Sierra Pacific Industries wishes to comply fully with the requirements of all Federal and State laws relating to equal employment opportunity of applicants.
Must be able to stand for long periods of time, have experience using a chainsaw, walking long distances on uneven terrain and working around heavy equipment. Must be able to communicate sufficiently for safety purposes. Must be able to work any shift and required overtime. Verifiable work experience is required.
Applicants must have verifiable work history with employment references. Must be able to work any shift, weekends, and holidays. Drug screen will be required for all post offers.
You may apply in person at 1538 Lee Rd, Quincy, CA 95971:
Monday through Friday: 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Until the position is filled
- Requires recent, relatable work history and verifiable references
- Learn to fill in on various machine stations in a lumber manufacturing environment
- Fast paced work with repetitive lifting
- Shovel, rake, and sweep wood waste
- Stack and pile lumber
- Work may consist of graveyard, swing, and day shift work
- Some overtime and weekend work during busy production times
- Provide good references:
- Both names & phone numbers of prior employers and supervisors are required when applying
- Provide photo identification verifiable through E-Verification
- Comply with our Tobacco and Drug free policy:
- No use of any tobacco product anywhere on Company property or in Company vehicles/equipment
- Work in all weather conditions, in a noisy and dusty environment
- Available to work various shifts and required overtime
- At least 18 years old
- Pass a drug test
We encourage women, minorities, veterans, and disabled to apply in person during this time. A written Application and drug screen (for post-offers) will be required.Minimum Education and Experience
About Sierra Pacific Industries
Sierra Pacific Industries started in 1949 with one sawmill in Humboldt County, CA. Since that time, we have grown to be one of the largest lumber and millwork producers in the U.S., employing nearly 5,000 crew members. Sierra Pacific continues to be a company where its employees are proud to work at state-of-the-art facilities and others strive to become part of the team.