How do I find out what positions are available at Town & Country?
Visit the Careers Page on the Town & Country website to learn more about some of the positions often available at Town & Country. You may also visit an Town & Country branch location and speak with the Branch Manager. To find an Town & Country location near you, please visit our branch locator page.
How can I apply for a position with Town & Country?
Visit the Careers Page on the Town & Country website to learn more about some of the positions often available at Town & Country. From a position page, you may download, complete and submit an application to the Town & Country location of your choice by mail or in person. You also have the option to email your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I apply for a job even if there are no openings?
Town & Country welcomes anyone to apply at any time. If we don't have an opening when you submit your application, we will keep it on file for one year.
What happens to my application once I have submitted it?
Completed applications are typically kept active for consideration for 90 days, however this may vary by location.
What type of experience do I need to apply at Town & Country?
The amount of experience required often depends on the position for which you are applying. You will want to review the Careers Page of this site to learn more about some of the positions often available at Town & Country. The suggested experience may be desired but not necessarily required. Don't let any concerns about qualifications and/or experience keep you from submitting an application.
May I apply for more than one position?
Town & Country encourages people to apply for any position - or positions - for which they feel qualified or have an interest in pursuing.
What is the minimum age to work at Town & Country?
Due to the machines, equipment and type of work performed at Town & Country, associates must be 18 years old for most positions. Occasionally there may be an exception to this rule for candidates over the age of 16 - so please complete an application even if you feel your age may be a concern.
Is there any specific criteria required to apply at Town & Country?
Town & Country is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome and encourage diversity in our workplace. The only qualification is that applicants and future associates have a desire to meet and exceed our customers' expectations.
What happens if I am being considered for an open position?
Town & Country receives a substantial number of applications every day. If there is a position open and your qualifications and/or interests seem to fit that position, you may be contacted by an Town & Country representative for an interview. Interview and hiring decisions are based on our assessment of the candidate that best meets the requirements of the position, is a good fit and who is best able to perform the essential functions of the job.
What advancement opportunities exist at Town & Country?
Town & Country takes pride in being able to promote from within whenever possible. Whether your goal is to become a world-class driver or manager or a branch manager, to be a part of the Town & Country sales team or to work at a district, regional or national level, Town & Country wants to help turn that goal into a reality. With Town & Country's growth and expansion, our associates have multiple avenues to advance professionally and personally and to reach the goals they set for themselves. The centerpiece of our associate training initiative is ABC University. The training and education we provide through ABC University builds associates' knowledge and skill, which supports our mission of providing world-class service to our customers and helps associates meet their personal career goals.
What benefits does Town & Country offer to their associates?
For eligible associates, we provide a comprehensive benefit package that takes effect on their 91st day of employment. Eligible associates may enroll during their first 90 days of employment and also during an annual enrollment period thereafter. Some of these benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, Life and Optional Life Insurance; Prescription Drug Plan; Short-Term and Long-Term Disability; Flexible Spending Accounts; Paid Holidays and Vacations; a 401(k) Savings Plan; and much more!
What is it like to work at Town & Country?
The work can be fast-paced, challenging, exciting and fun. Associates working as part of an Town & Country team, soon realize that even the most challenging tasks become a valuable learning experience. Town & Country associates work hard… but play just as hard!
What is the starting wage at Town & Country?
Town & Country pays competitive market wages to all of our associates. We base an associate's wages, and any wage changes, on the associate's specific duties and responsibilities. The wages assigned and adjusted over the course of an associate's career will vary by position, by location and by each associate's experience.