EquipmentShare is Hiring a General Manager. EquipmentShare is
searching for an experienced General Manager to grow our rental
location in Shreveport, LA.
About EquipmentShare EquipmentShare is dedicated to creating a
connected jobsite for the modern contractor . We deliver
user-friendly technology solutions that help contractors maximize
their equipment uptime, reduce risk exposure and increase
productivity. EquipmentShare’s product offerings include an
improved equipment rental experience, fleet tracking and asset
management software, hardware security solutions and predictive
service and maintenance applications.
EquipmentShare is the fastest-growing, independently owned
construction equipment rental company in the country. We serve
dozens of markets across the U.S . and are on track to create a
national footprint in every major market in the country by the end
of 2023. Our branch locations are equipped with a broad range of
construction equipment, ranging from 150-foot telescopic booms to
120,000-lb. track excavators.
EquipmentShare’s rapid growth goes beyond meeting a demand for
equipment rentals in booming new markets. Instead, our mission
begins with our rental product, and it’s a testimony to our ability
to improve industry standards and better serve the customer. Our
expansion and customer retention is a validation of strong
contractor demand for the smart jobsite technology we’ve built into
our rental fleet. And it’s just the beginning of our journey to
establishing a global presence.
Your Opportunity to Grow with Us The EquipmentShare team is a
close-knit group of professionals who all share an interest in
providing a service and product that improve our customer’s
experience. Above all, we care about building something people
want, and the only way to do that is by assembling a skilled,
passionate and talented team. Our mission is to improve
productivity and efficiency throughout the entire construction
industry, and our people are how we make achieving that goal
We’re seeking a General Manager who loves a challenge and wants
the opportunity to grow with a fast-paced company. Industry
competitors often have layers of tenured management that create
barriers to career advancement. The opportunity for career growth
is unparalleled at EquipmentShare, where you’ll find no shortage of
challenging yet fulfilling work, chances to build new skills and
supportive teammates who will push you to achieve your best.
A General Manager oversees all operations at the local level.
What does that look like, exactly?
Lead by example and inspire others to perform to their highest
potential, maintaining a professional appearance at all times.
Build an awesome team. Source, interview, hire, train and
develop amazing people.. Conduct reviews and performance
evaluations as necessary to produce positive results. Train
employees and help them improve their skills. Provide guidance in
areas that may need improvement or correction and provide
documentation toward these efforts.
Ensure maximum branch performance. Manage operations to maximize
the financial success of the branch office. Maintain employment and
payroll levels, plus balance work hours and overtime.
Conduct monthly profit and loss reviews to understand the
business and business trends, identify areas for improvement and
future revenue opportunities and estimate profit projections.
Monitor metrics including, but not limited to: equipment
utilization; underperforming assets; warranty recovery; billed
mechanical hours; aged receivables and customer satisfaction.
Effectively, clearly and accurately communicate information so
everyone on your team is on the same page. Keep management informed
of issues and actions taken to improve issues with a sense of
Identify areas of conflict and determine and implement the
appropriate solution for the situation.
Establish reasonable and measurable goals with well defined
expectations for the position and team members.
Maintain a safe and healthy work environment by establishing,
following and enforcing standards and procedures while complying
with legal regulations.
About You Our mission to change an entire industry is not easily
achieved, so we only hire people who are inspired by the goal and
up for the challenge. In turn, our employees have every opportunity
to grow with us, achieve personal and professional success and
enjoy making a tangible difference in an industry that’s long been
resistant to change.
What You’re Working With:
You have at least 3-4 years of rental industry experience,
preferably in a management role.
You have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record.
You are authorized to work in the U.S. (without sponsorship by
the employer for a visa).
You have strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills.
You can adapt to the fast pace of a growing company and stay
continuously educated on the latest EquipmentShare products and
Why We’re a Better Place to Work Highly competitive
Insurance coverage benefits including Health, Vision and
Generous paid time off
Volunteering and local charity initiatives that help you nurture
and grow the communities you call home through EquipmentCare
Opportunities for continued education, mentorship and
professional development with conferences, seminars and more.
Since our founding in 2015, we’ve had explosive growth—and we’re
not stopping anytime soon. Ready to invest in our mission, invest
in yourself and discover a better place to work? Then we’d love to
meet you. Apply today.
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