Estimating using Excel while drafting of cabinets and furniture using Microvellum or equivalent software wherein we will train you in Microvellum.
Experience in Cutrite and 2020 a bonus.
Project Management also a bonus.
3 years’ experience with Commercial Millwork.
|Job Category||Drafter, Engineering/Drafting, Estimating|
|Recruitment Contact||Craig Mengel (417) 214-5082|
|Salary Range||$50,000.00 to $75,000.00 annual salary commensurate|
|Benefits||Medical Insurance, Dental, 401K and paid vacations and holidays|
|Years in Business||50|
|Manufacturing Square Feet||35K|
|Area Information||Population 7,168 Median Age 43 Median Household Income $77,679 Median Home Price $346,200|
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|Annual Weather||Annual high temperature: 55.5°F Annual low temperature: 39.9°F Average temperature: 47.7°F Average annual precipitation - rainfall: 34.41 inch Days per year with precipitation - rainfall: - Annual hours of sunshine: - Av. annual snowfall: 47 inch|
|School Rating||above average (7-10)|