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When you work for Toll Company you are more than an employee number, you are an owner. When you work here, you can enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you own a part of the company you have helped build. We all accept the responsibilities of owners and enjoy the rewards of our hard work.

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Careers at toll

What does Employee Owned Mean?

Toll Company has been employee-owned since 1975 when Bob Toll, Founder and President decided to sell a part of the company to the employees via an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) as a way to pass on the business. Since 1975, the employees have purchased the entire company from the Toll Family and continue to grow the business and increase the value of their stock which they sell back to the company once they retire or leave the company. Want to know more? Check out our history here.

What is it Like to Work Here?

You spend half your life at work. Why does it have to be boring? We are an environment that encourages people to perform their job to the best of their ability and have fun doing it. Everyone has a part to play and are all important to helping us build a great company. There are no secrets here about how the company is performing and what direction we are going in since we share all our financials and management plans throughout the year. We are all owners who take pride in our work and take extra care of our customers.

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Toll Company offers each of its employee owners generous benefits including:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life, Short-term & Long-term disability insurance
  • Flexible Spending Plan
  • Health Savings Account
  • Paid Time Off
  • Supplemental Insurance
  • Health Club Discounts
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plan 
  • 401(k) plan
  • Weekly paychecks

Our Current Openings

Cylinder Painter

The Opening:
Toll Gas & Welding is looking for a part-time employee to paint compressed gas cylinders for our Production Department. The Painter will be responsible for cleaning, painting, and labeling compressed gas cylinder and helping out the other Crew Members as needed.

The Schedule:
Monday – Friday, 3-4 hours a day

The Job Duties:
– Scrap debris/labels off tanks
– Load tanks into cleaning machine
– Load tanks into paint ventilation booth
– Hand paint tanks with designated color
– Relabel tanks once dry
– Help out the other Crew Members as needed

The Requirements:
– Steel toe boots
– Able to lift up to 75lbs
– Show up for work every day
– Wants to work safely
– Able to stay on your feet for the full shift

Questions?

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