Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – Gas City, IN – July 17, 2018
American Woodmark is a great employer due to their continuous focus on their culture and vision of where they want the company to go. AWC focuses on developing you and promotion from within and does not restrict you to a regimented career path. They pay decently, have some great ways to save for retirement, and good benefits. Work-life balance can be a negative it you work at some of the production facilities, but overall I enjoyed my time there and learned a lot.
Culture, Career Opportunities, Retirement, Benefits
I would recommend. Demanding hours. Good for someone who needs work it is available.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Gas City, IN – July 11, 2018
Preventative Maintenance, A variety of floor calls . These range from working on building and grounds area to Machines that are responsible production runs. Duties vary from Electrical to as simple as roof repairs or clean-ups. It varies greatly. Each day is a new adventure.
Customer Care Professional (Current Employee) – Winchester, VA – July 9, 2018
American Woodmark is a good company to work for. They have a good workplace culture and decent benefits. Healthcare is a little expensive. Hours can be a pro or con, depending on what schedule you get assigned.
QA Inspector (Current Employee) – Jackson, GA – July 3, 2018
A typical day at work can be very stressful in this company starting with people not showing up to work and also the lazy ones who don't care about anyone but themselves. Management is so unorganized and very judgmental. The hardest part about job is going into work and trying to be positive when you know that your night just isn't going to go so well. I have enjoyed meeting new people and learning their culture and also learning their work style as well.The workplace culture is mixed, and some aren't so sure about "color". But then again, you have some that come into work and are very hard working and ready to do their job and then get back to their life and family outside of work.
Sales Representative and Customer Service (Current Employee) – Winchester, VA – June 12, 2018
American Woodmark has been a quality company with a great vision and culture. Pay has been lacking for experienced employees and the amazing company culture has lost some of its glamour when the organic nature of it changed when the company started focusing on it and promoting it.
Sander/Wiper (Former Employee) – Kingman, AZ – April 30, 2018
Decent pay and work for the area. Factory work in many conditions. Sometimes it can be very hot, but the management provides means to try and cool you down and they focus largely on how their employees feel and need to be treated. I think they could train their management further in areas, such as communication.
Employee (Current Employee) – Corporate – April 19, 2018
Culture is emphasized, but not practiced consistently in the company. Employees are encouraged by management to continue unprofessional behavior. If you are not a golden child, you will be left out to dry. Reminds me being back in a high school environment with backstabbing, gossiping and general lack of integrity.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Rawlings, MD – April 18, 2018
They have a points based system. Don’t get to high in points because you have to go 60 consecutive days of not being late or sick to just drop one. So if something comes up I suggest to use some sick/time.
Human Resources Supervisor (Former Employee) – Gas City, IN – April 18, 2018
This company uses their "culture" as a way to get people to work for them. But their culture is actually awful. They do not care for employees. Only the products. They do not care about the lives of the employees. They will lie about employees and use fear tactics.
Project Engineer (Former Employee) – Kingman, AZ – April 3, 2018
As a Project Engineer hired to add a 147000 sqft. finishing addition I work 8 hours a day contacting contractors, state air regulators, and working with existiong managers keeping the existing production flowing. The hardest part of the job was cordinating all activities.
Quality Control / Line Tec. / Assistant Team Lead (Former Employee) – Kingman, AZ 86409 – March 31, 2018
A typical day at AMC for me as a QA was Cabinets. Checking Color, Wood stock, The way it was built etc. I would say the hardest part of the job was the hours before the said you couldn't work any more the 12 hours a day. I was sometimes getting 15 and some odd hours. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that the customer was getting a great cabinet.
Weekend and holidays off. Pay rate is great.
very fast pace and with weather conditions plant could get extremely hot or cold