Heraeus Electro-Nite adding 60 positions to Hartland facility

Special to The Freeman

Dec. 16, 2014

HARTLAND — Heraeus Electro-Nite has already started the process of filling 60 positions that will be transferred to the Lake Country facility once the plant in Ellwood City, Pa., is closed in the coming months.

Julie Traub, human resources manager for the Heraeus Electro-Nite Hartland facility, said the company is in the process of hiring automated machine technicians, production operators, engineers and maintenance technicians.

She said Heraeus Electro-Nite has started the process for hiring for these new positions. The Hartland location will also absorb work from the closed Pennsylvania location.

No new building construction is anticipated to accommodate the new manufacturing work coming to the facility.  Heraeus Electro-Nite, however, is in the final stage of adding building space for research and development and administration, Traub said.

Based in Hanau, Germany, Heraeus’ U.S. headquarters are in New York City. The Electro-Nite subsidiary produces sensors for iron, steel and aluminum manufacturing industries.

To apply for the positions in Hartland, go to http://heraeus-electro-nite.com and click on the careers tab.