Timberlab - Timber Shop Technician (Forklift)

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Recruitment #11-036-07


in cooperation with

Greenville Technical College

is assisting with the recruitment and training for

Timberlab makes projects simple. We are experts in full-service mass timber project delivery stemming from our deep roots as a general contractor. With a holistic view of building construction, we understand how to integrate mass timber into a commercial building, carefully coordinating the timber structural system with the other building systems. 
As a 100% employee-owned organization and member of the Swinerton Family of Companies, we hire the best people, give them exceptional training, and provide robust opportunities for professional growth. Timberlab values and recognizes our employees as the essential ingredient to our lasting success. We strive for a positive work environment that encourages outstanding performance while making room for fun. We also believe that happy, healthy employees lead to a highly productive company, and we are proud to offer a robust benefits package to support individual and collective success.

Potential employment opportunities exist for

Timber Shop Technician (Forklift)

Job Description Summary:
Support production operations and assist in maintaining and clean, safe, and organized workspace.

Job Description:
  • Clean and organize the workspace as needed, disposing of unwanted material and debris
  • Assist fellow employees in production operations
  • Handle and transport material and equipment
  • Report issues with tool, equipment or unsafe conditions
  • Help maintain a safe, clean, and healthy work environment
  • Complete other responsibilities as assigned
                • Able to perform manual operations requiring adept dexterity
                • Familiarity with operation of power tools, forklift and overhead crane
                • Able to meet physical demands of the job: standing for extended periods, lifting loads up to 50 pounds, squat, bend or kneel while wearing a tool belt
                • Comfortable working in a variety of weather conditions
                • Adhere to all OSHA and Timberlab safety practices and procedures.
                      • Occasional exposure to weather, vibration, dust and fumes, electric shock, radiation, toxic/caustic chemicals
                      • Requires frequent stooping/bending/crouching, reaching, handling, finger dexterity, sitting, standing, walking, repeated lifting of up to 50lbs
                      • Climbing, carrying loads, proximity to moving mechanical parts
                      • Exposure to high levels of noise requiring ear protection

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                      An Equal Opportunity Employer