- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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 is a company built by contractors, for contractors. From equipment rental to technology, insurance to security, we know the challenges you’re facing. Because we’ve faced them too. And we’re in the solutions business. Everything we do is with one goal: to make your job (and your life) a little bit easier.
EquipmentShare is driven by six principles that guide every aspect of our business:
We live our values through everything we do. Integrity, respect, leadership, accountability – these aren’t just buzzwords for us. They’re who we are as a company. Our culture is defined by our values:
We’re a company of visionaries, groundbreakers and innovators set on revolutionizing the construction industry. To do that, we need passionate and capable people. People like you.
We know each individual is an integral part of our success, so we only hire the very best. At EquipmentShare, good isn’t good enough. We demand exceptional. And in return you can expect us to be fully committed to you, your life and your career. The only limits you’ll find here are the ones you put on yourself.
Are you ready to join us on the journey?
Medical, Dental & Vision
Competitive health packages keep you healthy and happy.
Working hard makes time off even more enjoyable.
Start saving for your golden years.
Spending time with friends and family is important to all of us.
We pay on par with or better than the industry average.
A People-first Culture
Whether it’s a stocked kitchen, team events or flexible hours, we value your happiness.
I have been working at EquipmentShare full-time
Great People. Cares about the people and allows stores to operate as their markets dictate. Good IT department that understands what people need to do their jobs efficiently and effectively.
Still growing so there are lots of changes as we grow. Not necessarily a bad thing.
Advice to Management
Listen to your people and include them. Don't allow growth to erode the vision of the company. Keep your people the most important asset you have. Continue putting structure and processes in place for success and longevity.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at EquipmentShare (Columbia, MO) in October 2019.
This is probably the most interesting company in town and a rare unicorn. I have worked in a similar industry and several tech startups in the past and decided to apply for the position at the time. I heard back from them only a few days later and spoke with the Marketing Director in person who was very savvy and transparent with me and I was further impressed with the position as I had a number of interviews at the time. I then spoke with a couple colleagues for round two and it seemed like a very positive, friendly atmosphere with a great culture.
While waiting in the lobby several people greeted me and said hi, they had a lot of visitors and new hires coming in and out. I loved the energy. Their HQ also used to be a former Ashley's Furniture building so there was a lot of open spaces. They offered a lot of flexibility and perks to their employees such as flex hours, remote work option, unlimited PTO and a on-site cafe. No doubt this had the atmosphere of a silicon valley rocket ship in the making.
I was invited in for a third and final round interview where I had to opportunity to speak with the CEO who I was very impressed with. I would say the whole process moved very quickly and took about 3 weeks. About three weeks later from my final interview, I did receive an offer from Equipment Share and I was ecstatic.
It was a very tough decision in the end as I had another offer at the same time and it was a $30k difference between similar positions. It was just too far apart. Although the company was booming, I was also concerned that the department was very small in a relatively large company in comparison, so career growth would be limited in the department. Everything else considered I would've taken the offer. It was a great experience and I enjoyed meeting everyone and would definitely recommend this company as an applicant or a customer.
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