If you’re looking for a change of pace, there’s never been a better time to start a career in the home service industry. While many people think the only way to get ahead is to get a four-year degree and take on mountains of student debt, individuals in the skilled trades know that isn’t the case.
Not Just Another Job
Careers in the skilled trades offer something other jobs rarely do: stability. Industry forces like automation are threatening other labor markets, but home services require a human touch — someone to work with the clients to diagnose issues, and skilled hands and a quick mind to repair them once they’re found.
A career in the skilled trades is a real career, with great pay and benefits. A two-year certification from a technical school like Orleans Technical College is all you need to get started or if you are in a trade now and/or are a person that is mechanically inclined we can train you within as little as four weeks to perform heating or air conditioning basic service tasks. At Giannone, we even offer third-party, proprietary technician training, on-the-job training, an in-house training room, continuing education off-site training for technicians, supportive team members and an additional exclusive compilation of online troubleshooting resources when on the job.
Home service companies like ours pride themselves on providing great pay and incentives to stick with a company, including 401(k) and full insurance programs.
A Team Effort
We recognize our skilled trades employees for what they are: skilled. We know how important it is to provide a work environment where they can truly thrive. At Joseph Giannone Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we treat all our staff like family, and provide the fair, respectful work environment we want for ourselves. The benefits and perks we provide our employees are unmatched, and you won’t find a plumber in Philly with a better work environment.