Grow Your Career at Tanis
We continually seek hard-working, talented individuals to join our dedicated team.
When it comes to your career, it pays to be selective about where you choose to work. Tanis has more than 100 employees under one roof at our Delafield, WI facility in both office and manufacturing roles.
We are a growing company. Tanis Brush makes industrial and abrasive brushes for hundreds of applications. The broad portfolio of brushes we offer is extensive and so every day is different. Choosing the right team members is critical to our business and how we meet the needs of our customers.
If you’re looking for a workplace where your impact is felt every day, Tanis could be your next career move.
- Medical Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Life and AD&D Insurance
- 401K with Employee Contribution
- Paid Holidays
- Flexible Paid Time Off
- Competitive Pay
The Machine Operator is responsible for the manufacture of parts per prints and specifications in an accurate and timely manner; the operability of the equipment thru preventative maintenance and minor repairs; and the cleanliness of the work area. The Machine Operator performs first-piece inspection as well as the quality checks on subsequent produced pieces.
The Assembler is responsible for producing components by assembling parts into finished goods and subassemblies. Assemblers will ensure all parts fit correctly and are suitable for the final product. This person is also responsible for inspecting finished products, packing boxes, and adhering to safety protocols.
Under the direction of the Operations Support Supervisor, in accordance with company policies and procedures the Shipping Technician is responsible for some or all the pick/pack and shipping activities at times. Assignment of the activities are rotated so Technicians must be flexible in work assignments as the workload is dependent on scheduled receipts, shipments, and work orders
Under the direction of the Operations Support Supervisor, and in accordance with company policies and procedures the Material Handler is responsible for the inventory, preparation, staging and movement of raw materials, finished goods and MRO parts between different location and departments within the manufacturing facility. Preparation, that includes processing or modification of parts, must be performed per prints and specifications in an accurate and timely manner.