How To Become A Roofer

Roofing Careers

The Great Recession is causing many employees to reevaluate their professional situation and decide what they truly want in life and work. Thousands have quit their jobs to move to a more rewarding profession that pays better and offers a great work-life balance. If you’re looking for a fresh start with a proven company, Roofstar Arizona is the place for you. Our roofers receive competitive wages and vacation time. They also make up respected members of a professional and positive team. Keep reading to learn more about how to become a roofer with Roofstar.

What Does a Roofer Do?

Simply put, a roofers job is to build watertight coverings to keep moisture and storm water out of homes and buildings. Roofers handle repairs, inspections, and installations of commercial and residential roofs. When you work on our team, you may measure roofs to calculate the materials needed, replace damaged or rotting roofs, install roof ventilation, install shingles or other materials to weatherproof roofs, cut roofing materials, and so much more.

Is Being a Roofer Worth It?

Working as a roofer offers several benefits, especially at Roofstar. Our roofers have lots of opportunities for promotions and work. It’s also a steady job that pays well. All of our employees receive retirement and healthcare benefits plus paid vacation, paid sick leave, and paid holidays. Roofing is a growing industry, too, meaning you’ll have a lot of chances to grow professionally. You work outside in the desert air, in constant view of the Sonoran mountains and landscape.

5 Steps to Becoming a Roofer

Do you have what it takes to be a professional roofing tradesman or woman?** Here are the steps you need to take:

  1. Get some experience in roofing. Most people have a trade degree or a few years of experience working as a roofing apprentice. Don’t have any experience? That’s okay, too! When you join our team, you’ll receive training from the best in the trade and support from a team that cares about your success.
  2. Call us to apply for a job to become a roofer.
  3. Have an interview with a member of our team.
  4. If you pass your interview, you’ll join our team at Roofstar!
  5. As a member of our team, you’ll need to have a positive, can-do attitude and be a team player. In fact, at Roofstar, we value a good attitude above roofing experience, so being able to look on the bright side is a must.

Visit Our Careers Page

If you’re ready to apply for a job as a roofer with our team, visit our careers page now. We have multiple positions available for roofers and project superintendents. Not a roofer? No worries. We’re also on the lookout for great talent in Sales, Production, and Finance. If you’re looking to use the skills you’ve learned over the years but need a new setting, a team like ours might be the place for you!

No matter the job you’re applying for, Roofstar Arizona offers a great work environment. Our motto has always been, “We’ll tell you the truth about your roof.” That’s because our business is all about honesty, integrity, and building the best roofs in the Phoenix area. That level of service means having an outstanding staff. Our future is bright together here in the Valley of the Sun.

**Roofstar Arizona, Inc. does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

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We can handle all kinds of residential roof repairs. Call us today to schedule an assessment with one of our Field Inspectors. We also assist with insurance claims. Learn more about Our Real Estate Services.

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