Love to Build? Join the Fisher Team.
We’ve found that a good team is built by people with diverse skills, interests and backgrounds while all working towards the same goal: customer satisfaction. Many of our employees joined Fisher out of high school or college and have worked here since. Now, second and third generations of employees are joining the company for a great career. That says a lot about what a great company Fisher is to work for.
Fisher pays competitive wages and rewards employees as their skills develop. Wage structures are reviewed annually to ensure wages remain competitive in the marketplace. Wages are paid weekly.
Fisher provides a full array of health and welfare benefits to employees, including medical, dental and vision insurance, as well as life and long-term disability insurance. Paid time off and holidays are included, as is a retirement plan with a matching 401K option and profit sharing.
Fisher pays for the cost of travel and lodging when working at jobsites located at a distance from your home office.
At Fisher, we want you to think of your job as more than just a paycheck. We work hard, but we also care about and support personal growth and learning, as well as the volunteer activities of our employees. We encourage our employees to get involved in the communities where they live and work. Whether raising money for a 4-H or scout project, participating in a run for heart health, or coaching their kid’s soccer team, we value and support employees who roll up their sleeves and give back.
Careers and Job Openings with Fisher
Join a team focused on safety. Oversee the safety program including accident and loss prevention for Fisher’s construction, civil, thermal and roofing divisions. Plan and facilitate the training of employees in safety related issues. Raise awareness and build rapport through safety programs designed to instill and reinforce safe work practices.
Serves as the on-site supervisor and manager for construction projects of values ranging from $10-$50 million in revenues of medium complexity. Work may include supervision of self-performed work involving a crew of workers and is usually the sole superintendent on the jobsite.
Works as part of a crew to remove, repair and install roofing on many types of buildings. Roofing Mechanics are classified in three levels according to skills and experience.
Drives truck equipped with dump body to transport and dump materials such as rock, soil, demolition materials, or other materials as needed. Loads and facilitates movement of equipment using various tilt deck and lowboy trailers. Drives other vehicles and/or configurations as assigned and trained.