Diversity in Power Transmission/Motion Control

A diverse and inclusive workforce fosters collaboration and innovation and fully supports a skilled power transmission/motion control community. 


The power transmission/motion control industry needs you! Employers from the field recognize that when people from different backgrounds work together, to collaborate, innovate, serve customers and solve problems, everyone benefits. No matter what race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or background you have, you are encouraged to apply for the open positions available in the field of power transmission/motion control.

Women

Women have played a large role in the success of the industry. There will continue to be many opportunities available for them in the future!


Read what two women in the field have to say:

"I stumbled upon this industry. Prior to working for Kaman, I had no idea such an industry even existed.  Much to my surprise as I did my research I still didn't quite understand what this company did. Now that I've been in my role for about three and a half years I've learned just how dynamic this industry is."
Danielle Lea, Kaman Industrial Technologies, human resources department

"I jump out of bed every day and cannot wait to get started working. The people in this industry are fun, professional, fair, and a friendly group to work with.  There are always sixty-two things happening at the same time.  There is never a dull moment."
Sandy Johns, Brady Corporation, channel manager

Minorities

Power transmission/motion control is an equal opportunity field of employment.


We offer anyone who is willing to put the time and effort into making a career for themselves the opportunity to excel. Employers in the field fill their current and future openings through considering all possible candidates regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, country of origin, religion, etc. recognizing that each individual brings something unique to the table.

Veterans

Are you or someone you know a veteran looking for a new career?

Veterans have several marketable skills that are valuable within the power transmission/motion control industry. Among the many trade skills picked up throughout a military career, the leadership and team building skills alone are second to none!  

If you or someone you know has military background that includes things related to supply chain, inventory or logistics, you/they are prime candidates for jobs in the field.

Learn more about power transmission/motion control companies and their available jobs.

Be sure to visit the Job Board and post your resume so employers can find you.