We are proud to be the largest employer in Curry County providing local family-wage jobs to over 500 employees.
“There are a lot of opportunities to grow while staying local. There is a sense of independence and your hard work will be recognized and rewarded. It is a great place to learn and challenge yourself.”
– Jennifer, LVL Production
Partnering for Employment
Cardinal Services has been serving South Coast Lumber and Pacific Wood Laminates since 1996.
As a team, each company shares the same goal and commitment to helping job seekers find a great career that allows them to reach their full potential.
We have placed hundreds of individuals into permanent positions. We also have seasonal opportunities for those seeking summer work that are pursuing commitments such as continued education. Our employment opportunities include generous pay and overtime compensation. If converted to a South Coast Lumber or Pacific Wood Laminates employee, exceptional healthcare benefits and an outstanding 401 (k) plan become available.
Our entry-level positions include various job duties that enable applicants to better understand our product offerings and learn proper handling techniques associated with those products.
Location: Brookings, OR
- Transparency in Coverage
- AFLAC (optional)
- Company Sponsored Health Care Center
- 401(k) with Company Match
- Paid Vacation and Holidays
- + more
Congratulations to Randy Tuttle for retiring after over 36 years with South Coast Lumber, primarily as our Road Crew Manager!
Randy has earned a reputation over the years as one of the best equipment operators this side of the Mississippi, at least we’d like to think so. For those that have read ‘Outliers’ by Malcolm Gladwell, it’s safe to say that Randy has attained the expert title by mastering the skill of machine operating with far more than 10,000 hours of deliberate practice.
One of Randy’s proudest moments at South Coast is when his crew took incredible initiative during the Chetco Bar Fire in 2017 to protect the company’s timberlands from potential detriment. If it hadn’t been for the crews brave tenacity, who knows what more could’ve happened. With the intense wildfire seasons we’ve been experiencing, we’re lucky for the crews preparedness.
We respect and understand that being in the spotlight is not Randy’s cup of tea. However, he has been a quintessential leader for our road crew for many years, and we feel it necessary to give credit where credit is absolutely due. Thank you, Randy!