Work With Us
It’s our people that make the difference at JST Manufacturing. The company’s success over the last 40 years has been built by a highly-skilled, quality-conscious workforce who are motivated to build and innovate while maintaining a culture of openness and optimism.
Here is what working with us looks like.
Since its inception as a semiconductor equipment manufacturer, JST’s mission has been to be a global supplier of surface preparation and cleaning products that improve manufacturing processes.
The company is committed to providing quality solutions that are also cost-effective and safe for the many challenges associated with handling sensitive materials in a cleanroom environment.
Health, dental, life, and vision insurance
401k Plan (Roth and traditional)
Generous PTO policy
Education and cross-training
Working at JST
It’s our highly skilled, quality-conscious workforce that makes the JST difference.
JST Core Values
A commitment to absolute quality is the linchpin of our organization. Owning our supply chain and adhering to strict standards of excellence means our equipment has been vetted, tested, and meets uncompromising quality control standards. These are the values that drive us:
- Good judgment
JST Job Roles
We are always looking for great people with a “can do” attitude. We hire for roles across the board, from entry-level to engineering and executive.
- Skilled labor (machinists, welders, etc.)
- Shipping & Receiving
- Engineering (mechanical, electrical, chemical, and software)
JST standard business hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm MST. Customer Support is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Other shifts include:
6:00am – 2:30pm
3:00pm – 11:30pm
6:00am – 6:00pm
As a vertically integrated company, the team at JST consists of a single-source manufacturing team. Skilled Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, and Software Engineers invent, design, and optimize every JST product.
All cutting is done via CNC machinery programmed by our Manufacturing Engineers that do the layout and produce the “g” code that runs the machines M achine operators, certified TIG welders, and certified Plastic Fabricators assemble the product.
Machine operators include Laser Operators, Press Brake Operators, Punch Operators, Machine Operators both Mill and Lathe, as well as CNC Router Operators.
In-house plumbers and electricians do all assembly and testing.
Current Job Openings
Field Service Engineer
Troubleshoots and repairs service issues on equipment in the field in a timely manner, performs startup on tools at customer’s site and provides customer’s training. Performs customer retrofits in the field and PLC programming when required.
Non-Remote | Up to 75% Travel Required
Systems Assembly Technician
Utilize engineering blueprints and specifications to create plumbing and electrical subcomponents, perform interface plumbing and wiring, final assembly, and system integration. (Not an assembly line type position.)
Steel Fabricator (TIG Welder)
Utilize engineering blueprints to perform fabrication of metal component parts and assemblies by using appropriate fitting, joining, welding, and finishing techniques as required by product specifications, production schedules, and company quality requirements.
Utilize engineering blueprints to produce parts using CNC Press Brakes and other forming tools.
Submit Your Resume
If there are currently no open jobs that fit your qualifications, upload your resume and complete the short cover below. Our HR team will keep your information on file and contact you when we have the perfect fit for your qualifications.