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Let's face it.  Life is too short to work someplace you don't love.   At B&W, we value hard work, ingenuity, and treating each other as family.  If you're ready to be part of our team and a part owner of our growing business, fill out an application and email it to miketaylor@turnoverball.com .   

Benefits Include:

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Cafeteria Plan
  • Life Insurance
  • Holiday Pay
  • Vacation and Earned Day Off
  • On-site Health Care Clinic
  • 401 (k) Savings Plan
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
  • Bonuses

 

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Current Open Positions

We are currently hiring for all position with immediate openings for:

Robotic Welder Operator 2nd shift

CNC machine operators 2nd shift

Press brake operator 2nd shift

 

 

 

 

Please send your resume to miketaylor@turnoverball.com

FROM AN EMPLOYEE'S PERSPECTIVE

 

31 DOZEN EARS OF CORN (OR, ANOTHER REASON TO WORK WITH US)

When he started the tradition, it’s doubtful that owner, Joe Works, ever imagined ‘dinner day’ involving 155 lbs of shrimp. 

But on the last Thursday of every month, managers still gather to put a hearty meal on the table for all employees. It’s a tradition that is still worth it, despite the growth from 150 employees to 350 employees just in the last 10 years. And in July, the menu is a favorite.  A shrimp boil.

SHRIMP BOIL RECIPE (FEEDS 350)

155 pounds shrimp

155 pounds potatoes

31 dozen ears of corn

93 pounds sausage links

155 onions93 lemons

8 cloves garlic

31 shrimp boil packets16 oz. red pepper

31 cups canning salt

Oh, and 23 boiling pots.

MANAGERS BECOME CHEFS

Like many things at B&W, our growth is managed by people pulling together. And being creative. (Did you know putting raw potatoes in a dishwasher will get them clean before baking?)

It’s the same principles that we apply to building hitches out of raw steel, only applied to lunch. Divide the tasks. Learn what people are good at. Streamline the processes. And have fun. Then, eat.

And so the tradition will continue. A prayer of thanks is given for our work and for our food.

Lunch is served.