We just might be a perfect fit.
Swagelok—a top place to work in Northeast Ohio—manufactures and develops fluid system products, assemblies, and services that impact critical industries around the globe, including research teams, health care manufacturers, and transportation and energy providers. Known for the quality of our people and our work, Swagelok products have been up into space and down to the bottom of the ocean.
We offer competitive wages, benefits starting on the first day, and a 401K with matching dollars. Additionally, our associates enjoy an employee stock ownership program, tuition assistance, personal and career development opportunities, and generous time off.
Driven by our values, we strive to create a positive and inclusive work environment that encourages the personal and professional growth of our associates.
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Swagelok is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
Swagelok is Headquartered in Northeast Ohio
Cleveland has something for everyone.
The city is home to teams from all major sports—the MLB, NBA, NFL, and the American Hockey League. Additionally, Cleveland boasts a world-class orchestra and a variety of museums, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the NASA Glenn Research Center, the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Situated on the shores of Lake Erie, Northeast Ohio residents enjoy access to beaches, islands, and lighthouses, as well as activities that include boating, fishing, water sports, and observing nesting bald eagles. Referred to as the city’s “Emerald Necklace,” there are 18 unique parks surrounding Cleveland. Several of these parks are connected by a 70-mile-long bike path and hiking route.
In addition to countless restaurants, shops, art galleries, event venues, and the largest performing arts center in the U.S. outside of New York City, the region is home to nearly one hundred craft breweries and more than a dozen wineries in the Grand River Valley. It’s the birthplace of Superman, Lifesavers, LeBron James and Machine Gun Kelly.
Northeast Ohio is home to three of the state’s top 10 public schools (according to U.S. News and World Report), more than 100 private elementary and middle schools, more than 30 private high schools, and Case Western Reserve University, ranked #1 in the state of Ohio and 42nd in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report. Ohio’s College Credit Plus program allows high school students to earn free college credits. The median home price in Northeast Ohio is less than $200,000.