Martinsville VA
$180,000.00 - $250,000.00
Job Type
Full-Time Regular
Min Years Experience

Role You Will Play:

The President will be responsible for providing strategic leadership by working with the CEO, Chairperson of the Board of Directors and other management to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies. S/he will be asked to be a guiding leader in overall company improvement and identifying business opportunities for growth and expansion. Equally important, this leader will be a part of the fabric of the community. Due to the company's long-standing presence in the community, s/he will be a recognized member of the fabric of this market.

This company prides itself on an ability to be focused and very productive in their core businesses, while being nimble and aware enough to identify and recognize opportunities for growth when they present themselves in the marketplace. This executive will be asked to embody more than a seat – s/he will be asked to make a difference daily.


  • Multi-location Building Materials supplier servicing builders and contractors throughout the East Coast
  • Growing company with plans to expand even further into other U.S. markets
  • Trusted company with a strong reputation the marketplace, employee-owned entity, and longstanding roots within this community as they have in business for nearly 100 years

Benefits & Features:

  • Full benefits package with an incredible ESOP program
  • Paid vacations and PTO
  • Flexible culture, family-first mentality and a company that encourages professional and financial growth


  • Scenic Beauty: Southwest Virginia is renowned for its breathtaking natural landscapes, including the Blue Ridge Mountains, lush forests, and winding rivers, offering ample opportunities for outdoor recreation such as hiking, camping, and fishing.
  • Rich Cultural Heritage: The region boasts a vibrant cultural tapestry with deep-rooted traditions in music, crafts, and storytelling. From the historic towns along the Crooked Road, known as Virginia's Heritage Music Trail, to annual festivals celebrating Appalachian culture, there's a strong sense of community pride and heritage preservation.
  • Close-knit Communities: Life in Southwest Virginia often revolves around close-knit communities where neighbors know each other by name and lend a helping hand when needed. There's a strong sense of camaraderie and support, fostering a welcoming atmosphere for newcomers and longtime residents alike.
  • Challenges and Opportunities: While the region offers natural beauty and cultural richness, it also faces challenges such as economic diversification, access to healthcare, and educational opportunities. However, community-driven initiatives and a resilient spirit pave the way for innovation and growth, creating opportunities for individuals and families to thrive in this unique corner of Virginia.