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Going the extra mile is second nature at Gibraltar – from cross-functional teams working together to load trucks to managers arranging emergency deliveries to customers to helping communities recover from a disaster. Supervisors strive to make the work lives of the people they supervise easier and safer, proving with their actions that Gibraltar cares about us as individuals.
I’ve worked in the greenhouse industry for nearly 20 years and started with Gibraltar in 2020. It is clear Gibraltar wants to make a difference in the world, and I’m proud to be a part of that mission. The organization invests in continued growth and development to create products and solutions that positively impact people’s lives and our environment.
Working at Gibraltar is like a breath of fresh air. The atmosphere is very welcoming and inclusive, and everybody works together to fulfill common goals. The company is always open to new ideas, and it values input from all employees. If something is not working, an employee can share feedback with their manager, and the concerns are heard and considered, with an open mind to identifying solutions.
Gibraltar provides the tools, support, and autonomy to produce unique, quality solutions for our customers in the most efficient, safest, and most ethical way possible. We do it right. That’s important because our projects are large, and they wouldn’t work if we didn’t have these values.
We provide value to our clients that no other company can provide because our boots are in the dirt and on the site. Our teams are dedicated to completing the project regardless of the obstacles we face. My absolute favorite part of the job is working with our team. Whether it’s management or field staff, the company provides positive affirmation, and it’s contagious. We believe in what we do and never quit.
Gibraltar supports its employees by providing training and opportunities for professional growth, regardless of job title or position. When I started at the company 27 years ago, I was working part-time and attending college. Today, I handle human resources and payroll for our location, among other duties, and recently became the lead for our safety training. Employees can suggest training ideas, and the company will consider those because it wants everyone to have the tools they need to succeed.