Roof Loader

Palmetto, FL, US


A roof loader helps unload multiple bundles of shingles to the ground or rooftop as well as other building materials. Rooftop loading may be on a flat or sloped roof and on one or two stories. Safety is always the number one priority for a roof loader. Rooftop loaders may also help load the truck as well as check the order for accuracy. This is normally a Monday through Friday shift, most often with early starts time.

As Beacon is a values-based company, a Roof Loader will represent our values

We put PEOPLE first–Helping teammates, customers, and partners BUILD MORE.

We make every day safe–We have an unwavering commitment to safety

We do the right thing-We choose the right way over the easy way

We never stop building–Strive to be a little better today than we were yesterday

Building better for the environment–We have a plan to reduce carbon emission intensity 50% by 2030


Day to day duties of a roof loader may include:

Be on the rooftop helping to unload multiple bundles of shingles (that weight 60-80 per bundle) and building products with the highest focus on safety

Some jobs may not be a rooftop drop; in these cases, the roof loader would assist the driver with the ground drop for that jobsite

Verify order contents prior to loading the delivery truck

 Ride with the driver and arrive to the job sight safely

Assist with setting up the delivery and ensuring all safety measures are in place and being used

Deliver building materials locally to residential/commercial job sites

Manually offload materials from flatbed to rooftop using a conveyer belt and safety harness.


Successful roof loaders should have:

“Our goal at Beacon is to cultivate an environment where all ideas are welcomed, and all our people feel empowered.”