Yes, we’re hiring. Always. Our largest need is for home inspectors, but we’re always looking to meet talented, high-quality people. As of May 1st, 2020, we’re looking to add another client care coordinator to our team.
We are a home inspection company that delivers an unparalleled level of service, and the best inspections that money can buy through high-quality inspection reports delivered in a timely manner. We have achieved our success by transparently sharing our methods for inspecting and writing reports. Structure Tech was established in 1987. Read more about our Vision, Mission, and Culture here.
Structure Tech benefits
We were named a Best Place to Work by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal in 2018. Benefits for full-time home inspectors include:
- Set your own schedule
- Unlimited vacations/time off
- Health insurance
- Disability insurance
- E&O + general liability insurance
- Some of the highest home inspection commission splits in the country – up to 50%.
We give back
We have fun
We like each other and we have fun together. Being a home inspector is a lone-wolf type of job, so we try to make up for that with regular team events, training, and family parties.
Home inspectors at Structure Tech must be comfortable walking roofs with a 6/12 pitch, be able to carry a 28′ extension ladder, be comfortable climbing around in attics, into and out of window wells, under sinks, and through tight crawlspaces.
The ideal job candidate will be an experienced home inspector with excellent communication and writing skills who is willing to learn new ways of doing things. A less attractive candidate would be someone with no home inspection experience, but someone who has experience in one or more trades, has attended a home inspection school and has excellent communication and writing skills. A less attractive candidate would be someone who has only attended a home inspection school and has excellent communication and writing skills. An even less attractive candidate would be someone with no trade experience but has attended a formal home inspection training school, and has excellent communication and writing skills. Take away the communication and writing skills and they wouldn’t be a candidate.
Also, all potential candidates must be graduates of a home inspection training school.
If you’re interested in joining our team as a home inspector, please start by reviewing The Structure Tech training process. That was written in 2018, so it’s not completely up-to-date anymore, but it gives a good idea of what takes place.
Finally, please send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.