Our People Make the Difference
Our partners, including our Union-certified glaziers*, have earned us a reputation as a top-quality provider of glazing services. We hire people who are creative, motivated, and enthusiastic — the kind of people who help us excel at design and engineering challenges.
Although experience is important, it is just one factor in our hiring process. We also consider each candidate’s attitude and willingness to grow, and whether they would be a good fit for our unique and collaborative culture.
In return, we offer an environment that encourages people to share their ideas and opinions as we focus on providing the best possible customer service.
*Our Arizona location is what is considered an “open shop.”
A Great Place to Work
Giroux Glass has repeatedly earned a coveted spot on multiple lists ranking “Best Companies to Work for.”
We are a proud Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) company and Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) that considers all of our employees as “partners.” Each one of us is personally invested in the success of our company and the satisfaction of each client.
Additionally, starting at the top with our CEO and president, Nataline Lomedico, 30% of Giroux Glass’ management positions are filled by women. This percentage far exceeds the norm for the construction industry as a whole, where women fill just over 10% of roles.
If this atmosphere sounds like one you’d like to be part of, please check out our current job openings or write us at [email protected].
Opportunity Awaits: Our Commitment to Veterans in Construction
Giroux Glass offers former service members new and exciting opportunities to utilize their skills and training learned while serving their country. We proudly support the hiring of veterans and employ many partners who are veterans. Our aim is to provide a fulfilling civilian career, an exceptional employee experience in our ESOP company that offers opportunities for growth and development, as well as competitive compensation.
“There are similarities between working in glazing for Giroux Glass and the military,” stated Greg Wright, VP of Nevada Operations and USN/USNR, Retired Chief Petty Officer E-7. “In the military, you’re deployed on missions with clearly-defined criteria of success. In glazing, our projects have well-defined objectives, with clear operational guidelines. In both, we rely heavily on our trusted colleagues and collaborate together to ensure a successful outcome. Veterans are well-suited to our working environment.”
Giroux Glass is proud that we have created a work environment where military and veteran families feel valued and can grow professionally to exceed their work and life-balance needs.