Romac Industries, Inc., America's premier manufacturer of pipe products for the waterworks industry is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Full-time employees enjoy the following benefits (some benefits listed below have waiting periods attached):
- Quarterly Profit Sharing Bonuses
- Paid Vacation
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Sick Leave
- Medical Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Life Insurance
- Long-Term / Short-Term Disability Insurance
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- 401(k) with Employer Matching
Please email your résumé to email@example.com and include the position of interest, your earliest availability, as well as your salary requirements in your message.
If you prefer, you may mail your résumé, or completed application to the following locations:
ROMAC CANYON PARK
Attn: Human Resources
21919 20th Ave SE
Bothell, WA 98021
ROMAC SULTAN FOUNDRY
Attn: Human Resources
125 South Sultan Basin Road
Sultan, WA 98294
No phone calls please, as we will happily contact you should your skills, knowledge and qualifications match our needs. Romac is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants must be 18 years old or older. Should you have a disability that requires assistance and/or reasonable accommodation with the job application process, please contact Human Resources.
Accounts Payable Specialist
The Accounts Payable Specialist reports to the Controller and is responsible for full cycle, high volume AP processing. Job duties for the Accounts Payable Specialist include processing PO or Non-PO related invoices, credit memos, and other transactions in a production environment, adhering to processing deadlines and conforming to accuracy and production requirements. Duties also include researching vendor statements, resolving invoice discrepancies, and corresponding with vendors, employees, and management as necessary via e-mail or telephone.
Area Manager – NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
The Area Manager – Northern California is an outside sales position that performs field promotional work to sell, promote, market, and develop new business. Each Area Manager is assigned a sales territory and is expected to grow sales and foster new and established relationships within that territory (Northern California and Northern Nevada). This requires extensive travel, organizational skills, and self-motivation.
Area Manager – Southwest
The Area Manager – Southwest is an outside sales position that performs field promotional work to sell, promote, market, and develop new business. Each Area Manager is assigned a sales territory and is expected to grow sales and foster new and established relationships within that territory (Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico). This requires extensive travel, organizational skills, and self-motivation.
BUYER III SENIOR
Under supervision of the Director of Purchasing, the Buyer III Senior possesses authority to strategically purchase at the most favorable price consistent with quality, quantity, delivery, and other factors, raw materials, equipment, machinery, and/or supplies for the operation of the organization. Prepares bid specifications, receives bids, and makes purchases of commodities or goods where the financial impact is great. May work directly in support of line operations and in collaboration with department managers, engineers, and operations staff. Participates in the selection of vendor sources, and has considerable latitude in determining acceptable price. Estimates values according to knowledge of market price and determines method of procurement, such as direct purchase or bid. Provides solutions for defective or unacceptable goods or services with inspection or quality control personnel, users, vendors, and others. Provides supervision, work direction and training to other professional staff and Purchasing co-workers.
CUSTOMER ENGINEERING SPECIALIST
Resolves non-routine technical and/or complex service questions from customers, engineers and installation crews. Exercises judgment and discretion to reduce risk to the business by making decisions that account for commercial considerations and exposure. Issues of greater impact or technical complexity are reviewed in collaboration with the appropriate internal experts. Typical customer questions include product selection, application suitability, or resolution of field issues. This single-incumbent position is a key role in the organization, related to continued quality and successful business operations.
Customer Service Representative
The Customer Service Representative I role requires customer contact in which questions and orders are received from customers. The incumbent follows established procedures to provide answers or refer calls to appropriate staff. Typical questions are focused on order status, product information, account status, pricing, product, or service. The incumbent has readily available supervision to complete essential work functions.
HEAVY ASSEMBLER - SWING SHIFT
Fairly repetitive, short-cycle mechanical or electro-mechanical assembly following prescribed routine or where method of assembly is obvious. Role involved a greater level of work and product complexity than Heavy Assembler I. Requires the ability to follow demonstrated steps. Requires simple adjusting with liberal tolerances and no fitting. Work involves frequent handling of moderate to heavy components and may include walking or standing most of the time.
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER
Highest level Human Resources position and a member of the company’s executive management team. Lead all aspects of the company’s HR functions, including the development of long-term strategies and tactical administration of day-to-day tasks for all Romac locations. Job duties include, but are not limited to, employment, compensation, benefits, payroll, organizational development, employee relations, performance management, training, legal compliance, and recruitment. Establish and implement programs and policies designed to protect company and employee interests in accordance with company HR policies and governmental laws and regulations. Identify and comply with legal requirements and government reporting regulations. Direct management of Recruiter-Sr and Human Resources Generalist, and indirect management of other Romac and Hays human resources staff. Develop and recommend policies for approval by senior management.
Mechanical Engineer – Daily Operations
The Mechanical Engineer (Daily Operations) role demonstrates creativity and ingenuity in applying engineering principles and practices and is able to draw solutions from a wider range of experience. Very proficient in resolving design, processing, and production problems in a timely manner. Assignments are broad in nature. Works under minimal supervision and is responsible for defining technical approaches to projects. May act as lead on some projects and guide lower level engineers and technicians. Work primarily is involved with the development or improvement of actual products or designs. The typical cycle includes establishing requirements, conceptualizing, developing prototypes, testing, and perfecting designs.
MECHANICAL ENGINEER iii - New Product Development
This position is responsible for creating and testing prototypes for the water works industry, creating previously non-existent products or modifying existing products, demonstrate creativity and ingenuity in applying engineering principles/practices, and is able to draw solutions from a wider range of experience. Works under minimal supervision once projects are defined. Creating detailed design logic: defining geometric decisions, critical to function features, tolerance impact to performance, safety factors and limits of performance. May act as lead on some projects and guide lower level engineers and technicians.
Process Machine Operator
Diversified machine or process operations that are moderately complex, requiring adjusting or aligning to produce a desired outcome. May inspect and test completed product. May rotate stations in a process. Work involves frequent handling of moderate to heavy components and may include walking or standing most of the time.
PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR - SWING SHIFT
First line supervisor of a skilled production labor workforce. Under management guidance, schedules work, assists with employee selection, reviews employee performance, administers work rules, and recommends compensation. Responsible for safety, productivity, and quality management to the extent that it falls within department control. Recommends equipment upgrades, staffing adjustments, and process modifications, and may recommend product or service modifications.
Welder - TIG
First level of production welding. With readily available supervision and technical guidance, positions material to be welded, using standard fixtures in most cases, and applies hand-eye coordination to achieve the desired weld. Materials welded may include steel, stainless, aluminum or various alloys and the methods may include gas welding, shielded metal arc, gas-tungsten arc, gas-metal arc or submerged arc, but the variety of applications tends to be limited to standard products and materials where plans are specified, welding positions are routine and work may be characterized as longer production runs. Regulates heat and feed and may select electrodes, tips and rods. Works from specifications, drawings, prints, and welding symbols.