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Our Story

Roll & Hill

Our approach to furniture making incorporates the traditions of the heritage craft with specialized machinery and software.  Each wood project is handled by master craftspeople and engineers with precision and care. At Roll & Hill, you will not find an assembly line. Our pieces are built by expert artisans from start to finish.

The Roll & Hill wood shop has 75 years of experience making high-quality, solid wood furniture.  Specialized production equipment allows us to make large volume orders at reasonable prices. 




Lighting Production

Made to Order, Made in the U.S.A.

Roll & Hill began with one person assembling lights in a small studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn in 2010. Today with a catalog of over 2000 different fixtures and an inventory of more than 3500 unique parts, we produce our lighting in a 63,000 sq/ft, state-of-the-art facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Still, each fixture is made to order, by hand, by one of our skilled craftspeople. 

 

Please note our new Lighting Production and
Warehouse address: 

6192 Valduga Dr. SW, Byron Center, MI 49315 




Furniture Production

Hand Crafted, Made to Last

Our approach to furniture making combines the traditions of craft with the most advanced machinery and software. Each piece is developed by our expert engineers and built with precision and care by our master craftspeople. At
Roll & Hill, you will not find an assembly line. Our pieces are built one at a time.

Contact

GENERAL INQUIRIES

87 34th Street, Unit 11
Brooklyn, NY 11232 USA
info@rollandhill.com
Tel: +1 718 387 6132

SALES INQUIRIES

3 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10013 USA
sales@rollandhill.com
Tel: +1 718 387 6132

LIGHTING PRODUCTION /
WAREHOUSE

6192 Valduga Dr SW
Byron Center, 49315 USA
Tel: +1 718 387 6132

FURNITURE PRODUCTION

5765 Clay Ave. S.W.
Grand Rapids, MI 49548 USA
Tel: +1 718 387 6132

PRESS INQUIRIES

press@rollandhill.com
Tel: +1 718 387 6132

Job Listings

Assembly

Roll & Hill is looking for detail-oriented people interested in a hands-on role helping to assemble lighting fixtures from our product line. We are looking for people who can give appropriate attention to detail, ensuring the quality and functionality of assembled lighting fixtures. We have open positions in both Brooklyn, NY and Grand Rapids, MI.

Responsibilities:
Using various hand and power tools to assemble components and fixtures; Inspecting every fixture for quality control purposes before it leaves the building; Writing detailed packing slips for every order and ensuring all information is correct; Pulling and organizing the specified type and quantity of parts indicated on picking tickets and other documents; Providing customer service to internal clients, including Purchasing, Shipping, Sales and Assembly; Data entry related work orders, sales orders, and returns; Identifying and counting high quantities of parts accurately, and inspecting raw parts for damage or irregularities; Notifying Supervisor and QC Department of discrepancies between drawings and parts, as well as identifying raw parts with material issues; Assisting in the maintenance of the department’s paperwork and filing procedures; Performing related duties as required; Ad hoc projects, as needed.

Requirements:
The ideal candidate will have a high school diploma (or equivalent) and a minimum of one year of relevant work experience. A background in studio art, fabrication, or electrical work is desirable, but not required. Other attributes for this position include: Strong verbal and written communication skills; Knowledge of quality control practices is a plus; An eye for detail; A team-oriented approach to meeting goals, including a willingness to help out at various stations within the warehouse and cleanup of communal work spaces; A proactive work ethic, a sense of urgency and ability to work autonomously; Ability to work on your feet up to 95% of the day; Must be able to lift up to 75 pounds; Must be able to move and climb a ladder safely; Specific vision abilities include color vision; Ability to handle fragile objects, including glass and marble, with care; May engage in frequent bending, stooping, squatting, pushing and pulling of parts and part containers Familiarity with material handling equipment such as pallet jacks and hand trucks, for tasks such as unloading a trailer; Willingness to develop in-depth knowledge of Roll & Hill products; Ability to both offer and accept clear feedback, to prioritize projects and task around fixed deadlines, and to execute ongoing updates to quickly and seamlessly; Demonstrated computer proficiency; NetSuite experience is a plus, but not required.

Application:
Please email resume to jobs@rollandhill.com, no phone calls or walk-ins. Roll & Hill is an Equal Opportunity Employer. International candidates must hold a valid US working permit.







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