Careers

The elevator industry is one branch of the economy that shows continuous growth and expansion. At DC Elevator, you will have access to our state-of-the-art training facility, leading industry training courses, and the NAEC CET and CAT programs.

Work with Us

Thank you for your interest to learn more about us, and welcome to our career section. At DC Elevator, we have a culture of excellence and strive to provide outstanding service for our customers. We offer an exciting, long lasting careers with excellent benefits, competitive pay, leading industry education and training, and advancement opportunities.

Should we have not posted any jobs above, please check back at a later date, and do not hesitate to contact us.


Elevator Mechanic Apprenticeship Program

DC Elevator works with Kentucky’s Labor Department by offering an Elevator Mechanic Apprenticeship Program. This program offers participants the opportunity to earn a competitive wage and benefits package, while they gain the training and experience needed for our industry.

 

Apprentices are offered hands on training on the job, and within our new training facility at our headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky.

We are the forerunner for training and industry leading education.  To learn more, contact us or reach out to the Apprenticeship and Mediation Department in Frankfort, Kentucky.

Certifications

Certified Elevator Technician (CET)

The purpose of the Certified Elevator Technician (CET) program is to provide the elevator industry with the knowledge and experience requirements needed as a technician. This includes industry codes, elevator and escalator technical theory, components, and competencies. If you are interested in becoming an CET, you can learn more about the process in the certification handbook, and by contacting us.

Certified Accessibility and Private Residence Lift Technician (CAT)

The purpose of the Certified Accessibility and Private Residence Lift Technician (CAT) program is to provide the accessibility industry with the knowledge and experience requirements for  compliance. This includes industry codes, specific technical theory, components, and competencies. If you are interested in becoming an CAT, you can learn more about the process in the certification handbook, and by contacting us.