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The average employee tenure at our company is currently ten years and rising. This is unusual for any field, and especially true for the woodworking industry. We think this is because our corporate values translate not only into high quality products, but into a work environment where our people have the opportunity to truly shine.

We’re always looking for creative, motivated self-starters, who have good ideas and can work with an equally strong team to achieve our common goals. We urge you to read the stories of some of our long-term employees and see how they have benefited from their careers here.

We’ve also posted position descriptions for open jobs in our plant and office. Click the button next to the job title to be taken to a page where you can find the information you need to apply for that job. If a job in your area of expertise isn’t currently available, you can send a general résumé.

Careers at Wright Architectural Millwork lead to personal growth and freedom, to sharing the financial rewards of a successful company, and to working on some of the most interesting and high-profile architectural projects in New England.

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Our company’s business process has been built around meeting demanding schedules and executing each project with the goal of delivering total customer satisfaction through collaboration, trust and a company-wide focus on effective communication.”

– Walt Price

The majority of projects in this company are touched by everybody, so everyone and every job is indispensable. If there’s a job that has to go out in a certain time frame, we get all contributors together, say ‘here’s what has to get done,’ and we find a way. This is not just a job, and you are not just an employee. There are once-a-month meetings where we get together and discuss the company’s financial goals and how we’ll work together to achieve them. And then there are the company meetings that turn into donutfests. . .”

– Mike Buell

Walter Price, former President (left) and Michael Buell, former Executive Vice President (right) at WAM's 40th Anniversary party
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