Entry Level Woodworker

Timberlane is currently hiring for entry level individuals to join our team for roles in our Rough Mill, Machining, Assembly and Finishing Departments.

 

Job Duties vary between departments in our production environment and include:

  • Operating woodworking equipment and saws to size and cut material based off cut sheet instructions
  • Using hand and power tools to assemble custom exterior shutters according to blueprints
  • Prepping and sanding product using hand tools
  • Inspecting and boxing final product
  • Making custom skids using nail guns

Qualifications:

  • Woodworking, carpentry, construction, or auto detailing experience is a plus, but we will train
  • Ability to operation hand tools
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds

If you have an interest in woodworking and are passionate about producing a flawless product, you may be the perfect fit.

See What Our Employees Are Saying

The office environment is very positive and open

I had the opportunity to intern with Timberlane Team over the Summer and I enjoyed every minute of it. Everyone in the office was very welcoming and as well as the artisans on the manufacturing floor whenever I ran into them. It is apparent that management wants its employees to succeed. For example, when goals are accomplished the team is rewarded and the office environment is very positive and open which allows for a lot of collaboration. Overall, I had a great experience working at Timberlane.

Everyone is happy and feels like they’re part of a family

Morning meetings ensure that everyone knows what the game plan is for the day. Management is great and they never make you feel like they’re above you or better than you. The after-hours activities that are set up are a very creative way to keep everyone happy and feel like they’re part of a family. Interacting with everyone is truly the best part of the job because everyone was super friendly and inviting.

I enjoy my morning commute and look forward to the week enfolding

It’s not every day you get to wake up and continue to enjoy commuting to work. I’ve had the privilege of working with a wonderful group of people who are truly masters of their craft who welcomed me to the Timberlane family with open arms.


A Day in the Life of a Timberlane Woodworker

6:30 am

Start the day in a team huddle to stay connected on important announcements, share metrics and celebrate accomplishments.

9:15 am

Assemble various sized orders that are regularly shipped all across the United States.

11:15 am

Take your regularly scheduled break and grab a bite to eat with your fellow co-workers.

3:00 pm

Conduct a final quality check before shutter orders leave your department.

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    Timberlane Inc. is an equal opportunity employer (EOE). All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, disability status, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, protected veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.