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Becoming a Hardwood Floor Craftsmen
Installing hardwood isn’t the best understood job either. People tend to think of it as manual labor but it is so much more than that. The position includes cutting, gluing, nailing, sanding, staining, and finishing hardwood floors but a Ralph’s installer is also a trained craftsmen. One day you might need to flex your creativity to develop a custom idea and the very next be highly analytical to install specialty product with specific instructions.
We also are willing to train you. If you have experience with power tools (either on projects or in a classroom) it is a plus but not necessarily required. We don't have a lot of requirements but you must be 18 or older to operate the equipment, physically fit and able to lift 75 pounds, hold a valid driver’s license, and be at least a high school graduate.
The successful candidate can expect to become part of a team which takes great pride in providing superior quality and service to our customers.
We have great benefits including:
- Health, Dental, Life, & Disability insurances
- A cafeteria plan for medical reimbursement & dependent care assistance
- Paid time off & holidays
- 401k plan
- Travel to and from job site in company vehicles
- Discounted employee pricing
- An average of 5 hours of weekly overtime
About Ralph's Hardwood Floors
Ralph’s Hardwood Floors has been around for over 50 years but that doesn’t mean we are old fashioned. Working at Ralph’s means working at an innovative, exciting company that is always pushing to ensure we deliver the very best for our customers.
Applying is Easy
- Download the application form below by clicking on the button.
- Type your information directly into the application form.
- Save the completed form to your computer.
- Attach it to an email and email to Ralph's Hardwood Floor Company.
- Or, print the completed form and drop it off at the showroom.
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