Pyromation's Main Office Exterior with American Flag - Manufacturer of RTD Sensors, Thermocouples & Thermowells
About Us
 

It's True, People Can Enjoy Where They Work!

We're a small enough company that you'll get to know everyone. As Team Members, we interact with people in every part of the company - from office managers to the President/owner of the company. We're like family.

The common theme is that we all take pride in building a top quality American-made product that is critical to many industries. We're one of the leading manufacturers of temperature sensors in North America and our products are used all over the United States and the world. From wind turbines to large pharmaceutical processing plants, companies depend on Pyromation temperature sensors.

Pyromation has developed an atmosphere in the plant and offices where team members enjoy coming to work each day. We offer big-time company benefits while maintaining small company flexibility. We're professional, but not rigid. These are just a few of the reasons our Team Members like coming to work at Pyromation:
  • Clean, air-conditioned, brightly lit workplace
  • Lean manufacturing - cell assembly operations
  • Encouragement of ideas, Team Member input
  • Employee recognition
  • Skills development
  • Opportunities for growth
  • Competitive benefits and pay
  • Bonus programs
  • Earned vacation days
  • Company supported Team Member events - lunches, parties, health activities

Pyromation has been successfully growing its business since 1962, and as a privately held company, we'll continue to be a significant employer in this area for the long term.

When you put it all together, joining Pyromation is a smart move. And, like our Team Members, we think you'll enjoy working here.

Check out the latest career opportunities at Pyromation. Your new career starts here…


NOTICE: We will not be providing paper applications for completion at this time. Applications must be completed online until further notice.

Current Open Positions:


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1st and 2nd shift full and part time Light Assembly positions available. Contact Human Resources for more details.


Chief Financial Officer
The role of the CFO is to manage and improve systems for receipt, use, and disbursement of capital and to manage AR, and AP. CFO also has direct contact with JPMC for all banking, purchasing cards, and debt needs. Works with external auditors for tax and audit work, ADP for Payroll, Fidelity and Ameriprise for 401k Plan, DeHayes for insurance and medical plans, Unified for medical issues, and the City of Fort Wayne and State of Indiana for abatements and grants.

The CFO will perform the following functions and have the following responsibilities:

  • Develop and support senior managers, project leaders and event leaders in financial analysis and decision making
  • Supervise the Accounting Manager
  • Ensure personnel are trained and able to perform daily job functions
  • Ensure personnel are properly cross-trained to backup various job functions
  • Assist Accounting Manager with payroll
  • Ensure quarterly and annual payroll tax reporting is completed timely and accurately
  • Maintaining the General Ledger
  • Issuing monthly financial statements and all internal financial management reports
  • Generate financial trends and variance analyses
  • Generate Income Statement, Cash Flow, Capital, and Bank Covenant projections
  • Calculate the monthly medical accrual
  • Compute long and short-term financing and cash needs
  • A trustee for Pyromation’s 401K and Profit Sharing Plans
  • Assist with 401(k) and Profit Sharing evaluation, enhancements, and calculations
  • Assist with Group Medical, Property, Casualty, Workers Compensation and related insurance evaluations
  • Prepare annual budget, develop, issue and monitor budgeted financial statements
  • Assist with fixed asset accounting, identification and depreciation schedules
  • Provide financial evaluation of capital spending projects
  • Prepare, compute, and communicate annual bonuses
  • Compute and distribute quarterly and annual quote metrics for the configurator and sales quote template
  • Assist in negotiations with UPS and FedEx freight rates, led by the Logistics Coordinator
  • Compute annual Research & Development Tax Credit
  • Work closely with the bank on all debt needs, to manage the Line of Credit, and to monitor all Covenants
  • Work directly with Fidelity and Ameriprise to monitor, manage and improve 401k Plan
  • Work directly with external accountants to schedule and perform all audits and tax preparations
  • Work with the City of Fort Wayne and State of Indiana for all available tax abatements and grants
  • Work on internal and external cost savings initiatives
  • Prepare multiple surveys/questionnaires for MCAA, Indiana Manufacturers, Federal Government, Indiana Department of Labor and Department of Workforce Development
  • Monitor scrap platinum
  • Work with First Person, Inc. annually to generate the Group Medical, Vision, Dental, STD, LTD and Life for the preparation of 5500 filing
  • Review and approve weekly AP and check run
  • Ability to effectively manage to consistently meet goals and deadlines

Knowledge/Skills

  • Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Self-motivated with effective planning, prioritizing and organizational skills
  • Display leadership and sound judgement
  • Action oriented with excellent problem-solving skills
  • Proficient in the use of a computer and application of software systems, including word processing, email, spreadsheet software and payroll software
  • Possess willingness to continually learn and develop job related skills while guiding others to do the same
  • Possess a positive, flexible and adaptive attitude
  • Be able to work well in a team environment and independently
  • Be able to work under a moderate amount of pressure

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting
  • Possess five years of experience as a CPA serving manufacturing clients, in-house CPA for a manufacturing company, or a Controller/Accounting Manager for a manufacturing company
  • Update job knowledge by remaining aware of new regulations; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; and participating in professional organizations

Pay commensurate with experience/knowledge. The Chief Financial Officer reports to the President.



Manufacturing Work Cell Trainer
Pyromation, Inc. is an innovative temperature sensor manufacturer that is utilizing Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma initiatives and we are growing. Currently we are seeking a Manufacturing Training Coordinator for our fun and family oriented environment. Together we have developed an atmosphere and culture where Team Members enjoy coming to work each day.

The role of the Training Coordinator is to facilitate training and development of Pyromation team members. The function of the Training Coordinator is to help ensure customer satisfaction, continuous improvement, and support the company's training needs. The Training Coordinator reports to the Human Resource/Safety Director.

Functions & Responsibilities

  • Responsible for training team members utilizing job instruction, lean tools, safety documents and quality information.
  • Provide support by training team members in catalog and application/theory training.
  • Perform documentation training.
  • Lead training in teambuilding, team dynamics, job instruction, safety, etc.
  • Work closely with members of management throughout the company. Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Skill Requirements

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including strong people skills and developmental background.
  • Provide support by training team members in catalog and application/theory training.
  • Possess computer skills.
  • High school diploma or GED equivalence, college degree or completed classes in a related field a plus.
  • 2+ years of manufacturing experience.
  • Training/developmental skills. Lean manufacturing experience a plus.

Pyromation offers an excellent compensation paid on a bi-weekly basis and benefit package. OPPORTUNITY FOR ANNUAL BONUS AS WELL!



1st Shift Value Stream Operator - Light Assembly
Pyromation, Inc. is an innovative temperature sensor manufacturer that is utilizing Lean Manufacturing initiatives and we are growing. Currently we are seeking Value Stream Operators. The Value Stream Operator assembles parts and raw materials to form complete units or sub assemblies at their assigned workstation(s), while following standard work and supporting lean initiatives.

The Value Stream Operator will perform the following functions and have the following responsibilities:

  • Utilize hand tools, light power tools and other special equipment to perform assigned assembly operations.
  • Monitors the quality of all items produced in the area.
  • Performs basic cleaning and preventive maintenance checks of equipment as required or assigned.
  • Maintains a clean, safe and organized work area.
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Education and Skill Requirements:

  • High school diploma or G.E.D. desired, but not required.
  • Manufacturing assembly experience desired. Lean manufacturing experience a plus.

The successful new team member is to have the skills and ability to be action oriented with effective problem solving skills, possess good communication/interpersonal skills and have the ability to work in a team environment. The Value Stream Operator will participate in Lean continuous improvement activities; and possess the willingness to continually learn and develop job related skills, while assisting others to do the same. Pyromation offers an excellent compensation and benefit package. Salary is commensurate with experience/knowledge



2nd Shift Value Stream Operator - Light Assembly
Pyromation, Inc. is an innovative temperature sensor manufacturer that is utilizing Lean Manufacturing initiatives and we are growing. Currently we are seeking Value Stream Operators. The Value Stream Operator assembles parts and raw materials to form complete units or sub assemblies at their assigned workstation(s), while following standard work and supporting lean initiatives.

The Value Stream Operator will perform the following functions and have the following responsibilities:

  • Utilize hand tools, light power tools and other special equipment to perform assigned assembly operations.
  • Monitors the quality of all items produced in the area.
  • Performs basic cleaning and preventive maintenance checks of equipment as required or assigned.
  • Maintains a clean, safe and organized work area.
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Education and Skill Requirements:

  • High school diploma or G.E.D. desired, but not required.
  • Manufacturing assembly experience desired. Lean manufacturing experience a plus.

The successful new team member is to have the skills and ability to be action oriented with effective problem solving skills, possess good communication/interpersonal skills and have the ability to work in a team environment. The Value Stream Operator will participate in Lean continuous improvement activities; and possess the willingness to continually learn and develop job related skills, while assisting others to do the same. Pyromation offers an excellent compensation and benefit package. Salary is commensurate with experience/knowledge





Packaging Clerk-Shipping
Pyromation, Inc. is an innovative temperature sensor manufacturer that is utilizing Lean Manufacturing initiatives and we are growing. Currently we are seeking an experienced Packaging Clerk for Shipping. The Packaging Clerk takes assembled units, parts and accessories and packages them for shipment to the customer using a variety of packing materials and methods. This position reports directly to the Production Coordinator and is responsible for promoting an environment of lean efficiency, continuous improvement and support for strategic company goals.

The Packaging Clerk function has the following responsibilities

  • Utilize hand tools, light power tools and other special equipment to perform assigned packaging operations; may receive direction in the form of verbal or written work to complete assigned work.
  • Match finished goods and parts with documentation and check correct type and quantity being shipped.
  • Monitor the quality of all work performed in the area.
  • Monitor the status of tooling, machinery, benches and hardware used in the area and utilize the andon to notify the Water Spider of any problems.
  • Follow safety rules and wear prescribed personal protective equipment.
  • Follow work instructions and training guides
  • Maintain condition of work area and keep free of potential hazards.
  • Maintain an organized and clean work area.
  • Perform basic cleaning and preventive maintenance checks of equipment as required or assigned. The team member will perform related duties as required and as directed.

Knowledge and Skill Requirements

    Assist in meeting Shipping goals.
  • Sufficient visual ability to identify and sort by specifications.
  • Good hand to eye coordination and dexterity.
  • The ability to perform repetitive operations.
  • Must be able to read a tape measure.
  • Good communication/interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment.
  • Be proficient in application of lean tools.
  • Exhibit problem solving skills.
  • Possess the willingness to continually learn and develop job related skills.

Required experience and abilities to perform the Packaging Clerk duties. High school graduate or equivalent G.E.D. (not required). Shipping experance and degree a plus.
Compensation commensurate with experience. Packaging Clerk pay range is $13.50 to $19.00 per hour. Shift hours are 8:30am to 5:00pm.




Metrology Technician
Currently we are seeking an experienced Metrology Technician who has a background in verifying and documenting the acceptance of raw materials and finished assemblies. The Metrology Technician works in conjunction with team members and members of management as needed. This position reports directly to the Quality Director and serves as a liaison with other areas of the company. Responsible for supporting and upholding policies and procedures to promote an environment of lean efficiency, safety, continuous improvement and engaged team members, while supporting strategic goals.

Essential Functions/Responsibilities:

  • Review and schedule customer orders and efficiently schedule work load.
  • Maintain organized records of the logging and testing of incoming material.
  • Work with all departments in testing non-conforming materials.
  • Maintain all lab instrumentation, tooling, and materials within calibration standards.
  • Provide certified non-destructive testing support, including but limited to UT, LP, VT, and hydrostatic leak testing.
  • Uphold the highest degree of quality in work performed.
  • Notify the Quality Director of any damaged equipment and/or new equipment needs.
  • Test and maintain all new and in process measuring and test equipment on the ISO 9001 Quality System.
  • Assist with the fabrication/repair of custom test equipment.
  • Assist with deployment of custom test equipment.
  • Assist with validation of test methods.
  • Assist the written calibration procedures for measuring and test equipment on the ISO 9001 Quality System.
  • Establish and maintain written procedures for the Metrology Laboratory.
  • Maintain lab standards and SPC charts.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Education and Skill Requirements:

  • Possess excellent listening, verbal & written communication skills, including strong interpersonal and development.
  • Ability to interact well with all levels of management/team members.
  • Possess technical & application knowledge.
  • Be able to prioritize & multitask to meet deadlines.
  • Be self-motivated & organized.
  • Ability to work equally well with team environment & independent activities.
  • Ability to work under moderate amounts of pressure.
  • Possess good basic math skills.
  • Possess working knowledge of personal computers, application of office software packages, including word processing, e-mail & spreadsheet software.
  • Exhibit problem solving skills.
  • Possess the willingness to continually learn & develop job related skills.
  • Be able to work with minimal supervision
  • High School education or the equivalence of a GED, metrology, machining or related degree a plus.
  • Lab experience or calibration experience & 2+ years technical knowledge desired.
This position is eligible for opportunity of annual bonus. Pay commensurate with experience and background.



All interested candidates need to apply here online and complete an application to be considered.

Contact Information:
Send your resume along with salary requirements to:

Pyromation, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
5211 Industrial Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
Fax: (260) 482-9240

Send e-mail resumes to: Human Resources (jobs@pyromation.com)

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Note: all careers require drug screening and background check

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