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Are you a senior resinous floor expert with prior job-site experience?
Are you a team player with keen attention to detail, who can communicate effectively with the rest of the team and work closely with our important customers?
Do you enjoy teaching and helping people solve problems?
If so, we may have an opportunity for you as a resinous flooring technician consultant work in our office offering phone support to our customers.
We’re Everlast Epoxy, a nationwide commercial flooring manufacturer with an office in Oxnard (it’s on the 17th floor of the Morgan Stanley Building).
Advise our sales team on project-specific product recommendations
Advise our customers on the importance of surface preparation and make recommendations on which methods will give their new floor the highest chances of success
Advise our customers on how-to properly install the product they purchased from us
Advise our customers (and their customers) on how to properly maintain their floor
Help solve problems that come up with the installation process or with the finished flooring
We sell a wide range of epoxy, urethane, polyaspartic, and polyavastic floor coatings.
We also sell both novalac and urethane slurries and mortars, anti-static floor coatings, and traffic deck coating systems.
Our flagship product is Everlast® Floor - a 100% solids epoxy, marble-chip and quartz aggregate that is troweled in place for a seamless, evenly textured, slip-resistant finish that withstands spills, impacts, heavy foot traffic, stains, and more.
Best of all, it can be installed over new concrete, wood, tile, VCT, and many other types of commercial flooring by our large network of installer-dealers or by most flooring contractors.
As an example of our dedication to educating our customers is a recent video series we filmed: Season 2 of Everlast® Epoxy vs Neverlast FlooringWatch the Series Here
Prior to founding Everlast Epoxy, David Linton had owned both a retail flooring store and a commercial flooring contracting business. When his contract flooring business first started out, his team spent the bulk of their time tearing out tons of two- and three-year-old quarry tile just to replace it with new quarry tile. “It was a vicious cycle for our customers, and we couldn’t help but wonder: if the tile didn’t work the first time, why would it work a SECOND time?” David said.
“Floors should last—it was an idea we could all get behind. But it was clear to us that the solutions on the market at the time weren’t getting the job done. So, we did something about it.”
It started with a simple goal: create a better flooring solution for our restaurant clients. We toured facilities, visited restaurants and checked every option out there, finally deciding that epoxy flooring had the most potential—but it hadn’t yet reached it’s potential. While epoxy resins were clearly tough, the floors we inspected still had suspiciously low lifespans.
Working with our own experts and a team of scientists, we quickly discovered the problem. There weren’t enough resins in finished epoxy floors to provide the "permanent" durability that restaurants needed. To cut costs and line their own pockets, manufacturers were using an excess amount of aggregate and skimping on resins. And those resins? They weren’t designed for commercial kitchen use.
After this discovery, we set out to develop our own resins—specifically for restaurant kitchen use. Our floor formula contains some of the strongest and most expensive resins around. One of the ingredients in the Everlast® Floor is also used in the construction of F-16 fighter jets as a way to add toughness without adding to the weight by using heavy metals such as steel. So as you might imagine, our floors are well armored for some of the toughest conditions imaginable!
Once word got out on how well our Everlast Floor was performing in restaurants, we started getting requests for durable floors for other uses. So we formulated new solutions and added many new flooring products to our line of flooring solutions. And that was the beginning of today’s Everlast Epoxy.
We’re dedicated to creating and providing the healthiest, most durable and easiest-to-maintain floors for commercial facilities.
No matter the project or the client, we’re committed to:
A customer-first approach
Dedication to our work, our products and to each other
Good old fashioned INTEGRITY
It’s how we’ve done business since day one — and how we’ll ALWAYS do business, today and tomorrow.
Resinous flooring systems (epoxy, urethane, and polyaspartic)
Urethane mortar trowel downs
The ability to finish cove base
The understanding of surface preparation by mechanical means and the ability to run a shot blast machine and diamond grinders to properly prepare a concrete surface
The understanding of concrete moisture and hydrostatic pressure testing methods and moisture vapor reduction systems
More than just the required know-how from years of real world job experience, we need someone who genuinely cares about people and wants to help them.
Someone who can pick up on tips that the customers let on during your conversations and are willing to explore possible solutions to problems that the customer may not even be aware of.
This is a full time position. Our office hours are 9 AM - 5 PM, but we can be flexible to work with your schedule. For example, you may prefer to start work at 8 AM or 10 AM and work until 4 PM or 6 PM.
Please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and answer ALL of the following (only complete answers will be considered):
• Where did you see our ad or job posting?
• What interests you about this opportunity and why do you think you might be a good fit?
• How far away from Oxnard do you live?
A resume is not required, but if you have one, feel free to send it as well.
Thanks again for your interest, and we look forward to hearing from you!