For over 50 years, Chase Brass has been producing brass rod in the USA for hundreds of different everyday items – faucet parts, auto parts, valves, hardware, couplings, sensors, etc. – and not so everyday parts like the 2002 Olympic Torch. In fact, you’d probably be surprised to know how many different objects you own that are made possible because of the physical characteristics of brass.
We work in a highly competitive market place where customers have high levels of expectations for receiving exactly what they need when they need it. That’s why we’re proud to report less than a 5% employee turnover, and the average length of employee service is over 17 years. That is a remarkable testament to the excellent relationship Chase has with its employees. Chase is a United Steel Workers workplace and provides a high level of benefits to all company employees, including:
Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k), Paid Vacation, Competitive Wages,
Tuition Reimbursement, and a Wellness Incentive Program
The primary focus of this role is to specify and implement automation, power, and safety systems in support of the manufacturing operations. Proficiency with legacy and cutting edge technologies ensure that the Company is leveraging the most effective platforms for increased productivity, safety, and profitability.
The successful candidate will possess:
If you’re looking for a future that involves working for a best-in-class company and enhancing the quality of life for yourself and family, we welcome the opportunity to review your application.*
*Applications, resumes, and phone inquiries are NOT accepted at the facility.
Tobacco users of any kind need not apply, as Chase Brass is a tobacco-free facility.
Chase Brass is an equal opportunity employer.