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Pre-Production Complexity Specialist

Pre-Production Complexity Specialist
Training provided. ? Benefits include Medical, Dental and 401K. ? Hourly wage commensurate with experience ( $13-16 per hour )
As a leader in the custom storage solutions industry, California Closets provides storage systems tailored to fit your individual needs. We pride ourselves on delivering an experience that is second to none, every time. We have an opening as a Pre-Production Complexity Specialist in our Cranbury, NJ State-of-the-art production facility. This role helps ensure that a beautiful product is installed perfectly 100% of the time.
As the gate keeper from what is designed to what is built, it is critical that the Pre-Production Complexity Specialist understands the design, engineering and installation process to ensure that any challenges that may arise are mitigated during the review process.
Responsibilities:
Processing Cad designs and submitting all new projects and service projects to manufacturing.
Communicating and coordinating with design consultants to confirm construction plans of designs, feasibility of build-out, as well as identifying any special order items (complexity reviews)
Assisting in receiving projects from manufacturing (quality control process)
Working with and enforcing engineering standards
Assisting production in resolving complications
Qualifications:
Understand and have a working knowledge of all job related quality objectives, quality system policies, procedures, and instructions
Trade experience in wood manufacturing is a plus, but will train the right candidate
Strong communication skills; both verbal and written
Able to collaborate, yet hold a point of view on appropriate design work
Extreme attention to detail
Customer service oriented personality
Ability to communicate and work with internal customers
Ability to handle physical demanding and fast paced environment
Training provided. ? Benefits include Medical, Dental and 401K. ? Hourly wage commensurate with experience ( 13-16 per hour )



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