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Product Specification Specialist

We have an immediate, full-time opportunity for a Product Specification Specialist in our Marlton, NJ office. As a Product Specification Specialist, you will have an opportunity to develop and refine your technical design skills and establish a strong foundation of skills that will transfer to virtually any design-driven position.

The Product Specification Specialist is responsible for generating 2-D and 3-D drawings (potentially renderings) for various furniture projects and opportunities. Specifiers will collaborate with furniture dealers and sales representatives, helping to determine criteria required to complete the job and by providing technical support to them.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Generate 2-D and 3-D drawings for furniture projects and opportunities of various sizes (at times, renderings)
  • Provide technical information and support to our dealers and sales representatives
  • Review and determine criteria for project to create a bill of materials
  • Must acquire extensive product knowledge and stay up to date with all changes in products in order to accurately specify projects assigned

Requirements

  • Ability to coordinate multiple projects/tasks with deadlines – will be assigned numerous projects and tasks with deadlines that must be met
  • Strong attention to detail with a technical mindset – accuracy of project completion and application of product knowledge is imperative to success. The final bill of materials determines the costs of projects
  • Strong interpersonal/communication skills – will be working with various internal and external contacts that will be crucial to success and completion of projects

Education/Experience

  • Interior Design experience and/or CAD drafting degree or related experience
  • AutoCAD
  • CAP studio

Desired, but not required

  • Contract office furniture experience
  • Project Management experience
  • Revit
  • SketchUp
  • Rendering experience
  • Microsoft Word, Excel, Dynamic

WHO WE ARE

The Global Furniture Group is a leading North American Manufacturer of furniture solutions. Global offers a broad range of furniture products designed for the workplace, hospitality, education + healthcare markets, delivering exceptional value and quality to its network of dealers, designers and customers.

Operating for 50+ years and employing more than 4,000 people worldwide, Global has locations throughout Canada, the US, Mexico, China and the UK.

BENEFITS

Global offers a comprehensive employee benefit program that enables our employees to stay healthy, feel secure and maintain a work/life balance. The following are benefits we offer employees (or may be eligible for):

Paid Time Off | Holiday Pay | Medical/Prescription Insurance | Dental Insurance | Vision Insurance | Health Savings Accounts (HSA) | Company-Paid Life and AD+D Insurance | Company Sponsored Long-term Disability | Short-term Disability | Voluntary Life Insurance | Employee Assistance Program (EAP) | Critical Illness and Accidental Injury Insurance | FSA | 401(k) & Roth 401(k)

WHERE WE ARE

Global has distribution centers and showrooms located all across the USA + Canada.

Global USA Showrooms:

Atlanta | Boston | Chicago | Detroit | Ft. Lauderdale | NYC | Philadelphia | Phoenix | St. Louis | Washington DC

Global USA Showrooms + Distribution Centers:

Atlanta | Baltimore | Boston | Chicago | Cincinnati | Dallas | Denver | Houston | Kansas City | Los Angeles | Miami | Minneapolis | New Orleans | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh | San Antonio | San Francisco | Seattle | Tampa

You can visit us at www.globalfurnituregroup.com.

 Global is a drug-free workplace and equal opportunity employer.

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for this position without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

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