Frazer Overview

  • Houston, TX
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 1956
  • Company - Private
  • Health Care Products Manufacturing
  • $25 to $50 million (USD)


Frazer, Ltd. is the nation’s leading provider of generator-powered vehicles, serving the Fire, EMS & Mobile Healthcare industry across the country for over 30 years. We specialize in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) vehicles suitable for licensing and use as Mobile Clinics, ...
Mission: Frazer generator-powered vehicles are built versatile and flexible from the ground up, allowing them to fit almost any type of service. The Type I and Type III vehicles are geared towards serving the EMS industry, including the new Mobile Stroke Unit which is the first emergency ...

Frazer Reviews

Recommend to a Friend
Approve of CEO
Laura Richardson
Laura Richardson
8 Ratings
Oct 10, 2019
Frazer icon

"Fazer is a great place to work and grow"

Former Employee - Premake Assembler in Houston, TX
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

I worked at Frazer full-time for more than 3 years


Frazer is a growing company with competitive pay. The number one reason people leave jobs is problems with their supervisor. Not here! All the managers are wonderful people and everyone has an open


The only con was the driving distance for me. Like most places, you get back what you give and Frazer was good to me.

Advice to Management

Keep on doing what you're doing and strive to take Frazer all the way to the top. Rewarding terrific employees and weeding out the bad ones. Continue making processes and planning with each other to
See All 41 Reviews

Frazer Photos

+ Add Photo
Frazer photo of: [photoCaption]Frazer photo of: [photoCaption]Frazer photo of: [photoCaption]Frazer photo of: [photoCaption]Frazer photo of: [photoCaption]Frazer photo of: [photoCaption]Frazer photo of: [photoCaption]

Frazer Interviews

Getting an Interview
In Person33%
Applied online33%

  1. [employerShortName] icon

    Recruiter Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied online. I interviewed at Frazer (Houston, TX) in Feb 2020


    This is for the Recruiter/Trainer Position. The process is very old school. Typical culture survey and application. The recruiter calls to screen you with very standard questions. From there, they move fast. I was called in the afternoon and asked to be there in the morning at 7am. Which the front desk arrived right at 7:00am and was a complete mess. Did not start me on the math and computer testing until 35 minutes of me being there. I was provided a link to fill out a formal application which did not work even when I copy and pasted it. They have you take an assessment on a mini laptop in the front lobby. They don't offer you a desk or comfortable place to type. I had to complete the application at location which delayed me getting to my other appointment on time. I had a panel interview with a mix of higher level and mid level employees and it was pretty typical. I was over the process, once I saw how unorganized the establishment was. They use spreadsheets for recruiting and their systems and processes seem extremely outdated. So, I just gave a minimal interview and kindly sent an email to withdrawal my application. I can guarantee they will not draw quality candidates with their current processes. It seems the panel has a bad guy and good guy psychology as the recruiter was attempting to play the antagonistic role while the President was allot more relaxed and natural.

    Do you have a problem with being wrong? What do you suck at? Tell me about yourself? What are your hobbies outside of work? Questions, specific to job role and processes? Why do you want this job? Tell me why you would be the best candidate for the job?

    3 Answers

See All 6 interviews

Frazer Awards & Accolades

  • Inner City 100Fortune2017

Frazer FAQ

(6 Questions)

All answers shown come directly from Frazer Reviews and are not edited or altered.

See questions about:

What is health insurance like at Frazer?

...Free healthcare for full time employees...

January 5, 2019

Read more

Work at Frazer? Share Your Experiences

Click to Rate