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CURRENT CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

AWMAC accepts career postings from members and non-members for industry-related positions across Canada.

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Archmill House Inc.

Job Title: Sales Representative – Job Type: Full Time – Location: Toronto, ON

Job Description:

Reporting to the Director of Sales and Marketing, the Atkar Sales Representative (ASR) plays an integral role responsible for growing profitable sales on the Atkar Acoustical product line in the Canadian and US Marketplace. The ASR is responsible for introducing Atkar to Architects, Designers and Drywallers. In this role the ASR will work closely with the Atkar Project Manager, targeting potential new clients and projects and develop long-term partnerships with our clients.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Obtaining new business through meetings with Architects, Designers and Drywallers
  • Create and execute sale strategies to ensure Atkar gets spec’d into Architects projects
  • Responsible for surpassing sales targets
  • Preparing sales presentations
  • Managing territory performance targets
  • Identify and prioritize potentials sales opportunities
  • Following up on Atkar quotes
  • Administration
  • Maintain all required documents using company CRM platform and expense reports
  • Organizing and plan ahead of time your daily and weekly activities
  • Maintain client/account through the Sales Pipeline stages
  • All emails must be acknowledged and acted upon within 24 hours of receipt
  • General
  • Complies with all company policies and procedures
  • Create an environment of positive attitude in all situations
  • Must be punctual and demonstrate reliability
  • Perform other such related duties as may be assigned by Archmill senior management team which are directly related to the job function

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:

3-5 years of selling experience to Architects and Designers

  • SOFT SKILLS:
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Strong communicator – easily expresses themselves
  • Willing to go the above and beyond and is persistent
  • Thrives on teamwork and collaboration
  • Takes initiative and is proactive

EDUCATION:College Diploma or University Degree

WHAT WE OFFER: We offer competitive salary and benefits. This is an exciting time for us as our team continues to grow. Working with us makes you part of a work environment committed to our clients, employees and communities – a place where you can excel.

HOW TO APPLY:

Contact Name: Gioialina Lagana

Email: gioialina.lagana@archmillhouse.com

Documents required to apply (ie: resume)


Archmill House Inc.

Job Title: Project Coordinator (Mat Leave Contract) – Job Type: Full Time – Location: Hamilton, ON

Job Description:

The Project Coordinator will work closely with the Program and Project Management teams which lead multiple projects and play a critical role in delivering superior products and customer service/delivery to our clients. This role is critical to our success, and therefore highly valued within our organization. The right candidate will be comfortable working collaboratively within a team, ensuring the overall scope of work is performed within prescribed timelines.

This is a 12-month contract to cover a maternity leave. This temporary position may be extended or become permanent in order to meet business needs.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Populate financial reports for the project management team
  • Administer various steps in our Project Management Methodology to ensure compliance (ex: customer documentation packages completed in order to finalize projects)
  • Coordinate Project Manager tasks with internal requirements to ensure compliance; ensure reporting tools updated
  • Coordinate special initiative projects
  • Follow-up with various internal stakeholders to ensure compliance with various requirements, such as budget tracking and adherence, schedule, progression/scope, etc.
  • Work closely with management to ensure department’s process efficiency programs are effective
  • Oversee various LEED documents to ensure compliance
  • Assist in developing and implementing strategies to meet project budgets
  • Assist in project auditing and reconciliation, ensuring tasks such as invoicing, project progress tracking and overall status is completed on time, and reported internally in order to ensure full project methodology execution
  • Assist the PMO review and approval of all project drawings, materials & hardware
    Manage obtaining sample materials, coordinating internal authorization, and client approval process
  • Coordinate the review and approval of all project Change Order Requests to ensure internal visibility, tracking, and timely execution
  • Work closely with Project Managers to ensure timely and accurate KPI reporting
    Contribute to supplier qualification and relationship management to optimize performance

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:

  • University degree in Civil Engineering, Business, Project Management or a related field (preferred)
  • 3-5 years experience in a Project Coordinator or related role
  • 3-5 years experience working within the construction or design architectural industry (preferred)
  • Familiarity with AutoCAD and/or commercial design principles
  • Ability to review Architectural drawings, contract documents & specifications
  • Knowledge of AWMAC Standard is considered as an asset
  • LEED certification or knowledge is preferable but not mandatory
  • Highly effective negotiation, diplomatic, and conflict resolutions skills
  • Able to effectively communicate with all types of staff, including technical, professional, and upper management, both verbally and in writing
  • Strong knowledge of financial management, technology management and internal controls
  • Extensive technical and problem-solving skills
  • Intuitive grasp of organizational structure in order to manage cross-departmental and cross-disciplinary resource allocation

EDUCATION: University degree in Business, Project Management or a related field (preferred)

WHAT WE OFFER: We offer competitive salary and benefits. This is an exciting time for us as our team continues to grow. Working with us makes you part of a work environment committed to our clients, employees and communities – a place where you can excel.

We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage minorities, women, protected veterans and disabled individuals to apply.

HOW TO APPLY:

Contact Name: Gioialina Lagana

Email: gioialina.lagana@archmillhouse.com

Documents required to apply (ie: resume)


Archmill House Inc.

Job Title: Millwork Designer – Job Type: Full Time – Location: Ancaster, ON

archmillhouse.com

Job Description:

The Millwork Engineer position works closely with Project Management & Production to produce quality drawings that are engineered for Production, focusing on completeness and build ability. You will be responsible for producing complete drawings that are ready for Production, every colour, size, dimension and hardware question confirmed and ready to link direct to the “smart shop” (factory equipment and processes). You will be placed in teams on projects with a Project Manager and a Project Coordinator, to get all RFI’s and questions resolved and work with the team to create engineered drawings ready for Production from architectural drawings or concepts.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Taking ownership of projects and seeing them through to 100%: Focus on drawings and details, in addition to color and hardware specifications. Your completed drawings must tell the “full story”.
  • Clarity, Dimensioning and creating a clear easily read drawing
  • Information management: will handle a lot of information, make sure you get your answers when you need them.
  • Drawing in Top Solid: a 3D software that links to the Production Factory, what you draw is what gets built. Details must be considered and implemented into a production ready model. Use supplementary software such as AutoCAD and Excel proficiently
  • Reading and interpreting architectural drawings, renderings, site photos, hand sketches, etc.
  • Collaborate effectively to exceed expectations with various teams.
  • Deliverables: having a clear list of the items that are expected to be made from any drawing set, and ensuring they are communicated and released to production
  • Millwork Engineering: engineering for efficiency, everything needs to be drawn to be able to meet or exceed budget.
  • Giving/Receiving Feedback: it’s a must for success, it’s part of continuous improvement. Staying open and understanding the big picture
  • Material Takeoffs/Bills of materials: Ensuring Supply Chain and Production have correct material specifications to manufacture products efficiently, as well as taking material and hardware limitations into account.
  • Time and Information Management: Ensuring budgets for engineering time are met, as well as information for projects kept organized and implemented into drawings
    Use ERP and Smartsheets to track project information and timelines

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
• 3 – 5 years experience as an architectural millwork engineer is preferred
• 3+ years experience with 3D Modeling software is preferred (SolidWorks, Inventor, TopSOLID)
• Minimum 1 year of shop experience as a cabinet maker or architectural millwork installer
• Ability to review Architectural drawings, contract documents & specifications
• Knowledge of AWMAC Standard is considered as an asset
• LEED certification or knowledge is preferable but not mandatory
• Able to effectively communicate with all types of staff, including technical, professional, and upper management, • both verbally and in writing
• The ability to work independently and with teams
• Extensive technical and problem-solving experience

EDUCATION: Degree in Woodworking Technology, Drafting, or a related field is preferred

WHAT WE OFFER: We offer competitive salary and benefits. This is an exciting time for us as our team continues to grow. Archmill offers a fun and collaborative work environment with a recently designed bistro to enjoy our daily free breakfast options.

HOW TO APPLY: If you require accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us with the “Need Help” button in the application. We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.

Archmill is an equal opportunity employer and encourage minorities, women, protected veterans and disabled individuals to apply.

Contact Name: Gioialina Lagana

Email: gioialina.lagana@archmillhouse.com

Documents required to apply (ie: resume, cover letter):

Resume – we are looking for a Jr and Sr level!


Archmill House Inc.

Job Title: Estimator – Job Type: Full Time – Location: Ancaster, ON

archmillhouse.com

Job Description:

The Estimator will play an integral role responsible for supporting the Sales and Project Management Team.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Estimating Architectural projects which includes performing take offs and detailed analysis for quotations and obtaining quotations from installers and suppliers
• Review and understand all contract documents
• After understanding scope, complete accurate and detailed take offs using proprietary software system
• Use internal and external resources to obtain accurate material prices and vendor quotes
• Combine all material, production, shipping and other associated costs in order to calculate a final proposed bid price for the client
• Communicate thoroughly with clients regarding RFI’s and clarifications
• Respond accurately to client and internal questions about scope of work and takeoffs
• Upon bid acceptance, attend required internal handoff meetings to ensure efficient and complete transfer of information

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
• Minimum 3-5 years developer experience 3-5 or more years estimating custom, commercial, architectural millwork
• Thorough knowledge of millwork and cabinet related materials and hardware (wood species, veneer, core materials, laminate, solid surfacing, functional hardware, decorative hardware, countertop materials, glass, finishes, molding, etc)
• Be thoroughly knowledgeable of custom commercial architectural millwork with AWMAC standards
• Blueprint reading and understanding of all construction documents and standards related of the millwork industry
• Experience in a manufacturing environment a definite asset
• Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills
• Professionalism
• Able to effectively build and maintain strong relationships and proven communication skills – both verbal and written
• Excellent attention to detail

EDUCATION: Minimum college degree in Estimating

WHAT WE OFFER: We offer competitive salary and benefits. This is an exciting time for us as our team continues to grow. Working with us makes you part of a work environment committed to our clients, employees and communities – a place where you can excel.

HOW TO APPLY: If you require accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us with the “Need Help” button in the application. We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.

We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage minorities, women, protected veterans and disabled individuals to apply.

Contact Name: Gioialina Lagana

Email: gioialina.lagana@archmillhouse.com

Documents required to apply (ie: resume, cover letter):

Resume


Archmill House Inc

Job Title: Estimator – Job Type: Full Time – Location: – Ancaster, ON

archmillhouse.com

Job Description:

We are a leading custom manufacturer of high-end architectural millwork and premium store fixtures serving commercial, institutional and retail markets. We have worked tirelessly to build a reputation as the most respected and trusted millwork companies in Canada, possessing the experience and resources to meet any challenge. Our primary focus is on market segments where quality custom architectural millwork matters.

The Estimator will play an integral role responsible for supporting the Sales and Project Management Team.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Estimating Architectural projects which includes performing take offs and detailed analysis for quotations and obtaining quotations from installers and suppliers
• Review and understand all contract documents
• After understanding scope, complete accurate and detailed take offs using proprietary software system
• Use internal and external resources to obtain accurate material prices and vendor quotes
• Combine all material, production, shipping and other associated costs in order to calculate a final proposed bid price for the client
• Communicate thoroughly with clients regarding RFI’s and clarifications
• Respond accurately to client and internal questions about scope of work and takeoffs
• Upon bid acceptance, attend required internal handoff meetings to ensure efficient and complete transfer of information

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
• Minimum 3-5 years developer experience
• 3-5 or more years estimating custom, commercial, architectural millwork
• Thorough knowledge of millwork and cabinet related materials and hardware (wood species, veneer, core materials, laminate, solid surfacing, functional hardware, decorative hardware, countertop materials, glass, finishes, molding, etc)
• Be thoroughly knowledgeable of custom commercial architectural millwork with AWMAC standards
• Blueprint reading and understanding of all construction documents and standards related of the millwork industry
• Experience in a manufacturing environment a definite asset
• Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills
• Professionalism
• Able to effectively build and maintain strong relationships and proven communication skills – both verbal and written
• Excellent attention to detail

EDUCATION:
• Minimum college degree in Estimating

WHAT WE OFFER: We offer competitive salary and benefits. This is an exciting time for us as our team continues to grow. Working with us makes you part of a work environment committed to our clients, employees and communities – a place where you can excel.

HOW TO APPLY: If you require accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us with the “Need Help” button in the application. We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.

We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage minorities, women, protected veterans and disabled individuals to apply.

Contact Name: Carrie Price

Email: carrie.price@archmillhouse.com


Archmill House Inc

Job Title: Custom Assembler – Job Type: Full Time – Location: – Ancaster, ON

archmillhouse.com

Job Description:

ARCHMILL HOUSE is a leading custom manufacturer of high-end architectural millwork and premium store fixtures serving commercial, institutional and retail markets. Archmill has worked tirelessly to build a reputation as the most respected and trusted millwork companies in Canada, possessing the experience and resources to meet any challenge. Our primary focus is on market segments where quality custom architectural millwork matters.

This role is critical to our success, and therefore highly valued within our organization. The right candidate will be comfortable working collaboratively within a team, ensuring the overall scope of work is performed within prescribed timelines. You can effectively communicate technical information while maintaining a strong team approach, effectively working with various personality types.

YOUR CHALLENGE:
The Custom Assembler position is responsible to ensure cabinets are constructed in an efficient, systematic fashion meeting client and Archmill Standards. They will produce quality cabinets to specifications as per blueprints and replicating past designs using hand tools and woodworking machines in a manufacturing environment. The Custom Assembler will be responsible for knowing and practicing safe working methods and have a strong knowledge of shop practices, procedures, techniques, tools, equipment, quality control and safety equipment. Dedication to quality craftsmanship and the possession of mathematical and analytical skills necessary to do material estimates are essential in this role. They will also be responsible for maintaining a clean and tidy work area, conducting regular maintenance of tools and machinery and assisting other associates and cabinetmakers. Perform other duties as they may be assigned

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:
– Assemble cabinet components according to shop drawings.
– Ensure fittings and other components are of good quality.
– Attach fittings and other components to finished cabinetry.
– Ensure excellent fit, finish and operability.
– Operate and maintain tools and equipment.
– Record daily tasks on timesheet.
– Contribute and participate in the effective use of the Quality Control System.
– Construct and finish cabinetwork and assorted products from rough schematics and blueprints.
– Use of proper Personal Protective Equipment is required.
– Perform other related duties, including minor duties of other trades where certification is not required, and the work does not exceed own limitations
– Understand and comply with all Policies and Procedures
– Maintain a clean working area free from garbage and debris between tasks and at end of day.

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
– Quality Focused and * Time management focused
– Team Builder
– Problem Solver
– Creative and Innovative Thinker
– Budget Focused
– Knowledge of Workplace Safety Procedures
– Customer Focused

EDUCATION: College level certificate/diploma in a related field

WHAT WE OFFER: We offer competitive salary and benefits. This is an exciting time for us as our team continues to grow. Working with us makes you part of a work environment committed to our clients, employees and communities – a place where you can excel.

HOW TO APPLY: If you require accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us with the “Need Help” button in the application. We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.

Archmill is an equal opportunity employer and encourage minorities, women, protected veterans and disabled individuals to apply.

Contact Name: Lynette Gregory

Email: lynette.gregory@archmillhouse.com

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