Longview Division

Longview, WA United States

Operations

Longview, WA

Located in Longview, WA, this 28-acre site was acquired in 2015 from Simpson Lumber.

The Longview Division sawmill produces green Douglas Fir studs for the I-5 corridor.

Life in Longview

Longview is located in a small gorge not too far from its neighbor Portland. The city was once listed by Forbes as one of the prettiest cities in the United States due to serene parks and walking paths that surround Lake Sacajawea, as well as several historic buildings such as Georgian-revival style buildings, Tudor and craftsman style homes, commercial vernacular, and Art Deco.

Contact Information

Longview Division | Operations

Tel: (360) 575-3600
Fax: (360) 575-3628

540 3rd Avenue, Longview, WA 98632, USA

Available Jobs in Longview

Clean Up /Entry Lvl

May 9, 2022 | Operations

Clean Up /Entry Lvl, Longview, Washington

Interfor is seeking energetic and enthusiastic team players to join our team as a Clean Up /Entry Lvl in Longview, Washington. Starting rate for this position is $19.72 per hour with the potential to grow. Signing bonus of $3,00 paid in increments over the first year.

What You'll Do:

Millwright

May 9, 2022 | Operations

Millwright, Longview, Washington

Interfor is seeking energetic and enthusiastic team players to join our team as a Millwright in Longview, Washington. Starting rate for this position is DOE. Signing bonus of $3,000 paid out in increments over the first year.

What You’ll Do

Electrician

May 5, 2022 | Operations

Electrician, Longview, Washington

Interfor is seeking energetic and enthusiastic team players to join our team as a Electrician in Longview, Washington. Competitive wage based upon skill level and experience. Sign on bonus of $3,000 paid in increments over first year.

What You’ll Do

Production Supervisor

January 10, 2022 | Operations

We are currently recruiting for a Production Supervisor for our sawmill in Longview, WA. The Production Supervisor will be responsible for all functions related to the productive, safe flow of lumber throughout the different areas of the mill.

What You’ll Do