Careers

Ciesco, Inc. has been an area leader in distribution of building materials since 1987. Headquartered in Harrisburg, PA with locations in New Freedom, Downingtown, State College and Woodbridge, VA, we offer our employees stable work environments, opportunities for advancement, and benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 401(k) retirement funds. We are an equal opportunity employer with multiple positions available. Please see below for information about our current open positions.

Positions range from drivers and driver’s helpers to insulation installers for Stealth Insulation, our sister company. Available job openings are posted below, but you are welcome to contact our corporate Human Resources department, either online or send your resume by postal mail to the address shown on this page.

Open Positions


CDL A Driver/Boom Operator

  1. Make sure truck is in good operating condition, i.e.: lights work, oil and water levels are up, paper work for truck is all in order and make sure all equipment is accounted for.
  2. Make sure that all material for each order is on your truck before leaving the yard. Make sure you sign your ticket stating that all material is accounted for.
  3. Make sure load has been properly secured.
  4. Check your directions before leaving the yard.
  5. When you arrive at the job site, walk inside and plan how it is to be loaded.
  6. Before taking the truck onto the job site, walk around the site. Make sure that not only can you get in, but that you can get out without causing damage to yourself, the truck, or the building being loaded.
  7. Once you have positioned your truck and are ready to boom, re-walk the job.
  8. After the job is loaded, make sure that all windows are replaced, any studs that were removed are replaced, all dunnage is stacked on the truck and all your tools are accounted for.
  9. Train your helper to drive, boom and load houses.
  10. All tickets must be signed and notated with any problems.
  11. Know the rules of the road and adhere to them.

CDL B Driver/Boom Operator

  1. Make sure truck is in good operating condition, i.e.: lights work, oil and water levels are up, paper work for truck is all in order and make sure all equipment is accounted for.
  2. Make sure that all material for each order is on your truck before leaving the yard. Make sure you sign your ticket stating that all material is accounted for.
  3. Make sure load has been properly secured.
  4. Check your directions before leaving the yard.
  5. When you arrive at the job site, walk inside and plan how it is to be loaded.
  6. Before taking the truck onto the job site, walk around the site. Make sure that not only can you get in, but that you can get out without causing damage to yourself, the truck, or the building being loaded.
  7. Once you have positioned your truck and are ready to boom, re-walk the job.
  8. After the job is loaded, make sure that all windows are replaced, any studs that were removed are replaced, all dunnage is stacked on the truck and all your tools are accounted for.
  9. Train your helper to drive, boom and load houses.
  10. All tickets must be signed and notated with any problems.
  11. Know the rules of the road and adhere to them.

Driver’s Helper

  1. Learn the material.
  2. Make sure all material on the order is on the truck.
  3. Make sure material is strapped onto the truck while the driver is checking the directions.
  4. Once on the road you, are not just a passenger in the truck, help find roads you are looking for.
  5. Once you get to the job, walk the job with the driver, (they will instruct you as to what windows are to be pulled or what studs are to be removed, and which rooms are to be cleared for loading.)
  6. While the driver is pulling onto the job site you are to be guiding them. Remember you have to be in a position that you can be seen, no matter if they are going forward or reverse.
  7. While the driver is setting up the boom, you have to unstrap the load, pull the windows and get ready to load the house.
  8. Once the house is loaded, you have to replace all the windows that you took out and replace all the studs that were removed.
  9. You are responsible for the dunnage. Make sure it is on the truck before you leave the job site.
  10. Do what the driver tells you to do. They are in charge; if anything goes wrong, they are responsible.

Insulation Installer

  1. Measure and cut insulation for covering surfaces, using tape measures, handsaws, power saws, knives, or scissors.
  2. Cover and line structures with blown or rolled forms of materials to insulate against cold, heat, or moisture, using saws, knives, rasps, trowels, blowers, or other tools and implements.
  3. Fit, wrap, staple, or glue insulating materials to structures or surfaces, using hand tools or wires.
  4. Cover, seal, or finish insulated surfaces or access holes with plastic covers, canvas strips, sealants, tape, cement or asphalt mastic.