Robbins Lumber, one of the largest employers in Waldo County, has over 115 employees engaged in the manufacture of white pine lumber, power generation, mill operations, and forest management. Many employees have been with the company for decades and many are also members of the second or third generations of their families to work at the mill. These employees are integral to the success of Robbins Lumber, helping the company grow and evolve to consistently meet the changing needs of customers and keep up with technological advancements. This is why Robbins Lumber invests heavily in employee training and safety. Safety is the number one priority and no job is too important to risk being unsafe.
Robbins Lumber employs people in a wide range of occupations.
skilled machine operators
skilled manufacturing technicians
certified lumber graders
boiler plant operators and engineers
fork lift operators
log yard workers
safety and quality control positions
If you are interesting in finding a job and turning it into a career with a company in it for the long haul view the Current Openings.
No experience necessary but will pay more for prior mill production experience.
Lumber Warehouse Personnel
No experience necessary but will pay more for warehouse and/or forklift experience.
Join the maintenance department. Experience needed in general maintenance areas - millwright, welding, troubleshooting, and rebuilds of pumps, gearboxes, and industrial machinery.
Responsible for equipment and maintenance materials purchasing and parts inventory management.
Planer Mill Personnel
No experience necessary but will pay more for experience and grader certification.
Paint Plant Packaging
The paint plant is looking for a detail oriented person to pull customer orders and package them for delivery.
Licensed Boiler Operator
The boiler operator will be responsible for overseeing efficient and safe operation of the boiler.
If you don't see an opening you are interested in but have something unique to offer Robbins Lumber please submit an application. We are always interested in having qualified applicants on file.