While there are numerous reasons we think working at Granger is second to none (in no order), we’re focusing on one claim—we provide careers.
There’s a fair amount of debate about what constitutes a career versus what is just a job, but people seem to agree on a few main points:
- A job is about earning money. While you will still earn money with a career, it’s not the only perk.
- A job doesn’t usually have a lot of impact on your future, while a career helps you gain experience and skills for a brighter future.
- A job is short-term. It’s for the here and now. A career is a long-term situation.
Which one is what you’ll get working for Granger? To a certain extent, that depends on you, but just about any position at Granger can develop into a promising career.
So, more than just money. Check.
An environment where you can gain experience and skills. Check.
A stable, long-term situation. Check.
But don’t take our word for it.
Ask Tony V., who started at Granger as a driver in 2006 and is now an operations supervisor at Granger Disposal Center of Alma.
Or ask Kyle D., who’s been steadily building his retirement fund while driving a garbage truck at Granger for the past 32 years.
And you don’t have to look far to find other associates like these at Granger. As of 2016, nearly half of our associates have been with Granger 10 years or more, and 17 percent employed more than 20 years. While that may seem like we’re a bunch of Baby Boomers and Gen Xers, just about half of our workforce is under the age of 40. We’re seasoned, we’re youthful and we’re a growing family.
To find out more about a career at Granger and view our current openings, visit our career page.