Employment Opportunities

Does This Describe You?

  • At the end of the day, I like to admire my handiwork. I believe that it is better to get a job done right and with good care more than getting it done quickly. 
  • I care about my work and enjoy solving problems,.
  • I have am detail-oriented. Sloppy lock installations make me cringe.
  • I can’t help but check out the lock work everywhere I go. I love being a locksmith!
  • I truly enjoy the challenge of solving difficult locksmith and security problems
  • I am motivated, energetic and know how to work efficiently.
  • I like to figure out the best and sometimes creative ways to accomplish my objectives.
  • I work well with others, and I am looking to be part of a team.
  • I have confidence in my skill and talent and am comfortable explaining locksmith work to clients.
  • I am motivated and have goals and am looking for more from my job than just a paycheck.
  • I like learning new things and expanding and improving my skills. 
  • I take pride in my work and get a lot of satisfaction from a job well done.
  • I am comfortable discussing and am confident in my locksmith capabilities.
  • I am honest and feel it’s important to treat people fairly.
  • I can work well alone but understand that it takes a team effort to keep everything functioning properly.
  • I get along well with my co workers.

Are you looking for a company to call home? A company where you are able to grow as an individual and team member? A place where there are opportunities for advancement? A company where you are responsible for your own success? We are looking for an “A” players who strive to be an important and valued part of a dynamic group of motivated, ambitious, like-minded people.

We are not just looking for warm bodies, but for people who are seeking a long-term career with opportunities for advancement in a fast moving results oriented environment. We are a fast growing locksmith company and are always looking for skilled workers to join our team!

For more information on how to get started as a locksmith, please visit Penn Foster
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