As an upholsterer you are responsible for the upholstery of furniture. You will cover the bodies of the seating furniture with a leather or fabric cover. After this, the assembly department can get started to assemble everything into a seating furniture of perfect quality. You will also occasionally be deployed in the assembly department.
You will work for a Belgian creator of perfect seating comfort. Since 1963, this company has been designing contemporary sofas, lounge & relax chairs, as well as dining chairs, tables and interior accessories. Each piece of furniture is designed in close collaboration with international designers and developed with the greatest care in their own atelier. This company stands for 100% Belgian craftsmanship and both their collections and their custom work are based on a high-quality choice of materials and a sublime finish. You will receive training within the company in a dynamic and young working atmosphere.Social security:
- Holiday pay
- End-of-year bonus
- Retirement contribution
- Child benefit
- Medical insurance
- Workplace accident insurance
After finding a good job for you, we will ensure a nice stay in Belgium. Once in Belgium you can count on personal help from our coordinator and job coaches. With the 'MyAxintor app' we inform you during the cooperation about everything you need to know.
- Correct weekly payment in line with Belgian regulations
- Comfortable accommodation
- Friendly onboarding
- A job coach who speaks your language
- A coordinator for support with smooth integration
You have experience as an upholsterer and you know how to work with precision. You can work independently, but you are also communicative and a team player. You are stress-resistant and you work solution-oriented and efficient.
- Driver License: B
- Working experience: Less than 2 years
- Sector: Textile
- Job domain: Furniture and furnishings
- Function: Upholsterer
- Location: Wervik
- Regime: Day work
- Duration of employment: Full time
- Contract type : Option fixed
- Statute: Blue-collar worker
- Hours each week: 38
As a upholsterer you are responsible for attaching the covers to the wooden bed frame. You do this with the help of an automatic staple gun. If necessary, you also install electrical components on the box spring. When you are done attaching, label and package the boxsprings according to requirements.
As a stitcher you are responsible for sewing 3 to 4 parts of a garment. Depending on your own expertise, you will be placed at a workstation. The other parts are then taught. This can range from making short sleeves, collars, backs, patching up cuffs, etc.
As a line operator of the fraying machine, you are responsible for efficiently operating and controlling the production process. You will work with state-of-the-art machines that process textile material into high-quality fibres. It is your job to ensure that the machine performs optimally, production runs continuously and the quality of the output meets the set standards. If the machine jams, carry out an initial check and rectify the problem if possible. For major repairs, an external repair service is called upon.