Bassett was built on the idea that the welfare of the employee and of the company are tied together. Neither can succeed unless the other one prospers. Every employee has an opportunity to participate and contribute. At the same time, every employee of the organization has individual responsibility for safety, quality, efficiency, and productivity. Customer satisfaction with our services can be assured through our constant pursuit of improvement in everything we do.
Bassett Mechanical is an equal opportunity employer, hiring without regard to race, creed, color, religion, age, sex or national origin.
WHY BASSETT MECHANICAL?
Bassett Mechanical is a family-owned company that delivers customized mechanical solutions with an industry-leading team of engineering, fabrication, installation, and service professionals.
Our company motto says it all. We Answer To You®. We answer to our customers, vendors, community and to our employees. Bassett Mechanical offers challenging opportunities to keep our employees engaged and equips our employees with the tools they need to succeed and grow in their career. We always encourage continued training and growth throughout an employee’s time here at Bassett. The competitive wages and benefits offered by Bassett are great but probably the best part of working here is the fantastic team environment. As an employee at Bassett, you really are a part of the Bassett family.
Here’s an inside view of what it’s like to work at Bassett Mechanical
Adam Earley, a Sheet Metal Apprentice, shares his experience and opportunities for career growth.
**PLEASE NOTE: Bassett Mechanical is a union employer and will give 1st consideration to sheet metal workers through the local Sheet Metal Workers Union and pipefitters/steamfitters and service technicians (HVAC & Ammonia Refrigeration) through the local Plumbers & Steamfitters Union. More information on these Unions and apprenticeship opportunities can be found using the links below:
Organization Management Services (OMS) provides administrative services for unionized mechanical construction contractor members. The OMS web-site provides information on apprenticeships for steamfitting, plumbing, sheet metal, and insulating.