As posted by the hiring company
Company Crestwood, Inc. is a third-generation company proud to serve our local community and
over 300 dealers in 41 states. Hometown proud to bring beautiful cabinetry to customers in
in both rural communities and the largest of cities (Philadelphia, Phoenix, Denver, Kansas City,
Dallas/Ft. Worth, Chicago, New York City) across the US! We are known for Quality Standards
in every detail of the construction and finish of our cabinetry and related wood products. The
end result is beautiful cabinetry for our customers!
Positions Various Small & Large Machine Operators
All Shifts Available! Full-Time & Part-Time (16 - 25 Hours)
Wage $17.00 / Hour Start ($16.00 / Hour + $1 / Regular Hour Attendance Incentive)
After 60-Day Training Period: Add 1) Certification Pay + 2) Production Incentive Pay.
The more you learn, the more you earn! Employees add "Certification Pay" as new
skills are learned. In addition, employees may add "Technical Pay" with skilled positions.
Production Incentive Pay is based on specific numbers being achieved in production.
Production Incentive Pay ranges from an additional $0.75 / regular hour to $4.50 / regular hour!
Production Incentive paid on overtime hours, also!
Base Wages: 1st Shift $16.00 + $1.00 Attendance Incentive
2nd Shift $17.00 + $1.00 Attendance Incentive
Modified $17.50 + $1.00 Attendance Incentive
Schedules 1st Shift Monday - Friday, 7:30am - 4:00pm, Extended hours/Saturdays production needs.
2nd Shift Monday - Thursday, 1:30PM - 12:00AM (Midnight), Extended hours/Fridays, production needs.
Modified Wednesday - Saturday, 8:00AM - 6:30PM
Priority Crestwood is known for beautiful custom cabinetry. How does that happen? It all
starts with the “right cut”! The quality of the wood begins the process. Be part
of the Pride as a Machine Operator!
Core Values Machine Operators pull, sort, rip, and cut lumber/plywood to various
measurements. They learn how to be efficient, choose lumber to set standards
and ready the lumber for the next process: finish, building, shipping. Helpful
Background: Experience with saws, machinery operation, knowledge of U.S.
linear and metric measurements, some calipers. We are looking for people with
proven manufacturing process experience and are: 1) Willing to learn wood
species, different cabinet parts, finish processes; 2) Work with others in positive
communication; and, 3) Be On Time & Reliable!
Overall Focus Machine Operators encompass three areas of focus: 1) Molding (decorative
pieces); 2) Raw Cut (Doors, Drawer Fronts, Inserts, Face Frames); and, 3) Panel
sides of the cabinet). These three areas all fit together to prepare cabinetry,
wood hoods, islands, all parts of the final assembly.
Details Physical Demands - On a regular basis, the lifting is up to 50 pounds; some
areas may be up to 20 pounds. If material is large in size/heavy - do a 2-person
lift! You pull material from bunks/forklifts and carts (above and below your
shoulders), place on saw, table, cut, move to next area.
Safety/Personal Protective Equipment - Work Safe For You & Others! Lift
properly, use tools in safe manner, wear eye and hearing protection.
Benefits Health/Vision/Dental Insurance (Blue Cross & Blue Shield)
Health Savings Account (Further)
Paid Life Insurance & Additional Voluntary Options (Lincoln Financial Group)
Cancer Insurance (BC/BS)
Hospital Indemnity Plan (BC/BS)
Short-Term Disability Insurance (Lincoln Financial Group)
Paid Vacation: 2 Weeks 0-9 Years / 3 Weeks 10-19 Years / 4 Weeks 20+ Years
Paid Holidays: New Year’s Day/Memorial Day/4th of July/Labor Day/Thanksgiving/Christmas
401(k) Plan with Employer Match (also Roth option)
Employee Assistance Program
Alcohol & Drug-Free Environment
Equal Opportunity Employment
In-house Job Opportunities for Continued Career Growth!