We Are The People of The Brickle Group.
Come Share In Our Success.

As a diversified group of private family companies, we value the contributions of all our people and business entities. Our Company diversity has helped us remain stable and profitable for over 80 years, and our ability to adapt to a continually changing business market has allowed us to be a recognized leader in our industry.
The Brickle Group is fortunate to have internal knowledge, expertise and blended resources. We recognize that our unique people and teams add value to our organization; we challenge and support employees to identify problems, and find solutions.
We strive to engage a knowledgeable and diverse workforce of high quality, dedicated employees committed to our Company mission and values. Our personable culture and approach provides line of sight opportunities for individual, professional, and organizational growth. We are a performance driven team on a journey of continuous improvement, and welcome all to apply who are serious about developing their career in an organization that truly cares for its employees.

Why Work At The Brickle Group?

Here at The Brickle Group, we take pride in our corporate culture in our offices and on the manufacturing floors. We believe that we have a social responsibility to not only improve the lives of our employees, but to assist in providing products to benefit the homeless and to those recovering from the aftermath of a disaster. We CARE, and we take pride in our environment which encourages learning, accountability, and continuous improvement. We place a high priority on employee recognition and are committed to employee career growth and development… With the amount of internal knowledge that we possess, you are bound to learn here.

Employment Opportunities

Are you looking to join a diverse, innovative, and successful manufacturing company? Positions are available on 1st and 2nd shifts. The typical schedule is Monday-Thursday, 4 days, 10 hours. Flexibility to work overtime required.

In that case, please apply to our Material Handler position:

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Position Summary: Responsible for the movement of material to and from machine operators, ensuring that they are supplied with raw material for processing and removing finished product and delivering to shipping. Assists Machine Operators in loading and removing fabric rolls and adjusting material for optimum machine performance.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

  • Locates and supplies materials to machine operators

  • Performs weighing, strapping, bagging, and label making for finished goods

  • Performs in-process quality inspections

  • Operates guillotine, cuts Monarch tiles, fills skids and boxes finished product

  • Resolves or elevates any material needs, solving material problems and inventory control issues as they arise

  • Maintains in-process inventory by identifying and recording material movement in POUT, verifying material lot and quantity

Requirements
Education & Experience:

  • High School diploma, GED or 3 years of experience in a production environment performing material movement and inventory control

  • Experience running a forklift / Forklift certified

Pay Rate: $13.00

Hours: 4pm -2:30pm (M-Th)

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Are you looking to join a diverse, innovative, and successful manufacturing company? Do you want to use your experience and education to help drive our culture of continuous improvement? Do you want to have fun at work?

In that case, please apply to our Machine Maintenance Technician position:

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Position Summary: As a key member of the Maintenance team, the Maintenance Machine Technician will be responsible for ensuring all machines are in proper working condition to minimize downtime and to meet plant and department requirements. This position performs preventative maintenance and troubleshooting to ensure production goals are met. This position reports to the Maintenance Manager but will also take direction from Production Managers.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

  • Ensure operation of equipment to meet plant or department requirements.

  • Diagnose and determine root causes of problems, make corrections, repair or replace units as necessary.

  • Discuss findings or results with department personnel, develop solutions to problems and provide a basis on which corrections are made.

  • Make recommendations concerning changes to equipment, improvements or installations and upkeep based on findings.

  • Performs routine maintenance and repair of all machinery as required.

  • Performs maintenance requirements as per preventative maintenance schedule.

  • Assists in the installation of new equipment and relocation of existing equipment.

  • Advises supervisor of any areas of concern for machine performance

  • Notifies supervisor of any deviation from the process, operational quality, maintenance, and safety standards.

  • Conducts tests and inspections of products, services, or processes to evaluate quality on machine performance.

Requirements
Education & Experience:

  • High School Diploma required. Vocational training and Associates Degree in a technical trade preferred.

  • 1-2 years of related experience required.

  • Textile industry experiences a plus.

Pay Rate: $18-$25 DOE

Hours: 1st Shift 7am-3:30pm

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Are you looking to join a diverse, innovative, and successful manufacturing company? Positions are available on 1st and 2nd shifts. The typical schedule is Monday-Thursday, 4 days, 10 hours. Flexibility to work overtime required.

In that case, please apply to our Machine Operator position:

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Position Summary: As a key member of the Bouckaert Industrial Textiles Production team, the experienced Machine Operator will set up, run, and change over textile machines independently with a focus on quality, safety, teamwork, and continuous improvement.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

  • Operates textile machines independently.

  • Sets up, runs, changes-over, and troubleshoots most operational issues on assigned equipment.

  • Keeps machines in good working condition by adhering to cleaning schedules and applying basic preventative maintenance techniques.

  • Makes minor machine adjustments within accepted ranges to ensure the quality and efficiency of the operations.

  • May train or cross-train other employees in machine operations and procedures.

  • Review job documentation before beginning job.

  • Employs Lean tools for problem-solving and continuous improvement.

Requirements
Education & Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED required.

  • Basic computer skills required.

  • Must have 3-5 years of experience running large PLC operated industrial machines.

  • Lean manufacturing experience preferred.

  • Experience in or knowledge of textile industry a plus.

Pay Rate: $15-$17 DOE
Hours: 1st Shift & 2nd Shift Available
6am-430pm (M-Th), 6am-230pm (M-Fri), & 4pm -2:30pm (M-Th)

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Are you looking to join a diverse, innovative, and successful manufacturing company? Do you want to use your experience and education to help drive our culture of continuous improvement? Do you want to have fun at work?

In that case, please apply to our Shipper/Receiver position:

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Position Summary: As a key member of the Hyman Brickle & Son Inc. Manufacturing Team, the Shipper / Receiver will prepare, organize, and move items for shipment, verify, inspect, document, and maintain records on incoming and outgoing shipments, and arrange for transportation of products. To support these duties, the Shipper/ Receive will operate a forklift or other trucks, assemble, address, and shipping merchandise or material; receive, unpack, verify and recording incoming merchandise or material.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

  • Inspect material contents and compare with records to verify accuracy of incoming or outgoing shipment.
  • Prepare documents, such as work orders, bills of lading, or shipping orders, to route materials.
  • Record shipment data, such as weight, charges, space availability, damages, or discrepancies for reporting purposes.
  • Deliver or route materials to departments, using work devices, such as hand truck, conveyor, or sorting bins. Lift, move, load, and unload materials.
  • Pack, seal, label, and affix postage to prepare materials for shipping, using work devices such as hand tools, power tools, and postage meter.

Requirements
Education & Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED required.

  • 3-5 years of related shipping / receiving experience required.

  • Lean manufacturing experience preferred.

  • Intermediate computer skills

Pay Rate: $15-$16 DOE

Hours 7am – 3:30pm (M-Fri)

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Are you looking to join a diverse, innovative, and successful manufacturing company? Do you want to use your experience and education to help drive our culture of continuous improvement? Do you want to have fun at work?

In that case, please apply to our Process Engineer position:

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Position Summary: The Process Engineer will assist Manufacturing Engineering and the Director of Advanced Engineering in the Development, configuration and optimization of industrial processes from inception through to start-up, insuring consistency and high quality in the manufacturing of all products.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

  • Develop a thorough understanding of all manufacturing processes and products

  • Assess processes for efficiency and product quality by developing and analyzing statistical data to determine improvement parameters

  • Assess processes for efficiency and product quality by developing and analyzing statistical data to determine improvement parameters

  • Serve as the primary quality assurance resource for problem identification, resolution and continuous improvement

  • Coordinate resolution of technical and process problems and technical modification

  • Assist in manufacturing productivity and quality improvements on the production floor

  • Participate in closure of process deviations, investigations, and corrective actions to prevent recurrent deviations

Requirements
Education & Experience:

  • BS Degree in Engineering, Textile Engineering preferred

  • 5-8 years’ experience with Needle-punch and/or Carding manufacturing

  • Experience implementing process and quality improvements in a manufacturing environment

  • Impeccable math and statistical analysis skills

  • Textile experience in woven or non-woven required

  • Strong Excel skills

  • Previous project management experience with knowledge of project management software

  • Analytical thinker and problem-solver with interpersonal skill

Pay: $80,000.00 – $90,000.00 per year

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The Brickle Group offers a comprehensive benefits program that includes health, dental, HRA, FSA, 401(K), wellness initiatives, training opportunities, vacation time, holidays, employee social events and sick days. In addition, we provide performance incentives, a culture of diversity, learning and engagement, and a stable, family work environment.

It is the policy of The Brickle Group not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on gender, race, religion, color, creed, national origin, physical or mental disability, marital status, age, gender identity or expression citizenship, genetic information, ancestral origin, sexual orientation, pregnancy, childbirth, veteran or disability status, or any other related medical conditions or any other status protected by Federal, State or local laws.

Applicants who required accommodation in the job application process may contact Human Resources at 401-769-0189.