Website South Mountain Company
The position in a nutshell:
Assist in the management of our in-house cabinet shop. Produce cabinetry, millwork, doors, stairs, furniture, etc. Engage with an extensive inventory of reclaimed lumber. Function as part of a team. For a more detailed job description, click here.
Why is this role important for SMCo’s work?
Craft is the soul of our practice. In fact, South Mountain began as a custom cabinetry shop back in 1973.
While the scope of our services has widened over the past 40 years, our commitment to fine woodworking and those who practice it has never wavered.
It is the skill of these employees that brings our designs to life, creating the right piece for every job.
What does SMCo offer?
We are a mission-driven certified B-Corp, a worker-owned cooperative and a triple bottom line company. We strive to create an exemplary workplace dedicated to helping you thrive both professionally and personally. Our governance model values individual voices and encourages participation. For those who stay here long-term, the opportunity for ownership becomes available after five years. We provide a competitive compensation package including comprehensive family-friendly benefits, and our work environment is fulfilling, flexible and fun.
Please apply by sending your resume and cover letter to . Explain why you may be a good fit for this role and how your expertise would make an impact at SMCo.
Once you submit your application, you will hear back from our Director of Production Newell Isbell Shinn. He will collect applications over several weeks and then schedule interviews.
South Mountain Company is an equal opportunity employer.
We recruit, employ, train, compensate and promote regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, and other protected status as required by applicable law.
To apply for this job please visit www.southmountain.com.