Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 by Danielle Beaver
The MIT program was designed by Bone Dry Roofing to give college or post-college students an opportunity to start in the roofing business. Managers in Training (MIT) are responsible for learning the ins-and-outs of the industry so that they can eventually move into an upper management role.
Other people who are qualified for this position include: employees who have worked here for at least a year and anyone who has graduated from college in the past two years.
Our recent MIT “graduate” Ryan Linder, now Assistant General Manager, started this program while still in college. He would work at Bone Dry in the summers to learn all facets of the company. He described the role as “starting with the basics, like repairs and how to install a roof the right way,” and then moved into sales, finance, marketing, operations, and logistics.
After months of learning the entire company and roofing industry, the MIT will then transition into a management role. By then, the manager should know most (if not all) Bone Dry employees and understand what the company stands for. As a result of the training, this person should already know their duties and have plenty of support along the way.
We are also hiring here at Bone Dry for various positions in various locations. Please click on the link below if you are interested in being a part of our family:
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