Frontier Door and Cabinet is a fun and casual environment with professional craftsmen. We offer a diverse work environment and many choices of job duties and growth opportunities from within. Many employees came from a blue-collar backgrounds or have learned the trade while being challenged with new learning opportunities. We offer room for all our employees to grow, and we strive to hire internally before reaching outside our organization to fill positions.

We are a team of passionate people who take ownership of whatever project is being worked on. We are always growing our team with hard-working people who share our values of accountability, teamwork, growth, transparency, integrity, and respect, no matter their background.

Why you'll love working at Frontier Door and Cabinet:

  • Comprehensive benefits package to include Medical, Dental, Vision, Company Paid Life Insurance, 401(k)
  • Paid Time Off Program
  • Fun, challenging, fast-paced working environment
  • Competitive salary
  • Growth and Training opportunities
  • Dynamic and team comradery company culture


Frontier Door & Cabinet is an equal opportunity employer. Frontier Door & Cabinet does not discriminate in employment with regard to race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, military status or any other characteristic protected by law.


Engineering Manager

The Engineering Manager will be responsible for process improvement within the Engineering department that aligns development of team of Engineers and Microvellum Engineers, but also improves the operational performance of complex Engineering processes that will help to improve internal technical processes and help to scale the growth of the Company.

Project Manager

The Project Manager is the main point of contact for projects for both internal and external customers.

Assistant Project Manager

The position is responsible to support Project Managers for contracted projects from the submittal process to the end of the project.

Assistant Estimator

This position is responsible for cost calculations to determine how much it will cost complete a project or provide products and services for the manufacture of doors, cabinets and millwork. 


This position is responsible to purchase materials per established procedures for production of wood cabinet and doors.

Contract Coordinator

This position is responsible to oversee the cycle of contract paperwork with customers, subcontractors, and maintenance to include review of licenses, lien waivers/releases, payments, and bond maintenance.  

Custom Detail Assistant

This position is responsible for executing the support needed by the department to ensure successful communication within that department and throughout the cabinet shop. This position effectively communicates with all departments to ensure information is accounted for and provided to meet custom production schedule, customer schedules and requirements.

Shipping Helper

This position is responsible to assist in loading product in shipping and unloading product at job sites.

Driver – CDL

This position is responsible for delivery to job sites Responsible for transporting cabinets and doors to job sites using different kinds of trucks, including heavy or tractor-trailer trucks. Operates trucks with a capacity of at least 26,001 pounds per gross vehicle weight over a variety of distances.  Once at the job site, the driver is responsible to ensure the product is unloaded safely and without damage.

Machine Operator

This position is responsible to operate machines in the production of cabinets or doors and millwork from raw materials.


This position assembles finished products and the parts that go into them. They use tools, machines, and their hands to put together cabinet and drawer pieces and more. Team assemblers work on an assembly line, but they rotate through different tasks, rather than specializing in a single task. The team may decide how the work is assigned and how different tasks are done. Some aspects of lean production, such as rotating tasks and seeking worker input on improving the assembly process, are common to all assembly and fabrication occupations.