Explore a Career at LaForce
There are jobs—and then there are careers. The opportunity to challenge yourself and learn new skills. Being surrounded by smart, ambitious, and friendly people, day-in and day-out. That’s what you can expect with a career at LaForce.
You are more than just a number…
“You are a valued member of a team. Everyone wants what is best for you and will work with you to help you achieve your goals. People genuinely care about and support each other. There is also a great work/life balance.”
Katie Barrett, Manufacturing Cost Analyst – Green Bay, WI
My favorite part about my job…
“Is getting to work with coworkers and customers to problem solve on many interesting projects – everybody is so friendly and helpful! I also get to work with a variety of building products, from doors and frames to hardware and security systems.”
Manny Lopez, Account Manager – Chicago, IL
From the beginning…
“LaForce gives every employee the tools they need to succeed and helps them utilize their personal strengths to make an impact. The support from all over the company makes it an easy place to build a lasting career.”
Cameron McElhany, Regional Sales & Operations Manager – Houston, TX
LaForce at a Glance
LaForce is one of the largest distributors of door opening products and security systems in the United States. We offer doors, frames, hardware, keying, electronic security systems, building specialties, architectural services, fire door inspections, pre-installation, installation, and customized pre-finishing. Headquartered in Green Bay, WI since 1954, we now operate 15 locations throughout the country.
If you’re looking for a growing and stable company with advancement opportunities then check out a career at LaForce. We have immediate openings for Takeoff Estimators, Account Managers, Bid Assistants, Welders, Installers, and more! Come join the LaForce team!
What’s it like to be an Installer at LaForce?
The Installer position is a dynamic career at LaForce. Days are spent working in the shop pre-installing hardware onto doors, or out in the field installing frames on new construction and retrofit projects. Learn more by watching this video (3:08)