An Employee Owned Company
Think that you would be an excellent addition to the Idaho Pacific Lumber Company family? IdaPac welcomes you to join the team! If you’re self-motivated, driven, and committed to superior service, fill out the form below and we will be in touch to discuss why you’d be a great fit.
Available Job Openings:
Sales Apprentice – Click For Job Description
Assistant Finance Manager – Click For Job Description
Career Opportunities With The Industry’s Most Trusted Commercial Wood Suppliers
Emphasizing the importance of the employee-owned business, Idaho Pacific Lumber Company takes pride in hiring only the most qualified and trustworthy associates to join the team.
Balancing the demands of customers and suppliers can be a high-pressure, high-stress prospect. But the opportunities for reward are also high. Through it’s ESOP, IdaPac shares financially in the growth of the company, and as employee-owners, they have the pride and privilege of seeing the company grow and prosper. Supplying clients with quality lumber and building materials in tight time frames, it takes much more than just dedication to be a part of the Idaho Pacific Lumber Company team. Offering superior service, IdaPac’s goal is customer satisfaction each and every time.
Establishing long-lasting bonds with partners across the United States, their goal is to hire employees who are committed to their mission, bringing clients the most affordable and reliable wood and commercial building supplies in the industry. Most employees work in the corporate offices near Boise, but from time to time, there are job opportunities in other regional offices.
Experienced traders can bring a book of business and hit the ground running. IdaPac offers one of the most lucrative commission splits in the industry. Commission sales take guts and talent. We believe the potential compensation should be high. A couple of times a year Idaho Pacific Lumber Company also selects from a talented pool of applicants for the opportunity to train to be a trader from the ground up.