Closed | Full time, Outside London
Posted: 06/07/22 | Deadline: 30/07/22
Our mission is to reduce the carbon emissions and cost of office furniture. We do this by remanufacturing high quality furniture to as-new condition and creating furniture ranges from waste materials. Furniture is the biggest source of carbon emissions in a commercial building – we reduce this by 80% while saving money for clients and creating jobs for local long-term unemployed with disabilities. Our 300+ projects prove that every office can be beautiful, sustainable and cost less.
Your principal duties will be reupholstering high-quality used modern office furniture and upholstering soft furniture designed by Rype Office. This role offers plenty of variety because Rype reupholsters most high-end brands’ task chairs and soft seating. For example, Orangebox, Herman Miller, and Vitra.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone who wants variety of work, can work independently as well as within a team and, most of all takes pride in their work.
Working in the upholstery studio, your key responsibilities will include:
- Reupholstering: cutting, sewing, and fitting & refoaming
- Maintaining the overall cleanliness and tidiness of the upholstery studio
- Keeping the fabric inventory up to date
On occasion, you may also attend client sites to assist with office installations and reupholstering.
- Be passionate about producing high-quality work
- Be known for getting things done – and doing them properly
- Focus on the details – attention to detail is vital for our reputation
- Be a practical problem-solver
- Be well-presented and polite and considerate of other
- Experienced and trained in upholstering
- Knowledge of upholstering including sewing and cutting
- Eligible to work in the UK
Competitive and dependent on experience.
Send your application, comprising a CV and a cover letter sharing with us your experience and why you are the best candidate for this role to Edna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This role is based at Rype Office, manufacturing facility, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.