Cabinetmakers are skilled artisans who construct, repair, and install wooden cabinets, furniture, and fixtures. They may work in either a custom or production capacity.
Either they work for firms that specialize in the production of custom furniture, construction businesses, or cabinetmaking contractors, or they work for themselves as independent contractors.
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Cabinetmakers can find work in any of these industries.
Education; Secondary (high) school graduation certificate
Experience; 3 years to less than 5 years
Location; 9776 54 AVE NW Edmonton, AB T6E 0A9
Salary; 23.00 hourly for 32 hours per week
Terms of employment; Permanent employment (Full time)
- Examine the plans, specifications, or drawings of the items that are going to be manufactured, or make the requirements.
- Reinforce the joints once they have been trimmed, and then construct the full unit by fitting the parts and subassemblies together.
- Sand the surfaces of the wooden items, then add veneer, stain, or polish; prepare and apply laminated plastics.
- Utilize both machine and manual tools in the woodworking process in order to cut, shape, and create various parts and components.
- Refinishing wooden furniture, fixtures, and other related things is also an option.
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