Baker employees are a unique and dedicated group of people in northern New England who are committed entirely to one thing: safety. This level of drive and focus has generated worldwide respect among the most renowned science, industry and academic colleagues. The company is a learning site, a research lab, and an advanced, built-to-order manufacturing center.
Be part of a company that leads the industry in clean air, containment and incubation technology, and help us support sustainable, environmentally friendly laboratories.
Baker headquarters occupies a 120,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Sanford, Maine, housing all company activities including sales, marketing, customer service, engineering and design, research, microbiological testing and quality control.
Baker’s home in Sanford offers a small-town lifestyle with big-city availability. Close to the hottest restaurant scene north of Boston, fresh seafood, and beautiful landscapes, Maine residents are nestled right up against Boston’s thriving metropolis, New Hampshire’s White Mountains, and countless quaint New England villages.
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The Quality Engineer is responsible to make sure engineering and manufacturing processes are performed correctly using the right tools, materials and processes. This position works cross-functionally and works to continually improve processes at Baker.
The Inventory Control/Stockroom Supervisor is responsible for monitoring and maintaining accurate inventory levels, performing monthly cycle counts and reconciling inventory discrepancies. This position is focused on improving systems to accurately record inventory levels to meet production orders. The Inventory Control/Stockroom Supervisor also leads and supervises the stockroom team and will be responsible for the stockroom workflow to achieve optimum efficiency and inventory accuracy in the area. The position will be responsible for the safety of the stockroom team, procedure development, administration, scheduling tasks, cycle counting, housekeeping, and quality.
The primary job responsibility of the CAM Programmer is to program production machines, i.e. brakes, punches, lasers, etc., by working closely with the Design Engineering and Manufacturing Department to enable safe and efficient production of quality parts for our products. The production department currently uses only Trumpf and Amada equipment and software.
The Supply Chain Manager is responsible for the entire life cycle of our products. This position is responsible for maintaining customer satisfaction by providing problem-solving resources and managing staff. He/she is also responsible for creating and implementing purchasing, material planning, production scheduling and inventory control processes for manufactured and/or purchased parts, components, sub-assemblies and finished products. This position is responsible for the management of all inventories (on order, in process, and finished goods), and must have an excellent understanding and management of MRP concepts and a complete buyer understanding and adherence to trade organization and supplier standards. The Supply Chain Manager executes and monitors these broad responsibilities through the effective use of the company computerized business or ERP system.
The Electrical Engineering Supervisor leads and supervises the electrical department in the development and implementations, revisions and enhancements in accordance with applicable codes and standards. The supervisor leads and supervises the electrical engineers, electronics technician’s electrical and electronic support for all Manufacturing and Engineering personnel.