Working as a Crew Member:
Crew members will be expected to learn and effectively integrate all safety procedures, operate various equipment, including site vehicles, use a variety of tools, and perform specialized assignments while working in Summer heat conditions.
Crew members play a key role in ensuring Central Seal quality standards are met on all completed projects.
The work season typically begins in April and ends near October. Weather permitting, most weeks involve overtime. While on the road, Central Seal provides hotel accommodations for our employees, and work schedules are organized by management personnel or the crew supervisor. While working in distant areas, the supervisor may elect to work 10 days on and 4 days off. Other times, work schedules can consist of working 5 days and off two. Central Seal provides a balance between work and home life to allow for rest and time with your family. Our seasonal schedule can require long hours during the Spring, Summer, and Fall months, but also allows time off during winter months.
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In order to maintain a safe work environment for both our employees and the traveling public, we require our drivers to be subject to both scheduled and random drug testing throughout the season. We also ask that applicants complete a certificate of violations to ensure that they meet the minimum requirements for safe driving
If you are ready to take the next step in your career and work for a company that actively strives to provide you with opportunities of growth and advancement, then apply today!
Central Seal Company is an employee-owned company. Our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) provides employees with an ownership interest and retirement plan through the company. Employees earn ESOP shares which are awarded annually by the trust to each qualifying employees’ account. ESOP shares are allocated to employees and may be held in an ESOP trust until the employee retires or leaves the company. An ESOP provides employees with an opportunity to contribute to the success of the retirement plan.
The value of the ESOP shares is determined by the total appraised value of the company at the end of each fiscal year.
Studies have found that ESOP participants made 5% to 12% more in wages and had almost three times the retirement assets as did workers in comparable non-ESOP companies.
ESOPs are regulated by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act [ERISA], a federal law that sets minimum standards for investment plans in private industry.