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Position:
Interior Designer

Summary:
To prepare furniture designs, plans, and drawings for construction and installation, for residential, commercial, or industrial purpose. The Interior Designer may draft preliminary design which is practical, aesthetic and conducive to intended purposes, such as improving lifestyle, selling merchandise or raising productivity.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• confer with client to determine factors affecting particular projects, such as design preferences, purpose and function, harmony with the interior, and budget
• prepare lay out, develop and propose designs based on client’s requirements
• render freehand drawing and manual drafting or use CAD and other related software
• coordinate with Production Manager to create a timeline and project costs
• submit quotation and timeline for client’s approval
• conduct on-site inspections and measurements, if necessary
• conduct quality check during production
• attend to client’s post production and delivery inquiries and concerns
• assist in other functions, within capabilities, that the company may assign
• willing to work in Cainta, Rizal

Qualifications:
To qualify, one must hold a degree in Bachelor of Science in Interior Design.

Reports To:
Production Manager & Senior Interior Designer

SEND CV TO: [email protected]

Our Tagaytay Showroom & Sales Office is now OPEN!

Focolare Carpentry Showroom & Sales Office in Tagaytay – Coming from Sta. Rosa to Tagaytay approaching market site on the right along the road. Parking available at the back.

OPEN SAFELY, FOR YOUR SAFETY

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The Gospel lived during this time of the COVID 19 Pandemic

In compliance with the ECQ Order, we suspended operations on March 16. With the exception of 5 regular employees and 13 trainees who stay in our dormitory, all employees and trainees were ordered to stay home. Only a skeleton staff were allowed to come to the office at least once or twice a week to attend to essential issues.

Due to the LOCKDOWN, no new business can be initiated and no fresh cash was coming. Despite the limited financial resources at hand, we agreed to release partial weekly salaries and allowances so that our people will be able to continue to “bring food to the table”. On the second week, each one of those who stayed received Gift Certificates of P1,000.00 from Caritas Manila and food packs from the LGU – Municipality of Cainta.

After a few days, a “Good Samaritan” (client of the shop) sent 105 food packs for all our employees, the trainees who stayed, and security guards. After learning that the families of the trainees who went home received very little relief goods, the 13 trainees contributed items from what they received. They were able to put together 22 food packs and some money for the families of the trainees who live in a small barrio in a nearby province. They were encouraged to insert short notes in the food packs – to renew lost relationships because of a misunderstanding or grudge with some co-trainees.

Moved by this act of love, the “Good Samaritan” sent another 100 food packs which multiplied into 550 more from the combined initiatives of The Noche Buena Project, Youth For A United World, and Bukas Palad Foundation. A second batch of 650 food packs were eventually sent to the families of the trainees and their neighbors in the small barrio.

Meanwhile, one of our major clients advised that a partial payment is being processed and may be released in the next few days. The fresh cash could allow us to continue to release partial salaries and allowances until we resume normal operations. We are also hoping that our employees will receive the financial assistance that will be provided by the government.

In the midst of uncertainties, we are witnesses to miracles. The miracle of the multiplication of bread. The providence of a God who cannot be outdone in generosity. This is the gospel lived. We continue to pray that this COVID 19 Pandemic will go away soon. We ask the Holy Spirit to guide us as we prepare for recovery. –

Focolare Carpentry/SJTC Manufacturing, Inc., 19 April 2020

Visit - Order of Friars Minor Capuchin

A visit from Evaristo Laborte, from Batch 2007 Focolare Carpentry Training Center. He is now with the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin.

The initial design of this holding cross came from the Capuchins; it has been modified by our Interior Designer, Ms. Jovita Asutilla.

Thank you for visiting us!

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Info - Santuario Maria Theotokos

Did you know that the pews of Santuario Maria Theotokos in Loppiano, Italy were made in the Philippines?

WORLD CLASS 💯👍👌

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Ateneo De Manila University visit - Focolare Carpentry - High Quality Furniture Philippines

Visit - Ateneo De Manila University Students

The Students from Ateneo De Manila University visited Focolare Carpentry last April 10, 2019, namely:

Anne Rey
Maxi Asuncion
Julia Iona Balanag

Students of the Economy of Communion at the Economics Department of Ateneo de manila University.