Current CEO: Kent B. Guichard
American Woodmark is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers and distributors of cabinets for kitchens and bathrooms. These cabinets are frequently used in homes and offices. The company produces cabinets under the brand names American Woodmark, Shenandoah Cabinetry, Timberlake Cabinetry, and Waypoint Living Spaces. There are currently over 3,000 employees throughout the United States working at American Woodmark.
American Woodmark was named to the Forbes’ 200 Best Small Companies list three years in a row. The company was also named one of Business Week’s 100 Hot Growth Companies. AW also recently celebrated thirty years in the cabinetry business.
American Woodmark operates 11 manufacturing facilities. These facilities are located in Indiana, Georgia, Arizona, Kentucky, Tennessee, Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia. In addition, there are nine company owned builder service centers in the United States. These service centers are located in California, Texas, Virginia, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and Arizona. The corporation is headquartered in Winchester, Virginia.
American Woodmark careers are available in several fields. Managerial and supervisory roles are available for several points in the manufacturing process. There are also positions in engineering, quality control, accounting, developers, project managers, payroll clerks, sales, marketing, product development, and cabinet makers.
An American Woodmark benefits package is available for all qualified employees. The benefits may vary depending on whether the associate is a full-time or part-time employee. All new employees are offered comprehensive training, and new college graduates may have the opportunity to attend management-in-training programs. All employees receive annual cultural, technical, and development training.
Additional employment benefits include medical, dental, life, disability, and vision insurance. There is a company-paid defined benefit pension plan, a 401(k) retirement plan, and profit-sharing. Employees may receive paid holidays, paid vacation, and paid sick days. Finally, eligible associates may receive tuition reimbursement in order to pursue college and advanced degrees and further their careers.
Hard work and dedication define the American Woodmark culture. Employees are expected to demonstrate high-energy, dedication, good communication, and a desire to continuously learn more. Each associate must be able to work as a team, yet be self-driven to get the job done. Classroom, computer-based, and on-the-job training is available on a frequent basis to all associates, so associates must have the desire to constantly learn more and improve their skills. In return, American Woodmark offers opportunities for career advancement and performance-based incentives in order to reward those with a strong drive towards success.