tools required in the fabrication and assembly of final products.
C. Install exhibit structures and devices into final exhibition spaces at both insideour shop and at client locations and exhibit halls as required.
D. Build scaled models of exhibit pieces and spaces for evaluation using wood, plastics, foam core or similar modeling products.
E. Follow all Safety Policies and maintains OSHA compliancy through workpractice, maintaining records and writing reports as required.
F. Keep shop and personal workspace neat, clean, organized and well supplied.
G. Serve as an example to other team members in matters of appearance,attitude, and performance. Must demonstrate the ability to establish andmaintain positive and cooperative working relationships and team environmentwith those contacted in the course of work at all levels, with a focus on qualityservice to internal staff and external clients, vendor and subcontractors.
H. Support operations through participation in meetings and team functionsas appropriate.
I. Perform other duties as assigned by the Production Manager..