HarbisonWalker International will hold a job fair on July 27 at its Fulton plant


Local production company HarbisonWalker International will host a job fair next week. The company is looking to hire at least 20 production technicians.

HWI is the largest provider of refractory products and services in North America. The Pennsylvania-based company also operates a plant in Fulton.

The fair will be held Wednesday, July 27 at HWI’s Fulton plant at 111 W. Enice Rd. It will run from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Refreshments will be served.

During the fair, HWI will organize job screenings and on-site interviews. Vacancies will offer market-leading salaries and competitive benefits, including full benefits after 30 days of employment. Fulton Career Fair attendees will have the opportunity to meet and chat with current HWI factory employees to learn more about building a career at HWI.

HWI’s various operations in Missouri, collectively referred to as MO1, produce refractory products that make possible the manufacture of items such as bridges, buildings and windows, clothing, chemicals, and food.

“We are excited to offer high-quality, lifelong career opportunities and professional training at our Fulton facility,” said Kevin Ballard, senior director of operations, engineering and environment at HarbisonWalker International. “With over 150 years of industry leadership, we are a stable and essential company for all other manufacturing activities. Our Production Technician positions offer market-leading compensation and the competitive advantages of a company thriving and inclusive that sees employees as its most important asset.The Fulton plant, along with all of our MO1 operations, helps drive the future of our industry forward, so this is an exciting time to be part of the HWI family.”

To learn more about HWI, visit https://thinkhwi.com. For more details on career opportunities or to apply for specific positions online, visit https://thinkhwi.com/careers.

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