EquipmentShare Overview

  • Columbia, MO
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
  • 2014
  • Company - Private
  • Commercial Equipment Repair & Maintenance
  • $500 million to $1 billion (USD)

EquipmentShare is a construction technology solutions company helping the modern-day contractor work smarter. With our solutions for renting and purchasing equipment and our top-notch customer service experience at our brick-and-mortar rental locations, we’ve captured customers ...
Mission: EquipmentShare is dedicated to creating a connected jobsite for the modern contractor. We deliver technology-driven solutions for construction industry professionals, and we provide a better equipment rental experience, fleet tracking software and hardware security solutions to ...

EquipmentShare Reviews

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Jabbok Schlacks
Jabbok Schlacks
54 Ratings
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"Good Company"

Dec 11, 2020 - Telemetry Technician in Shreveport, LA
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO


Schedule, management, upstart company, pay,


Need more hands on deck.

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Keep up the good work.
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EquipmentShare Interviews

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Employee Referral17%

  1. Business Intelligence Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Kansas City, MO
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview

    I applied through other source. I interviewed at EquipmentShare (Kansas City, MO) in Sep 2020


    I had four hour-long interviews over the course of two weeks. These were all over Zoom due to COVID19. They were very quick to follow up after every step, which I appreciated. I had an introductory interview with the initial person I made contact with, the director, I met the team, and then I had a technical interview. Everyone I met was very nice, and I enjoyed talking with all of them.

    I had a negative interview experience because I made it extremely clear that I was entry level, I was assured multiple times that was OK. The problem came with the tech check, but the problems were extremely complex, and the test was designed for someone who had years of experience. It was uncomfortable and awkward for all parties, and I think they need to get on the same page about the experience level that they are looking for before asking someone to invest 4 hours into their interview process.

    The director did mention that an entry level BI Developer could expect to make $75K.

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...We have great benefits (Health, Disability, Life, Dental, Vision, Vacation), they are almost finished building the company gym, we have an incredible kitchen staff that prepares a great breakfast and lunch for us every day (free), we get involved with helping the community and everybody is always happy....

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