WHAT WE OFFER
We believe your success is our success. That’s why we are committed to, and pay for, training, apprenticeships and education to help you grow in your job. We also provide tuition reimbursement for courses taken at an accredited college or university. See how Stimson employee, Luis Guzman, has grown his career at the mill in Clatskanie, Oregon.
The rewards of joining Stimson include a complete benefits package. And, because we understand that your family matters to you, many of our benefits support your family as well.
For your health
- Medical, dental and vision insurance
- Health Savings Account (HSA)
- Wellness rewards program
- Health support tools (e.g., telemedicine and personal health advocate)
For your financial security
- 401(k) plan with a company match
- Life insurance
- Disability insurance
For your work/life balance
- Paid time off
- Dependent care spending account
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Dependent scholarship
Commitment to Community
We donate our time, teach youth about our industry, open our land for recreation and serve as a valued partner to businesses. We also strive to be a vital partner and a good neighbor to the communities in which we operate.
Safe Work Environment
Our commitment to safety is unwavering. It’s a core value at Stimson and important in everything we do.
We believe safety is a shared responsibility. Our senior leadership, mill managers and front-line supervisors hold themselves accountable for providing a safe work environment and safe work practices. Our employees are fully committed to sharing responsibility and accountability for safety. Together we are continuously looking for ways to make improvements to our safety practices.
As an intern at Stimson, you have a great opportunity for hands-on learning. Our intern program integrates classroom education with practical application in the forest. You’ll be ready to step up to new challenges with confidence and could find yourself in a position for other opportunities within the company.
Internships are available in:
- Coeur d’Alene, ID
- Gaston/Forest Grove, OR
We typically hire interns during the months of May through August or June through September in our Regeneration departments. You get to experience what it’s like to work in the field and with hands-on activities including stand surveys in a variety of reforestation age classes and other general forestry work. Daily job sites will vary. A company vehicle will be provided.
What Interns Say…
LAUNCHED MY CAREER
“My internship with Stimson Lumber was a great launching point for my career.”
– Kyle Cooper, Assistant Unit Manager, Coeur d’Alene, 2015
“The Stimson internship was a great introduction to industrial forestry. It provided a solid foundation to start my forestry career.”
– Bryan Keough, Silviculture Manager, South, 2014