BUFFALO, N.Y. - Salamanca Lumber, a New York-based lumber company is looking to hire 40 entry-level laborers at its plant in Western NY.
Salamanca, a producer of all kinds of hardwood, will pay $11.10 per hour and overtime pay to the new employees, says New York news outlet WKBW. Employees will have a chance to move onto more skilled roles after 90 days, like saw and forklift operation and grading positions.
After 90 days, Salamanca will provide vacation pay, medical coverage, and access to 401k.
Founded in 1977, Salamanca Lumber Company is situated in the most northern part of the North Appalachian region. Its location ensures a steady supply of fine-textured, slow-grown, high-quality Hardwoods. The modern drying facilities, automated strip mill, trim and packaging lines, together with 40 years of experience in the export market, make Salamanca Lumber Company the ideal partner to serve your North Americal Hardwood Needs in 'Random-Width', 'Sorted-to-Width' or 'Ripped-to-Width' lumber, Salamanca says on its website.

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