Careers at Bob’s Discount Furniture

Assembler in San Bernardino, CA at Bob's Discount Furniture

Date Posted: 7/17/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Assembler

The primary function of an Assembler is to properly assemble product stored in the Mezzanine.

Responsibilities

  •  Properly and efficiently assemble Chairs/Entertainment Centers/Desks
  •  Maintain proper appearance of work area
  •  Report any issues (manufacturing or otherwise) to the manager/supervisor

Required Qualifications

  • Good hand eye coordination
  • Exceptional hand/arm agility
  • Good verbal and listening skills
  • Strong interpersonal and human relations skills
  • High School Diploma or other equivalent

Americans Disability act (ADA) Job Description

  • Standing or walking                                    95%
  • Moving or lifting                                          75%

Preferred Qualifications

  •   Assembly experience

Reporting Relationship

  • Assembly Supervisor/Leads

The Benefits and Perks

  • Feeling under the weather, we’ve got you covered!  We offer National Health, Dental and Vision coverage
  • Life insurance – Employer paid basic Life Insurance, with the option to add Voluntary Life Insurance as well!
  • 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan – Generous company match!
  • Paid vacation, sick/personal days, holidays and your birthday! After all, your birthday should be a holiday
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Our prices are already low, but why not more! Generous Employee Discount
  • The flexibility of working a retail schedule (weekends, evenings & holidays)
  • Need a pay advance? Take advantage of Bob’s Bail Out Program
  • Have an unexpected extraordinary expense?  Take advantage of Bob’s Helping Hand Program.  Bob’s cares and is here to help
  • And much more!

Many of our benefits are paid wholly or in part by Bob’s Discount Furniture and are available to eligible employees.

Bob’s Discount Furniture is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to reasonably accommodating qualified persons with disabilities to enable them to perform the essential duties of their position.