Join the Quality Buildings Team

At Quality Buildings, we are always looking out for talent – with or without experience in the construction industry. Expertise, innovation, and a commitment to quality are at the core of everything we do and what helps us achieve our vision of being an award-winning construction company.

Learn about our open positions below.

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Hear from Quality Buildings Owner, Elmer Zook
Learn about Quality Buildings’ Ideal Team Member

Our Values

Ownership – We own our work, we own our projects, and we own our success.

Quality – Efficiently providing products and services that meet or exceed customer expectations.

Accountability – We aspire to exceed our commitments, we strive for perfection, and we own up to mistakes. We believe our values are paramount to building and maintaining successful relationships with our customers, vendors, and team members.

We are currently accepting applications for the following positions:

Overview of Some of our Key Skilled Craftsman Roles:

Shop Carpenter

Shop carpenters will build prefabricated wall panels for buildings. This position must be able to operate a nail gun, effectively use a tape measure, manipulate large pieces of wood, and operate various saws. The shop carpenter job exists to cut and lay out plates for the wall
panels, cut and lay sheathing, cut wood for the next person in the assembly, and assemble wall panels with efficiency, safety, quality, and good pace.

Field Carpenter

Field carpenters complete the cutting, shaping, and installation of wall panels and other building materials during the construction of our buildings. Installation is done efficiently and safely as possible, meeting all the requirements of the prints. This position reports to the crew foreman.

Crew Foreman

The crew foreman is a field carpenter who is in charge of a carpenter crew. The crew foreman will complete specific tasks efficiently in order to complete a larger project and works directly with the site foreman to progress the job forward and alleviate responsibilities of the site foreman. This role is generally assumed by a senior worker.

Lead Foreman

The lead foreman will ensure the crew is completing a project with quality, safety, and on schedule. The lead foreman’s responsibilities include supervising the crew(s), planning pertaining to the project, and being the contact between workers and supervisors.