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Join the Thogus Team

At Thogus, we’re the best because we work with the best.

Our team is looking for motivated, innovative thinkers to help us change the face of manufacturing. But it's so much more than that.

The Perks

We offer 12 paid holidays off, including your birthday – because of course your birthday is a holiday and should be celebrated. 

Our insurance benefits are competitive, because health is a priority for all of us.

Prepare yourself for a comfortable retirement with a 401(k) with matching contributions.

We recognize team members who go above and beyond with our Monthly Shout Out program, giving credit where credit is due and celebrating wins. 

We hire the best on purpose; knowing they will have a lot of great ideas and opinions. We want all of our team members to have a say in what goes on, including process improvements, business strategies and other ideas. This gives us an opportunity to openly discuss improvement areas and celebrate achievements in a personal setting.

Interested in learning more about our opportunities? We regularly attend job fairs and would be happy to chat there, or you can apply for open positions below.

Manufacturing Engineering Co-op Internship

What better way to have a realistic view of the company you'll potentially work for than by interning with them?

Thogus offers a 12–26 –week long, full-time internship program that provides hands-on experience being a manufacturing engineer. Manufacturing engineering interns gain a basic understanding of the plastic injection molding process while utilizing classroom theory in real-world applications to support the needs of Thogus products. Interns also learn about production manufacturing, lean manufacturing concepts, industrial safety, and many other manufacturing and soft/transferrable skills.

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Current Job Openings

  • Inspection Operator - 2nd & 3rd Shifts

    The Inspection Operator inspects and handles finished goods (plastic parts from an injection molding press or at an offline secondary assembly) and prepares them to be shipped to the customer. This individual is expected to perform job responsibilities according to the company’s core values.

  • Changeover Technician (Entry Level) -2nd & 3rd Shift, Weekend Schedule

    The Changeover Technician is responsible for performing activities of material blending, hopper filling, and equipment cleaning while also performing mold set-up/pulls, initiating process dial-in on new starts, troubleshooting plastic injection molding defects, and ensuring the machines are running according to documented processing specifications. The Changeover Technician is also involved in troubleshooting, process optimization, monitoring, and setting up auxiliary equipment and injection molding presses, and supporting the continuous improvement process. This individual is expected to perform job responsibilities in accordance with the company’s core values.


  • Manufacturing Engineer

    The Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for supporting manufacturing operations by establishing robust processes, applying advanced problem-solving skills and troubleshooting critical problems, especially those related to injection molding. The Manufacturing Engineer will provide professional guidance in areas of risk assessment, process improvement, and lean manufacturing principles. This role will provide both technical guidance as well as hands-on support for the injection molding process. The Manufacturing Engineer will participate in root cause-corrective action investigations, manufacturing cell design, automation troubleshooting, tooling design and repair, process troubleshooting, and assembly of components. The Manufacturing Engineer will take the lead on training and developing for other technical team members related to manufacturing operations and technical support functions. This role will take the lead on improvements to production processes, cycle times, methods and controls and help with implementation. This position reports directly to the Director of Engineering and Quality and works cross functionally with the following areas: Other Engineering team members on topics related to tooling and tool maintenance, equipment, automation and assembly; Program Development team members to coordinate manufacturing launch for new or revised products; Quality Assurance team members to ensure product specifications are being met; Production team members responsible for executing manufacturing processes; Changeover team members responsible for injection molding process support; Maintenance team members for the implementation, maintenance, and repair of manufacturing equipment. The Manufacturing Engineer must also organize which projects should be tackled first based on their importance by working with the Director of Engineering & Quality, along with other technical team members.