According to company marketing campaigns at Baer Brakes, “Bigger is Better!” When it comes to braking systems, this is most certainly true. Over the decades, auto manufacturers have made bigger engines, bigger wheels, bigger horsepower … all of which require bigger brakes to slow the go.
As a company, Baer has made a strong reputation for its brake system components, on and off the track.
Ironically, a company that has been dedicated to stopping momentum is now involved in helping start economic momentum in the automotive aftermarket industry. Front and center on the company’s homepage is the announcement that “Baer is Hiring.”
Upon clicking the link, the reader is immediately met with a humble greeting that states: “Thank You for interest in working for Baer Brakes.” That introduction alone makes a prospective applicant feel welcomed.
The page continues by stating the company’s commitment to leading in this high-performance area of aftermarket components. Expressing their interest in “self-motivated” individuals, the recruitment page goes on to explain the basic benefits of competitive wages, a 401k plan, paid vacations, and health insurance.
The “Baer is Hiring” page goes on to list the current job openings, many of which sound like jobs we’d love to have. From a Lathe Operator and Mill Person in the Machine Shop to a CNC Machine Operator.
The experience level shouldn’t scare anyone away from looking through the job openings either. There are entry-level jobs to be had as well. At this writing, there is an opening for a Machine Shop Helper whose responsibilities include deburring parts, sweeping, and saw operation – with plenty of opportunities for cross-training into other areas.
If job opportunities with a great company sound like something you are interested in, visit them online at baer.com.