Furniture Finisher Job Details
Salary: Pay is commensurate to skills and competitive
Hours: 40-hour workweek; Monday – Friday, 8 – 5.
Breaks: (2) 10-minute, 1-hour lunch
Paid holidays: New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day,
Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas; applicable with full time
Paid Sick Days: 3 days per year; applicable after 1 year of full-time employment.
Paid Vacation: 1 week; applicable after 1 year of full-time employment.
Dismantling all hardware, mirrors, doors, removal of upholstery, as needed, in preparation for striping. Label the items. Make minor repairs to joints, individual components, veneer, missing wood, etc. Prepare pieces for cosmetic restoration, whether it be restoring, reviving and reconditioning the original finish by method of cleaning, polishing, French polishing/top coating, buffing and waxing, or prepare to hand strip existing finish to raw wood and then hand sand (prep work). Machine sand only when necessary and or otherwise instructed. Prepare pieces and/or from a prepared state. Inspect the piece before staining to make sure that all necessary repairs have been completed; filler, veneer repair, etc. Make sure that all repairs have been done and done properly before proceeding with the staining/color process. Staining, Glazing, Antiquing and/or Painting: stain to match sample that has been ready made or discussed. Tie the color throughout the piece using Japan colors, oil colors, penetrating oil stains, tinting lacquer or anilines. You will assist in
implementing a custom color, color reference guide for internal use at Rosini Furniture Service.
Finish: apply the finish and take the job to be ready for rub out and/or a sheen mixed for off the gun.
Touch ups: touch up and blend colors on previously prepared colors using dry colors and/or Japan colors, often taking into consideration the sheen of the piece for final coating. On-site repair, restoration and polishing service calls throughout the tri-state area. Cane seats: stain or paint, finish to match original or as discussed. Supplies: anticipate supply needs before we run out to avoid rush order situations. Post your order on the order board. Work orders – time sheets: Time sheets are imperative to fill out and complete during full restoration process of a job. If you don’t have a job order associated to a project, request one from the office. When the project is completed along with the time sheet, drop it off at the office so a pickup or delivery can be scheduled. Pick up and deliveries.