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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
2/7/2018
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Entry Level Positions
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Sierra Pacific Industries | Jamestown, CA
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Job Description

Entry Level Positions

Sierra Pacific Industries has openings for entry level positions at our Keystone division with great opportunities for advancement. Great benefit package including paid vacation, retirement contributions, company paid life insurance, and low cost health benefits.

Duties: learning to fill in on machine stations, shovel, rake, and sweep wood byproducts, and monitoring picking room. Work is fast paced and can be demanding and the work requires repetitive lifting and working in both hot and cold environments. May consist of day or swing shift work, with some overtime and weekend work during busy production times. Must be at least 18 and have 1 year recent work history and verifiable references to apply.

Qualifications:

- We look for applicants with at least 1 year of recent good work history and verifiable references.

- All applicants must be at least age 18.

Tobacco and drug-free work environment. Sierra Pacific is an (EOE) Equal Opportunity Employer, including those with a disability and veterans.

 


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About Sierra Pacific Industries

At Sierra Pacific Industries, our dedicated team members produce quality wood products using the most sophisticated equipment and machinery. This basic understanding represents Sierra Pacific's philosophy toward its valued crew members. During the course of Sierra Pacific's growth and development, efforts have been made to assure an atmosphere of fair treatment and appreciation for all employees. Some of the continuing programs include: appropriate compensation and benefit levels for crew members and their dependents; development of supervisors sensitive to the needs and concerns of today's crew members; and career advancement opportunities for all employees through a commitment to promote from within the company whenever possible. Through a full commitment to this philosophy, SPI continues to be an organization where its crew members are proud to work and others strive to become part of the team. Sierra Pacific owns and manages approximately two million acres of forestland in California and Washington. To SPI, sustainable forest management means more than planting trees. We are concerned about all aspects of forest health, including wildlife habitat, native plant species , and water quality . Harvesting trees today is much different than it was 50 or 100 years ago. Technology has dramatically improved, and with it, our ability to monitor forest conditions and lessen our overall impact on the environment. SPI employs modern forest management practices that closely mimic natural forest events. We have invested in state-of-the-art equipment to optimize every fiber of every tree, and we are a voluntary partner in the Sustainable Forestry Initiative to help ensure our forests are here for generations to come. The expertise of our registered professional foresters and natural resource specialists guarantees that wildlife habitats, water quality, and other forest values are protected.