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EBW Electronics, located in Holland, is one of the United States’ largest producers of high-quality LEDs. Our business model is to build for the future, so we invest today in top people and production systems to help us get us there. We have been named as one of the fastest growing electronic manufacturing companies in the country. At EBWE, we are passionate about our success, and that starts with our employees and the culture that each of us live out daily through our Core Values – Seek Perfection, Encourage Every Team Member, Make Our Customers Successful, Lead with Humility!
At EBW, we aren’t your average manufacturing environment. You will find our facility to be:
As we invest in our employees and production systems, we expect our new Human Resource (HR) Manager to build strong, authentic relationships with our current workforce on the production floor. We are a people centric team of roughly 200 employees across three shifts – and growing. If you are an HR Professional looking for a great culture with a thriving, local, high-tech company, consider joining the EBW team!
As a full time, HR Manager with us, you will:
We believe a HR Manager will need the following to be successful:
Bonus points if you are a HR Manager with the any of the following:
If you are looking for a growing company with great culture, a clean manufacturing environment, and the ability to make a positive impact, consider applying today for immediate and confidential consideration for our HR Manager position. In addition to a great work environment, we also provide employees with competitive pay that includes bonus opportunities, comprehensive and affordable benefits.
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