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Integrity • Respect • Innovation • Teamwork

Ruger is dedicated to the growth and development of our associates who make this Company one of the nation's leading manufacturers of rugged, reliable firearms. Ruger provides a preferred work environment by promoting and celebrating our core values of Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork. We are determined to develop, retain and reward passionate and dedicated associates. Associates are welcome to explore education through our innovative educational program, Ruger University. Classes are available for all levels of associates in both virtual and interactive classrooms. Tuition reimbursement for outside classes is also available for management approved courses. Ruger aspires to be a Company of personal responsibility, and we anticipate you will have aspirations to be a part of our great Company, after contemplating what we have to offer.

Benefits

Plans and Programs

  • Comprehensive Medical Plan - With a Wellness Program that allows YOU to control your premium
  • Prescription Drug Coverage
  • Travel Assistance - Provides assistance with medical emergencies while traveling
  • Dental Plans
  • Vision Care Plan
  • Life Insurance
  • Supplemental Term Life - For you and your eligible dependents
  • Flexible Spending Accounts

Retirement Savings Plan

  • 401(k) Retirement Plan with up to 4% Safe Harbor Company Match
  • Additional 5% Supplemental 401(k) Company Contribution

Time Off

  • Paid Time Off
  • Twelve Paid Company Holidays
  • Short & Long Term Disability Plans

Other Benefits

  • Associate Discount Program
  • Additional Outside Vendor Discounts
  • Quarterly Profit Sharing for All Associates
  • Additional Bonus Opportunities for Qualified Positions
  • Resource Advisor (EAP)

Below is a listing of our current open positions across all of our facilities.

Please check back often as we periodically post new positions.
Prescott, AZ
Enfield, CT
Southport, CT
Mayodan, NC
Newport, NH
Earth City, MO
Fairport, NY

We are in search of a Manufacturing Engineer with 3 plus years' experience to work in our Prescott, AZ location. As an instrumental member of our Manufacturing Team, the Manufacturing Engineer is expected to work collaboratively with leadership, operations and other functional areas, and employees to promote a productive and amicable work environment, while still efficiently meeting the business needs. The Manufacturing Engineer will be hands on and will spend the majority of their time on the factory floor and must have significant process experience. The individual will be responsible for developing, maintaining and improving machining, manufacturing and assembly processes, equipment and tooling and sequence and flow of operations for the production of components and products. The right candidate must be ambitious and self-reliant with a problem solving focus, and be able to function autonomously with a "cradle to grave process ownership" focus. The individual must also be able to adhere to the Company’s core values of Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork.



Tasks:

  • Troubleshoot and solve problems with the manufacturing process.
  • Improve the manufacturability of products and assist with the introduction of new product lines into production.
  • Improve manufacturing efficiency by analyzing and planning work flow, space requirements and equipment layout.
  • Evaluate new processes, equipment suppliers and technology to facilitate continuous improvement of overall efficiency and quality.
  • Participate in update meetings with line managers and operators to give and receive latest information to stay current on issues.
  • Participate in Product Development Cycle by participating on project teams as required.
  • Collaborate with design engineers to evaluate the manufacturability and assembly of the design of a product and recommend changes aimed at DFMA.
  • Program CNC machines using CAM to manufacture components.
  • Design tools and fixtures for the production process.
  • Specify tools and equipment needed to perform manufacturing operations.
  • Generate technical drawings, utilizing the CAD/CAM program, and then assign the drawings to R&D, the tool room or outside machine shop for manufacturing.
  • Prove out the manufactured solution to ensure the resolution is sound.
  • Serve as project manager on manufacturing projects as requested.
  • Coordinate with EHS manager, city, county, state and federal agencies to ensure compliance with governmental regulations.
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, and establishing personal networks.
  • Generate purchase orders on necessary parts or equipment needed.
  • Train personnel on specific process improvements.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be of high integrity and maintain confidentiality at all times. Other requirements and considerations include:
Bachelor's degree in mechanical or manufacturing engineering preferred; 3 plus years manufacturing experience; CAD/CAM experience; strong knowledge of setting up and operating CNC equipment; strong knowledge of trouble shooting manufacturing processes; strong knowledge of fixture & gauge design use; knowledge of GD&T; knowledge of capability studies and gauge R&R; strong communication proficiency, organizational, presentation and problem solving/analysis skills.
Preferred, but not required experience: Experience in a manufacturing environment which operates using a LEAN Manufacturing approach.

Additional Requirements: Must be able to successfully pass a drug and background screen.


Salary: D.O.E-Please include your salary requirements with your resume.

Additional benefits to becoming a member of our team:

  • Competitive compensation package including competitive salary, profit share and bonus (bonus and profit share based on company performance)
  • Heath benefits including medical, dental, and vision
  • Life and Retirement benefits including 401k match, discretionary supplemental 401k contribution, basic and supplemental life options, as well as short- and long-term disability plans
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Relocation Assistance is available for the right candidate that is eager to move north of the Phoenix area.
  • Casual work environment

If you believe you are the right candidate, visit our application site to apply.

We are in search of a Manufacturing Engineer with 5-7 years' experience to work in our Prescott, AZ location. As an instrumental member of our Manufacturing Team, the Manufacturing Engineer is expected to work collaboratively with leadership, operations and other functional areas, and employees to promote a productive and amicable work environment, while still efficiently meeting the business needs. The Manufacturing Engineer will be hands on and will spend the majority of their time on the factory floor and must have significant machining experience. The individual will be responsible for developing, maintaining and improving manufacturing and assembly processes, equipment and tooling and sequence and flow of operations for the production of components and products. The right candidate must be ambitious and self-reliant with a problem solving focus, and be able to function autonomously with a "cradle to grave process ownership" focus. The individual must also be able to adhere to the Company's core values of Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork.



Tasks:

  • Troubleshoot and solve problems with the manufacturing process.
  • Improve the manufacturability of products and assist with the introduction of new product lines into production.
  • Improve manufacturing efficiency by analyzing and planning work flow, space requirements and equipment layout.
  • Evaluate new processes, equipment suppliers and technology to facilitate continuous improvement of overall efficiency and quality.
  • Participate in update meetings with line managers and operators to give and receive latest information to stay current on issues.
  • Participate in Product Development Cycle by participating on project teams as required.
  • Collaborate with design engineers to evaluate the manufacturability and assembly of the design of a product and recommend changes aimed at DFMA.
  • Program CNC machines using CAM to manufacture components.
  • Design systems and manufacturing solutions.
  • Design tools and fixtures for the production process.
  • Analyze the economics of solutions to determine the financial feasibility of a product or design.
  • Specify tools and equipment needed to perform manufacturing operations.
  • Generate technical drawings, utilizing the CAD/CAM program, and then assign the drawings to R&D, the tool room or outside machine shop for manufacturing.
  • Prove out the manufactured solution to ensure the resolution is sound.
  • Serve as project manager on manufacturing projects as requested.
  • Coordinate with EHS manager, city, county, state and federal agencies to ensure compliance with governmental regulations.
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, and establishing personal networks.
  • Generate purchase orders on necessary parts or equipment needed.
  • Train personnel on specific process improvements.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be of high integrity and maintain confidentiality at all times. Other requirements and considerations include:
Bachelor’s degree in mechanical or manufacturing engineering preferred; 5 - 7 years manufacturing experience; CAD/CAM experience; strong knowledge of setting up and operating CNC equipment; strong knowledge of trouble shooting manufacturing processes; strong knowledge of fixture & gauge design use; knowledge of GD&T; knowledge of capability studies and gauge R&R; strong communication proficiency, organizational, presentation and problem solving/analysis skills.

Additional Requirements: Must be able to successfully pass a drug and background screen.


Salary: D.O.E-Please include your salary requirements with your resume.

Additional benefits to becoming a member of our team:

  • Competitive compensation package including competitive salary, profit share and bonus (bonus and profit share based on company performance)
  • Heath benefits including medical, dental, and vision
  • Life and Retirement benefits including 401k match, discretionary supplemental 401k contribution, basic and supplemental life options, as well as short- and long-term disability plans
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Relocation Assistance is available for the right candidate that is eager to move north of the Phoenix area
  • Casual work environment

If you believe you are the right candidate, visit our application site to apply.

There are currently no positions available.

There are currently no positions available.

We are in search of an Oracle Financials Functional Developer/Analyst to work in our Mayodan, NC location. As the individual responsible for delivering end-to-end financial solutions in the Oracle e-Business Suite (EBS) applications space, responsibilities include defining, designing, developing, testing, documenting and supporting the finance/accounting functions at the company. The role requires exercise of discretion and independent judgment in evaluation of user requests/requirements, determining and implementing an optimum approach/solution and related documentation by applying system analysis techniques and procedures. The ideal candidate is expected to work collaboratively with leadership, other associates, and internal IT teams while promoting a positive work environment, and must possess both a proactive and positive attitude along with a strong ability to work with others to further the Company’s core values of Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork.

Tasks:

  • Establish, contribute to and adhere to all key departmental operating procedures around governance, project management, software life-cycle management, change management and application controls
  • Provide oversight on delivery of application solutions and enhancements
  • Act as the subject matter expert, provide guidance, to IT Support, development and integration teams
  • Design, develop, unit test and deploy new business functionality
  • Work with business users and IT colleagues to provide solutions to match business needs
  • Ensure functional documentation is created and updated
  • Provide project implementation oversight, support, including testing of new features, and other system changes
  • Design application features and functions workload and tasks
  • Develop and implement seamless reporting capabilities per business needs
  • Gather and consolidate unrefined business requirements from multiple sources and converge them into meaningful functional specifications
  • Drive delivery of application features to successful completion by coordinating resources and timetables of resources and other stakeholders
  • Coordinate and perform in-depth tests, including end-user reviews
  • Adhere to all key departmental operating procedures around governance, project management, software life-cycle management, change management and application controls
  • Guide in the design, development, testing and deployment of new business functionality
  • Provide guidance on how solutions could help solve business problems, evolve existing business capabilities, and enable new business capabilities
  • Using standard project management methodologies, analyze user operational requirements to design end-to-end solution, develop functional specifications, test cases
  • Provide support for both application and business process issues
  • Document all requests and ensure that the project management process methodology is adhered to including submission/updates to the business requirements
  • Understand, perform and coordinate the analysis and design of business systems solution
  • Develop and execute system testing and test plans as required as well as coordinate and conduct internal user support and training
  • Act as a liaison between the business user groups and the technical systems groups
  • Identify and document application integration requirements
  • Develop and test solutions in collaboration with end-users, execute production migration and post-install after care
  • Improve process flow and user documentation for Oracle ERP and enhance user knowledge and competency
  • Ensure stability and data accuracy in the Oracle Applications production instance post release in addition to meeting customer needs in line with compliance and audit policies
  • Create and manage Oracle Support Service Requests as and when required
  • Design and manage the delivery of program specifications based on consultations with supervisor, programmers, external contractors and end users
  • Document, propose and optimize Oracle ERP applications configuration to provide best usability and information availability
  • Maintain consistency across functionality and processes. Understand the business models across Company’s global enterprise and any unique services / applications / localizations.
  • Perform other tasks and responsibilities as requested

Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be of high integrity and maintain confidentiality at all times. Other requirements and considerations include:

  • At least 3 years of hands-on functional and experience in working with Oracle ERP in corporate accounting modules and projects
  • At least 3 years of IT specific experience related to analysis, development, testing, or equivalent experience acquired by serving as a key business subject matter expert on IT initiatives
  • At least 3 years of functional or techno-functional experience in Oracle financials modules specifically in the corporate accounting area: GL, FA, AR, AP, CST
  • 3 years (Preferred) programming and Oracle E Business Suite experience
  • 1 year PHP, Python and Laravel a plus
  • Demonstrated experience in being self-supporting in EBS technology components: SQL, PL/SQL, reports etc. using TOAD, or SQL Developer or equivalent code edit. Knowledge of PHP, Python, HTML, CSS and Laravel a plus
  • Demonstrated proficiency and willingness to serve as an internal subject matter expert (SME) for Oracle modules including GL, FA, AR, AP, CST providing feasibility analysis, solution design and new functionality implementation as required
  • Understanding of e-business Tax (ZX) module and other tax integration tools such as Vertex
  • Understanding of Oracle Supply Chain cycles and modules: OTC, BOM, WIP, PO
  • Thorough understanding of technical and functional aspects of Oracle ERP including Application Object Library (AOL), and FND
  • Demonstrated experience working with technology and integrated systems with Oracle EBS
  • Cross train internal IT on Oracle ERP new features, functionality and integrations
  • Exposure of information systems, business processes and measures of success
  • Ability to engage in various levels of application development including interaction with subscription service product managers/end users for requirement analysis, system analysis and design, system testing and integration, implementation and documentation required
  • Experience in building relationships with people at a variety of levels
  • Experience in generating process maps for front-end related business processes
  • Ability to articulate to stakeholders the value of recommended approaches and solutions
  • Excellent time and project management skills
  • Able to exercise discretion and independent judgment
  • Outstanding analytical, mathematical, and creative problem-solving skills
  • Listening, interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills

Competencies:

  • Problem Analysis
  • Problem-Solving
  • Adaptability
  • Ability to work alone, or within a team
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to read and interpret technical journals, specifications, international technical standards, etc.
  • Experience in working with Oracle ERP in the corporate accounting.
  • Functional or techno-functional experience in Oracle financials modules specifically in the corporate accounting area: GL, FA, AR, AP, CST
  • Competent in MS Office applications, such as Word, Excel, Outlook,PowerPoint, IDE's such as Toad and phpstorm.or equivalent.

Additional Requirements:
Must be able to successfully pass a drug and background screen.


If you believe you are the right candidate, visit our application site to apply.

We are in search of an Environmental Engineer to work in our Newport, NH location. As an instrumental member of our Environmental, Health and Safety Team, we need someone who is willing to be hands on within our factory facilities performing the required tasks. The right candidate must possess both a proactive and positive attitude and a strong ability to work with others to further the Company's core values of Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork.


Tasks:

  • Ensure location compliance with local and federal environmental regulations in the fields of air, stormwater, wastewater, and hazardous waste/waste management pursuant to existing and to-be-developed programs.
  • Work closely with EHS leaders, EHS Shared Services Team and Manufacturing Engineers in implementing environmental programs, which include training, documentation, sampling, inspections, and reports.
  • Compile environmental data to support EHS leaders in analyzing trends and recommend creative, proactive solutions.
  • Assist EHS leaders with improving and maintaining the pollution prevention program.
  • Gather data needed, prepare and review necessary environmental reports with EHS leaders for submittal to regulatory agencies within required time frame. Reports include: air emissions inventory, hazardous waste generation, Form R report, Tier II, and wastewater monitoring.
  • Train associates in the areas of stormwater, pollution prevention, hazard communication, and/or other environmental subjects as directed.
  • Create processes to implement environmental program using a One Best Way approach.
  • Work with EHS Coordinator to conduct regular industrial hygiene sampling which includes noise, air, wipe, and bacterial samples.
  • Participate in industrial hygiene and safety projects with regards to OSHA and NFPA regulations.
  • Review process equipment for environmental concerns.
  • Conduct regular chemical inventory, facilitate local SDS and chemical compliance.
  • Must exhibit proficient communication and computer skills with Microsoft Suite.

Requirements:BS in Environmental Engineering or equivalent is required. At least two years of work experience in an Environmental position is preferred. Ability to travel within the United States to other Ruger locations, for roughly 20% of the year for a week or longer at a time, or as required.

Certifications: (Preferred, but not required-must have the ability to obtain)

  • Hazardous Materials Transportation DOT
  • NH Hazardous Waste Coordinator Certificate OR RCRA Regulation and Compliance Training
  • Method 9 - Visual Opacity

Salary: Base salary $75,000.

If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, and would like to become a member of our team, visit our application site to apply.

Positions Available in Newport, NH, for both 2nd and weekend shifts.

Exposure to:
Daily Kaizen Participation
Lean Manufacturing
High Volume Manufacturing Environment

Tasks: A Cell Team Associate is responsible for front line production needs. Basic to complex assembly and machine operation is required. Visual acuity, hand dexterity and attention to detail are necessary. The ideal candidate must be flexible and adaptable to change in assignments, and be willing to work an occasional Saturday, if required. The right candidate must possess a positive attitude and a strong ability to work with others to further the Company's core values of Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork.

Skills:

  • Self-Motivated
  • Detail & Quality Oriented
  • Results Driven
  • Strong Interpersonal Skills
  • Good Listening Skills
  • Ability To Take Direction
  • Experience in a high volume, medium mix manufacturing environment

Physical Demands:

  • Associate is regularly required to talk or hear. The associate frequently is required to stand; walk; use hands and fingers, handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms. The position involves sitting, walking and lifting up to 40 pounds several times throughout the day.
  • Job is performed standing all day
  • Job requires substantial movement/motion with regard to walking, bending, lifting, grasping and applying pressure to an object with the fingers and palms
  • Verbalizing detailed or important information to others accurately

Requirements:
You must be a minimum of 18 years old, and able to pass both a background and drug screen.

Preferred attributes:
Previous machine operator or manufacturing experience. High School Diploma, not required.

If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, and would like to become a member of our team, visit our application site to apply.

We are in search of a Manufacturing Engineer with a minimum of 2 1/2 years' experience to work in our Earth City, MO location. As an instrumental member of our Manufacturing Team, the Manufacturing Engineer is expected to work collaboratively with leadership, operations and other functional areas, and employees as well as independently to promote a productive and amicable work environment, while still efficiently meeting the business needs. The Manufacturing Engineer will be hands on and will be responsible for qualifying, troubleshooting and making process improvements in the manufacturing of the firearms components. The right candidate must be ambitious and self-reliant with a problem solving focus. The individual must also be able to adhere to the Company's core values of Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork.

Tasks:

  • Design systems and manufacturing solutions for the plant.
  • Improve the manufacturability of products and facilitate the introduction of new products into production.
  • Perform root cause analysis of failures in complex mechanical processes; develop and implement solutions.
  • Apply scientific principles and analysis to improve product performance, first pass yield and product reliability.
  • Design tools and fixtures for the production process.
  • Specify tools and equipment needed to perform manufacturing operations.
  • Improve manufacturing efficiency by analyzing and planning work flow, space requirements and equipment layout.
  • Evaluate new processes, equipment suppliers and technology to facilitate continuous improvement of overall efficiency and quality.
  • Collaborate with product and design engineers to evaluate the manufacturability of the design of a product, including analyzing the economics of solutions to determine the financial feasibility of a product or design.
  • Attend update meetings with line managers and operators to give and receive latest information to stay current on issues.
  • Act as project manager on all manufacturing projects.
  • Coordinate with EHS manager, city, county, state and federal agencies to ensure compliance with governmental regulations.
  • Participate in training as mandated by OSHA standards.
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, and establishing personal networks.
  • Maintain safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be of high integrity and maintain confidentiality at all times. Other requirements and considerations include:
Bachelor's degree in mechanical or manufacturing engineering preferred; minimum of 2 1/2 years manufacturing experience; Strong experience in SolidWorks, Mastercam and Microsoft Office; hands on experience in CNC machining, CNC programming, and cutting tool application is a plus. The right candidate will also possess a strong communication proficiency, organizational, presentation and problem solving/analysis skills.


Additional Requirements:
Must be able to successfully pass a drug and background screen.


Preferred Attributes:
Previous production experience and knowledge in quality systems, gauging methods, precision grinding processes, managing and controlling extremely tight tolerances, CAD (Solid works), CAM (MasterCAM), Metrology (CMM, in-line gaging, surface plate, air gaging, etc.), and GD&T application and lean manufacturing principles. Salary: D.O.E-Please submit your salary requirements with your resume.


Additional benefits to becoming a member of our team:

  • Competitive compensation package including competitive salary, profit share and bonus (bonus and profit share based on company performance)
  • Heath benefits including medical, dental, and vision.
  • Life and Retirement benefits including 401k match, discretionary supplemental 401k contribution, basic and supplemental life options, as well as short- and long-term disability plans.
  • Paid Time Off (PTO).
  • Relocation Assistance is available for the right candidate that is eager to move to the St. Louis area.
  • Casual work environment.

If you believe you are the right candidate, visit our application site to apply.

We are in search of an Administrative Assistant with a minimum of 3 years' experience to work in our Earth City, MO location. As an instrumental member of our Ruger Team, the Administrative Assistant is a central figure expected to work collaboratively with leadership, operations, other divisions, and employees to promote a productive and amicable work environment, while still efficiently meeting the business needs. The Administrative Assistant's primary duty is to provide high level administrative support to the Company, and its employee's by guiding them to the correct resources under the Company’s Shared Services Model. The right candidate must be able to direct and convey information to others in a way that gives the employee a positive, value-added experience. The individual must also be able to adhere to the Company's core values of Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork.

Tasks:

  • Serve as the first point of contact and information directing resource for all Ruger associates in the local facility with regard to all aspects of Associate Services, including, but not limited to, evaluating the need to escalate issues and referring, as needed, to the appropriate individual(s) for handling.
  • Complete administrative duties in support of all disciplines. This includes the creation, processing and maintenance, both electronic and hard-copy (where still necessary), of associate records.
  • Support the EHS team with coordination and completion of safety and health related tasks, such as labor report for DART and OSHA 300A. Coordinate with external vendors and city departments on local inspections and organizing training for health and safety related training services.
  • Support the EHS team by scheduling all drug screening requirements, administering Workers Compensation for location, and maintaining first aid equipment and supplies, including working with outside vendor.
  • Support the Finance team by providing process support and handling financial transactions with appropriate due diligence and other duties as requested.
  • Serve associates’ HR needs by working with the HR Business Partner to increase HR visibility on the production floor for all shifts, including, but not limited to, visiting every department and production cell regularly to listen and address HR questions and concerns, including demonstrating HR systems functionality. Proactively assist Operations and Group Leaders with Attendance tracking and Time questions. Responsible for keeping the HR Business Partner apprised of any associate issue that needs to be escalated resulting from associate conversations.
  • Provide local assistance to the Learning and Development Group Leader, including, but not limited to, Ruger University, Corporate Compliance Program and any other onsite training coordination.
  • Provide assistance to the Benefits Group Leader and local benefit administrator, including the creation and maintenance of associate files, entering of associate data in to various HR systems, and assisting in all aspects of the Open Enrollment process.
  • Support the Talent Acquisition Group Leader and local recruiter by scheduling phone interviews; coordinating the completion of required onboarding processes for new associates, including, but not limited to, scheduling drug screens; delivering new associate onboarding orientation, including safety, lean and job specific orientations; and preparing badges, passes and identification cards, etc.
  • Timely, effective and efficient coordination of RPM events, activities and information sharing. This includes events such as Anniversary recognition programs, Anniversary gifts, Company awards, Associate Appreciation Day, etc.
  • Assist the HRIS Support team with keeping home location data clean. Cross check all data entry in the various HR systems, including, but not limited to, HRIS, benefit systems, etc.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Preferred Attributes/Competencies:

  • Meticulous attention-to-detail and quality.
  • Required to be professional, up-beat, have a service oriented approach and enjoys diverse responsibilities in a team-oriented environment.
  • Manage and handle confidential data, and be a steward of internal controls.
  • General Accounting experience preferred.
  • Strong time management and organizational skills.
  • Handle multiple projects simultaneously within established time constraints.
  • Perform under strong demands in a fast-paced environment.
  • Must have an aptitude for technology, including an intermediate level of Microsoft Office.
  • Proactive, agile, flexible, and adaptable.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative while also serving as a team player.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to interact effectively with associates across all levels of the organization.
  • Ability to read through a simple requested task to understanding the true goal and modifying behavior and actions to support it.
  • Achievement Oriented – meets or surpasses goals.
  • Team Effectiveness – acts to facilitate the effectiveness of the team.
  • High Integrity – acts in a manner that is consistent with Ruger’s Vision and Values.

Requirements:

  • High school diploma required.
  • A minimum of 3 years of experience supporting business functions.

Preferred, but not required experience:
Associates degree or higher.


Additional Requirements:
Must be able to successfully pass a drug and background screen.


Salary:
Non-Exempt; D.O.E.


Additional benefits to becoming a member of our team:

  • Competitive compensation package including competitive salary, profit share and bonus (bonus and profit share based on company performance)
  • Heath benefits including medical, dental, and vision
  • Life and Retirement benefits including 401k match, discretionary supplemental 401k contribution, basic and supplemental life options, as well as short- and long-term disability plans
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Casual work environment

If you believe you are the right candidate, visit our application site to apply.

There are currently no positions available.

The Hiring Process

We want to you to understand and be comfortable with our hiring process. The process listed below will guide you every step of the way.

  1. Apply

    Applying is easy, visit our application site to apply.

  2. Interview

    If there is an interest in your application we will reach out to you either via phone or email to set up a phone interview. Once the phone interview is complete, if there is further interest we will bring you in for a live interview with the appropriate interview team.

  3. Offer

    Ruger extends offers of employment to the best qualified candidate. Due to legal restrictions surrounding our products, offers of employment are contingent upon successfully completing and satisfactory results of both a background check and drug screen.

  4. Onboarding

    You will be required to bring in all hiring documentation and new hire paperwork either prior to or on the day of hire. A list of qualifying documentation and paperwork that needs to be completed will be provided to you with your offer.

  5. Orientations

    Successful candidates will attend a series of orientations that will introduce you with our Company’s lean culture, values, policies and procedures, the importance of safety and personal protective equipment, and your assigned facility.

  6. Welcome

    We are always here to assist you, should you need it. If the need arises, we have an open door policy that allows any associate to talk with any member of leadership at any time openly and without negative recourse about any questions or concerns you may have.

Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy

Ruger is an equal opportunity employer. Our policy is to maintain a working environment that is free from discrimination and harassment because of race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, age, covered veteran status, or any other protected classification. Company policy and governmental regulations forbid discrimination and harassment in recruiting, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, salary administration, and all other terms, conditions, and benefits of employment.