Your Journey Begins Here – Careers at Interface!
At Interface Inc., you’ll find employees who are on more than a career path, they are on a journey. You’ll find people here are passionate, curious, agile and engaging. We’ve had to be in order to grow from a small family-owned business almost 50 years ago to the world leader in force measurement solutions. Join us, and you won’t just be along for the ride, you can help steer our success!
We’re Looking for the Right People
Our business encompasses many different functions and capabilities, which allows you to explore careers in a variety of fields. You can discover opportunities in engineering, finance, manufacturing, marketing, product development, sales, and more.
At Interface, you’ll be part of a diverse, driven team of employees whose experiences and successes are real. We believe that new hires who join our team should be able to immediately immerse themselves in hands-on, challenging exploration and development projects so they contribute from day-one. You want a healthy work-life balance. You want meaningful work and to be trained by experts. You want to advance at a rate that matches your ambition. Good news. We want to offer it to you!
Career Opportunities with Interface
Quality Engineer / Metrologist
The Quality Engineer position is responsible for providing a high level of organizational support for the quality management system, regulatory requirements and compliance, and system and process improvements. This position is the calibration department metrology and statistics SME. Leads root cause and corrective actions across multiple functions. Mentors other quality team members and supports other Interface functions as required. Investigates and recommends continuous improvement actions. Requires minimal supervision with mostly independent work.
Reports to: Quality Manager
Our Machinists are a very important part of the manufacturing process as all the parts we build start in our dedicated Machine Shop. We are always looking for qualified Machinists.
Reports to: Machine Center Supervisor
The Calibration Technician performs a variety of activities involved in the comparison of measurement devices of unknown accuracy to a measurement device of known accuracy in order to detect, correlate, and report any variations in the accuracy of the device being compared. Maintains a high degree of quality, meets quantity targets while following standards and procedures. Must work individually and as part of a team as required in order to achieve production, quality and quantity goals. Performing repetitive work is essential.
Reports to: Business Unit Manager
Senior Design Engineer (Torque Transducers)
The Senior Design Engineer is responsible for designing and developing torque sensor products to support all markets such as aerospace, medical, automotive and industrial test & measurement. Primary responsibilities are to (1) develop sensor/strain gage designs and support product manufacturing processes for same, (2) create and improve products using SolidWorks 3D, (3) perform engineering FEA (stress/strain) analyses, and (4) take responsibility for the mechanical and electrical specifications.
Reports to: Engineering Manager
Electrical Engineer III
Electrical Engineer III position requires superior understanding of analog and digital theory, a full understanding of software code development and the development of electronic measurement instrumentation. This position requires excellent analytical and problem solving skills. Well-developed communication skills for interaction with sales, engineering, manufacturing and customers are a must. The position will manage the activities of other engineers in the electronics group and will act as a mentor to other company personnel.
Reports to: Engineering Manager