Trust– It’s part character and part competency. Employees benefit from our team members having a high level of both character and competency.
Work-life balance– Let’s work together to create the perfect work-life balance for you.
Fair Treatment– We are proactive in our business practices, behaving ethically and treating our employees, suppliers, business partners and customers fairly.
Our Culture Stands Out–We pride ourselves in a happy and productive work environment with additional growth and income opportunities for our team members.
Flexible Scheduling – We know you have a life outside of work and we do our best to accommodate your schedule.
It is more than just a physical space of business at Diamond Heating and AirTemp Alaska. It’s our willingness to provide flexibility, investment in the growth of our employees, and the appreciation we have for our employees, that makes them committed and happy to work here.
Here’s What Our Employees Have To Say:
“Our client base is the best – longer term, excellent clients! Also, we are a Trane Comfort Specialist Dealer”. – Russ, Service Technician
“We are a customer-focused organization”. – Keith, Service Technician
“It’s more than a workforce, it’s a family”. – Demetrius, Service Technician
“If there is overtime available, I am able to work as much as I want. There is tremendous opportunity to learn and grow”. – Jim, Service Technician
“We have company vehicles for technicians, involved upper management, and have an extremely positive and friendly atmosphere in the office”. – Haylea, Sales Coordinator
“I’m not stressed out about coming to work! My bosses don’t hassle me”. – Troy, Installer
“I’ve been here 19 years, if I didn’t like it, I wouldn’t be here!” – Herm, Installer
“I know that if I need anything the team would go the extra mile to do whatever they can to help me. When problems arise, we do what is necessary to make sure our valued customers are taken care of in a timely manner which fosters a sense of pride in the workplace, as working for a company with strong morals and values is extremely important”. – Rich, Finance