Campbell-Sevey, Minnetonka, MN is an award-winning HVAC Commercial and Industrial Sales Representative Company representing premier manufacturers in the areas of steam, air and water. We are recognized for finding intelligent solutions that best fit the needs of our customers and making them more energy efficient. We continue to grow and are seeking motivated individuals to join our team in the following positions:
Are you a rockstar interested in the industry?
Never fear if you don't see what you do above. As a growing company, Campbell-Sevey is always looking for people like you. If you are interested in joining our team and having fun, please reach out to us.
4 Reasons to Work at Campbell-Sevey
Non-Commission Team Approach
We collaborate as a team when working with our customers. Our sales staff is not paid on commission, so we are always focused on what solution in the best interest of our customers. It’s the way business should be done.
A Whole Systems Approach
Our goal is to provide solutions that integrate with and improve our customer’s overall system. Because our team has expertise in all areas of steam generation, we understand how components work together and how they affect one another upstream and downstream. This is critical in limiting risk of downtime and additional costs due to additional issues popping up.
We Are Good at What We Do
When the work you do makes an impact, and it’s something you can be proud of, everyone is happier. Campbell-Sevey has been recognized for the past 3 years by CenterPoint Energy and Xcel Energy for the energy saving work we do on behalf of our customers.
A Great Culture
We have a talented team that has fun working together. It shows every day in the way we treat each other and in the fun things we do throughout the year to celebrate.
Campbell-Sevey originated in 1937 as the Hoyt A. Sevey Company. Hoyt was an employee of Republic Flow Meters Co. of Chicago. In 1929 he moved to Minneapolis as a sales/service representative. As the Depression wore on in the ’30s, Hoyt started his own company.