Commercial Production Technician
Commercial Production Foreman
Commercial Maintenance Technician
Commercial Maintenance Foreman
Sheet Metal Technician
Commercial Senior Estimator
Commercial Production Foreman
In addition to these roofing jobs, we are looking for those who are experienced in roofing, siding, and gutters.
If you’re seeking a Cincinnati or Louisville roofing job and are interested in a career path we can offer, please send us your contact information with a brief description of your experience. Walk-ins are always welcome.
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See how a career in roofing can work for you!
If you are on a roof, you will need to be detail-oriented and have a keen eye for potential leaks plus the precision of a fine craftsman. If you are interested in sales and estimating you will make use of your strong math and people skills.
Opportunities for success can be found on the roof and office. Plus, manufacturers and distributors need individuals with advanced degrees in engineering and materials science to run their innovation labs and rely on skilled labor at every point in the supply chain.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the roofing industry is expected to grow 11 percent between 2016 and 2026, which is faster than the national average. And the roofing industry experiences fewer downturns compared with other trades. Roofs need to be replaced every 15-25 years and need to be maintained by repairs or replacements. This means there’s always a demand for quality work, and you can be sure to provide for your family
Your work will entail repairing, replacing, and installing roofing on many types of properties. Almost all roofing positions involve traveling to different worksites, so you will never be bored. You will work in different weather conditions and at different heights.
Roofing work isn’t always easy. It demands physical stamina and mental toughness. But how many people can say they saved a family’s home or fixed a hospital’s roof so patients can remain safe and dry? Only roofing workers can.
The median entry-level roofing worker salary in 2018 was $39,970 per year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Foremen make around $65,000 per year, and project managers and roofing estimators can make well into the six figures. And if you are a hard worker with a great attitude, you will likely advance quickly
Deer Park Roofing Roofing Professionals are truly masters of their crafts. From custom sheet metal fabrication to expert installation of roofing systems, Deer Park Roofing is more than your average roofer.
If you want to learn and master your craft in a supportive and encouraging environment, Deer Park Roofing is the best choice in the Cincinnati and Louisville areas.
No experience is necessary for our entry-level roofing technicians. All that is needed is an interest, a drive to produce quality work, and the desire to learn.
Deer Park Roofing provides comprehensive online, and on the job training. No experience is necessary to succeed at Deer Park Roofing. We have partnered with the National Roofing Contractors Association in their TRAC Program (Training for Roof Application Careers). A thorough online course designed to provide entry-level technicians the vocabulary and knowledge to have a headstart when they get on to a roof.
Many employers in the construction industry will throw new employees straight into the job with no real preparation. This is very stressful and disorienting for most people and leads to very low rates of retention for new employees. Deer Park Roofing believes that it is essential to properly train employees to set them up for success, and successful careers in the roofing industry.