Raymond Building Supply is the area's Leading Building Material Supplier in Southwest Florida. We are looking for full-time Millwork Production Associates in our door shop at our North Fort Myers location.

Position Review:

A Millworker is responsible for door, specialty product and trim production. This associate pulls trim orders, mills material for stock and cuts milled material for various applications.

Essential Job Duties:

  • Pulls trim orders, consisting of the following: stools, moldings, hardware, locks, doors, exterior jambs, etc.
  • Sizes material according to specifications for making miscellaneous millwork items and doors.
  • Mills materials for stock, etc.
  • Trim, cover, and label milled components.
  • Checks the quality of material pulled from stock and manufactured material and assures correct type, amount, dimension, and length, etc
  • Assures quality of materials used to produce high quality finished products.
  • Keeps machines and work area clean.
  • Performs tasks, such as stocking material, cleaning racks, helping in other areas, etc.
  • Cross-trained in other areas of the millwork shops.
  • Retain an awareness of the work environment critical to the task at hand to produce error free and damage free results.
  • Complies with Company s attendance policy by maintaining regular and predictable attendance.
  • Other duties as assigned by Management.

  • Minimum Education-- High school education or GED.
  • Minimum Experience Preferred not Required 1 or more years experience in milling building materials components.
  • Special Skills-Operating machines and toolss, etc. Ability to read tape measure, architectural drawings and blueprints.
  • Physical demands include standing and walking for extended periods of time, bending or stooping, regularly lifting 50 pounds and frequently 100 pounds or more, and work in extreme weather conditions.
  • Company benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Life Insurance, 401k with company match, Paid holidays & vacation days

    EOE and DFWP

    We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for interview will be contacted

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