Construction Specialties

  • Skilled Craft Worker B (1st Shift)

    Location US-PA-Muncy
    # Positions
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Fabricates, constructs, erects, installs and repairs products that are comprised primarily of wood and plastics. 


    • Reads and interprets blueprints, sketches, or door schedules for information pertaining to the type of material and dimensional requirements of the product to be supplied.
    • Inspects and selects materials for production of doors to meet established fabrication and quality standards.
    • Prepares layout sketches as required. Marks cutting and assembly lines on materials.
    • Machines and assembles doors to prescribed measurements and/or configurations, inclusive of interlocking components.
    • Operates all necessary power woodworking equipment including, but not limited to, saws, planers, routers, shapers, molders and sanding equipment as well as all associated hand tools.
    • Assembles cut and shaped materials and fastens them together with nails, screws, dowels, biscuits and/or glue as required for strength, dimensional stability and aesthetics.
    • Verifies dimensions, installations and fit checks using tapes, rules, calipers, squares, levels, calculator, etc.
    • Fabricates products in conformance with company guidelines, quality standards, and customer requirements. (ie: Field installations as required.)
    • Ensures conformance to all aspects of the ISO 14001 standard and Construction Specialties’ Environmental Management System (EMS), including its environmental policy while performing job functions that may have a significant impact on the environment.


    - High school graduate/GED required.
    - 18 months or more related experience or a combination of related experience, training, and education.
    - Ability to continuously lift 25lbs and occasionally 100 lbs.
    - Ability to operator all woodworking equipment.
    - Able/Willing to work 1st Shift (7:00am -  3:30pm M-F).


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