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Bridge into the Woods

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Job Title: Truck Driver

Truck Drivers often drive long distances, either in state or across the region. Truck Drivers must possess a commercial driver’s license and are trained in safe driving best practices. Truck Drivers often assist with loading and unloading their vehicle. Truck Drivers are responsible for the security and safety of their load Truck Drivers are responsible for ensuring that their goods arrive safely and on schedule.

Our Truck Drivers transport raw materials from our clients to our production facility and finished product to our clients for sale, installation and/or distribution. A Truck Driver is a safe, courteous driver who values a predictable schedule. Our company makes safety our number one priority. We maintain our fleet with dedicated precision, and we do not employ owner-operators, so we retain control over our vehicles. We pay every other week a salary plus mileage.

Responsibilities:

  • Complete a daily truck log and submit reports of mileage covered at EOD

  • Observe and report equipment or mechanical failures immediately

  • Manage routes and routines so they proceed in the most efficient way possible

  • Find ways to conserve resources, including fuel, to benefit the business

  • Serve as a brand advocate and ambassador in every interaction with clients and the public

  • Conduct daily inspections of the vehicle at the end of the shift and report any problems or damage to management

  • Comply with all DOT and in-house regulations and rules

 

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma/GED required

  • Class A driver's license in good standing

  • No serious tickets or accidents in last 5 years

  • No DWI/DUI in last 10 years

  • 3+ years' commercial driving experience required

 

Compensation:

Compensation will be paid bi-weekly, reimbursement of authorized purchases, and auto mileage compensation logged during that pay period.

 

Time of Work:

Truck Drivers are expected to work a minimum of 40 hours each week from Monday through Friday subject to shipping schedules and demand.

Job Title: Carpenter (Shop and Field)

Carpenters work with wood or other building materials that we produce to build, assemble, and repair structures, façades, furniture, cabinets, trinkets, and other items. They calculate material needs, review and implement plans for remodeling projects. They can undertake a range of jobs including installing doors and windows, building furniture, designing and fitting kitchens and cabinetry, installing wall and ceiling treatments. Carpenters will do their own demolition prior to remodeling. Carpenters select appropriate materials, and work with other specialists on construction projects. They can work in domestic and commercial settings, on construction sites and in factories and workshops. Carpenters may assist demolition crews to ensure the most efficient reclaimed materials for company benefit.

Responsibilities:

Carpenters can work in a range of different settings, from our workshop to off-the-grid locations but most jobs will include duties such as taking measurements, cutting and fitting installation materials, sourcing materials, undertaking site visits. Carpenters do a variety of different jobs, but some of their duties might include:

  • Installing wooden structures such as roofing frames, rafters, partitions, joists and stud and finish work

  • Adjusting, fitting, and installing cabinets, shelving, fitted furniture, drywall, and insulation

  • Adjusting, fitting, and installing wall and ceiling treatments like tin, ornaments, and trinkets.

  • Adding fixtures and fittings such as door handles, locks, hinges and closures

  • Selecting lumber by size and strength to suit each job, thus, optimizing company profit and efficiency.

  • Calculating the number of fasteners, extra bracing and other materials required for each job

  • Liaising with clients, suppliers and other construction professionals

  • Reading blueprints and designs to work to specifications prepared by other construction professionals, designers, drafters, architects, engineers, and following building code recommendations.

 

Qualifications:

  • A consistent work history

  • Creativity, ingenuity, and design skills

  • Experience of using hand and power tools such as drills, chisels, sanders, saws and nail guns

  • Joinery or cabinet-making skills

  • Knowledge of building regulations and codes to be adhered to

  • Knowledge of OSHA requirements and safe working practices.

 

Compensation:

Compensation will be paid bi-weekly wage, reimbursement of authorized purchases, and per diem for each night spent away from home.

 

Time of Work:

Carpenters are expected to work a minimum of 40 hours each week from Monday through Friday subject to installation schedules, remodeling deadlines, warehouse supply and customer demand.

Job Title: Office/ Sales Floor/ Production Manager

OFP Managers oversee the day-to-day operations and employees working in offices, retail and sales floor, and in the production warehouse. They make sure that customer and client queries and complaints are addressed, that employees stay productive and motivated and their work spaces are clean, safe working environments that operate on or under their organization’s budget. Good Office Managers ensure offices operate efficiently and cost-effectively. The OFP Manager is often the first point of contact for internal and external parties to our product.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Overseeing the work of all office and warehouse employees to ensure they work productively and meet deadlines and company standards

  • Answering telephone calls and emails from customers and clients and directing them to relevant staff

  • Monitoring office supplies and ordering new stationery, furniture, appliances and electronics as required

  • Monitoring the sales floor to ensure customer demanded products are available.

  • Assisting the CEO and GM with interviewing and training new employees and organizing their employment paperwork

  • Organizing maintenance companies to keep the office clean and safe and ensure its appliances are in good working order

  • Reporting office progress to senior management and working with them to improve office operations and procedures

  • Assisting the CEO and GM in client and perspective client meetings; memorializing meeting minutes, creating and/ or maintaining CEO and GM daily agenda scheduling.

 

Qualifications:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills to produce reports, assign tasks, accept instructions and handle vendor contracts, among other tasks

  • Organization and the ability to multitask to complete a wide variety of tasks

  • Flexibility to help them adjust to new tasks should company or office needs change

  • Strong interpersonal skills to interact positively with all employees

  • Leadership ability to manage challenges and oversee employees

  • Attention to detail to ensure tasks are completed thoroughly and correctly

 

Compensation:

Compensation will be paid bi-weekly and reimbursement of authorized purchases.

 

Time of Work:

The OFP Manager is expected to work a minimum of 40 hours each week from 8:30 a. m. through 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday subject to client and/ or meeting schedules.

Job Title: Equipment Operator/ Disassembler (Barn and Silo Killer and CDL Truck Driver)

The prime function of this position is to provide raw materials to support our supply chain through the demolition of structures, collecting, loading, and shipping our raw materials. Responsible for operating heavy equipment, loading raw materials, optimizing loading for efficient logistics, delivering heavy equipment.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Operate heavy equipment like bulldozers, excavators, pay loaders, and so forth.

  • Operate light equipment like skid-steer loaders, gas powered concrete saws, chains, pulleys, and hoists.

  • Use wireless underground locating equipment to identify private utilities.

  • Load, secure, deliver equipment from site to site.

  • Inspect and perform daily maintenance of assigned equipment

  • Identify safety hazards in the workplace

  • Comply with DOT transportation rules for heavy and wide loads.

 

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma/GED required

  • 2+ years' experience operating heavy and light equipment

  • Knowledge of various material-handling equipment

  • Proficient in mathematics

  • Strong understanding of OSHA regulations

  • Possess a high regard for safety in the workplace

  • Able to lift 50 pounds unassisted

  • Class A driver's license in good standing

  • No serious tickets or accidents in last 5 years

  • No DWI/DUI in last 10 years

  • 3+ years' commercial driving experience required

 

Compensation:

Compensation will be paid bi-weekly, reimbursement of authorized purchases,per diem each night spent away from home, and mileage reimbursement logged during that pay period.

 

Time of Work:

Equipment Operators are expected to work a minimum of 40 hours each week from Monday through Friday subject to installation schedules, remodeling deadlines, warehouse supply and customer demand. Equipment Operators will not be away from home for more than (5) Five consecutive days and nights.

Job Title: Custom Carpenter (Make Tables/ Custom Pieces/ Handle Install and Remodel Punchlists)

Responsibilities:

  • Installs materials such as: wood, steel, metal, concrete, plastics, and composites of multiple materials.

  • Fits and installs window frames, doors, door frames, door hardware, interior and exterior trim using a carpenter’s level, plumb bob, and laser levels.

  • Erects scaffolding and ladders for assembling structures above ground levels.

  • Studies specifications in blueprints, sketches, or building plans to prepare project layout and determine dimensions and materials required.

  • Shapes or cuts materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws.

  • Follows established safety rules and regulations and maintaining a safe and clean environment.

  • Builds or repairs cabinets, doors, frameworks, floors, or other wooden fixtures used in buildings, using woodworking machines, hand tools, or power tools.

  • Assembles and fastens materials to make furniture, frameworks, hardware, fixtures, or props, using hand tools and wood screws, nails, dowel pins, or glue.

  • Removes damaged or defective parts or sections of finished product and repair or replace, using hand tools.

  • Inspects ceiling or floor tile, wall coverings, siding, glass, or woodwork to detect broken or damaged structures.

  • Moves necessary materials around shop or jobsite as assigned.

  • Cleans up worksite debris.

  • Operate light equipment like skid-steer loaders, gas powered concrete saws, chains, pulleys, and hoists.

  • Load and secure product and pallets on distribution trucks.

  • Inspect and perform daily maintenance of assigned equipment

  • Identify safety hazards in the workplace

  • Selecting lumber by size and strength, thus, optimizing company profit and efficiency.

  • Calculating the number of fasteners, extra bracing and materials required for each job install.

  • Liaising with field carpenters, suppliers, and other construction professionals

  • Reading blueprints and designs to work to specifications prepared by other construction professionals, designers, drafters, architects, engineers, and following building code recommendations.

 

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma is an asset

  • Experience in commercial, residential carpentry

  • Ability to comprehend schematics, diagrams, blueprints, sketches, and other specifications

  • Capable of receiving and following instructions and communicating with co-workers

  • Able to read and adhere to labels, safety warnings, and guidelines

  • Attentive to detail and always alert to ensure safety and an understanding of OSHA regulations

  • 10+ years' experience making furniture, cabinets, custom products, or similar.

  • Knowledge of various material-handling equipment

  • Proficient in mathematics

  • Possess a high regard for safety in the workplace

  • Able to lift 50 pounds unassisted

  • Valid driver’s license

  • No DWI/DUI, serious tickets, or accidents in last 5 years

 

Compensation:

Compensation will be paid bi-weekly, reimbursement of authorized purchases, per diem for each night spent away from home, and mileage reimbursement logged during that pay period.

 

Time of Work:

Equipment Operators are expected to work a minimum of 40 hours each week from Monday through Friday subject to installation schedules, remodeling deadlines, warehouse supply and customer demand.

Job Title: GM, COO, or Managing Director

  • Overseeing daily business operations.

  • Developing and implementing growth strategies.

  • Training low-level managers and staff.

  • Creating and managing budgets.

  • Improving revenue.

  • Hiring employees.

  • Evaluating performance and productivity.

  • Analyzing accounting and financial data.

  • Researching and identifying growth opportunities.

  • Generating reports and giving presentations.

 

Qualifications:

  • Degree in Business Management or Masters in Business Administration.

  • Good knowledge of different business functions.

  • Strong leadership qualities.

  • Excellent communication skills.

  • Highly organized.

  • Strong work ethic.

  • Good interpersonal skills.

  • Meticulous attention to detail.

  • Computer literate.

  • Proactive nature.