Nail Down

Reports to: Production Supervisor
Assembles wooden frames according to quality and quantity requirements. The builder obtains and inspects individual pieces of wood from storage area, positions different lumber pieces per specification, and then nails lumber together with an air driven nailing gun.
Duties & Responsibilities
Obtains and inspects pieces of wood to be used for frame build process.
Turns, grasps board(s,) and places boards in holding fixture. Repeats the motions for the boards required to complete the frame.
Picks up air driven nailing gun (approximately 10 lbs. In weight) with one hand, and nails boards together while walking around the table and while using the other hand to make final positioning of the boards.
Inspects assembled frames for structural defects, and repairs as needed.
Picks up frame, carries and stacks on finished frame pile.
Cuts steel bands around bundle of lumber.
Reload nail gun as needed and changes locators on table to accommodate different size frames.
Moves carts of finished frames to appropriate areas.
Performs all related duties of the frame build function according to established safety and efficiency procedures.
Maintains workstation in a neat, clean and orderly fashion.
Operates band saw to cut lumber for special sizes as needed.
Performs functions in other areas of the Plant as requested.
Performs related duties as assigned.
Education/ Experience/ Work Environment
Basic ability to read, write and understand English
Basic ability to read/use ruler, add subtract and calculate fractions.
Must be at least 18 years of age
Prior experience working for a bedding manufacturer
Initial training period is approximately 2 weeks; requires ability to reach minimum 125% efficiency on consistent basis after 30 calendar days of service.
Basic mathematical skills
Good eye/hand coordination
Good organizational skills
The job is highly repetitious and involves regular lifting of materials (up to 50 lbs) on a regular basis. Work also involves exposure to usual hazards found in a manufacturing environment. Use of earplugs and safety glasses are required.
This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties or responsibilities associated with the job. Other job-related duties may be assigned.
An affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer Drug-Free Working Environment
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled

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