Sewing Machinist Jobs
The Sewing Machine Industry
Household sewing machines are ideal for stitching fabric, making singular items of clothing and stitching together other materials such as card. In contrast, industrial sewing machines are larger, faster and more complex; they enable the user to perform more detailed tasks and work at a much higher output.
As an industry, the sewing sector has morphed beyond recognition in the last two centuries, with most work prior to this being undertaken by hand. The sewing machine was invented in the 19th century, and was the forbear for the mass production of sewn objects in the 20th and 21st centuries. Today’s industry requires skilled machinists who can undertake tasks in a vast range of sectors – from the upholstery market to garment manufacture.
Working in the Sewing Machine Industry
When working in the sewing machine industry, professionals will be expected to understand the difference between the four main plain stitch categories: lockstitch, chainstitch, overlock, and coverstitch.
There are a vast range of sewing machines used for industrial purposes, and you may be trained in one area but find you have skills that can be easily transferred. Depending on the industry you are working in, you may have access to machines which enable the creation of embroidery-type stitches. Some machines have a work holder frame, while other models provide a workfeeder, which moves along a curved path. The range of sewing machines available is tremendous.
Euroforce: Hiring for Sewing Machinist Jobs
At Euroforce, candidates benefit from working with a recruiter that deals with the largest and brightest companies across the country. This gives us access to a vast array of jobs suitable for employees with a range of skills and experience.
On top of that, we’re proud to operate as the sole supplier for many furniture and textile businesses, which means we offer access to exclusive jobs you won’t find elsewhere. So if you are seeking employment as a sewing machinist, make sure you register your details today.
It’s our aim, at Euroforce, to go the extra mile to ensure our candidates excel in their new positions – by helping them pass skills tests to assess their level of expertise. We can also advise on rates of pay, as well as local factors such as accommodation, bank accounts and National Insurance requirements, if you are considering relocating for work.
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