Team Member- Team Lead Maintenance

Columbia Forest Products Old Fort , NC 28762

Posted 1 week ago

Do you want to become an employee/owner of one of North Americas most highly-respected suppliers of responsibly-harvested, formaldehyde-free hardwood plywood and live in one of the finest, family-friendly parts of the country?

Then consider this opportunity with Columbia Forest Products, in their Old Fort, North Carolina facility " as a Team Lead (Department to be Determined)

Columbia Forest Products is an employee owned company that has a wide array of benefits: Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), 401K, Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance.

Our company stands out because of our commitment to our employees. In fact, we have a new CFP Foundation dedicated to helping our employees and the community. Columbia recognizes our employees thru Caught you Caring, program when employee owners give back to the community and fellow employees.

Our Core Values we take pride in: Customer Service Above all Else, We Are Family, Share the Success and Absolute Integrity. If these are core values that you stand for, please take the time to apply online for this great and rewarding career with Columbia Forest Products.


High School Diploma, Prefer some college

Plywood experience preferred

Strong Analytical and report generating skills

Excellent Oral and written presentation skills

Computer Literate

Management experience preferred

Team Building Skills

Problem Solver

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Columbia Forest Products