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Research & Development

Designer

Are you creative, mechanically and/or artistically minded?

Are you a hands on person?

Are you the type of person that new ideas just seem to come to mind?

Are you that out of the box thinker?

Marvin Research & Development may be interested in employing your talents.

This position is responsible for the development and implementation of design activities in support of developing new designs and/or improving upon the performance and design of existing products. This includes modeling designs, creating drawings, fabrication of assemblies, and testing. Participate in development of the design schedule and test plan. Effectively communicate and document design activities to the design team, facility, materials and project managers.

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Design Technician

This position is responsible for supporting product design activities including developing new designs and/or improving upon the performance and design of existing products. Support the R&D team by participating in design activities, building prototypes, and testing design concepts. Provide drafting/modeling and document management support. Participate in prototype builds and install windows and doors for testing.

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Production & Assembly

Production Associate

Schedule:
 
1st Shift: 6:30am-2:30pm Pay: $15.60/hr
2nd Shift: 3:30pm-11:30pm Pay: $17.10/hr [$15.60 (base) + $1.50 (shift differential)]
3rd Shift: 11:00pm-7:00am Pay: $17.60/hr [$15.60 (base) + $2 (shift differential)]
 
 
Position Summary:
 
A Production Associate is responsible for operating manufacturing equipment, using hand and power tools, finishing products and reporting any issues with equipment supervisors. All qualified, responsible applicants are encouraged to apply.
 
 
Key Responsibilities:
 
•Perform repetitive assembly tasks using hand and power tools, and automated equipment.
•Operate hand and power tools to fabricate and assemble product.
•Perform light fabrication (drill holes, measure, cut, saw) for product sub-assembly.
•Ability to communicate in oral or written English to carry out essential production functions and work with warehouse team to get parts to assembly.
•Read visual and written instructions on a computer screen to retrieve parts and deliver to the production lines.
•Ability to be cross-trained in multiple departments.
•Notify Supervisor of any mechanical or material issues.
 
Education, Training and Experiences:
 
•High school diploma or GED required
•General experience with computers is preferred
 

Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.
 
Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service. We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.
 
Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today to join our team!

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Maintenance

Maintenance - 2nd Shift

Maintenance Technician

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for assisting with troubleshooting equipment and making any necessary repairs. As a Maintenance Tech, you will work on a team to ensure machines, equipment, and the facility are in working order.

Key Responsibilities:    

  • Work efficiently with work order system (EAM) to document repairs and PM maintenance throughout the plant.
  • Perform regular inspections and assist with repairs on any equipment in the facility.
  • Assist in the set up of new equipment; troubleshoot equipment using basic tools.
  • Maintain a clean and organized work environment.

Education, Training and Experience:

  • High School diploma or GED preferred
  • Minimum of six months related experience and/or training required
  • Must be able to obtain forklift and aerial lift platform licenses
  • To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Enterprise Asset Management software and the Microsoft Software Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.)
  • Experience with automation systems and pneumatics (valves/switches).
  • Read and interpret blue prints required

Schedule:

2nd shift: 3:30pm-11:30pm, Monday-Friday

Pay: DOE

Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.

Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service. We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.

Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!

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Engineering

Engineering Intern/Co-Op – Roanoke

Engineering Intern/Co-Op
Engineering
Roanoke, VA
 
Schedule:
1st shift:  7:00am - 3:00pm  Pay: Minimum  $16.50/hr
 
Position Summary
Engineering Intern will be responsible for supporting the production department by providing process, design, quality, and layout improvement ideas.  This position is responsible for working with others to establish quality systems that will minimize costs and create future, more efficient, processes. This individual is encouraged to develop daily goals/strategies and ensure all equipment is running effectively and efficiently.
 
Key Responsibilities:

• Assist with quality assurance and improvement, employee productivity, project developments, and production forecasting.
• Assist with efficiency and cost reduction efforts and implementing process development and process improvement projects.
• Assist with new product development, process flow development, and will troubleshoot and problem solve as needed.
• Provide feedback to supervisors on process improvement statuses--and also-- track, measure, and report productivity reports.
• Other duties as assigned.
 
Education, Training and Experience:

• High School Diploma/GED required.
• Two-years, college level courses, completed in Engineering.
• Computer Skills: knowledge in MS Office, AutoCAD, and MS Project is highly desired.
• Must possess knowledge in manufacturing processes, engineering theories, and mathematical concepts.
• Must be able to work with power tools and computer equipment.
• Possess common sense to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
• Candidate must submit to and pass a drug screen and background check.

Physical Demands:
 
• The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job--reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
• Must have the ability to alternate walking, standing for extended periods of time, sitting, climbing, bending, reaching with hands and arms, talking, hearing, carrying or lifting up to 10-50 lbs. above chest level; while in the plant/warehouse.
• While performing the job, this position will have frequent clerical duties that include: walking, sitting, talking, hearing, and will have to occasionally use the hands and fingers to lift, feel, and reach.
• Specific vision abilities required—the use of close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

Marvin began as a small town, family- owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we're proud to live and work.

Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality and the highest level of customer service. We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth and development.

Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!
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Operations Leadership (Supervisors/Assistant Supervisors)

Production Supervisor

Position Summary:

This position will oversee the Evening shift Marvin and Infinity Fabrication, SDL and Recycling departments. The Supervisor serves to lead the department and advocates continuous improvement by ensuring a safe work environment, quality assurance and productivity within their department. This position is responsible for leading, hiring, developing, training, directing and motivating their department.

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Maintenance

Senior Machinist Technician (ROA)*

Senior Machinist Technician
Maintenance
Roanoke, VA
 
Schedule:
1st shift:  7:00am – 3:00pm     Pay:  Based on experience;  minimum $25.00/hr 
 
Position Summary
The Senior Machinist Technician is responsible for analyzing equipment to troubleshoot problems and making any necessary repairs. This individual is encouraged to develop daily goals/strategies and ensure all equipment is running effectively and efficiently.
 
Key Responsibilities:
 
• Operate machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, and grinders to produce ferrous and non ferrous parts.
• Review electronic or written blueprints or specifications for a job.
• Work with engineering and maintenance to spec material and tooling for jobs.
• Assist engineering and maintenance in reverse engineer OEM equipment parts for cost savings. 
• Provide tooling and jig solutions to improve production and repair work. 
• Perform light equipment repair on machining tools. 
• Rebuild production tools for stock or line use that require machining to restore functionality. 
• Other duties as assigned
 
Education, Training and Experience:
 
• High School Diploma/GED required.
• Minimum 5 years of experience in machining.
• 2D-3D modeling and print creation experience.
• Strong math skills.
• Candidates must submit to and pass a drug screen and background check.
Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry.  Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.
 
Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service.  We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.
Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!
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Logistics

Weekend Loader

Weekend Loader
 
Schedule:
6am - 6pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday
 
Pay:
$19.50/hr ($17.50 base + $2 shift differential)

 
Position Summary:
Loaders are responsible for working with a team to accurately, efficiently, and safely load trucks with product. Loaders  are also responsible for communicating effectively to ensure that trucks are loaded properly and shipped on time.
 
Key Responsibilities:
 - Loading trucks by hand and forklift in an organized and safe manner for shipping.
 - Read shipping labels and scan products to ensure correct products are loaded on the truck.
 - Safely operate forklift while performing daily tasks.
 - Properly document shipping information and complete required paperwork.
 - Maintain/repair shipping carts and racking, as needed.
 - Ensure a safe and clean work environment is maintained.
 
Education, Training and Experience:
 - Previous forklift operation experience preferred.
 - Must be able to obtain and retain a forklift/industrial vehicle license.
 - Basic computer skills are required.
 
Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.
 
Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service. We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.
 
Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today to join our team!

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Loader


Loader


Schedule:
2nd Shift: 3:00pm-11:00pm Pay: $20/hr
3rd Shift: 11:00pm-7:00am Pay: $19.50/hr
 
Position Summary:
Loaders are responsible for working with a team to accurately, efficiently, and safely load trucks with product. Loaders  are also responsible for communicating effectively to ensure that trucks are loaded properly and shipped on time.
 
Key Responsibilities:
 - Loading trucks by hand and forklift in an organized and safe manner for shipping.
 - Read shipping labels and scan products to ensure correct products are loaded on the truck.
 - Safely operate forklift while performing daily tasks.
 - Properly document shipping information and complete required paperwork.
 - Maintain/repair shipping carts and racking, as needed.
 - Ensure a safe and clean work environment is maintained.
 

Education, Training and Experience:
 - Previous forklift operation experience preferred.
 - Must be able to obtain and retain a forklift/industrial vehicle license.
 - Basic computer skills are required.
 

Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.
 
Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service. We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.
 
Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today to join our team!

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Material Handler

Material Handler -

2nd Shift: 3 pm - 11 pm (Pay: $17.00 + $1.50 differential)

3rd shift: 11pm - 7am (Pay: $17.00 + $2.00 differential)
 

A Material Handler is responsible for supporting production by maintaining warehouse accuracy and being prompt with parts requests.  As a Material Handler, it’s vital to be focused on safety while prioritizing a high volume of parts requests.  It is essential that a Forklift Operator can work successfully, both independently and as part of a team.
 
Key Responsibilities:

•Operate a forklift to move/deliver parts to the production line.
•Read instructions on a computer screen to pick, sort, and process complete orders.
•Maintain clean docks and warehouse aisles by stacking material neatly and safely.
•Loading and unloading trucks by hand and using a forklift.
•Maintain a safe work environment by following safety rules and reporting unsafe conditions or instances.
•Notify the Supervisor of any mechanical or defective material issues.

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Production & Assembly

Paint Associate

Paint Associate

Schedule:
1st Shift: 7:00am-3:00pm Pay: $15.60/hr
2nd Shift: 3:00pm-11:00pm Pay: $17.10/hr [$15.60 (base) + $1.50 (shift differential)]
3rd Shift: 11:00pm-7:00am Pay: $17.60/hr [$15.60 (base) + $2 (shift differential)]

Position Summary:
Paint Associate is responsible for operating paint equipment, using hand and power tools, finishing products and reporting any issues with equipment to supervisors. All qualified, responsible applicants are encouraged to apply.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Patch, sand, plug and cut wood for production
  • Inspect wood materials for defects
  • Transport materials throughout the manufacturing facility
  • Operate power hand tools, scanners, computers (to create and maintain reports), and work with various other equipment
  • Attach appropriate labels and tags to products and package
  • Assist the manufacturing line with assembly and production.

Education, Training and Experiences:

  • High school diploma or GED preferred
  • General user experience with computers is preferred Benefits

Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.

Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service. We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.

Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!

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Engineering/R&D

Controls Engineer

Controls Engineer
Department: Engineering
Location: Roanoke, VA
 
Schedule:
1st shift
:  8:00am - 5:00pm     Pay: Based on experience
Position Summary
The Controls Engineer works on the CEPG Controls Team to program, research, upgrade, purchase, install and maintain all controls for the manufacturing and facility equipment throughout Marvin. Will work closely with manufacturing, maintenance, engineering, systems and facility personnel to design, implement and support the needs related to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and controls throughout the organization. Position is responsible for researching, analyzing and testing existing and new control systems and technologies. Responsibilities also include working closely with vendors, suppliers, engineers and project teams to facilitate the transfer of new equipment, technologies and products to the production floor; as well as, improving machine efficiency and striving to enhance current systems to meet the needs of the future. Individual must have a thorough understanding of the organizations control systems, equipment schematics, electrical standards and safety programs to provide technical support and training to maintenance and operators.
Requirements:
  • RESEARCH/FORWARD THINKING - Assist in the research, analysis, installation and testing of automation control systems to improve machine efficiency and advance current systems to meet project and future production demands while maintaining feedback loops and end user training. Provide input to controls components/devices, software, database, graphic display and external system interface requirements while adhering to company standards and alignment with IS strategies.
  • TROUBLESHOOTING/RESOLUTION/PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE - Ability and skill set to diagnose electrical, mechanical, pneumatic and programmatic problems of equipment and facilities in order to provide solutions to ensure equipment and processes are continually operational. Provide input for preventative maintenance rule sets for common recurring issues to enhance equipment and facility effectiveness. Support the Marvin companies, as applicable, to analyze current operational procedures. Identify user problems and systems needs to make improvements or resolve issues with our internal customers.
  • RELATIONSHIPS - Liaison and critical resource between our vendors and new or modified equipment to ensure control panels, wiring schematics, components and general controls/electrical practices align with our General Specification and procedures. Build and maintain internal relationships across all functional departments.
  • COMMUNICATION - Strong, proactive communication skills are an expectation along with the responsibility for creating a team environment while training and mentoring others to ensure we win as a team.
  • SAFETY - Practice safe work procedures and comply with the provisions of the Integrity Windows and Doors Electrical and Safety Policies.

Education, Training and Experience:
  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent 4-year degree in a related field required
  • Three to five years related experience/training in a manufacturing facility where the candidate has led deployment and improvement of automated and semi-automated processes
  • Programming experience with Allen Bradley controls. Consideration given to candidates with similar experience with Siemens, GE or other industrial PLC languages.
  • HMI interface and design.
  • Ability to read, understand, apply & revise electrical & electronic schematics.
  • Specification and qualification of new process equipment.
  • Ability to use electrical test equipment and hand tools
  • Proficient ability to read and understand prints and schematics
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD Electrical and Microsoft Office Suite (i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook, Access)
  • Working knowledge of PLC and Operator Interface programming languages is required
  • Ability to travel to perform pre-installation verification of controlled equipment before shipment & installation.

Candidates must submit to and pass a drug screen and background check.

Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry.  Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.

Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service.  We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.

Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!
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Production & Assembly

Loader (ROA)

Loader (ROA)
Department: Shipping
Location: Roanoke, VA
 
Schedule:
1st shift:  M - F, 7:00am - 3:00pm     Pay: Based on experience;  Minimum $13.10/hr 
2nd shift:  M - F, 3:00pm – 11:00pm*     Pay: Based on experience;  Minimum $14.60/hr  [$13.10 (base) + $1.50 (shift differential)]
3rd shift:  Su – Th, 11:00pm – 7:00am*     Pay: Based on experience;  Minimum $15.10/hr  [$13.10 (base) + $2.00 (shift differential)]

*Overtime maybe required during busy season (April – November), as needed.

Position Summary
The Loader is responsible for working with co-workers to meet and exceed company goals. This position is responsible for communicating effectively to ensure that trucks are shipped complete and on time.
Key Responsibilities:
  • Successfully load trucks in an organized and safe manner.
  • Ensure all products are scanned properly to the truck.
  • Operate a forklift safely while performing daily tasks.
  • Properly document department data/complete required paperwork.
  • Ensure a safe and clean work environment is maintained.
  • Responsible for maintaining/repairing shipping carts and racking as required.
  • Attach appropriate labels and tags to products and packages.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS – Associates are required to stand or walk on a concrete floor surface for up to a ten-hour shift.  Associates must be able to perform repetitive hand, wrist and arm motions, including reaching above the shoulders. Associates must also be able to bend, stoop, and turn. Lifting requirements: 20 lbs. frequently; 40 lbs. occasionally for light production; and 40 lbs. frequently and 50 lbs. occasionally for heavy production.  Team lifts should be used for any item over 50 lbs.  

Education, Training and Experience:
  • Previous forklift/industrial vehicle operation experience preferred; must be able to obtain and retain the proper forklift/industrial vehicle licenses required for the role
  • Ability to communication successfully 
  • Ability to work successfully with a diverse workforce
  • Ability to work independently and accurately
  • Basic computer skills are required
  • Candidates must submit to and pass a drug screen and background check.

Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry.  Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.

Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service.  We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.

Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!

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Material Handler (ROA)

Material Handler (ROA)
Department: Receiving
Location: Roanoke, VA

Schedule:
1st shift:  M - F, 7:00am - 3:00pm     Pay:  based on experience;  Minimum $13.10/hr 
2nd shift:  M - F, 3:00pm – 11:00pm     Pay:  based on experience;  Minimum $14.60/hr  [$13.10 (base) + $1.50 (shift differential)]
3rd shift:  Su – Th, 11:00pm – 7:00am     Pay: based on experience;  Minimum $15.10/hr  [$13.10 (base) + $2.00 (shift differential)]
*Overtime maybe required during busy season (April – November), as needed.

Position Summary
The Material Handler position is responsible for supporting production by maintaining warehouse accuracy and being prompt with parts requests; this is vital to production success.  This position requires an individual that is highly focused on safety and can handle a high volume of parts requests, as well as, having the ability to prioritize.  It is essential that a Material Handler can work successfully both independently and as part of a diverse team.  Role is responsible for continuously striving to improve productivity, effectiveness, quality, and safety.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Read, sort and process complete orders.
  • Attach appropriate labels and tags to products and packages.
  • Ability to read and understand visual and written assembly instructions on a computer screen to retrieve parts from a pick list.
  • Issue parts to the lines as needed and operate a forklift to move/deliver parts to the line in a timely manner.
  • Operate power hand tools, scanners, computers, and work with various other equipment.
  • Assist with the upkeep of warehouse inventory and with the loading and unloading trucks.
  • Notify the Supervisor of any mechanical or defective material issues.
  • Attach appropriate labels and tags to products and packages.
  • Ability to read and understand visual and written assembly instructions on a computer screen to retrieve parts from a pick list.
  • Receive cross-training in multiple functions within and between various departments.
  • Maintain a safe work environment by following safety rules and participating in reporting of unsafe conditions or instances.
  • Maintaining housekeeping by having clean docks and warehouse aisles; stack material neatly and safely.
  • Maintain an accurate inventory.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS – Associates are required to stand or walk on a concrete floor surface for up to a ten-hour shift.  Associates must be able to perform repetitive hand, wrist and arm motions, including reaching above the shoulders. Associates must also be able to bend, stoop, and turn. Lifting requirements: 20 lbs. frequently; 40 lbs. occasionally for light production; and 40 lbs. frequently and 50 lbs. occasionally for heavy production.

Education, Training and Experience:

  • High School Diploma/GED required.
  • Computer classes or production experience helpful.
    Forklift certification required.
  • Candidates must submit to and pass a drug screen and background check.

Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry.  Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.

Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service.  We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.

Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!

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Production Associate (ROA)

Production Associate (ROA)
Department: Production
Location: Roanoke, VA
 
Schedule:
1st shift
:  M - F, 7:00am - 3:00pm     Pay: Based on experience;  Minimum $12.50/hr 
2nd shift:  M - F, 3:00pm – 11:00pm     Pay: Based on experience;  Minimum $14.00/hr  [$12.50 (base) + $1.50 (shift differential)]
3rd shift:  Su – Th, 11:00pm – 7:00am     Pay: Based on experience;  Minimum $14.50/hr  [$12.50 (base) + $2.00 (shift differential)]
*Overtime maybe required during busy season (April – November), as needed.

Position Summary
The Production Associate performs various manufacturing and assembly tasks in a safe manner while in compliance with all PPE requirements. Each task is to be completed with results that exceed customer expectations and maintain a balanced line flow that ultimately meets delivery schedules.
 
Key Responsibilities:
  • Perform repetitive assembly tasks using hand and power tools, and automated equipment to build and produce high quality window products.
  • Retrieve parts from green racks according to the pick list or motion devices and deliver to the line.  Report defective parts or questionable conditions to the Supervisor.
  • Perform light fabrication (drill holes, measure, cut, saw) to facilitate product sub-assembly.
  • Slide, lay, snap, crank or otherwise assemble materials to produce sub-assembly or finished product.
  • Notify Supervisor of any mechanical or material issues.
  • Attach appropriate labels and tags to products and packages.
  • Ability to communicate in oral or written English to carry out essential functions
  • Have the ability to read and understand visual and written assembly instructions on a computer screen to retrieve parts.
  • Have the ability to be cross-trained in multiple functions within and between multiple department lines.
  • Have the ability to operate hand and power tools to fabricate and assemble.
  • Have the ability to maintain regular and satisfactory attendance and punctuality.
  • Must be 18 years old
PHYSICAL DEMANDS – Associates are required to stand or walk on a concrete floor surface for up to a ten-hour shift.  Associates must be able to perform repetitive hand, wrist and arm motions, including reaching above the shoulders. Associates must also be able to bend, stoop, and turn. Lifting requirements: 20 lbs. frequently; 40 lbs. occasionally for light production; and 40 lbs. frequently and 50 lbs. occasionally for heavy production.
 
Education, Training and Experience:
  • High School Diploma/GED required.
  • Candidates must submit to and pass a drug screen and background check.

Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry.  Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.
 
Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service.  We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.
Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!
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Transportation

Truck Driver

Truck Driver
Location: Roanoke, VA
 
Position Summary:
TRUCK DRIVERS Guaranteed*
$60,000/year (*Some restrictions apply)
*** $2500 Sign on Bonus ***
A Driver (team or solo) will operate the tractor-trailer truck in accordance with established safety procedures to transport cargo to and from specified destinations and maintain logs and records according to Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Transport product to vendors across the United States - providing excellent customer service by providing customers with answers to product questions, location, and estimated time of arrival.
  • Verify the truck load to ensure its conformance with shipping documents.
  • Check truck's equipment and supplies to ensure road worthiness.
  • Communicate with supervisors to receive delivery/pickup instructions.
  • Provide excellent customer service by providing customers with answers to product questions and behaving in a professional manner.
  • Unload product while maintaining the trip's delivery schedule.
  • Activate delivery verification scanners at point of delivery to record product receipt and signature.
  • Maintain all DOT and Marvin documentation requirements/Marvin regulations.
 
Education, Training and Experience:
  • High School diploma or GED required
  • Valid Class A driver's license (CDL) is required; previous truck driving experience is strongly preferred
  • Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills
  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Meet all DOT requirements
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Work in a team environment
  • Candidates must submit to and pass a drug screen and background check.
Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service. Our purpose is to "Imagine and create better ways of living".  We believe strongly in living out our values each day by Doing the right thing, Being stronger together, Thinking differently, Raising the bar and Believing it's possible. If you desire to start your career with our team, here are some things we offer our drivers:
  • Guarantee $60,000 per year.
  • Sign-on bonus of $2500.
  • Paid all miles, loaded and empty.
  • Clean, well-maintained equipment.
  • Paid hotels.
  • 24/7 driver support.
    Meal allowance.
  • Company-sponsored life insurance.
  • Family-owned company.
  • Competitive pay; including stop pay and special drop pay.
  • Affordable health, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Position is eligible for 401k match and profit sharing, once individual eligibility requirements are met.
  • Our company drivers are given 2 days off a week.
 
Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry.  Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.
 
Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service.  We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.
Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!
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Maintenance

Machine Tech II (ROA)*

Machine Tech II
Maintenance
Roanoke, VA

Schedule:
2nd shift:  3:00pm – 11:00pm     Pay:  Based on experience;  minimum $21.50/hr  [$20 (base) + $1.50 (shift differential)]

Position Summary
The Machine Technician II will assume advanced tasks relating to the production machines and will troubleshoot when necessary. This position is responsible for analyzing equipment to troubleshoot problems and making any necessary repairs. This individual is encouraged to develop daily goals/strategies and ensure all equipment is running effectively and efficiently.

Key Responsibilities:

• Perform regular inspections and repairs on production equipment and assist in machine repairs as well as train others in machine repairs.
• Set up of new equipment; troubleshoot equipment—using specialty tools—and make decisions on most effective repair of equipment.
• Perform regular inspections and light repairs on production equipment, assist in machine repairs, and perform daily housekeeping in work areas.
• Provide feedback to supervisors on maintenance status--and also-- email end of shift reports daily.
• Perform basic machinist skills using a vertical mill and a lathe.
• Interpret blueprints and part drawing to perform maintenance task
• Must have basic understanding of welding and fabrication.
• Maintain a clean and organized work environment.
• Must be able to obtain forklift and aerial lift platform licenses.
• Other duties as assigned

Education, Training and Experience:

• High School Diploma/GED required.
• Recommended 2-year degree from college or technical school or 1 to 3 years related work experience and/or training.
• Candidates must submit to and pass a drug screen and background check.
Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry.  Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.

Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service.  We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.
Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work.  If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!
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Maintenance Technician

Maintenance Technician

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for assisting with troubleshooting equipment and making any necessary repairs. As a Maintenance Tech, you will work on a team to ensure machines, equipment, and the facility are in working order.

Key Responsibilities:     

  • Work efficiently with work order system (EAM) to document repairs and PM maintenance throughout the plant.
  • Perform regular inspections and assist with repairs on any equipment in the facility.
  • Assist in the set up of new equipment; troubleshoot equipment using basic tools.
  • Maintain a clean and organized work environment.

Education, Training and Experience:

  • High School diploma or GED preferred
  • Minimum of six months related experience and/or training required
  • Must be able to obtain forklift and aerial lift platform licenses
  • To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Enterprise Asset Management software and the Microsoft Software Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.) 

Schedule:

1st shift: 6:30am-2:30pm, Monday-Friday

2nd shift: 3:30pm-11:30pm, Monday-Friday

3rd shift with rotating schedule:

Rotation One: Five 8 hour days; 11PM—7AM; Monday through Friday.
Rotation Two: Four 10 hour days; 11PM – 9 AM; Monday through Thursday.
Rotation Three: Four 10 hour days; 9PM – 7AM; Tuesday through Friday.
**Every third week the individual will have a 4 day weekend.**

Pay: DOE

Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.

Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service. We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.

Marvin has always been dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. If you share these core beliefs and are interested in joining our team, apply today!

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Information Systems

Software Developer II

Summary: 
 
A Software Developer will design and develop new software applications, maintain existing software, and research and implement new technologies and applications.
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Design, code, test, analyze, and document software applications across platforms in accordance with programming standards
  • Successfully manage projects of all sizes/scopes through all stages of the software development life cycle, either independently or within a team
  • Apply proven communication skills, problem-solving skills, and knowledge of best practices to support development team
  • Provide excellent customer service to support in-house applications and assist with training
  • Design and maintain system databases
  • Mentor new developers to follow consistent application guidelines
  • Administer SQL Maintenance plans and assist with database backup and recovery

Education/ Training:
 
  • Field-related 4-year degree
  • Willingness and ability to remain current on changes in the development industry through continuing educational activities
  • 3-5 years experience developing applications using C#, VB.Net, ASP.Net and SQL Server
  • Knowledge with SharePoint development preferred

Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.
 
Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service. We offer a clean, safe, well-lit work environment, team-oriented atmosphere, employee growth, development, and competitive wages with health, dental, 401K, and tuition reimbursement.
 
At Marvin, we share profits with our employees, support our communities and treat our dealers and customer with respect. If you share an interest in quality service and inspiring contrivance, apply today to join our team!

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Engineering

Engineering Intern/Co-Op - Roanoke

Summary: The Engineering Intern will be responsible for supporting the production department by providing process, design, quality, and layout improvement ideas.  This position is responsible for working with others to establish quality systems that will minimize costs and create future, more efficient, processes. This individual is encouraged to develop daily goals/strategies and ensure all equipment is running effectively and efficiently.

 

Specific Duties (Necessary Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities) and Work Characteristics: To perform this job successfully, this individual must be able to perform each major job function and job duty satisfactorily. This individual must participate and contribute in team environment, possess self-motivating skills, and be dependable and trustworthy. This individual must possess skills to: problem solve and communicate effectively. This individual must possess proficient organizational, interpersonal, and multi-tasking abilities. This individual must possess knowledge in manufacturing processes, engineering theories, and mathematical concepts. This individual must also be able to work with power tools and computer equipment, and possess common sense to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. The Engineering Intern must possess advanced computer knowledge in MS Office, AutoCAD, and MS Project. Other duties assigned.

Major Job Functions:  --Including, but not limited to--

  • Assist with quality assurance and improvement, employee productivity, project developments, and production forecasting.
  • Assist with efficiency and cost reduction efforts and implementing process development and process improvement projects.
  • Assist with new product development, process flow development, and will troubleshoot and problem solve as needed.
  • Provide feedback to supervisors on process improvement statuses--and also-- track, measure, and report productivity reports.

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Maintenance

Machine Tech II (ROA)*

Marvin Windows and Doors (formerly Integrity Windows) began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.

The Machine Technician II will assume advanced tasks relating to the production machines and will troubleshoot when necessary. This position is responsible for analyzing equipment to troubleshoot problems and making any necessary repairs. This individual is encouraged to develop daily goals/strategies and ensure all equipment is running effectively and efficiently.

Key Responsibilities:    

  • Perform regular inspections and repairs on production equipment and assist in machine repairs as well as train others in machine repairs.
  • Set up of new equipment; troubleshoot equipment—using specialty tools—and make decisions on most effective repair of equipment.
  • Perform regular inspections and light repairs on production equipment, assist in machine repairs, and perform daily housekeeping in work areas.
  • Provide feedback to supervisors on maintenance status--and also-- email end of shift reports daily.
  • Perform basic machinist skills using a vertical mill and a lathe.
  • Interpret blueprints and part drawing to perform maintenance task
  • Must have basic understanding of welding and fabrication.
  • Maintain a clean and organized work environment.
  • Must be able to obtain forklift and aerial lift platform licenses.
  • Other duties as assigned.

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Engineering

Process Support Engineer

Summary:

Process Engineering is to improve processes, equipment, procedures and core competencies. This position will provide direct hands-on engagement with various manufacturing operations and processes

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide Production lines and other Process Support sub-groups with a mix of strategic plans and tactical short-term actions to drive and sustain continuous operational improvements. 
  • Provide immediate solutions to daily disruptions encountered by production and other departments in Roanoke. 
  • Use state of the art process engineering and lean methodologies to identify and implement short, intermediate and long-term improvements to manufacturing practices and results.  
  • Work to create operational standard work, leveraging this to improve business performance. 
  • Work with Quality, Controls, Equipment Planning and Maintenance functions to create and secure robust processes, assets and ancillary equipment.   
  • Define manufacturing practices focused on making products with improved consistency and fewer disruptions.  
  • Assist in capital and facility planning activities. Provide process vision and plans with respect to equipment requirements, use, placement and work flow. 
  • Collaborate with CI function to provide time studies, value stream mapping, current state vs. future state assessments, structured problem solving and other CI related actions.  

Compensation:  Based on experience
EOE
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Production

Production Associates (ROA)*

Marvin Windows and Doors (formerly Integrity Windows and Doors) is seeking full-time Production Associates to perform repetitive assembly tasks using power tools and automated equipment to produce high quality window products.

The Production Associate performs various manufacturing and assembly tasks in a safe manner while in compliance with all PPE requirements. Each task is to be completed with results that exceed customer expectations and maintain a balanced line flow that ultimately meets delivery schedules.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS – Associates are required to stand or walk on a concrete floor surface for up to a ten-hour shift.  Associates must be able to perform repetitive hand, wrist and arm motions, including reaching above the shoulders. Associates must also be able to bend, stoop, and turn. Lifting requirements: 20 lbs. frequently; 40 lbs. occasionally for light production; and 40 lbs. frequently and 50 lbs. occasionally for heavy production. 

Shift Hours:  1st shift M-F, 7:00am - 3:00pm;  2nd shift M-F 3:00pm - 11:00pm; 3rd shift Su-Th 11:00pm - 7:00am  Overtime maybe required during busy season, as needed.

The pay is based on experience;  Minimum wage is $12.50 per hour;  Shift Premium added to base wage;  2nd shift = $1.50 or 3rd shift = $2.00 

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Logistics

Loader (ROA)*

Marvin Windows and Doors (formerly Integrity Windows and Doors) is part of the Marvin Family of Brands. Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.

Position Summary:

This position is responsible for working with co-workers to meet and exceed company goals. This position is responsible for communicating effectively to ensure that trucks are shipped complete and on time.

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Receiving

Material Handler (ROA)*

Marvin Windows and Doors (formerly Integrity Windows and Doors) is part of the Marvin Family of Brands. Marvin began as a small-town, family-owned and operated company and has transformed into a premier company in the industry. Our employees are dedicated to quality, service, innovation and enriching the spaces and places where people live and work. Our values and work ethic are forged by the communities where we’re proud to live and work.

This position is responsible for supporting production by maintaining warehouse accuracy and being prompt with parts requests; this is vital to production success.  This position requires an individual that is highly focused on safety and can handle a high volume of parts requests, as well as, having the ability to prioritize.  It is essential that a Material Handler can work successfully both independently and as part of a diverse team.  Role is responsible for continuously striving to improve productivity, effectiveness, quality, and safety.

Shift Hours:  1st shift M-F, 7:00am - 3:00pm;  2nd shift M-F 3:00pm - 11:00pm; 3rd shift Su-Th 11:00pm - 7:00am  Overtime maybe required during busy season, as needed.

The pay is based on experience;  Minimum wage is $13.10 per hour;  Shift Premium added to base wage;  2nd shift = $1.50 or 3rd shift = $2.00 

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Transportation

Truck Driver

TRUCK DRIVERS Guaranteed* $60,000/year (*Some restrictions apply)

A Driver (team or solo) will operate the tractor-trailer truck in accordance with established safety procedures to transport cargo to and from specified destinations and maintain logs and records according to Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations.

Responsibilities include:
  • Transport product to vendors across the United States - providing excellent customer service by providing customers with answers to product questions, location, and estimated time of arrival.
  • Verify the truck load to ensure its conformance with shipping documents.
  • Check truck's equipment and supplies to ensure road worthiness.
  • Communicate with supervisors to receive delivery/pickup instructions.
  • Provide excellent customer service by providing customers with answers to product questions and behaving in a professional manner.
  • Unload product while maintaining the trip's delivery schedule.
  • Activate delivery verification scanners at point of delivery to record product receipt and signature.
  • Maintain all DOT and Marvin documentation requirements/Marvin regulations.

Requirements include:

  • High School diploma or GED required.
  • Valid Class A driver's license (CDL) is required; previous truck driving experience is strongly preferred.
  • Must be a safe and courteous driver, representing Marvin in a professional manner.
  • Physically able to load and unload trailers and pass a physical assessment.
  • Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills.
  • Must be at least 21 years old.
  • Meet all DOT requirements.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Work in a team environment.

Benefits:

Marvin is a progressive company that is recognized across the nation for innovation, product quality, and the highest level of customer service. Our purpose is to "Imagine and create better ways of living".  We believe strongly in living out our values each day by Doing the right thing, Being stronger together, Thinking differently, Raising the bar and Believing it's possible. If you desire to start your career with our team, here are some things we offer our drivers:

 

  • Guarantee $60,000 per year.
  • Sign-on bonus of $2500.
  • Paid all miles, loaded and empty.
  • Clean, well-maintained equipment.
  • Paid hotels.
  • 24/7 driver support.
  • Meal allowance.
  • Company-sponsored life insurance.
  • Family-owned company.
  • Competitive pay; including stop pay and special drop pay.
  • Affordable health, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Position is eligible for 401k match and profit sharing, once individual eligibility requirements are met.
  • Our company drivers are given 2 days off a week.

*We participate in the E-Verify Program

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Engineering

Manufacturing Engineer

The Manufacturing Engineer supports key fundamentals of manufacturing; Safety, Quality, Productivity and Cost Reduction initiatives through process development and process improvement projects. Projects are driven by process improvement, operations capital investment plan, overall ROI, product development initiatives and the operations business plan.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Identify and implement continuous improvement activities within production and business processes.
  • Develop manufacturing processes, standard work and create and maintain process documentation.
  • Actively deploy lean concepts throughout the organization.
  • Support Process Lead in PPT/IPT projects.
  • Conduct extensive data analysis for effective problem solving.
  •  Assist in analyzing, indentifying, and resolving production line problems and lead problem solving groups.
  • Develop and maintain production line layouts and jigs/fixtures.

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Operations Leadership

Assistant Supervisor (Days)

The Assistant Supervisor is responsible for assisting the Supervisor in leading and supervising the department. This person must be able to maintain the stability of the department when the Supervisor is unable to be present.

Key Responsibilities:         
• In tandem with Supervisor, provides employees with tools, information, knowledge and support to meet production goals.
• Partners with Supervisor on process changes and continuous improvement projects.
• Approachable, Listens, and Encourages to ensure a positive culture; Creating a great place to work.
• Assists with the training, performance reviews, and disciplines of team members.
• Supports daily productivity by balancing labor against goals.
• Communicates and involves appropriate support departments when needed.
• Meets and maintains quality measures.
• Meets and maintains safety measures (i.e. OSHA incident rate).
• Investigate quality concerns to determine root cause
• Prevent quality issues from leaving facility


Education, Training and Experience:
• Supervisory experience preferred
• To perform this job successfully, an individual should have ability to use Microsoft Office Suite
• Must have a strong ability to multi task and prioritize daily responsibilities

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