ENDICOTT, NY — Endicott Interconnect Technologies, Inc. (EI) has scheduled a job fair for Thursday, September 25th from 4pm to 7pm at EI in Endicott, NY. The company is looking to add over 150 employees during the fourth quarter of 2008. Professional and full-time manufacturing positions are available.
In addition, EI is modifying its employment practices to reflect the Company’s stable economic position and need for an expanding workforce. Effective immediately, the use of “temporary” labor will be restricted to those jobs that are for a pre-defined period. All other hiring will be for regular, full-time employment including the full suite of benefits. In conjunction with this change, EI will convert qualified employees currently classified as “temporary” to full-time, permanent status, making many of these employees eligible for participation in the 2008 Corporate Cash Profit Sharing Program.
These changes in our employment practices and need for additional positions result from increased demand in the defense and high end computing markets for printed circuit board fabrication and assembly operations,” stated Felicia Williams, VP of Human Resources at EI.
EI’s strong finish in 2007 resulted in a 73% increase in revenue over the previous year, and the Company is experiencing another year of significant revenue increases in 2008. The firm has added 300 plus jobs and spent over $28M in the past three years for capital equipment to add the capacity necessary to meet growing customer demand. The firm has also been awarded 58 patents that influence the design, manufacture and handling of printed circuit boards and semiconductor packaging since its inception six years ago.
EI’s Human Resource offices are situated on the Huron Campus and are located on Heritage Circle, off North Street in Endicott, N.Y. The Company is also accepting resumes and walk-in applicants, scheduling interviews and extending offers prior to the job fair.