Do you have a passion for finish carpentry?
Do you want to be part of something bigger than yourself?
Are you willing to push the boundaries in your own skill set?
Are you willing to put others before you and empower people through servant leadership?
Our Mission Statement: We are committed to setting a standard in our craft by the projects, relationships and people we create.
Probuilt Woodworking is a Michigan based finish carpentry and custom millwork company. Throughout our company structure from the Apprentice, Support and Lead level carpenter roles, we are looking for great people to live out our Mission statement as company and want to build leaders at all levels. In order to be a good fit in our company you must posess OUR 5 CORE VALUES: Respect, Integrity, Teamwork, Dedication and Collaboration.
Paid Time Off – After 6 months of employment holiday pay is available at all levels of the company (This includes New Years Day, Memorial Day, $th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day). Additional paid time off can be accrued at the leadership levels of the company.
Overtime Pay – While it is not required, overtime is available to all team members on work weeks over 40 Hours.
Quarterly Profit Sharing – Performance bonuses are dispersed quarterly at all levels throughout the company (*eligibility and restrictions apply)
Apprenticeship Tool Budget – All apprentices will be given a yearly tool budget to invest in their standard tool kit. This budget also helps with our apprentices having the fundamental tool kit to take on carpentry tasks while giving them an opportunity to advance within the company.
Apprentice Training – This formal training will allow the apprentice level carpenter get information that otherwise would take years to learn trough experience. This formal training is paid and will take place in our Clinton Township based Shop.
Tool Program– While we expect ALL team members to be equipped with a standard tool kit. We do provide some speciality tooling as well as the maintainance of saw blades, as well as providing all consumables such as nails, glues, adhesives, screws and sandpaper.
Summer Flex Hours – While the summers are too short here in Michigan we have implemented a flex summer work week of four 10 hour work days allowing for a three-day weekend to enjoy with family. (Due to the nature of construction some exceptions apply)
Advancement – Because of the tiered structure of our company this allows our team members to advance within the company with very clear expectations and mile stones. Click the link to learn more about our Apprentice, Support and Lead Carpenter Roles.
Technical Training Program – In the pursuit of always becoming more efficient and effective as a company and always striving to deliver a better product, we offer technical training at all levels.
Company Apparel – Every employee is provided with company apperal to wear daily.
Company Outings and Events – Throughout the year we have several company sponsored events such as annual golf outings and charity events, BBQ’s, Team lunches, Summer Picnic, Fall Family get together, and our annual Christmas Party.
Apprentice Carpenters – entry Level skill set with a deep desire to learn the craft of finish carpentry. While many apprentices come in with limited carpentry or construction knowledge you must maintain these non-skilled required characteristics: Being on time, Work Ethic, Effort, Body Language, Energy, Attitude, Passion, Coachable, Do Extra, Be Prepared.
Support Carpenters – The support carpenter makes up the majority of our workforce and though skill set will range, all support level carpenters should be able to work effectively and efficiently on almost all carpentry tasks with very little to no oversight or guidance. All support level carpenters are required to have a standard power and hand tool kit.
Lead Carpenters – Should be able to effectively start any carpentry task from start to finish while managing other support and apprentice level carpenters. This position is not to be taken lightly as our lead carpenters must posses professional skills to deal with customers, builders and superintendents. Most importantly our Leads must possess leadership qualities to manage their teams while keeping projects on schedule and to a certain quality levels. All lead level carpenters are required to have a standard power and hand tool kit.
HOW TO APPLY
If you have what it takes to become a part of our team and would like an opportunity to live out your dream as a finish carpenter with Probuilt Woodworking and can answer YES to the following questions:
- Do you have experience or a desire for high-end finish carpentry?
- Can you pass a drug test?
- Have reliable transportation?
- Pass a background check?
- Have a professional attitude and appearance?
- Desire to live out OUR MISSION STATEMENT?
Please send us a one page resume and one page cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org (Please note: If you cannot execute this portion of the hiring process per the directions you will not be considered for the position.)
Your cover letter should include the following:
- Your name
- Your cell phone number
- Your email address
- Your Finish Carpentry Experience
- Describe your tool kit (Applicable to finish carpentry both hand and power tools)
- Describe your formal education
Your Resume Should include the following:
- Your employment history
- References (We will not contact references until we have your written consent to do so)