Mill on Wheels is currently accepting applications for two full time offloaders.
What does an offloader do?
The offloader is an essential part of our operation. An offloader is responsible for removing the milled lumber from the saw mill and stacking it correctly so that it dries properly. This helps Chris keep the mill running so that the customer receives the most lumber for their money.
How much does it pay?
Pay depends on experience. We increase pay after a 90 day trial period and do employee assessments annually, at which time you may receive another pay increase. When you come in for an interview, we will talk about your experience and what pay you can expect based on that.
What are the job requirements?
Offloading is a physically demanding job that often requires working outside in high temperatures in the summer and cold temperatures in the winter. It requires being able to consistently lift and carry heavy boards, weighing anywhere from 10-50+ pounds. We also require applicants to have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Why would you want to work for us vs someone else?
In an nutshell, we are a family-owned business, operated by a husband and wife team that understands what it takes to put food on the table and pay the bills. Finding reliable workers in today’s world is a challenge, so when we hire one, we like to keep them. You will find that we genuinely care about you and we work as hard as you do.