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Now Hiring: Leather Production Manager Anyone in Colorado looking for a career in one of the top leading leather holster manufacturer company in America? ...Do I have the job for you! Please see the attached posting and if interested, email Kendall Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org Leather Craftsman - Job Posting.pdf
Leather Production Manager - Hunter Company Holsters
Guest posted a topic in Help WantedJob Title: Leather Production Manager Hours: M - F 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM Location: Westminster, Colorado The Work: We are seeking a highly motivated individual who holds themselves to high standards when it comes to quality and innovation. We are in need of a creative and skilled individual to assemble custom leather holsters and to assist the warehouse with all other manufacturing needs. We are a fast growing company ensuring the opportunity to those with the motivation to take initiative and learn new skills to advance within the company. The right candidate will train with a seasoned fine-leather craftsman who will guide you to be a versatile, skilled leather craftsman. Qualifications: Cut, shape and mold top grain leather holsters Operate machinery, assembly tools, and equipment Sewing experience is a plus Meet established time guidelines for various steps and projects Perform quality control inspection of finished products Utilize provided safety equipment and adhere to best practices Communicate well with the team regarding specific holster models to fit a specific firearm Must have a reliable source of transportation Previous experience in manufacturing, warehouse management and assembly or other related fields Experience with holster making and working with leather is a plus, but willing to train the right candidate Application Process: Please submit the following items to email@example.com Resume outlining previous work history including your contact information* A short paragraph about you and what you see yourself doing in the next 5 years and why you think you would be a good fit for Hunter. Examples of previous work, projects or designs Interviews are by appointment only. We will not be accepting any walk-in interviews. If your experience and qualifications meet our needs, we will contact you. Job type: Full Time Salary: $14.50-17.50 /hour Experience: Leather experience: 1 year Firearm Knowledge: Preferred
Alberta Boot Co. Is Looking For A Boot Maker
AlbertaBoot posted a topic in Help WantedThe world famous Alberta Boot Company is looking for a full time Boot Maker to add to the Alberta Boot team. We are looking for someone with boot/shoe making expereince. You will be in charge of preparing soles, sewing soles onto boots, nailing, trimming soles, putting on heels, and finish sanding. Alberta Boot has proudly produced the worlds finest western boots since 1978. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 403-263-4605 This Job is located at the Alberta Boot Co. #50 - 50th Ave SE Calgary AB Canada www.albertaboot.com http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NDEzWDQxMQ==/z/DbYAAOSwRLZUDeLB/$_35.JPG See our Job Bank ad for more details. http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/jobposting.do?searchstring=boot+maker+calgary&action=Search&id=14777812&source=searchresults
American Manufacturing Help - Small Leather Accessories?
dfino390 posted a topic in Help WantedHello everyone, Can anyone recommend a good subcontractor for manufacturing small leather goods? I'm looking to get about 100-500 leather accessories made. I'm familiar with some web sites that link to manufacturing outfits in India and China, but I wondered if there were any analogues here in the USA? Thanks!!
So in order to create a baseball glove, the glove has to be flipped inside out to have the nice side of the leather showing. I have tried a few different methods involving a fabric steamer, wooden pole, and a customized item that goes into the oven to heat up. The problem I am having is that when I go to force pressure downwards the glove either rips where the seams are or the leather just bunches up. I know it's not the typical leather good but is there any suggestions? Alec