Below, we’ve listed the departments in which we hire on an ongoing basis. Different positions require different skill sets. For example, any previous experience with hand tools or in building or construction is beneficial for future members of our production team.
No matter the department, a great work ethic, a positive attitude, and adherence to our core values are attributes we always look for. We provide on-the-job training for a number of our positions, so don’t hesitate to apply if you are new to our industry.
Production and Shipping
- Cabinet Builders: We have a number of specialized teams who put together our cabinetry piece by piece, including Cabinet Assembly, Door and Face Frame Assembly, and Drawers and Hinges.
- Carpenters: If you enjoy working with wood, tools and machinery; if you have experience using any of the following tools: table saws, shapers, sanders, wood cutting/shaping machinery, moulders, and routers; and, if you are able to safely lift and move cabinets (up to 60 pounds), you may be a fit for our carpentry division.
- Entry Level Production Manufacturing Associates: Entry-level positions require no experience, but we do look for a stable work history for at least one year and a desire for job stability.
- Machine Operators: CNC machine operators, computerized saw operators, are an important part of our milling team that cuts raw lumber to size for cabinetry parts including door shapes and frames.
- Maintenance Techs: Our maintenance techs recommend and perform preventative maintenance and repairs on automated woodworking machinery like CNC saws and conveyors. The also assist with safety and special projects.
- Paint Sprayers: Our spraying department applies proper finishing to fully assembled cabinetry using a moving spray line. Specialized on-site job training is provided for this department, but previous experience with this type of spraying is a plus.
- Paint Techs: Paint techs mix and test solvent-based paints, stains and other coating materials to ensure color match verification and quality assurance for our cabinetry.
- Set Up: Our set up department prepares cabinetry parts for production, providing support for our assembly line.
- Shipping: Once cabinetry has been checked for quality, our shipping department boxes and packages it for delivery.
- Truck Loaders: We need both part-time and full-time truck loaders to safely lift, stack, carry and load cabinetry items from our production line into awaiting delivery trucks.
Sales and Support
- Accounting: Our accounting department oversees our transactions, payroll, and more.
- Data Entry: Our data entry team records orders and keeps production on schedule.
- Field Services: Our field services reps oversee installations and customer service in designated territories.
- IT: Our IT team takes care of our computer systems installation, maintenance, and security.
- Office Support: Our office support department handles customer service and office management for our manufacturing facilities.
- Sales: Our Builder Sales Reps execute key sales processes to acquire new customers and achieve company targets for sales, growth, profitability, and customer satisfaction.
- Safety Manager: The Safety Manager oversees health and safety compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations related to a manufacturing facility.
Benefits for full-time employees include:
- Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
- 401K after 1 year with up to 4% Match
- Employee Referral Bonus
- Employee Discount
- Paid Vacation and Holidays
Other benefits include:
- Tenure Honors for 5-, 10- and 15-Years of Service
- The 20-Year Club
- Scholarship Opportunities
- In-House Ministry
- Special Holiday Lunches
- Christmas Baskets
- Birthday Recognition
Woodmont Cabinetry operates two manufacturing facilities; one in Dallas, Texas, and the other in Cedar Hill, Texas.
Cedar Hill Plant
1001 Cedarview Drive
Cedar Hill, Texas 75104
Apply between: 10am – 2pm
3444 Morse Drive
Dallas, Texas 75236
Apply between: 10am – 2pm