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- Employee Rights and Responsibilities under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Contractor Policy on Equal Employment Opportunity
Our hiring policy is simple:
Doorways hires lawful workers only - U.S. citizens or nationals and non-citizens with valid work authorization - without discrimination.
Federal immigration law requires all employers to verify both the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.
In its efforts to meet the law's requirements, Doorways is participating in the Basic Pilot program established by the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration (SSA) to aid employers in verifying the employment eligibility of all newly-hired employees. Our participation in the pilot program does not exempt us from the obligation to complete a Form I-9 for everyone we hire.
For additional information on the verification program contact the:
Department of Homeland Security
Doorways is always looking for high-quality people to add to our team. Our employees work in a wide range of fields from sales, purchasing, and accounting to shop personnel, delivery drivers, and warehouse labor. We are always interested in hearing from qualified people for any position including:
Salesman - Contract - Broad responsibility for all aspects of bidding, scheduling, and managing against a specified sales target, primarily in the contract marketplace on large projects, and also on other types of sales prospects. Responsibility to manage members of the sales team, and to oversee cooperation and successful integration with all other company departments, to achieve the objectives of being an on-time and error-free supplier. Thorough and professional knowledge of all aspects of a door opening is required.
Salesman - End User Sales - Responsible for dealing with a variety of lower volume customers, including smaller contractors, institutional accounts, and other resellers. Thorough knowledge of door and hardware components and strong product knowledge are essential characteristics.
Project Manager - Provides management and oversight of specific projects after submittals have been approved. Tasks include review of contract documentation, coordination of all material purchasing, shop fabrication, and delivery scheduling, and extensive customer contact to answer questions and resolve issues and problems. Project management task is not completed until final payment is received.
Project Detailer - Determines specific product information based on an examination of project plans and specifications. This includes specific information related to each door opening, on the door frame, the door, and the door hardware. This information is transferred to the door and frame scheduling database. Extensive product knowledge and operating systems familiarity are required.
Finisher - Using a grinder, palm sander, and air buffer, removes all welding slag and related marks, plus all scratches and other handling marks, from the faces of the frame, and then re-primes the frame with water-based primer paint. Position requires heavy lifting of 80-100 lbs.
Door Tech - Wood Shop - Performs one or more tasks to machine wood doors as specified in a fabrication report, including sizing and beveling, undercutting, hinge and lock preparation, edge mortising, face hole prep, and glass light cutouts. Doors can also be prehung in wood jambs. Special millwork machinery is utilized for most of these operations, together with power hand tools. Position requires heavy lifting of 80-100 lbs.