Servotronics is looking to fill 70 positions ranging from entry level to experienced.
Some positions include working in the Advanced Technology Group, which mainly designs, develops and manufactures parts for jet engines, airplanes and even military jets.
Kristina Crowe got her degree in industrial technology and has been working here for a little over a year.
"I've been wanting to do this since high school. So a lot of tech programs in high school has led me to this and it's been pretty awesome," she said.
She also said you don't necessarily need a degree in a related field to work here.
"We've had some guys that come in not knowing much, [we] will train and learn, and help them get to the point that they can make a really good opportunity," she said.
Servotronics offers medical, vision and dental care, 401(K) and tuition reimbursement. Another benefit is being able to move and grow within the company.
"One of the bigger issues that we see in the industry is you get stuck in a spot somewhere, you're not able to progress. Well, you can progress at your own rate here," said Angelo Sandhu, Machine Shop Supervisor at Servotronics.
Not to mention the managers will work with you and make sure you're learning all you can.
"Our machine shop management team are very skilled and have many years in the industry," said recruiter Justina Tavernier. "So they're such awesome role models and just overall great teachers."
The company currently has 350 full-time employees. Servotronics is also looking at possibly developing its own transportation for employees who need it.
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