Internship Details

Bright Wood Corporation - Redmond
Website:
http://www.brightwood.com

Internship Title
Entry Level & Experienced Mill Worker
Area Industry Minimum Age* Hourly Rate Interns Needed
Redmond Manufacturing 18 + $15.00 - $19.00 2
Resume Required Requires Cover Letter Interview Required Hours Per Week Days Per Week
Yes No Yes up to 60 10-12 hour shifts, M-F with possible Saturday shifts
Application Deadline Start Date End Date Computer Knowledge Drug Screening
Open Until Filled 02-21-22 TBD Yes Yes
Background Check
No

Description
Bright Wood Corporation:  Family-owned & operating in Central Oregon as a Wood Manufacturer since 1957, we have three locations headquartered in Madras, Oregon, and secondary operations in Redmond, and most recently Prineville, Oregon (the Old Pioneer Mill). 
 
We need all types of entry-level and experienced mill workers in our Cutting, Finger joint, Molding, and Lamination departments.  These mill work positions start out learning the methods of grading and stacking quality products. 
 
Bright Wood is a performance-based, versus seniority-based, employer and as a result, your advancement opportunities are all up to you and your self-drive.  Working safely, producing a quality product, being here on time and ready to go every day, and learning all aspects of machinery and equipment that you work with, are all vital to your advancement.
 
We have full-time positions for grading, forklifts, operators, and leaders.  Wages are determined by your skillset and experience. 
 
Bright Wood offers a full range of benefits including medical, dental, vision, AFLAC, life insurance, long-term disability, and as well as a 401K for retirement.  Other benefits include college reimbursement for your children, sick leave after 90 days, vacation time after 6 months, and paid holidays after 30 days. 
 
COVID considerations:  We follow COVID-19 guidelines.    
 
Educational Aspect

These mill work positions start out learning the methods of grading and stacking quality products that customers order.  You will learn and follow all the safety standards, learn about manufacturing, TQM (Total Quality Management-you manage the process of your workstation), and communication which is key with coworkers and supervisors. 

Further Requirements
- Knowing how to read a tape measure down to the 16th. 
- Attend a New Employee Orientation in the first two weeks of starting the position.
- Computer knowledge and experience are a plus.
 
Lift Requirements

Lift up to 35 lbs., larger lumber will be lifted with an additional person.


Bright Wood Corporation - Redmond
Website:
http://www.brightwood.com
Internship Title
Entry Level & Experienced Mill Worker
AreaIndustry
RedmondManufacturing
Minimum AgeHourly Rate
18$15.00 - $19.00
Interns NeededRequires Cover Letter
2No
Interview RequiredApplication Deadline
YesOpen Until Filled
Start DateEnd Date
2022-02-21TBD
Hours/WeekGeneral Computer Knowledge
up to 60Yes
Drug ScreeningBackground Check
YesNo

Description
Bright Wood Corporation:  Family-owned & operating in Central Oregon as a Wood Manufacturer since 1957, we have three locations headquartered in Madras, Oregon, and secondary operations in Redmond, and most recently Prineville, Oregon (the Old Pioneer Mill). 
 
We need all types of entry-level and experienced mill workers in our Cutting, Finger joint, Molding, and Lamination departments.  These mill work positions start out learning the methods of grading and stacking quality products. 
 
Bright Wood is a performance-based, versus seniority-based, employer and as a result, your advancement opportunities are all up to you and your self-drive.  Working safely, producing a quality product, being here on time and ready to go every day, and learning all aspects of machinery and equipment that you work with, are all vital to your advancement.
 
We have full-time positions for grading, forklifts, operators, and leaders.  Wages are determined by your skillset and experience. 
 
Bright Wood offers a full range of benefits including medical, dental, vision, AFLAC, life insurance, long-term disability, and as well as a 401K for retirement.  Other benefits include college reimbursement for your children, sick leave after 90 days, vacation time after 6 months, and paid holidays after 30 days. 
 
COVID considerations:  We follow COVID-19 guidelines.    
 
Educational Aspect

These mill work positions start out learning the methods of grading and stacking quality products that customers order.  You will learn and follow all the safety standards, learn about manufacturing, TQM (Total Quality Management-you manage the process of your workstation), and communication which is key with coworkers and supervisors. 

Further Requirements
- Knowing how to read a tape measure down to the 16th. 
- Attend a New Employee Orientation in the first two weeks of starting the position.
- Computer knowledge and experience are a plus.
 
Lift Requirements

Lift up to 35 lbs., larger lumber will be lifted with an additional person.


Area Coordinator

April Dunten
april@edcoinfo.com
(541) 610-2694

* Some minimum age requirements are mandated by age and work restrictions mandated by BOLI (Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries).