Tired of wondering what to do with your life? Are current events making you feel like you are going nowhere? Then maybe it’s time you make a change. At Howe we offer growth, plain and simple. We have employees that have started at the bottom and worked their way to project managers and higher. “Howe” would you like the opportunity to grow with a company that is truly leading the way in the industry? We offer the same benefits as our competitors with the addition of one thing - GROWTH. If you're not familiar with the benefits that are being offered, here are a few that we have: PAID health insurance, profit sharing "weekly bonus opportunities", vacation, on-the-job training, and continuing education. Download our paper application here. If none of our current open positions seems right for you, but you would like us to still consider you for future employment, contact our HR Department here.
Our starting pay is $13 an hour with no experience for Apprenticeship positions
Profit Sharing Incentives Paid to Employees - "Weekly Bonus Opportunties"
2012 - $81,103
2013 - $134,014
2014 - $159,343
2015 - $160,115
2016 - $201,211
2017 - $195,429 (Currently)
Current Positions Available - Click Job Title To APPLY ONLINE
This individual will identify problems related to forced air heating systems, boiler systems and cooling systems. Also, this team member will be responsible for the installation of HVAC systems and performing basic plumbing repairs and installations.
Howe offers complete commercial HVAC services for projects of all sizes throughout a four state region including South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska. Our commercial HVAC service team leader, Adam Sundermann, explains a few things about commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.
It’s time to put air conditioning maintenance on your radar to ensure having a cool, comfortable home once the high temperatures arrive. Here are a few proactive tips to help make sure your air conditioning is ready to go, and how to keep it functioning properly this summer.