South Shore Millwork Inc
  • Norton, MA, USA
  • Full Time

We have an incredible benefit package including Health, Dental, Vision, Life, LTD/STD, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays and More!

South Shore Millwork, Inc. is seeking a Full Time Millworker to join our team!

About us:

South Shore Millwork is New England's premier, luxury architectural millwork provider. We serve the high-end residential and commercial construction markets, and we specialize in custom millwork projects. All of our work is produced in our newly expanded woodwork shop, located in Norton, Massachusetts.

  What makes South Shore Millwork different?

  • The variety in the work that we do! Most of our projects are custom, so we can be creative, learn and increase our skills every day
  • We have amazing employees that are some of the industry's most sought-after professionals working in our shop.
  • Working in a climate-controlled woodwork shop with state of the art machines and tools!
  • We have incredible benefits! This includes Health insurance that is 90% company paid, PTO, Paid Holidays and more!


Position Summary: A Millworker creates and assembles products made of wood and/or related materials.  Performing hand or machine work needed to layout, cut, shape and assemble products (such as: doors, frames, trim, moldings, cabinets, fixtures, and equipment) from rough sketches, drawings, or as directed. Sets up, operates and tends to wood sawing machines. May operate CNC or related equipment. 

 Functions and Responsibilities:

  • Sets up and operates variety of woodworking machinery (bandsaw, joiner, mortise, tenoner, table saw, shaper, stock feeders) to cut and shape parts from stock to finish and assemble parts already prepared.
  • Trims component parts of joints with hand or other tools to make them fit together accurately and snugly.
  • Responsible for all Material Tickets for pulled/returned material used to build the product.
  • Studies blueprints or drawing of projects to be constructed
  • Glues and fits together assemblies or sub-assemblies using dowels, screws, clamps or other devices to form complete units.
  • Finishes surfaces and joints of articles with sandpaper and scrapers.
  • Installs hardware such as hinges, catches, and drawer pulls.
  • Fabricate special wooden parts and components as needed.
  • Participates and actively works with others as a team, taking and accepting direction as given.
  • Inspects equipment and tools for wear and tear and report condition found to the appropriate personnel
  • Ensures accuracy and quality of craftsmanship at all times
  • Maintains productivity, schedule, timeliness.  Is reliable and consistently demonstrates initiative.
  • Performs related duties as assigned 

Skills Required:

  • Understanding and adherence to safety requirements and standards of the millwork trade.
  • Skill in setting up and using woodworking tools and equipment.
  • Skill in performing precision work with either hand or machine tools.
  • Ability to build projects using various joinery techniques common to the trade.
  • Ability to read and interpret drawings, sketches and diagrams.
  • Ability to initiate and complete projects with limited supervision.
  • Ability to work and interact well with co-workers and other SSM staff and vendors.
  • Ability follow verbal and/or written instructions.
  • May include the ability to perform mathematical operations.
  • Ability to exercise judgment and decisiveness.

  Education and Experience Required:

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent; Vocational HS preferred
  • 2-5 Years of prior experience in equivalent field
  • Experience in a woodworking, mill or cabinet shop using hand and power woodworking machinery and tools in the layout, milling and assembly of products made from wood and related materials.

Job Type: Full-time


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