Insite Facades are market leaders in the Auckland construction industry and pride ourselves on delivering exceptional projects. We are a one stop shop for design, engineering, fabrication and installation of high-end façade, window, door, louvre and rain screen products.
Insite Facades, Woods Glass and WEC (Window Engineering Consultants) are all part of the Thermosash Group, who carry out large scale commercial façade projects with highly skilled staff. Insite also has a 'Rainscreen Cladding' division that deliver high spec projects of all sizes and shapes from residential and light commercial up to large commercial scopes.
Candidates applying with Insite and the Thermosash Group will be happy to join a fast paced and exciting industry, where all the hard work can be seen in the results of a new building façade added to Auckland's growing skyline.
With over 30 years in business Insite Facades has completed some of Auckland's most iconic buildings including;
Check our website for information of Thermosash Projects.
Insite Facades and the Thermosash Group have a great culture with a very low turn-over rate and a high number of staff that have long service of employment. Our team often have social events to celebrate successes or team building activities to have a bit of fun.
The group has approximately 550 employees nationwide. We are very diverse with over 11 different ethnicities of which a large portion are international, bringing their knowledge and experience from around the world to work with us.
Insite's prominence in the façade industry is a result of their core values that our team align with. Our reputation has been built on sharing the same goals to delivering exceptional outcomes. Candidates will need to align with these attributes and share a passion for achieving excellence.
The broad scope of façade work that we are engaged in, provides a range of roles for graduates who are prospecting employment; these are as follows:
Being focused on training and development we recognise that employees develop faster through ongoing learning and mentorship. This in turn pays back to the company through their experience, knowledge and competency gained further down the track. Ongoing improvement is critical to stay successful.
Insite's HR team will review all the candidates and CV's submitted. Your information provided will be entered into the HR database for close comparisons and to highlight any information that we may need from an applicant. If all the relevant credentials work out, then the applicant will be shortlisted and contacted by email to schedule a phone interview.
Applicants that are interested (or better suited) in a position within the Thermosash Group (nationwide) will be connected to the Thermosash HR department, to follow the same procedures below.
A phone interview can be a quick and easy way to allow both applicant and Insite to assess whether they want to move forward with a more formal sit down interview. If everything goes well for both parties an in-person interview will be scheduled.
Interviews are held at the Insite Head Office in Penrose, Auckland. Depending on the role the applicant is applying for, the Managing Director, Operations manager and/or HR advisor would be in attendance. Any out-of-town applicants will be asked to interview via Skype or Zoom.
Upon receiving a verbal offer over the phone, an employee agreement and onboarding package will be sent out to you to formalise your employment. This can be read, reviewed, signed and returned.
All employees go through an onboarding and induction process to welcome them to the team. The staff will be inducted into the company policies and procedures, provided any equipment and uniforms, then given a tour around the office, facilities and sites.
Insite doesn't forget about their staff! After 3 months a catch will be arranged with one of the senior management staff to see how the new recruit has been getting on. They will answer any questions and look at what additional training requirements, mentorship and guidance need to be provided.
Any applicants who are on visas are required to advise their visa status with your CV submission.
At Insite we tailor the employment to you, employment agreements will be set up and development plans are established after 3 months. Each role is treated differently and can be discussed on a personal basis.
Training, educating and upskilling is of greatest importance to stay market leaders. A development pathway is provided for our staff, with a self-driven level of competency assessment system that assists their career progression. Staff are given performance development plans and placed on training to promote continuous learning.
New installers are offered to start a joinery apprenticeship with BCITO, while other disciplines are encouraged to further development through alternative courses and inhouse training.
Being part of the Thermosash Group provides opportunities to be involved with a much larger organisation, but at the same time, has the independence of a smaller business with a more personal touch.
Thermosash offer cadetships for select roles; whereby the cadets rotate through the businesses to gain experience in different fields. The cadetships on offer will depend on position and candidate availability.