Careers

Fick Bros. is always looking for motivated, hard-working, career-minded individuals to join our team! If you are committed to quality, have a passion for roofing or exterior remodeling and care about people, then we want you to submit your resume today.

Joining Fick Bros. means working for an industry leader that offers competitive pay, stability and an opportunity to turn a job into a career. We offer a comprehensive benefits package design to enhance the lives of our team members and their families.

Our employees are our most valuable asset. We are committed to providing:

  • A safe, drug-free work environment
  • Competitive pay and benefits
  • Quality, knowledgeable leadership
  • Indoor training facility for employees to build skills in bad weather (And get paid!)

Our outstanding benefits package includes:

  • Medical Plan
  • Dental Plan
  • Vision Plan
  • Profit Sharing
  • 401k Retirement Plan
  • Bonuses
  • Paid Vacation

Fick Bros. is an equal opportunity employer.

Positions Available:

Carpenter
Mason
Sales/Estimator
Sheet Metal Mechanic
Steep Roofing Mechanic

You can also contact us at 410-889-5525 in order to apply, or check on the status of your application.

Carpenter

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Job Description

  1. Report to work every workday at assigned time. Each morning requires setting up equipment. If one person is late this effects the performance of the group.
  2. Each morning check with the Foreman regarding materials required from the warehouse for that day’s work and load same on truck. “Back up” the Foreman by remembering items from the day before.
  3. On most occasions the truck will be loaded the night before to save loading time in the morning. Do not overload the truck; see the Production Manger for proper weight loading of the truck. A truck should not sit with a full load overnight.
  4. Before the truck leaves the warehouse, double check to make sure that all items are safely secured to prevent damage during transit. Double check that all ladder and planks are properly secured. Ladders should not hang over the back of the truck more than three feet without a red flag.
  5. If starting a new job, check to see if job sign was installed by Estimator. If job sign has not been installed and Pre-Installation checklist calls for one, make sure the Apprentice installs the job sign. If no Apprentice, the Mechanic installs the sign
  6. Understand fully the scope of the work for that day, as per the Foreman.
  7. Unload material and equipment from truck with Apprentice showing Apprentice the best place to put materials; close to the working area but not in the customer’s access to the house or garage. Avoid stockpiling material on lawns to avoid grass damage.
  8. Safely set up equipment as assigned by Foreman.
  9. Make sure all ladders are set or “blocked” at bottom to prevent slipping and tied to the top.
  10. Put gutter board or standoff at top of ladder to prevent damage to the customer’s gutters.
  11. Load materials onto roof without overloading the plank or the roof deck and load only enough materials for the day’s production. Left over materials must be removed from the roof at the end of the day or they may blow off.
  12. Follow the directions of the Foreman. Instruct Apprentice as required.
  13. A Mechanic shall not use a Fusing Torch unless he is a Certified Torch Mechanic. The Field Supervisor will issue a torch to Mechanics approved for fused applications. Never allow an Apprentice to use a torch without training and constant supervision.
  14. A Mechanic should not be “TOO BIG” to help in the cleanups. If there is no Apprentice, customer property is kept neat and clean by the Mechanic.
  15. All job debris is kept in a neat pile. a) Make sure equipment is disassembled and locked in a secure place.
    b) If there is no Apprentice, clean pneumatic equipment during the day and each night
    c) All trash in one pile.
    d) Use magnetic broom around perimeter of jobsite, especially the driveway.
    e) Anticipate material and equipment needs two days in advance.
    f) Write down what you will need on your next day planner.
    g) Write down any problems to be discussed with the Project Foreman, Field Supervisor or production Manager.
    h) IF TORCHING, INSPECT ROOF DURING APPLICATION for smolders and maintain a FIRE WATCH at least one hour after last torch application.
    i) Make sure the job is 100% watertight each evening.
  16. End of Job
    a) Go back over the complete roof checking all flashing details, etc.
    b) Check valleys and gutters to see that they are clean and free of any debris.
    c) Check all around house, bushes and gardens for any debris or damage to siding, windows, shutters, and landscaping.
    d) Use magnetic broom around perimeter of jobsite, especially the driveway.
    e) Make sure the jobsite is cleaner when you leave than you got there.

General Guidelines

Due to varied types of jobs, it is not possible to set down exact job descriptions for each person since different jobs take different amount of people. However, the Carpenter Mechanic should be the main producer installing material. If he has an Apprentice, the Apprentice should be instructed to perform work of less importance compared to actual material installation. An Apprentice is only productive if the Mechanic properly instructs and guides him. It is the Mechanic’s responsibility to see that the Apprentice is utilized properly. If there is no Apprentice, the Mechanic assumes his duties.

Relationship to other jobs

Carpenter Mechanic can be promoted to Foreman after learning all roofing, leadership, and customer relation skills and has shown he can handle apprentices under his direction.

Mason

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Job Description

  • Report to work every workday at assigned time. Each morning requires setting up equipment. If one person is late this effects the performance of the group.
  • Each morning check with the Foreman regarding materials required from the warehouse for that day’s work and load same on truck. “Back up” the Foreman by remembering items from the day before.
  • On most occasions the truck will be loaded the night before to save loading time in the morning. Do not overload the truck; see the Production Manger for proper weight loading of the truck. A truck should not sit with a full load overnight.
  • Before the truck leaves the warehouse, double check to make sure that all items are safely secured to prevent damage during transit. Double check that all ladder and planks are properly secured. Ladders should not hang over the back of the truck more than three feet without a red flag.
  • If starting a new job, check to see if job sign was installed by Estimator. If job sign has not been installed and Pre-Installation checklist calls for one, make sure the Apprentice installs the job sign. If no Apprentice, the Mechanic installs the sign
  • Understand fully the scope of the work for that day, as per the Foreman.
  • Unload material and equipment from truck with Apprentice showing Apprentice the best place to put materials; close to the working area but not in the customer’s access to the house or garage. Avoid stockpiling material on lawns to avoid grass damage.
  • Safely set up equipment as assigned by Foreman.
  • Make sure all ladders are set or “blocked” at bottom to prevent slipping and tied to the top.
  • Put gutter board or standoff at top of ladder to prevent damage to the customer’s gutters.
  • Load materials onto roof without overloading the plank or the roof deck and load only enough materials for the day’s production. Left over materials must be removed from the roof at the end of the day or they may blow off.
  • Follow the directions of the Foreman. Instruct Apprentice as required.
  • A Mechanic shall not use a Fusing Torch unless he is a Certified Torch Mechanic. The Field Supervisor will issue a torch to Mechanics approved for fused applications. Never allow an Apprentice to use a torch without training and constant supervision.
  • A Mechanic should not be “TOO BIG” to help in the cleanups. If there is no Apprentice, customer property is kept neat and clean by the Mechanic. All job debris is kept in a neat pile.
  • End of Day:
    a) Make sure equipment is disassembled and locked in a secure place.
    b) If there is no Apprentice, clean pneumatic equipment during the day and each night
    c) All trash in one pile.
    d) Use magnetic broom around perimeter of jobsite, especially the driveway.
    e) Anticipate material and equipment needs two days in advance.
    f) Write down what you will need on your next day planner.
    g) Write down any problems to be discussed with the Project Foreman, Field Supervisor or production Manager.
    h)Make sure the job is 100% watertight each evening.

General Guidelines

Due to varied types of jobs, it is not possible to set down exact job descriptions for each person since different jobs take different amount of people. However, the Mechanic should be the main producer installing material. If he has an Apprentice, the Apprentice should be instructed to perform work of less importance compared to actual material installation. An Apprentice is only productive if the Mechanic properly instructs and guides him. It is the Mechanic’s responsibility to see that the Apprentice is utilized properly. If there is no Apprentice, the Mechanic assumes his duties.

Relationship to other jobs

Mechanic can be promoted to Foreman after learning all masonry, leadership, and customer relation skills and has shown he can handle apprentices under his direction.

Sales / Estimator

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Job Description

Salesperson: Baltimore’s most respected exterior remodeling company has an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated salesperson. You must have prior success selling high end services in a highly competitive market with a short sales cycle.  You must have strong closing skills, excellent listening skills and consultative selling skills.  You should be goal oriented and able to work without supervision as part of a team.  Prior experience with in-home sales of roofing, home improvements, replacement windows, construction is helpful but not necessary.  The Fick Family has been serving the Baltimore metro since 1915. Customer satisfaction comes above all…Our customer surveys will make you proud to be part of this growing company.

General Guidelines

Requirements:

  • You must be physically able to carry to carry and put up a 32 foot ladder.
  • You must not be afraid of heights and able to climb on sloped roofs.
  • The candidate we select will be competitive, focused, pioneering, make decisions with the bottom line in mind and willing to learn our selling system.
  • You must be adaptable and coachable with a neat appearance, basic math, writing and drawing skills, and want to be paid what they’re worth.
  • You must have people and presentation skills.
  • We provide you with extensive training and support

Attractive benefits package includes :

  • Company vehicle
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
  • Profit Sharing 401K.
  • Commission paid on signed contract.
  • Drug free workplace. EOE

Sheet Metal Mechanic

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Job Description

  1. Report to work every workday at assigned time. Each morning requires setting up equipment. If one person is late this effects the performance of the group.
  2. Each morning check with the Foreman regarding materials required from the warehouse for that day’s work and load same on truck. “Back up” the Foreman by remembering items from the day before.
  3. On most occasions the truck will be loaded the night before to save loading time in the morning. Do not overload the truck; see the Production Manger for proper weight loading of the truck. A truck should not sit with a full load overnight.
  4. Before the truck leaves the warehouse, double check to make sure that all items are safely secured to prevent damage during transit. Double check that all ladder and planks are properly secured. Ladders should not hang over the back of the truck more than three feet without a red flag.
  5. If starting a new job, check to see if job sign was installed by Estimator. If job sign has not been installed and Pre-Installation checklist calls for one, make sure the Apprentice installs the job sign. If no Apprentice, the Mechanic installs the sign
  6. Understand fully the scope of the work for that day, as per the Foreman.
  7. Unload material and equipment from truck with Apprentice showing Apprentice the best place to put materials; close to the working area but not in the customer’s access to the house or garage. Avoid stockpiling material on lawns to avoid grass damage.
  8. Safely set up equipment as assigned by Foreman.
  9. Make sure all ladders are set or “blocked” at bottom to prevent slipping and tied to the top.
  10. Put gutter board or standoff at top of ladder to prevent damage to the customer’s gutters.
  11. Load materials onto roof without overloading the plank or the roof deck and load only enough materials for the day’s production. Left over materials must be removed from the roof at the end of the day or they may blow off.
  12. Follow the directions of the Foreman. Instruct Apprentice as required.
  13. A Mechanic shall not use a Fusing Torch unless he is a Certified Torch Mechanic. The Field Supervisor will issue a torch to Mechanics approved for fused applications. Never allow an Apprentice to use a torch without training and constant supervision.
  14. A Mechanic should not be “TOO BIG” to help in the cleanups. If there is no Apprentice, customer property is kept neat and clean by the Mechanic. All job debris is kept in a neat pile.
  15. End of Day:
    a) Make sure equipment is disassembled and locked in a secure place.
    b) If there is no Apprentice, clean pneumatic equipment during the day and each night
    c) All trash in one pile.
    d) Use magnetic broom around perimeter of jobsite, especially the driveway.
    e) Anticipate material and equipment needs two days in advance.
    f) Write down what you will need on your next day planner.
    g) Write down any problems to be discussed with the Project Foreman, Field Supervisor or production Manager.
    h) IF TORCHING, INSPECT ROOF DURING APPLICATION for smolders and maintain a FIRE WATCH at least one hour after last torch application.
    i) Make sure the job is 100% watertight each evening.
  16. End of Job
    a) Go back over the complete roof checking all flashing details, etc.
    b) Check valleys and gutters to see that they are clean and free of any debris.
    c) Check all around house, bushes and gardens for any debris or damage to siding, windows, shutters, and landscaping.
    d) Use magnetic broom around perimeter of jobsite, especially the driveway.
    e) Make sure the jobsite is cleaner when you leave than you got there.

General Guidelines

Due to varied types of jobs, it is not possible to set down exact job descriptions for each person since different jobs take Window Wellldifferent amount of people. However, the Mechanic should be the main producer installing material. If he has an Apprentice, the Apprentice should be instructed to perform work of less importance compared to actual material installation. An Apprentice is only productive if the Mechanic properly instructs and guides him. It is the Mechanic’s responsibility to see that the Apprentice is utilized properly. If there is no Apprentice, the Mechanic assumes his duties.

Relationship to other jobs

Mechanic can be promoted to Foreman after learning all roofing, leadership, and customer relation skills and has shown he can handle apprentices under his direction.

Steep Roofing Mechanic

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Job Description

  1. Report to work every workday at assigned time. Each morning requires setting up equipment. If one person is late this effects the performance of the group.
  2. Each morning check with the Foreman regardi ng materials required from the warehouse for that day’s work and load sa me on truck. “Back up” the Foreman by remembering items from the day before.
  3. On most occasions the truck will be loaded the night before to save loading time in the morning. Do not overload the truck; see the Production Manger for proper weight loading of the truck. A truck should not sit with a full load overnight.
  4. Before the truck leaves the warehouse, double check to make sure that all items are safely secured to prevent damage during transit. Double check that all ladder and planks are properly secured. Ladders should not hang over the back of the truck more than three feet without a red flag.
  5. If starting a new job, check to see if job sign was installed by Estimator. If job sign has not been installed and Pre-Installation checklist calls for one, make sure the Apprentice installs the job sign. If no Apprentice, the Mechanic installs the sign
  6. Understand fully the scope of the work for that day, as per the Foreman.
  7. Unload material and equipment from truck with Apprentice showing Apprentice the best place to put materials; close to the working area but not in the customer’s access to the house or garage. Avoid stockpiling material on lawns to avoid grass damage.
  8. Safely set up equipment as assigned by Foreman.
  9. Make sure all ladders are set or “blocked” at bottom to prevent slipping and tied to the top.
  10. Put gutter board or standoff at top of ladder to prevent damage to the customer’s gutters.
  11. Load materials onto roof without overloading the plank or the roof deck and load only enough materials for the day’s production. Left over materials must be removed from the roof at the end of the day or they may blow off.
  12. Follow the directions of the Foreman. Instruct Apprentice as required.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
  13. A Mechanic shall not use a Fusing Torch unless he is a Certified Torch Mechanic. The Field Supervisor will issue a torch to Mechanics approved for fused applications. Never allow an Apprentice to use a torch without training and constant supervision.
  14. A Mechanic should not be “TOO BIG” to help in the cleanups. If there is no Apprentice, customer property is kept neat and clean by the Mechanic. All job debris is kept in a neat pile.
  15. End of Day:
    a) Make sure equipment is disassembled and locked in a secure place.
    b) If there is no Apprentice, clean pneumatic equipment during the day and each night
    c) All trash in one pile.
    d) Use magnetic broom around perimeter of jobsite, especially the driveway.
    e) Anticipate material and equipment needs two days in advance.
    f) Write down what you will need on your next day planner.
    g) Write down any problems to be discussed with the Project Foreman, Field Supervisor or production Manager.
    h) IF TORCHING, INSPECT ROOF DURING APPLICATION for smolders and maintain a FIRE WATCH at least one hour after last torch application.
    i) Make sure the job is 100% watertight each evening.
  16. End of Job
    a) Go back over the complete roof checking all flashing details, etc.
    b) Check valleys and gutters to see that they are clean and free of any debris.
    c) Check all around house, bushes and gardens for any debris or damage to siding, windows, shutters, and landscaping.
    d) Use magnetic broom around perimeter of jobsite, especially the driveway.
    e) Make sure the jobsite is cleaner when you leave than you got there.

General Guidelines

Due to varied types of jobs, it is not possible to set down exact job descriptions for each person since different jobs take different amount of people. However, the Mechanic should be the main producer installing material. If he has an Apprentice, the Apprentice should be instructed to perform work of less importance compared to actual material installation. An Apprentice is only productive if the Mechanic properly instructs and guides him. It is the Mechanic’s responsibility to see that the Apprentice is utilized properly. If there is no Apprentice, the Mechanic assumes his duties.

Relationship to other jobs

Mechanic can be promoted to Foreman after learning all roofing, leadership, and customer relation skills and has shown he can handle apprentices under his direction.