When you call Elliott Roofing, chances are that you will be greeted with the sweet voice of our beloved team member, Jonie. We sat down with Jonie to learn a little more about her and her passion for Elliott Roofing. Learn more about our office administrator below.
1. WHAT IS YOUR ROLE AT ELLIOTT ROOFING?
I am the office administrator at Elliott Roofing. Typically, I am the first person at our office to interact with customers and help guide them to the right person based on their needs.
2. WHAT DOES YOUR DAY-TO-DAY LOOK LIKE?
My day consists of talking to customers, answering questions and overseeing our accounts receivable and billing. I also oversee most company operations and administrative tasks, allowing me to work with the whole team.
3. WHAT ARE YOU MOST PASSIONATE ABOUT IN YOUR JOB?
I love that our company values the Golden Rule: treating others the way you want to be treated, both with our team and our customers.
4. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE PART OF WORKING AT ELLIOTT ROOFING?
My favorite part of working here is the team of people I get to work with. We all support one another, help each other out when needed and strive to make Elliott Roofing a fun place to work.
5. WHAT IS ONE OF YOUR FAVORITE ELLIOTT ROOFING STORIES?
Elliott Roofing gives back to our community and our customers when possible. We recently decided to show a token of our appreciation to one of our customers, an active member of the military stationed overseas. We decided to express our gratitude for his service to our country by waiving his remaining balance due. Our company’s initiative to give back is one of my favorite aspects about Elliott Roofing.
6. HOW DID YOU GET INTO THE ROOFING BUSINESS?
I landed at Elliott Roofing by happenstance. My previous employer was closing and a friend told me that Elliott Roofing was hiring and that it was a great place to work—they were right!
7. WHAT KEEPS YOU BUSY OUTSIDE OF WORK?
My grandkids keep me busy with basketball and soccer games.
8. WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT OKLAHOMA?
Oklahoma is home. It’s where family and friends are. I lived out of state for a few years, and it was nice, but it wasn’t home. Home is where your heart is, and my heart will always be here.