Badcock is one of the largest privately-owned home furniture retailers in the country. We're proud to say that we've been serving the community and providing employment opportunities for more than a century. There are currently over 340 Badcock stores in eight states, and our headquarters in Mulberry, Florida, employs more than 1,300 people.
We are always looking for smart and talented people to join our team. Whether you are a seasoned professional or you're just embarking on a new career path, our job opportunities offer growth, advancement and competitive pay and benefits. If you've got the drive, we'd love for you to be part of our family.
W.S. Badcock emloyees enjoy many benefits including:
401K PLAN WITH COMPANY MATCH
COMPANY PAID LIFE INSURANCE
EMPLOYEE DISCOUNT ON FURNITURE, ELECTRONICS AND APPLIANCES
MEDICAL, DENTAL AND VISION CHOICE OF PLANS
ONSITE FITNESS CENTER
PERSONAL AND VACATION PAID TIME OFF
DAYCARE REIMBURSEMENT PLAN
This position will be responsible for, but not limited to: manually repairing all types of furniture items the corporation sells. Assist dealers and managers with furniture repair of customer’s merchandise.
- Repair damaged merchandise and repair customer's merchandise..
- Order parts and compile daily work sheets. (Technician is required to keep and submit all paperwork and records as required by departmental and corporate policy.)
- Maintenance of repair equipment & tools
- Leather/Vinyl Furniture - Technician will be required to make professional level L/V repairs including rips and tears, filling and curing, coloring, topcoat, sewing and any other repairs necessary to restore company and customer furniture to original factory condition, or to maximize value.
- Wood Repairs - Technician will be required to make professional level case good repairs including filing, coloring, gluing, veneer, case frame and any other repairs necessary to restore company and customer furniture to original factory condition, or to maximize value.
- Upholstered Furniture - Technician will be required to make professional level upholstery repairs including fabric, sewing, frame, mechanisms, electric components, springs, cushioning, and any other repairs necessary to restore company and customer furniture to original factory condition to maximize value.
- High school diploma / GED
- One to two years of upholstery and wood working repair experience.
- Ability to evaluate and assess problems and evaluate repair needs.
- Physical lifting of furniture 50-75 pounds.
- Ability to operate equipment and power tools required for the job.
- Proficient knowledge of computer systems (Windows, MS Word, Outlook, Excel, etc.)
- Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.
- Good public relations skills and ability to satisfy both dealers and customers.
- Operate hand truck and float.
- Ability to sit, stand, walk, stoop, bend, lift, and use hands and arms.
- Must be able to climb, push pull, lift carry, walk and maneuver furniture and equipment.