If one of the jobs above interest you, please apply using the form below.
Our Event team interacts with local homeowners at various events, including charity fundraisers, street fairs, car shows, community day events, rodeos, farm shows, and more. If you like a mix of working environments or get bored easily, this position gives you a mix of working in the office, at outside events, and at events held at various indoor venues.
Event Coordinators research & book events, train & schedule staff, attend networking opportunities on behalf of the company, and work at the events to create awareness about our company and products while signing up homeowners for our manufacturer’s sweepstakes. Event staff are part-time and work at an event with an Event Coordinator to collect sweepstakes entries.
If you don’t like to be stuck in an office all day, our outside marketing position is for the people who like a change of pace. Or maybe you want to get into sales for the earnings opportunities but want to start off slow by learning to interact with people more smoothly. Or maybe you’re in sales and like interacting with customers but hate working nights & weekends or using your own car to travel. Our Outside Marketing team of Appointment Schedulers practice lucrative people skills while learning the basics of sales to create an interest in our products. All while working a first shift Monday through Friday schedule and using a company provided car.
If you have the “gift of gab” put it to good use calling people who have inquired about a specific home improvement project at events or sweepstakes winners using a pre-written script. You’ll be telling homeowners who have spoken to our event team about our product features and benefits along with the current promotion to create interest in our services. Once the homeowner agrees to receive a free estimate on their project, you’ll schedule them for an appointment with our sales team. While not 9 to 5, there are no late nights or weekends to work and you quit at 5 every Friday.
No sales experience? No problem, we do our best with candidates who have never done sales. All we need is someone determined, money-motivated, and who can sacrifice a little bit of time in the beginning to learn our products in depth because our customers deserve a product expert. And you won’t spend your time cold calling or prospecting leads, our marketing departments have you covered with 2 pre-set, pre-qualified leads per day.
Sales is a position that is a great income but typically doesn’t come with a great work-life balance. We provide one of the best work-life balance sales jobs you can get. It’s Monday through Friday and although the 2nd shift hours require you to work in the evenings, we have a 4-day flexible work week opportunity where you can pick any 4 or 5 days you want to work in advance, with sales leads being produced Mondays through Saturdays. That way if your kid has something going on next Wednesday, you can make it to their thing and not have to miss a day of work or take a hit on your pay.
Any sales representative who has proven exceptional job performance, dependability, and shows leadership abilities can advance to managing their own sales team, whether it be a different product line, a different territory within our existing territory, or by opening up their own territory office. We are also looking for good sales trainers who would assist with in-class and in-field training.
All departments have the need for managers, trainers, and team leaders to take charge. We don’t just promote the person who has been here the longest. Or based on office politics or other B.S. We promote candidates from within based on learning the position in depth, performing exceptionally well within the position you’ll manage, and other traits that make for a good leader.
For those candidates who have experience similar to our open positions, we will consider a manager trainee position where you spend one full month where you’ll start in the entry level process, learning the position you’ll be managing in-depth all while getting constructive criticism to improve your skills. At the end of the month, you’ll then begin your management training where you’ll learn how to manage your staff hands on in the field or in office. Our management positions are active management positions, meaning that you have to be able to show someone how the job is done, not just sit behind a desk telling people what to do. That being said, our management positions come with a high compensation package because we appreciate our management team’s efforts.
What do we look for in a manager trainee?
Have management experience? Apply for a management trainee position now for your fast track to success.
As we grow or as some of our staff reaches retirement, we have opportunities that come up from time to time in our administrative, data entry/office, customer service, events, installation, and human resources departments. Current openings will be listed here as they come open or submit your resume today for current or future job openings.
We are looking for a certain type of person for this position. No experience is necessary. We are looking for a person who excels at everything they do, gives 100% effort, has a positive attitude, and wants to make tons of money.
To create an inviting and equal opportunity work environment for people from all backgrounds where our employees feel appreciation for their hard work. Some of the ways we do this is by providing employees with highly competitive pay and benefits packages, having paid self-improvement skill seminars & management training classes, giving out awards and prizes, and having regular fun company events or luncheons.
With home improvements, we get to make a real impact in people’s lives every day. We get to hear the stories like how we brought tears to one customer’s eyes because she never thought her house could look so beautiful or how our windows prevented more than one customer from a break-in. We also get to support local charities and businesses by sponsoring events, donating items, or volunteering our time. Come work with a team who wants to give back to the local communities who have supported our company over the many years we’ve been in business.
We aren’t “corporate” and we’re definitely not “stuffy” – we’re a diverse team with big personalities. We like providing constructive feedback, both positive and negative, because you need to know if you’re heading in the right direction or off on the wrong track. We aren’t too picky about the little things if you’re getting the job done. We won’t tolerate dishonesty or poor work ethics. We have a sense of humor, like to have fun, and hope you do too. And we don’t like drama or negativity because that’s not fun at all – positive attitudes only!
If you think you have what it takes and want to make a commitment to be successful, apply for one of our open positions today.
Participate in a variety of events and collect sweepstakes entries. Provide interested homeowners information on how we can help with their next home remodeling project.
Talk to homeowners to explain our products and discount programs for their home remodeling project. Schedule appointments for project quotes.
Call event inquiries and sweepstakes entries using a script to create interest in our products and schedule free estimates.
Demonstrate product features at pre-scheduled & pre-confirmed appointments in-home and negotiate project details to close a sale.
We are looking for hands-on managers who aren’t afraid to dig in and show their employees how to perform. Experience in management required.
We offer other positions in administrative, data entry/office, customer service, events, installation, & human resources as we grow. Submit your resume today to be contacted about future opportunities.
If one of the jobs above interest you, please apply using the form below.
If you still have a question you would like answered before applying, please give us a call!
Do I have to have experience?
No, we have a lot of experience training candidates with no experience in the field and more often than not we prefer candidates who we can train without having to break the bad habits that sometimes come with previous experience. If you are committed to your own success and are willing to learn from our experienced managers whether you have experience or not, we will train you and provide you with feedback along the way. You’ll be a pro at the job within 90 days and we will continue to work with you to advance within the company.
What is the weekly/hourly pay?
Each position has a different range of weekly/hourly pays but all are highly competitive. Most positions have a two-week training period with a lower starting rate that automatically raises on reaching your third week. In each department, your manager’s goal is to have you earning more money at the end of 90 days than you did in your previous job so that you want to stay with our company, because retaining good employees is cheaper and easier than getting new ones.
Do I have to have a college degree or any kind of certification?
EWe don’t focus on formal education when we’re evaluating candidates. A degree to us is a fancy piece of paper – we are looking for someone willing to grow and learn. In fact, many of our best employees do not have a college education at all. Our managers have had experience with all different types of learners and will focus on your strengths while giving you recommendations on how to overcome or practice weak areas to take you to the next level.
Are there growth opportunities?
Every department has advancement opportunities available for the right candidate. We offer interactive management training seminars for employees who want to pursue a long-term management position with our team. Our managers earn their positions, not just luck into them. It doesn’t matter if someone has been here longer or if someone sucks up to the boss, we’re looking for candidates who go above and beyond in their jobs, are trustworthy, cooperate with management and co-workers, and are dependable and reliable.
Is there a quota?
All jobs have a “quota” because there are performance requirements to all jobs. If a fast food company was paying you to make hamburgers, they would release an employee who is not making the minimum amount of hamburgers they need to make to keep up with customer demand to make the business profitable. That’s a quota. All of our jobs, including our office or administrative jobs have minimum performance requirements, fortunately they are lower than industry standards because we run our business efficiently. We also understand that different employees within the same department have different abilities so we don’t compare your job performance with what others in the department are doing, only that you are improving and trying your hardest. Winners who are confident in their ability to learn should not be afraid of a quota, especially since our managers also had to hit that same quota when they started and can mentor you based on their experience to help you hit your quota.
What is the atmospher?
Work doesn’t have to be “stuffy” and serious all the time. We have created a comfortable “Un- corporate” atmosphere that is laidback and casual but also hectic and exciting. Our office is our staff’s “home away from home” where everyone can be comfortable being themselves. Our biggest goal was to create a positive atmosphere with friendly and helpful staff who work together as a team but also compete to be the best at what they do. Why? Because having someone negative at work zaps the life out of the entire team. We don’t put up with drama or B.S. but we’re not picky about the little things if you’re getting the job done. We encourage everyone to have fun and interact with their co-workers so that it breaks up the monotony of work. If you find a way to have fun with any job, you’ll never “work” another day in your life.
What is the turnover rate?
100% of people who don’t put an effort into their job. 100% of people who aren’t cooperative with management. 100% of people with a negative attitude or who are disrespectful to their co-workers. Sales and marketing will have a higher turnover rate than administrative or installer positions because some people just aren’t the right fit for sales or marketing. Events will have a higher turnover because working weekends is not for everyone. When we hire candidates, we want everyone to make it and stay with the team but it doesn’t always happen that way since no company out there has a 0% turnover rate. As of the end of 2019, 40% of our staff has been with the company over 15 years, 33% have 7 to 14 years in, and the remaining 27% were reaching their one year anniversary.
Is the position/company stable?
Our company is lucky enough to be in an industry that is not affected by the economy or the season. The opportunity is as stable as you want it to be – we’ve had many people retire from our company over the years who didn’t initially expect to be in home improvements but fell in love with their income and our atmosphere. We’ve provided stable incomes to many people for the past 35+ years and have the financial stability to provide for our employees for many years to come. Our department managers have all been with the company for 8 or more years and have the knowledge to show you how to have a stable career with our company.
What is the dress code?
In the office we are very casual and if you don’t interact with customers or job candidates as part of your normal job duties, feel free to dress comfortably. Some departments who interact with the public have a very basic dress code but none require uniforms. Business casual is required for sales positions, outside marketing, and events when you are interacting with customers. Office training sessions are casual.
Are there benefits?
Yes, we offer a benefits package to all full time employees and even have paid vacation for our part time employees. Full time employees get UPMC group health insurance coverage, paid holidays, and paid vacations. All of our team members have different needs so we are negotiable on benefits and can offer a custom-tailored benefits package where you can swap out your health coverage for one of many options, including TV or music streaming packages, gym memberships, or more.
Is the job training paid?
Yes, we offer paid training for all of our positions. The typical training period is 2 weeks and most times the training rate is a bit less than your starting pay. Even though the training period is considered your first 2 weeks, it takes about a month to really get comfortable and start getting consistent with our positions.