Join Systems Control and help us keep the lights (and everything else) on in the United States! We manufacture products that help the nation’s utility companies transport energy from the source to the grid and we are gearing up for record growth year after year. As a long-time employer and supporter of our community, we’ll help you build or grow your career with us in the cleanest indoor working environment in the area, while doing something we can all be proud of. We offer a competitive benefits package, a stable paycheck, a predictable schedule and room to grow in your career.
No experience necessary. If you’re reliable with a good attitude and willing to learn, we’ll train you. We have a variety of open positions and can help you find the best fit within our organization. We highly value our employees/prospective employees and ensure a timely response to your application! If you’re a good fit, we can have you meet our team, give you a tour of our world class facility, and get you to work fast.
Successful candidates will be asked to join one of the following shifts (CENTRAL TIME):
Operate a variety of machines which may include plasma cutter, laser, press brake, etc. Perform scheduled maintenance and cleaning as required. Mechanical and electrical aptitude required.
Weld and grind contract products and perform scheduled maintenance and cleaning of equipment. Mig welding experience is preferred.
Prepare surface, paint, sand, acid wash, and touch up all products.
Assemble panels and install components into panels.
Wire panels, install parts, apply nameplates, signs and tags.
EE Assembly Technician:
Construct equipment enclosures and install building components. Construction background preferred.
EE Housewire Technician:
Mount and/or wire lights, strut, tray, AC/DC distribution panels, battery chargers, switches, conduit and any other Electrical tasks related to Equipment Enclosures. Paint as required. Perform material handling, shipping preparation and loading/unloading as required.
EE Integration Technician:
Perform panel install and bonding, prepare, run and terminate conductors, install tray, along with any other Electrical tasks related to Equipment Enclosures. Paint as required. Perform material handling, shipping preparation and loading/unloading as required.
What skills we look for (don’t worry if you can’t check all the boxes, remember – we train you!):