Join Jarraff Industries

Jarraff Industries is a certified woman-owned business; and it manufactures all of its equipment in the U.S. from a single campus in Minnesota.

Jarraff employs engineers, welders, fabricators, assemblers and other professionals.

It offers competitive wages and benefits, flexible work hours and time off in an environment consistent with family values.

Job Openings in St. Peter MN

Current Full-Time Positions Available

The purpose of this job is to assemble Jarraff Tree Trimming and right of way clearing equipment.

Typical job duties include:
  • Working with schematics, blueprint drawings, or other data to assemble components according to specifications,
  • The ability to solve problems and assist with assemble and sub-assemblies of equipment
  • Reports defective materials or questionable conditions to the department supervisor
  • Maintains the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follows prescribed safety regulations
  • Completes tasks as directed by manufacturing schedules with minimum supervision.
Position requirements include:
  • 2-year technical degree with hydraulics system knowledge
  • 2+ years manufacturing experience, knowledge of manufacturing processes, work measurement, quality assurance, shop routing, blueprints and math
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is working in a shop environment and must be able to lift up to 50-lbs.
This individual will possess the following competencies:

Technical Capacity, Adaptability, Initiative, Time Management, Thoroughness, Learning Orientation, Problem Solving, Interpersonal Skills, Work Quality and Attention to Detail.

Our Design Engineer performs engineering work related  to planning and designing machines, engines, tools, and other mechanically functioning equipment to improve and expand Jarraff Industries, Inc. products.

Typical job duties include:
  • Maintain and design Jarraff products while applying knowledge of engineering principles
  • Confer with engineers and other personnel to design new product
  • Implement product modifications and changes to Jarraff products
  • Evaluate potential design proposals, specifications, and other data to evaluate the feasibility, cost and maintenance requirements of designs
  • Provide information to CAD Designers to support design efforts, Calculations for sizing of components, material specifications, structural elements, electrical and hydraulic, Machine Operations, testing and tuning, Prototype build support for validation phases
  • Lead concept brainstorming sessions with groups to drive innovative design ideas
  • Review BOM’s for accuracy and completeness
  • Vendor/Supplier relationships
  • General data analysis from test results
  • Write test plans for validation of product
  • Lead DFMEA events during new product design projects and Knowledge of engineering BOM integration with MRP system(Microsoft GP).
Position requirements include:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering – Mechanical preferred
  • 5+ years’ of experience in manufacturing and engineering, Technical knowledge of hydraulics, electronics and Solidworks
  • Fluent in Microsoft Office Suites
  • Ability to communicate at high levels across multiple departments
  • Evaluation of proposed design concepts with ability to analyze specific attributes of each for comparison.
This individual will possess the following competencies:
  • Excellent Communication Proficiency
  • Customer/Client Focus
  • Relationships
  • Technical Capacity
  • Problem Solving/Analysis
  • Project Management
  • Results Driven and Awareness of health and safety issues.

How to Apply

Applications can be dropped off in person, e-mailed, mailed, or faxed.

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Jarraff Industries, Inc.
Main Office – Attn: Human Resources 
1731 Gault Street St. Peter, MN 56082


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