BE A PART OF A TEAM THAT VALUES YOUR TALENT

Join the Nidec Minster Team

At Nidec Minster, we are an “engineered-to-order” company that manufactures metal forming presses, coil line equipment, controls and software for companies throughout the world. 

We create custom products to fit the needs of our manufacturing customers. With custom work comes employee-driven initiative, highly-skilled work, advanced technology and continued education.

Whether building a small press or our largest press, it takes team collaboration and skill. Be part of a team that values your talents.

Careers Opportunities Include:

  • Engineering
  • Welding
  • Skilled Machining
  • Skilled Assembly
  • Remanufacturing
  • Service Technicians
  • Inspecting
  • Sales
  • Office Support
  • College and High School Co-Ops and Interns
  • And many more!

What You Gain with Us

Continuing Education

Work Diversity

Collaborative Environment

Opportunity for Advancement

Competitive Wages, Benefits & Incentives

Stable & Secure Employer

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Gain Invaluable Experience with a Co-op

Our co-op/internship program allows high school, JVS and college students to gain experience, continued classroom learning and paid, part-time work while learning from master machine trade experts, engineers, leadership and office support staff. Many of our program graduates are highly sought after as employees upon program completion.

Co-op and internship opportunities include:

  • Engineering
  • Tool Building
  • Remanufacturing
  • Precision CNC Machining
  • Mechatronic Field Service Technicians
  • Welding
  • Business/Finance
  • Operations Management
  • Technical Sales
  • And More

“The tremendous work ethic demonstrated by its employees and the opportunities Nidec Minster provides for young people are two significant reasons I enjoy working here. I started as an engineering co-op and was hired full-time after graduation. Now I design the layouts of our press lines and assist with customer orders within Minster’s Container Division.”

– Alex Bensman, Mechanical Design Engineer