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CAREERS

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CRAFTSPERSON:

Lowercase is hiring an entry level craftsperson to help with production in our workshop.  We’re a very small team that handles every aspect of design, production, and delivery inside our Brooklyn Army Terminal Workshop.  We’re looking for someone with a passion for making and an eye for detail. No eyewear experience is necessary, but experience in a shop or production environment is required.  Candidates must be highly organized, detail oriented individuals, excited to work with their hands, and eager to learn a beautiful craft.


Primary Responsibilities will include:

  • Buffing and Polishing of frames
  • Material preparation 
  • Cutting lens blanks and inserting into frames
  • Maintenance of the tumbling machine
  • Fitting frames to technical drawings
  • Order fulfillment

Necessary Skills:

  • Be willing and able to work in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize responsibilities
  • Effective communicator
  • Ability to read spreadsheets and log progresses
  • Comfortable working with and around machinery 
  • Great team player

Compensation dependent upon experience; benefits available after a trial period.  All applicants must be based in the greater NYC area.

About Lowercase:


Built out of a love for eyewear and an appreciation for true craftsmanship, Lowercase was established in 2016. We founded the company with a mission: to once again localize the trade of eyewear to the US, while creating a product that is second to none in quality and design. The value in our unique approach can be seen in the designs and felt in the construction.  Every pair is made in our Brooklyn workshop from start to finish, by combining modern technology and traditional methods. Combining some of the finest materials and suppliers with the talent and know-how of New York craftspeople, Lowercase is a return to exceptional, American made eyewear. Each pair goes through a 30 step process that takes 2 weeks to complete.