Are you looking for Charleston plumbing jobs? At Rooter-Man Plumbers, we’re always accepting applications for experienced and reliable technicians to help us with our Charleston plumbing jobs. Rooter-Man Plumbers of Charleston serves the entire Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester region of the South Carolina Lowcountry as one of the 400+ Rooter-Man Plumbers network nationwide. Our regional franchise has been locally owned and operated for 15 years by Nelson Huggins and his team of highly qualified plumbers. If you’re interested in Charleston plumbing jobs, we’d like to hear from you.
Rooter-Man Plumbers of Charleston offers competitive performance pay, plus bonuses. You can earn even more when you’ve qualified as one of our on-call service technicians.
We provide company uniforms and completely equipped service vehicles because we want you to look professional and have all the tools at hand you’ll need when representing Rooter-Man Plumbers. Our flat-rate pricing policy and paperless invoicing are among the many ways we support your work in the field.
We also provide ongoing service training and continuing education opportunities to keep you up-to-date on industry standards and technology.
At Rooter-Man Plumbers of Charleston, we are a drug-free workplace and will conduct a background check regarding your previous employment.
Our most immediate needs are for experienced plumbers and service technicians, but as we grow we’ll be adding new positions, including field supervisors, dispatchers and office personnel, customer service and business development representatives, sales persons and lead generators, plumbers‘ helpers, and parts managers and runners.
A four year formal education is not for everyone. Some four year degrees may prove to be useless in today’s job market. In Charleston and throughout the country there is a huge demand for tradesmen, especially plumbers.
If there is one thing 2020 should have taught every high school age student, it is that the essential career workers never stopped working and earning a living in 2020. Every young person should take a good look at all of the trades and consider what they have to offer. Instead of going into debt to get a college degree maybe you would like to get paid while you learn plumbing or another useful trade.
Plumbing is the highest paid of all the trades. Right now there is a shortage of good plumbers and an even greater shortage of young people entering into the trade.
If you are interested in exploring what a career in plumbing has to offer please come on by and talk. I am always interested in talking to young people. I spent 17 years teaching high school. I have now been in the trades for 15 years.
If you are interested in an apprenticeship, download the application below and email it to us.