Whether you’re transitioning from service back to civilian life or you’ve been out for a while, we invite you to join the A1 Garage Door Service Team. We proudly hire and employ veterans, and often, team members with previous military service become our top performers. That’s because of transferable skills, such as:
Adaptability: When working in a mechanical field, such as garage door service or installation, you must be able to think on your feet and pivot when necessary.
Teamwork: With A1 Garage Door Service, you’re not working alone. As a technician or installer, you’re working with and supported by our call center, dispatch, and field supervisor.
Integrity: We serve with a customer-first mindset and it’s important to make them feel empowered and confident in their decision. We do so by being straight-forward and honest in our approach.
Training: Our technicians and installers undergo an extensive four-week training program at our Phoenix headquarters, but they also need a never-stop-learning mentality while working in the field. If you’re interested in a career with A1 Garage Door Service, visit work4a1.com and apply today.
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Operation START (Soldier Transition Assistance, Rising Together) is A1 Garage Door Service’s mission to help veterans transition into civilian roles. With in-depth training, A1 recruits the best technicians the United States has to offer while teaching the ins and outs of the garage door service industry.
- DoD SkillBridge Program
- Mental health and work-life balance support
- Medical and dental insurance
- Weekly Pay
- Paid time off opportunities
- Career growth and promotion
- Multiple positions available in over 20 states
Heroes of A1
Awards & Accolades
- Top Work Places 2020, 2021, 2022 – AZ Central
- Amarr – Platinum Dealer 2021
- Best Garage Door Service and Installation Company – Kingman Daily Miner 2022
- The average recruiter/manager will take no more than 20 seconds to read a resume so it is important to be concise.
- Translate your experience into terms a non-military reader will understand.
- Include tools you have used and how many people you supervised (if you have led any teams), include general objectives and ranks of those led.
- Use bullet points rather than paragraphs.
- One to two pages is the preferred length your resume should be.
Keys to a successful interview
- Before the interview, research the company.
- Familiarize yourself with the job description
- Arrive early
- Listen carefully to each question asked
- Be aware of your body language and tone of voice
- Reinforce your interest in the position and thank the interviewer(s) for the opportunity to interview.