At Masonite, we believe a door is more than just a door, and we also know that the employees that build our doors are more than just employees. Most Masonite employees work in our plants at 38+ locations across the USA/CAN and 10+ International locations, where we promote a culture of creativity, ownership, and excitement based on a strong commitment to our vision.
Why Work at Masonite Manufacturing?
Competitive Wages and Benefits: Not only does Masonite offer competitive wages, our competitive benefits package includes: 401K match, stock purchase plan, paid time off, medical, dental, vision, life & accidental insurance, disability, and more!
Operations Incentive Plans: We recognize great work and the commitment that our employees have to meet their goals. We offer monthly bonus opportunities based on operational goals.
Career Advancement: We encourage our employees to grow, therefore, opportunities are plentiful for employees who show initiative and an interest in learning. Masonite will provide you with the tools and skills necessary to perform your job to your best abilities and grow your career.
Educational Assistance: Masonite offers tuition assistance for employees to receive education and technical training.
Lean Six Sigma and Lean Management (Mvantage Operating System): Our focus on training and implementing global standards has allowed us to drive continuous improvement through an increased numbers of Kaizen events that are being led by our trained facilitators. We believe that through the Mvantage Operating System we are transforming our company one door at a time. Through Mvantage we help each other walk through walls by engaging and empowering our people to continually improve our processes on a daily basis. Through these improvements we will continue to challenge our approach to building the products our customers desire, with the ultimate goal of providing them with an Extraordinary Customer Experience.
Shifts: Most locations have several shifts to choose from.
High School diploma or GED is required.
2 years of experience in an industrial setting is preferred
Have a good work history and attendance record
Understand that working safely while producing a quality product is the #1 priority
Ability to read and interpret job orders
Ability to lift 50 pounds on a regular basis and stand on feet for 8-10 hour shifts
Possess basic math skills, including fractions and the ability to read a tape measure
Must be able to pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen
Repairing (Computer Systems)