The fabrication team at kubik maltbie is a grass roots team that develops and fabricates various millwork components along with mechanical/electronic interactive exhibits for experiential environments. Many of these exhibits include motion, electronically activated components and various methods of operation. This position would be a key role in the construction of exhibits from initial prototypes to completed exhibits, and provides support for the installation of exhibitions in the museum environments when applicable.
Individuals should have a keen interest in woodworking and in order to develop the high-level skills in cabinet making, prototyping, model making and machining. The position requires both collaborative work within project teams as well as independent.
Key Results Areas:
- Ability to learn and develop carpentry skill.
- Ability to read and understand shop drawings.
- Ability to take design ideas and develop them from concept to reality through problem solving.
- Attention to details.
- Ability to understand and follow instruction.
- Maintain a safe and clean work environment.
- A clear commitment to quality and maintain high standard within the framework of the carpentry function.
- Attention to finish detail with a keen eye for aesthetics.
- Proven yourself to be a dynamic and action-oriented team player that is self-motivated.
Interest in finish carpentry work in construction/building/exhibit fabrication environment.
- Basic understanding of tools and equipment.
- Basis knowledge of carpentry methods and materials.
- Ability to understand visual/illustrative instructions.
- Ability to work independently and in groups.
- Basic computer skills.
- High physical activity: lifting, bending, stretching, climbing and the like.
- Good written and verbal communication skills.
- Domestic travel may be required for installation purposes (Second or third year only).
Critical Performance Skills:
- Attention to Detail