With the Best Service Company in Northern Virginia
Dwyer desires to employ professional craftspeople in the plumbing and HVAC trades. We also seek other motivated individuals who want to learn a trade and serve customers. We participate in the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry’s Trade Apprenticeship Program and will sponsor qualified employees aiming to take advantage of this opportunity. We are an equal opportunity employer. The ideal candidates exhibit the positive traits listed below:
Technical Expertise. The employee’s level of knowledge and skill for the type of work which they perform. They follow accepted procedures; they analyze and remedy mechanical repair problems effectively the first time and correctly install assigned work the first time; they ask for help when needed in making a decision; they triple check their work; they produce the quantity of work needed, and they produce quality, cost-effective results.
Safety Consciousness. The employee’s level of care and caution for safety. They use safety equipment without being reminded, including leather work shoes, goggles and hardhat; are cautious with respect to potential hazards to themselves and those around them on the job and while traveling; practice personal hygiene to minimize injury and infection.
Communication. The employee’s level of effort to communicate with those around them. They speak and write clearly and intelligently with customers, supervisors and co-workers; they don’t use vile or profane words; they listen and respond positively to instructions, advice and criticism.
Educational Advancement: The employee’s level of participation in educational opportunities. They take advantage of professional education and technical training programs; they exceed the minimum attendance, participation and examination requirements; they ask questions to learn; they learn from the mistakes of others, and they avoid making the same mistake twice.
Commitment. The employee’s level of desire to accomplish corporate objectives, especially sufficiency. They follow policy and procedures; they obey directions; they readily accept the challenge of new work assignments and use planning to effectively accomplish results and minimize problems; work well unsupervised; are sober and disciplined; do their best to serve the customer and the company; make a decision and follow through on it; they set achievement and advancement goals and stick with them until accomplished.
Honesty. The employee’s truthfulness in words and actions. They can be trusted in all respects; they always speak the truth regardless of the consequences; they give “eight hours’ work for eight hours’ pay”; they stay within the bounds of authorization.
Dependability. The employee’s level of consistency in behavior. They are steady; they always report on time; they always stay with the job until their work is accomplished; they always complete required paperwork on time without being asked; they meet scheduled deadlines.
Appearance. The employee’s professional appearance while at work or in uniform. They strive to always project a professional image; they maintain a reasonably neat, clean, groomed and uniformed appearance.
Attitude. The employee’s outlook while at work. They strive to serve and please those around them, especially customers; they are cheerful and cooperative; they maintain good working relations with customers, supervisors and co-workers.
Cleanliness. The employee’s level of effort to keep tools, truck and job sites clean. They keep tools, equipment, vehicle and job sites in reasonably clean and ready condition; they regularly wash their assigned vehicle without being asked; they properly dispose of the trash their work generates.
Conservation Effectiveness.The employee’s level of efficiency in performing assignments. They do not waste time or effort of self or of others; they take proper care in the use, maintenance and security of materials, tools, equipment and vehicles; they recover salvageable scrap; they meet job cost objectives.