Employment Opportunities for St. Louis Roofing Contractors
The opportunities for St. Louis Roofing Contractors, and for union roofers across the country, are growing rapidly. As the economy expands, the construction and restoration industries will expand alongside it, and with them, the roofing industry is expected to grow and become more and more profitable in the years to come.
As the roofing industry becomes more profitable, so does a career with the St. Louis Roofing Contractors that are part of the United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers Local No. 2.
In our Apprenticeship Training Program, you can earn while you learn. The United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers Local No. 2 team offers you:
Competitive Wages and Benefits
Union pay scale provides roofers with excellent wages, in addition to medical coverage, pensions and other fringe benefits that help to protect the Union Roofer and his or her family, and also help to plan for retirement, annuities, even vacation.
Opportunities for Advancement
Experienced, skilled roofers may become supervisors. Roofers with good organizational skills and the ability to work well with people may go on to become estimators or assume other management positions.
There are over 40 Local No. 2 St. Louis Roofing Contractors in the St. Louis area right now, and employment growth in the roofing industry is expected to continue well into the future.
The United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers Local No. 2 meet regularly to discuss regular agenda items, as well as the issues of the day. These meetings will afford you an opportunity to get to know your peers and to network with other roofing professionals.
Union-trained Roofers and Waterproofers workers are qualified to work in the industry for life, and receive continuing education and training as the industry evolves, in order to keep up their skills.
For more information on employment opportunities, including more detailed wages and benefits information, an overview of our Apprenticeship Program, and more, continue browsing our website. If you have questions, feel free to visit our Contact Us page and fill out our contact form, or call (314) 535-9683 to speak with a staff member in our office.