Loos and Company Careers
At Loos & Co., Inc. you have the opportunity to learn and grow with a world class wire and cable company. We know that making the best product possible requires a careful balance, and that means skilled conscientious people who take pride in their craft. Without them, millions of dollars of machinery would make millions of dollars of scrap. From start to finish Loos and Company employees care.
Working at Loos and Company
Loos and Company employees experience what it's like to make a difference within the company, the community, and beyond. Because quality and performance matter, we build our products for more than just customer shipments. Through this we have an impact well outside our rural Eastern Connecticut location. Download the material below to learn more about our commitment to excellence and what it is we are working for.
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Employment at Loos and CompanyLoos and Company is always seeking highly motivated employees who will help us maintain our position as the leading manufacturer of wire and cable. At Loos we are looking for people who expect the best from themselves and their company and in return Loos offers an exciting and challenging work experience filled with many opportunities.
Loos and Company is an equal opportunity employer and our commitment to excellence remains a fundamental value that has made our company great.
In addition to competitive salaries, Loos and Company offers a great employee benefit package for its full-time employees.
Our benefits include:
- Paid Holidays
- Vacation Time
- Comprehensive Medical and Dental Insurance
- Short-term & Long-term Disability Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
If it sounds like a great place to work, it is!
For more information contact our Human Resource Manager, Lynn Bouthillier.
Ready to Apply?Our list of current employment openings is below. Please take a moment to review and see what would be right for you. If you've found a position that matches with your skills, we'd appreciate the chance to get you know you better. Don't see your perfect match? That's alright too! Visit our Careers Job Application page to tell us more about yourself and to upload your resume and cover letter.
Inside Sales Representative
We are in search of a customer oriented Inside Sales Representative to join our inside sales team.
Responsibilities include maintaining customer relationships, handling questions and concerns with speed and professionalism, performing research to trouble shoot customer problems, receiving and entering orders, and using a variety of software programs to access and maintain customer records.
We're in search of a Copywriter/Marketing Assistant with a solid background in marketing in a B2B environment.
We have an entry level, full-time position which supports the engineering staff. Future developments may include product support, process standards, and other engineering functions.
Quality Assurance Technician 1
We're growing, and looking for an entry level Quality Assurance Technician to grow with us!
We are currently looking for Operators who have the ability and mechanical aptitude to produce high quality strand for the medical industry. Join our team and help make a difference.
We are looking for Operators with the right combination of mechanical aptitude, manufacturing and/or educational experience, and can-do attitude to join our company.
We are looking for an Industrial Electrician to join our maintenance team to install, test, troubleshoot and repair electrical wiring, fixtures, control devices, PLC's, drives, and related equipment.
We are looking for a Lock-Clad Technician to join our team! 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift positions available.
Industrial Controls System Technician
We are looking for an Industrial Controls System Technician to join our team. We need a problem solver that will apply mechanical and electrical expertise to troubleshooting and repairing production equipment.
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