K-zell can offer you:
- The K-zell Advantage
- Competitive Compensation
- Aggressive Career Advancement Opportunities
- 4 1/2 Day Work Week
K-zell Metals is a family-owned contract manufacturer of a wide variety of metal products. Our facility is clean, well lit, climate-controlled in the summer, and well maintained. We have state of the art fabricating
We embrace continuous improvement as part of our business philosophy. We believe that applies to our team as well as the
plant, processes, and equipment. We offer in-house training and cross-training to allow our team to grow into new positions. In
addition, K-Zell Metals offers tuition reimbursement for both trade and academic programs.
We help team members get the education they want without needing to incur student debt. We are looking for people to join our team that are positive, anxious to learn new skills, tackle new problems, and work with like-minded people.
Principals ONLY - Please no recruiters or placement agencies!
*****If you have applied for a position with K-zell Metals on any other job board or internet site, please do NOT reapply for the same position through this site******
K-zell Metals, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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