Join Our Team

Timberlyne is a growing company, dedicated to stunning craftsmanship and superior service. We are looking to add exceptional employees committed to those ideals to our team.

We offer competitive wages, outstanding benefit packages and a people-first work environment. If you’re looking to start a career and join a family-owned, team oriented company, Timberlyne wants to hear from you!


Nebraska Opportunities

  • Buyer

    The buyer will assist in purchasing materials, equipment, supplies and services. They will work closely with suppliers, quoting, evaluating bids, negotiating pricing for goods and services, and monitoring supplier quality and performance. They must also work closely with all other departments in the organization.

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  • Estimator

    The Estimator is responsible for providing costs associated with a specific project by evaluating schematic and construction drawings and documents. The Estimator is critical in ensuring we know the complexity of a project as well as successfully bid and win a project. The Estimator will work closely with the sales team in providing information to them in a timely comprehensive manner, as well as communicate with the design team to optimize design solutions. At times, the Estimator may need data sheets and CAD images to reinforce the proposal and assist in the closing of a sale.

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  • Install Crew

    Duties would include performing tasks in all areas and aspects of timber and general framing. The aptitude to work with tools, timbers, and materials are essential along with the capacity to lift and manipulate timbers. Work will include cutting mortise and tenon joints, surfacing and finishing timbers, moving material with the forklift, and traveling to help erect the frames. Construct and repair timber frames/packages, rafters, posts, beams, and trusses.

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  • Project Engineer

    We are looking for a dedicated project engineer to assist with the estimating, scheduling, planning, forecasting, resourcing, and managing technical activities to ensure onsite construction project accuracy and quality. The Project Engineer is responsible for supporting Timberlyne's traveling installation crews' projects focused on heavy timber construction of barns, homes, and commercial projects.

    To be a successful project engineer, you should have the ability to work with multiple discipline projects and demonstrate excellent project management and supervision skills. You should also have excellent organizational, time management, leadership, and decision-making skills. Interacting daily with clients and field crews to ensure projects are moving ahead as planned. Reporting out job status and updates to management team.

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Texas Opportunities

  • Project Manager

    The project management role is responsible for overseeing and orchestrating Heavy Timber commercial and residential construction projects from design, fabrication, to installation. They are to ensure projects are completed in a timely fashion, meeting customers' expectations, while being mindful of the budget and resources. Scheduling multiple projects to ensure timely deliveries is a critical part of this position. Communicating between all parties involved especially the client is imperative, while also monitoring progress and keeping all stakeholders informed the entire way.

    The ideal candidate will have knowledge of both commercial and residential construction techniques, be able to decipher Architectural & structural plans, and know Revit & AutoCAD 2D & 3D.

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  • Project Manager Assistant

    Be responsible for creating Heavy Timber Construction drawings to support our Project Manager/s. You must have strong AutoCAD 2D & 3D capabilities, building construction knowledge, be able to follow directions, and work well with others. Attention to detail is critical.

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  • Install Crew

    Duties would include cutting mortise and tenon joints, surfacing and finishing timbers, moving material with the forklift, and traveling to help erect the frames. Construct and repair timber frames/packages, rafters, posts, beams, and trusses.

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  • Timber Framer

    Duties would include cutting mortise and tenon joints, surfacing and finishing timbers, moving material with the forklift, and traveling to help erect the frames. Construct and repair timber frames/packages, rafters, posts, beams, and trusses.

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