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6 days ago

Maintenance Planner - Mechanical

Weyerhaeuser Company Port Wentworth, GA

The primary responsibility of the Maintenance Planner is to partner with Site Coordinators, Process Area Owners, Maintenance Planners and the… Weyerhaeuser Company

12 hrs ago

Choker Setter – new

Weyerhaeuser Company Coos Bay, OR

We’re experts in growing, nurturing, harvesting and replanting trees without harming the environment or exhausting the supply. Our timberlands team… Weyerhaeuser Company

14 days ago

Sr Mechanical Project Engineer

Weyerhaeuser Company Columbus, MS

We are committed to creating and maintaining an environment where individuals can flourish, where diversity is encouraged, and where community is… Weyerhaeuser Company

25 days ago

Mobile Equipment Mechanic

Weyerhaeuser Company Vanceboro, NC

For more than a century, Weyerhaeuser has grown and harvested trees to make innovative products that meet important human needs. We’re serious about… Weyerhaeuser Company

19 days ago

Sr Reliability / Maintenance Engineer

Weyerhaeuser Company Columbus, MS

We are committed to creating and maintaining an environment where individuals can flourish, where diversity is encouraged, and where community is… Weyerhaeuser Company

23 days ago

Production Supervisor

Weyerhaeuser Company Lebanon, OR

The Production Supervisor is expected to be a role model in our safety standards and on-the-job behavior by living our core principles of integrity… Weyerhaeuser Company

8 days ago

Journey Electrician

Weyerhaeuser Company Cottage Grove, OR

All applicants must have Plant Journey level electrical license; Allen Bradley PLC with ControLogix RS View and PC interface experience, and a desire… Weyerhaeuser Company

5 days ago

Apprentice Mechanical Maintenance Tech (<6 yrs exp)

Weyerhaeuser Company Columbus, MS

Weyerhaeuser in Columbus now has exceptional opportunities for apprentice industrial Mechanical Maintenance Technicians. We are seeking safe… Weyerhaeuser Company

5 days ago

Environmental LaboratoryTechnician

Weyerhaeuser Company Longview, WA

Duties include implementation of laboratory procedure to test and monitor waste water treatment, pulping, recovery, and air monitoring processes… Weyerhaeuser Company

11 days ago

Energy & Utilities Team Development Manager (Supervisor)

Weyerhaeuser Company Longview, WA

• Coordinate operations to ensure maximum reliability of all equipment. • Coordinates operations activities and priorities with… Weyerhaeuser Company

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28 Ratings

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    Current Employee - Engineer/Scientist  in  Federal Way, WA
    Current Employee - Engineer/Scientist in Federal Way, WA

    I have been working at Weyerhaeuser full-time for more than 10 years


    I worked with great people, both in the corporate region and in the mills. The company name was well respected. And the value placed on safety - going home as healthy as you arrived at work - is top tier for any industry.
    I had great opportunities to learn and at times to have a real impact, but...


    New CEO ( 8/2013) is (IMHO) working for the shareholders near term cashout, not the long term success of the company or long term investors. Corporate overhead is being slashed, and the individual businesses are being siloed from each other. Expertise and experience gained over decades is being riffed out, retiring, or leaving voluntarily.. Weyerhaeuser has been divesting big chunks of itself over the last decade, and the siloing of the remaining businesses makes that process even easier. I wouldn't bank on there being anything left in the portfolio except Timberlands 3-5 years from now. And the current corp. campus in Federal Way is on the market, and corporate functions are moving to Pioneer Square - not sure that one corp office is enough to make Pioneer Square an appealing place to work. And it puts pretty much everyone into the horrible Seattle commute. Fed Way was a "reverse" commute for Seattle-ites and not bad for folks coming from the south and east.

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    Wow, I think it may be too late. R&D has been gutted, so the only thing left is a race to the bottom on cost. As far as attracting talent, salary & benefits will have to come up significantly to compete for top talent in the Seattle market. At least in Federal Way, folks could offset compensation deltas by living in lower cost suburbs and still have a decent commute.
    A company does not exist for the instant gratification of the shareholders. If it can't keep them happy without massive layoffs and selling off all the assets, that's a management/ leadeship failure -- and it's a shame for a once great company.
    CEO and SMT shouldn't earn more by failing or selling off the company than by making it succeed. Look at the severance agreements for the SMT and think about what that might incent them to do.

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