George L. Wilson & Co, Inc. promotes from within but we are always looking to grow our staff. To see what positions we currently have open click on “Open Positions”.

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Types of Jobs at George L. Wilson & Co, Inc.

We at George L. Wilson & Co, Inc. are proud to have several different opportunities available. We have hourly employees and salaried employees at every location. In the summer we hire additional help along with interns. This not only allows our current staff to maintain a 40 hour work week but also allows them time with their friends and family.

Why Work At George L. Wilson

We offer stable employment at an ever growing company.  There is plenty of room for growth within our organization.

All of our employees are offered a full-benefit package to include:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Vacation/Sick leave
  • 9 Paid company holidays
  • Short-term and Long-term Disability
  • Life Insurance and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
  • 401K
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Employee discounts
  • Supplemental insurance can be purchased through convenient payroll deduction.

Current Employment Opportunities

 

  • Jr. Purchasing Agent

    TITLE: Jr. Purchasing – GLW

    OVERVIEW:
    Purchasing Agent is responsible for negotiations with vendors for the purchasing of all materials, supplies, equipment, and services used for the development and manufacturing of concrete and construction to help our business grow.

    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Negotiate purchase prices and delivery terms on products
    • Follow-up to ensure that purchased items are delivered as promised
    • Keep necessary inventory on hand for customers; anticipate future inventory demands without overstocking
    • Have an understanding of what product should be in stock during what season
    • Maintain positive working relationships with vendors
    • Keep meticulous records on all transactions and submit them to our accounting department monthly for auditing
    • Inform vendors of our purchasing requirements and ensure all tasks are fulfilled, from producing new keys to providing maintenance records
    • Communicate with warehouse of incoming materials
    • Directs the purchase of all product lines and on-stock inventory
    • Administer the inventory control and re-buying function
    • Negotiates prices and makes purchases of quantity items in relation to the best purchase price, discounts, terms, and delivery
    • Expedites stock orders, special orders, and direct shipments
    • Review and evaluate special/non-stock orders
    • Adjust and solve problems with suppliers, review supplier invoices
    • Manage the transfer of product from branch to branch
    • Advise Management of vendor promotions, specials, new products, policy changes, etc
    • Keep abreast of industry trends, attend trade shows and conventions, or seminars beneficial to company’s industry.
    • Maintain current price information, product catalogs, and all specification information.
    • Review all back orders and expedite appropriately

    COMPETENCIES:
    • Understanding of purchasing processes and inventory stocking models
    • Prior knowledge of construction materials
    • Working knowledge of inventory systems and willingness to learn the FACTS system
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills and negotiating skills
    • Reliable transportation required
    • Willingness to join our team and be a team player
    • Organized, professional, honest and polite are all a must
    • Self-starter who can work with minimal supervision
    • Good time management skills
    • Willingness to join appropriate job related organizations

    REPORTS TO: Purchasing Manager

    HOURS: Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

    DEGREE:
    Bachelor’s or Associates Degree in Business Administration, Supply Chain Management or comparable years of experience
    This is a 40 hour work week. It is located in our Pittsburgh office. If interested in hearing more, please contact Dayna Phillips at dphillips@georgelwilson.com 412.952.6881 to discuss position and interview process.

    EEOC

  • Purchasing Agent - Pittsburgh

    TITLE: Purchasing – GLW

    OVERVIEW:
    Purchasing Agent is responsible for negotiations with vendors for the purchasing of all materials, supplies, equipment, and services used for the development and manufacturing of concrete and construction to help our business grow.

    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Negotiate purchase prices and delivery terms on products
    • Follow-up to ensure that purchased items are delivered as promised
    • Keep necessary inventory on hand for customers; anticipate future inventory demands without overstocking
    • Have an understanding of what product should be in stock during what season
    • Maintain positive working relationships with vendors
    • Keep meticulous records on all transactions and submit them to our accounting department monthly for auditing
    • Inform vendors of our purchasing requirements and ensure all tasks are fulfilled, from producing new keys to providing maintenance records
    • Communicate with warehouse of incoming materials
    • Directs the purchase of all product lines and on-stock inventory
    • Administer the inventory control and re-buying function
    • Negotiates prices and makes purchases of quantity items in relation to the best purchase price, discounts, terms, and delivery
    • Expedites stock orders, special orders, and direct shipments
    • Review and evaluate special/non-stock orders
    • Adjust and solve problems with suppliers, review supplier invoices
    • Manage the transfer of product from branch to branch
    • Advise Management of vendor promotions, specials, new products, policy changes, etc
    • Keep abreast of industry trends, attend trade shows and conventions, or seminars beneficial to company’s industry.
    • Maintain current price information, product catalogs, and all specification information.
    • Review all back orders and expedite appropriately

    COMPETENCIES:
    • Understanding of purchasing processes and inventory stocking models
    • Prior knowledge of construction materials
    • Working knowledge of inventory systems and willingness to learn the FACTS system
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills and negotiating skills
    • Reliable transportation required
    • Willingness to join our team and be a team player
    • Organized, professional, honest and polite are all a must
    • Self-starter who can work with minimal supervision
    • Good time management skills
    • Willingness to join appropriate job related organizations

    REPORTS TO: Purchasing Manager

    HOURS: Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

    DEGREE:
    Bachelor’s or Associates Degree in Business Administration, Supply Chain Management or comparable years of experience

    This is a 40 hour work week. It is located in our Pittsburgh office. If interested in hearing more, please contact Dayna Phillips at dphillips@georgelwilson.com or 412.952.6881 to discuss position and interview process.
    EEOC

  • Door Installer - WV

    TITLE: Door Installer

    OVERVIEW: The Door Installer is responsible for working with wood to build and repair structures and other items and they also may have to select and source appropriate materials depending on project needs. Their duties include calculating quotes, meeting with clients and creating design plans for remodeling projects.

    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Knowledge of how to install glass, doors, frames, and necessary hardware needed.
    • Able to lift 100 – 150 lbs. with assistance.
    • Install millwork products, such as doors, partitions, and glass.
    • Adding fixtures and fittings such as door handles, locks, hinges, and closures
    • Calculating the number of fasteners required for each job.
    • Reading blueprints and designs to work to specifications prepared by other construction professionals, architects and building code recommendations.
    • Fit framed glass into openings in doors and screw frame to door, using screwdriver.
    • Learn to cut glass.
    • Fastens glass into window opening, driving glazier’s points into frame over glass, using point-driving tool.
    • Liaising with clients, suppliers, and other construction professionals
    • Presses and smooth putty into angle formed by glass and wood to make joint watertight, using putty knife.
    • Spread sealing compound around edges of opening before inserting glass, using caulking gun or knife.
    COMPETENCIES
    • At least 3 years of experience doing door installation work. Preferably aluminum store front installation.
    • Professional demeanor always
    • Good time management and organizational skills
    • Knowledge of math when using measurements
    • Knowledge of how to run all power tool equipment is beneficial (Drill, circular saw, etc.)

    REPORTS TO: Sr. Glazier

    HOURS: Monday – Friday; 7 am – 3:30 pm; no weekend hours

    DEGREE: High school diploma

    This is a Monday – Friday shift from 7 am – 3:30 pm with lunch and breaks given accordingly. This is a 40-hour work week. It is in our Bridgeport, WV office. If interested in hearing more, please contact Dayna Phillips at: dphillips@georgelwilson.com or 412.952.6881 to discuss position and interview process. EEOC

  • Carpenter - WV

    TITLE: Carpenter

    OVERVIEW: A carpenter is responsible for working with wood to build and repair structures and other items and they also may have to select and source appropriate materials depending on project needs. Their duties include calculating quotes, meeting with clients and creating design plans for remodeling projects.

    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Knowledge how to install glass, doors, frames, and necessary hardware needed
    • Able to lift 100 – 150 lbs with assistance
    • Installs glass in millwork products, such as doors, and partitions.
    • Fastens glass into window opening, driving glazier’s points into frame over glass, using point-driving tool.
    • Presses and smoothes putty into angle formed by glass and wood to make joint watertight, using putty knife.
    • Spread sealing compound around edges of opening before inserting glass, using caulking gun or knife.
    • Fit framed glass into openings in doors and screw frame to door, using screwdriver.
    • Learn to cut glass.
    • Adding fixtures and fittings such as door handles, locks, hinges and closures
    • Calculating the number of fasteners required for each job
    • Liaising with clients, suppliers and other construction professionals
    • Reading blueprints and designs to work to specifications prepared by other construction professionals, architects and building code recommendations
    COMPETENCIES
    • At least 3 years of experience doing carpentry work
    • Professional demeanor at all times
    • Good time management and organizational skills
    • Knowledge of math when using measurements
    • Knowledge how to run all power tool equipment beneficial (Drill, circular saw, etc.)

    REPORTS TO: Sr. Glazier

    HOURS: Monday – Friday; 7 am – 3:30 pm; no weekend hours

    DEGREE: High school diploma

    This is a Monday – Friday shift from 7 am – 3:30 pm with lunch and breaks given accordingly. This is a 40 hour work week. It is located in our Bridgeport, WV office. If interested in hearing more, please contact Dayna Phillips at dphillips@georgelwilson.com or 412.952.6881 to discuss position and interview process. EEOC

  • Glazier - WV

    OVERVIEW: Candidate will be able to cut, grind, drill and polish glass. This candidate will handle sheets of glass in the warehouse meeting the specifications of the customer’s request. This candidate must have previous Glazier experience.

    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Knowledge how to install glass, doors, frames, and necessary hardware needed
    • Able to lift 100 – 150 lbs with assistance
    • Installs glass in millwork products, such as doors, window sashes, china closets, and office partitions: Places door or sash on worktable and inserts precut glass in opening, or inserts glass as products pass on conveyor, using either of following methods: Inserts precut molding into window opening around edges of glass and taps molding against glass edges, using hammer and wood block.
    • Tacks molding to frame, using hammer or staple gun.
    • Fastens glass into window opening, driving glazier’s points into frame over glass, using point-driving tool.
    • Presses and smoothes putty into angle formed by glass and wood to make joint watertight, using putty knife.
    • Spread sealing compound around edges of opening before inserting glass, using air gun or knife.
    • Fit framed glass into openings in doors and screw frame to door, using screwdriver. Aluminum store front installation a plus.
    • Cut glass.
    • May be designated according to glass installed as Door-Glass Installer; Window Assembler.

    COMPETENCIES
    • At least 3 years of experience doing glazier work
    • Professional demeanor at all times
    • Good time management and organizational skills
    • Knowledge of math when using measurements
    • Knowledge how to run all power tool equipment beneficial (Drill, circular saw, etc.)

    REPORTS TO: Sr. Glazier

    HOURS: Monday – Friday; 7 am – 3:30 pm; no weekend hours

    DEGREE: High school diploma

    This is a Monday – Friday shift from 7 am – 3:30 pm with lunch and breaks given accordingly. This is a 40 hour work week. It is located in our Bridgeport, WV office. If interested in hearing more, please contact Dayna Phillips at: dphillips@georgelwilson.com or 412.952.6881 to discuss position and interview process. EEOC

  • Warehouse Associate (Union) - Pittsburgh

    TITLE: Warehouse Worker (Union) – GLW

    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Being able to stand and work on feet for most of the shift
    • Able to lift at least 50 – 100 lbs when required
    • Miscellaneous warehouse duties – i.e. painting, boxing supplies, etc.
    • Forklift experience preferred but not required
    • Stock shelves
    • Help load and unload trucks for delivery in a safe and timely fashion
    • Assist in general housekeeping of warehouse and display area
    • Follow all union related requirements and regulations
    • Able to check voicemails when necessary, as back up
    • Helping with open and closing of doors, docks, and showroom

    COMPETENCIES:
    • Good time management
    • Multi-tasking
    • Basic math skills
    • Able to work with other team members
    • Reliable transportation
    • Professional and courteous demeanor at all times
    • Exceptional time management and organizational skills to fit customers’ schedules
    • Customer service-oriented mind set
    • Work well with others
    • Gain an understanding of union employee duties on the job
    • Able to troubleshoot questions from customers
    • Computer experience a plus
    • Previous sales or construction experience a plus
    • Willingness to get CDL, paid for by the company

    REPORTS TO: Warehouse Manager

    HOURS:
    Monday – Friday shift from 7 am – 4 pm with lunch and breaks given accordingly. This is a 40 hour work week

    DEGREE: High school diploma

    This position is in our Pittsburgh office. If interested in hearing more, please contact Dayna Phillips at 412.952.6881 to discuss position and interview process. EEOC

George L. Wilson & Co, Inc is now hiring.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer!

To apply for a position, please contact Dayna Phillips, HR Manager. You may send her an email at: dphillips@georgelwilson.com or phone her at 412-952-6881.

You may mail your resume to:

George L. Wilson & Co, Inc.
156 N. Washington Road
Apollo, PA 15613

Attention: Dayna Phillips, HR Manager