Our Purpose is to Improve the Lives of Those We Touch

TRINITY was founded in 2007 with the vision to create and deliver high-quality products of great value. We specialize in home, commercial, and industrial organization and storage products and solutions.

We Offer First-Class Team Benefits

401[K] & Matching

Health, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance

Vacation & Sick Leave

Employee Product Discount

We Passionately Embrace Our Company Values

curiosity, we ask question

CURIOSITY

We value learning from anyone, anywhere, at anytime.

customer centric, we love our customers

CUSTOMER CENTRIC

They are at the core of everything we do: the products we build, the decisions we make, and the way we operate.

perseverance, we do not quit

PERSEVERANCE

We possess an intrinsic motivation and hunger to be our best. We may fall down, but we get right back up and try again.

humility, we're not perfect

HUMILITY

We admit our mistakes, and we take steps to prevent them. We understand we don’t have all the answers, but we seek to find them.

integrity we do the right thing

INTEGRITY

We operate with honesty and integrity, because we choose our values over personal gain.

discipline, We seek to be disciplined

DISCIPLINE

We will be disciplined in protecting our assets, minimizing our risks, analyzing data, and making informed decisions.

team work, we work together

TEAMWORK

We depend upon the collective energy, intelligence, and commitment of each and every employee.

transparency, we live in a glass office

TRANSPARENCY

We willingly offer up mutual trust and accountability, because we have nothing to hide.

Respect, we choose to respect each other

RESPECT

We work to gain the respect of others through the way we carry ourselves, and what we stand for.

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Job Summary:

This position is responsible for handling customer service issues and related duties in the Customer Service department. This includes answering and resolving customer inquiries and processing orders. Will also be tasked to handle general office duties as needed.

Job Summary:

This position is responsible for computing, classifying, and recording numerical data to keep financial records complete. Perform any combination of routine calculating, posting, and verifying duties to obtain primary financial data for use in maintaining accounting records.

QUALIFICATION:

Woodworking knowledge and experience is preferred, but not required. Product Builders must be willing to use power tools and be able to stand for extended periods of time.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Product builders spent most of their time cutting wood and building products. Once a product is built, it is prepped by the builder to be finished and boxed, painted, or stained. This preparation process often requires rigorous and detailed sanding, application of wood filler, and pilot holes for hanging or hardware installation.

The tools most often used by Product Builders include, but are not limited to:

  • Compound miter saw
  • Pneumatic nail gun
  • Pneumatic staple gun
  • Random orbital sander
  • Table saw
  • Router
  • Shaper
  • Drill
  • Drill press
  • Bandsaw
  • Kreg Jig

Product Finishers are typically responsible for painting, staining, and boxing. However, Product Builders are expected to become familiar with that process and be willing to transition into that role as needed.

Product Builders are also responsible to help with many of the side tasks that help the shop run smoothly. Such tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Sweeping and cleaning the shop
  • Unloading and organizing materials
  • Basic tool maintenance
  • Cleaning dust collector filter
  • Building jigs to increase production speed
  • Emptying Trash

Product Builders must learn and remember how to build each item so that if asked to build a certain SKU, they are able to do so. Training and assistance is available for the first few times a particular SKU is built. Afterwards builders are expected to be able to build products without assistance or instruction.

Product Builders will excel in their role by increasing their speed of production without sacrificing quality. This requires some creativity and willingness to create tools, jigs, and methods that increase speed.

HOURS & LOCATION:

The location of the shop is at 5880 SH 34 South, Quinlan, TX 75474

Shop hours are 7:00am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday

Job Type: Full-time

DRESS CODE:

Shoes or boots that are comfortable and have cushion are recommended as product builders spend most of the day on their feet. Closed toes shoes are required, but additional protection such as steel toes are not required. Clothing should be chosen for comfort and safety. Most builders wear shorts or jeans with t-shirts in the warm months and jeans with long sleeve shirts and coats in the cooler months.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

The culture of the shop is very casual. We expect employees in this role to stay focused and maintain high levels of production, but an experienced builder will go for weeks without receiving any specific instruction or correction on how to do his/her job. Builders often listen to their own music while working. The shop we use has concrete floors with fatigue pads. Space heaters and fans are available, but we do not use central heat and air. The shop is noisy with air compressors, dust collectors, and power tools running for most of the day.

SUPERVISION:

Product builders will be supervised by the Operations Manager.

QUALIFICATION:

Knowledge and experience with painting, boxing, and woodworking is preferred, but not required.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Product Finishers spend most of their time painting and boxing products. They also have to install hardware such as hooks, mirrors, etc. Product Finishers will sometimes help build the products and will need to learn how to do some basic woodworking.

Product Finishers have the final quality control check. Items that are not built properly must be sent back to the builders. Items that are not painted/stained or finished properly must be corrected before being boxed.

The tools most often used by Product Finishers include but are not limited to:

  • Tape gun
  • Paint Sprayer
  • Compound miter saw
  • Pneumatic nail gun
  • Pneumatic staple gun
  • Random orbital sander
  • Table saw
  • Drill
  • Bandsaw
  • Kreg Jig
  • Router

Product Finishers are also responsible to help with many of the side tasks that help the shop run smoothly. Such tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Sweeping and cleaning the shop
  • Unloading and organizing materials
  • Basic tool maintenance
  • Emptying trash
  • Cleaning dust collector filter
  • Building jigs to increase speed

Product Finishers must learn and remember properly paint/stain, finish, and box each SKU. Training and assistance are available for the first few times a particular SKU is painted/stained, finished and boxed. Afterwards, Product Finishers are expected to be able to stain/paint, finish, and box products without help or instruction.

Product Finishers will excel in their role by increasing their speed of production without sacrificing quality. This requires some creativity and willingness to think about how to do things more quickly and efficiently.

HOURS & LOCATION:

The location of the shop is at 5880 SH 34 South, Quinlan, TX 75474

Shop hours are 7:00am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday

Job Type: Full-time

DRESS CODE:

Shoes or boots that are comfortable and have cushion are recommended as product builders spend most of the day on their feet. Close toes shoes are required, but additional protection such as steel toes are not required. Clothing should be chosen for comfort and safety. Most Finishers wear shorts or jeans with t-shirts in the warm months and jeans with long sleeve shirts and coats in the cooler months.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

The culture of the shop is very casual. We expect employees in this role to stay focused and maintain high levels of production, but an experienced Product Finisher will go for weeks without receiving any specific instruction or correction on how to do his/her job. Finishers often listen to their own music while working. The shop has concrete floors with fatigue pads. Space heaters and fans are available, but we do not use central heat and air. The shop is somewhat noisy with air compressors, dust collectors, and power tools running for most of the day.

SUPERVISION:

Product Finishers will be supervised by the Operations Manager.

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