Want to work for Marshall Industries?
We don’t blame you
When you work in a field that’s always changing and evolving, you get to do something new almost every day. And, who doesn’t like that?
At Marshalls, the average tenure is over 10 years! We feel like that’s pretty great.
We offer great benefits including:
- Health, vision, and dental insurance
- 401K matching
- Yearly bonuses
- Opportunities for growth and advancement
We’re also an ESOP (employee stock ownership plan) company, which means that after your first year, you become part owner in the company.
What we’re all about:
“We are an employee-owned company dedicated to providing the best solutions for our customer’s needs through hard work, integrity, and innovation. We genuinely value each employee and are committed to their success in the workplace as well as in their family and community. We take pride in building and maintaining trusting relationships that will last for years to come.” – Mission Statement
“Working together for the success of our company, our customers, and our families.” – Vision Statement
We work hard to live by these statements. Marshalls understands the importance of family. And, we’re always looking for ways to improve our community and to participate in service projects.
Have what it takes?
Aside from loving to travel and being a hard worker and team player, there are a few things that are helpful to someone applying to work for Marshall Industries. If you have any of these skills, we want to talk to you!
- Database administration
- Server administration
- .net, java, python/lua, html, web development
- Structured cabling
- General construction knowledge
What’s our story?
We’re glad you asked. Here are the basics:
- Started 1975 in Salt Lake with 4 employees
- Kept growing
- Today, we’re employee owned (awesome, right?) and have over 90 employees
- Average tenure for employees: 10.5 years (when people come, they don’t usually want to leave)
- That’s it in a nutshell.
Want to join?
What do we do?
We’re expert commercial systems integrators in the corporate, healthcare, education, and church segments.
What kind of systems, you ask?
- Corporate presentation systems
- Audio visual performing arts systems
- Digital signage systems
- Interactive touchscreen control systems
- Public address and intercom systems
- Healthcare nurse call systems
- Card access control systems
To name a few…