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Our vision is to be the best provider of building products in the eyes of our customers, employees, shareholders, suppliers and communities.
Masonite is the true door category leader — the only door manufacturer to serve both the residential and architectural markets. Nowhere else will you find the comprehensive and compelling product portfolios that provide the perfect door solution for every opening — from creating beautiful homes to defining world-class commercial spaces and everything in between.
Headquartered in Tampa, Florida, we employ more than nine thousand people worldwide. Our continued leadership, innovative spirit and authentically crafted products have earned us a reputation unsurpassed in the industry — making Masonite the brand of choice for professionals and consumers worldwide.
We believe a door is more than just a door, and we never stop pushing the boundaries in helping elevate the role the door can play in any environment — inspiring customers to open to extraordinary. A passion for authentic craftsmanship and trend-forward thinking drives us to create the most distinct, innovative offering in the industry.
Open to extraordinary!
At Masonite, we understand that people are key. We are a composite of diverse people who come together by showing support and respect to one another.
We hire people that demonstrate integrity under pressure. Integrity is at the foundation of everything we do. It is in each door we make, in our commitment delivery and in our honest and sincere communication.
Our employees are flexible, versatile and resilient. Our ability to weather any storm, to bend without breaking, is what allows us to hear the knock and open the door with confidence, no matter what’s on the other side.
At Masonite, we hold the door open for each other and for new ideas. We want everyone to freely contribute ideas and add value, so we are positive and encouraging. This collaborative environment is what makes Masonite a transparent, fair company- one that doesn’t hide behind closed doors.
We continuously strive to improve both our products and our customers’ experiences. This drive leads us to revolutionize the door industry and help people walk through walls.
Masonite embraces the spirit of our founder, William H. Mason. His ideas and inventions were the building blocks of numerous revolutionary building materials.
In 1924, William H. Mason, a researcher, engineer and inventor, made a revolutionary discovery. He changed the way wood was used to form more effective building materials. This cleared the way for a succession of new building products for the home.
More than 80 years later, we still embrace that innovative spirit. We are constantly looking for new processes, technologies, materials and designs – always with an eye on producing doors that are stylish, functional and durable. Doors that are guaranteed to make your home more beautiful.
Our continued leadership, our innovative spirit and our superior products have earned us a reputation unsurpassed in the industry.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Masonite International (Tampa, FL) in August 2016.
Started with phone interview with Masonite recruiter which included some c# Programming 101 questions. Followed by Phone interview with Lead Software Engineer who provided some info about the job and my general background. Next onsite interview with Lead Software Engineer and two more engineers followed by interview with the director.
The company is spitting off a new group of software developers from the rest of the IT department and getting a little experimental with their software development practices with help from a software consultancy called Pivotal Labs. They are going Agile with pair programming, business stakeholder representative on each development team, open collaboration spaces instead of cubicles. When I hear this I usually think it is upper management pushing a new fad on the workers. This is coming from upper management but the director seemed to be in tune with the ground forces. At least in the case of pair programming, which I asked about, he said they were going to try it and see if it worked out and would drop it if it didn't