Employee Spotlight on Nick Moczydlowski
For the month of November, we’d like to shine our Employee Spotlight on Nick Moczydlowki! Nick currently works as one of our Field Superintendents. Nick began his employment journey with KGa in February of 2011. If you’re interested in learning about what it’s like to be a Field Superintendent, keep reading about Nick Moczydlowski!
Nick’s Employment Journey
Prior to his experience at Kensington Glass Arts, Nick worked in a variety of different positions, including IT and retail. Nick started at Kensington Glass Arts in February of 2011 as a glass helper. After several years of hard work, Nick eventually made his way to be the Brown Team’s Field Superintendent.
Nick’s day primarily consists of measuring and coordinating ongoing jobs. Generally, Nick must oversee jobs from start to finish. Often, our field superintendents help set a job’s pace and make sure everything runs smoothly.
If you’re interested in reading more details about the job of field superintendent at KGa, you can read our Employee Spotlight on Derrick Curley, the Blue Team’s Field Superintendent.
What Nick Moczydlowski Loves About His Job
Nick says his favorite part of his job is that “no two days or jobs are the same. You learn something new on each one,” he explains. In fact, Nick says this was a primary reason he chose a career in construction. “I enjoy the daily change in scenery.” Further, Nick shares a sentiment many construction workers have. Nick says that he loves seeing an “empty space go from nothing to something.”
Nick’s Thoughts: Skilled Trades Versus College
When we asked Nick what advice he’d give a high school student choosing between a skilled trade job or going to college, Nick says it’s better to start with a skilled trade. “If you get into a trade and you don’t enjoy it, it’s easy to switch. However with college, if you pick the wrong major and change your mind it will cost you a lot of money.”
About Kensington Glass Arts
Kensington Glass Arts is a commercial glass Fabricator, Installer, and Commercial Service Division. KGa is always on the lookout for motivated individuals who want to build a future within the commercial glazing or glass fabrication trade. We have employees who began as part-time seam & wash technicians that are now in director-level positions. These employees are a testament to the career paths offered by starting your career at KGa. KGa’s motto is “The Future of Glass” and for good reason, we continue to push the envelope and make the impossible, possible. If you’re interested in becoming part of the future of glass, you can view our open positions here!