Located in beautiful Cache Valley, Campbell Scientific, Inc., employs more than 300 people dedicated to delivering state-of-the-art measurement and control systems to customers all over the world.
We provide a competitive, total compensation package coupled with a well-known family-friendly work environment. Founded in 1974, the company has achieved preferred employer status reflected by an average employee tenure of more than 14 years.
We hire talented people in four main areas.
Dedicated to our clients' missions, Sales and Marketing works closely with clients, engineering, and manufacturing to define, deliver, and support the industry's most trusted solutions. We take pride in serving as the voice of the customer during development and as trusted advisers during the sales and support processes. We work closely with Manufacturing to ensure both products and tailored solutions meet the exacting needs of the customer.
Our Manufacturing Department produces high-quality, highly reliable electronics and related mechanical assemblies. We use state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and advanced material resource planning systems to perform above industry standards. Our employees take pride in their work, which is reflected in the quality and reliability of our products and services. We employ both part-time students and full-time career employees for opportunities to work in electronic manufacturing, mechanical and systems assembly, precision cable and sensor assembly, materials and inventory control, machining, and sheet metal fabrication.
Our product developers are committed to researching and applying relevant technology to meet the measurement instrumentation needs of our customers. We work closely with Marketing to ensure that our innovative designs solve real-world customer problems. In addition, we work in conjunction with Manufacturing to guarantee that quality is designed—and built—into each of our products. We place a high value on the technical performance of our designs, and we take pride in knowing that our customers trust our gear for its ruggedness and reliability. Our development teams include mechanical, electrical, and software engineers.
The Administration Department serves as the backbone of our organization. It is responsible for the flow of information from and to each department with a focus on budgets, expenses, and financial forecasts, as well as the recording and reporting of all business activity. This department includes financial accounting, payroll, and human resource information systems operations. Our employees are accountable and responsible for legal compliance across all business transactions, including finances, benefits, and employment activities.
We believe in working together to achieve common goals and in balancing our work lives with other interests in a healthy and manageable way. We believe in removing obstacles that interfere with productivity, celebrating milestones, and finding ways to make work more fun.
As an employee, you can expect clear and consistent communication with your manager about job expectations and the effect of your contributions toward our strategic initiatives.
We select, promote, recognize, and reward our employees based on these ARCTIC values:
We are committed to satisfying the measurement instrumentation needs of our customers, especially those who are working to advance science and technology for the benefit of humankind.
Be the global supplier of choice in environmental and infrastructure monitoring solutions.
There are four characteristics that we look for in our potential employees:
Campbell Scientific, Inc., is an equal opportunity employer, and it is our goal is to make every employee feel valued, respected, and heard. Our diverse, mission-driven employees are unique, but we share a common passion for providing solutions and services that are designed to meet the measurement and monitoring needs of our customers. We strive to create a workforce that more closely matches the diversity of the customers we serve. While we represent a diverse workforce across the globe, we also strive to be inclusive in our thoughts and actions as we interact with others.
When we talk about our commitment to environmental sustainability, we are referring to our mindfulness of the effect that we have on our environment and natural resources. As a company and as individuals, we make a conscious effort to produce the smallest environmental impact possible so that we may preserve our quality of life for present and future generations.
As a manufacturer of scientific measurement instruments, our products are used by scientists and researchers across the globe to make more informed, data-driven decisions that affect the future of our environment. Moreover, our products are used in the renewable energy market for solar and wind energy assessments so that we can lessen our dependence on non-renewable resources.
Learn more on our Environmental Sustainability web page.
Cache (pronounced “cash”) Valley is home to Campbell Scientific, Inc., and the City of Logan. Those who call Cache Valley home (whether they were born and raised here, or chose to move here) enjoy a lower cost of living than many comparable areas of the country, an economy that is growing, and a low crime rate. Residents also have an abundance of local, family-friendly activities to choose from, many of which are free.
Extending more than 50 miles through northern Utah, Cache Valley is nestled between the Wellsville Mountains on the west and the Bear River Mountain Range on the east. The climate and landscape of the area are similar to those of the Rocky Mountain area.
Cache Valley's natural beauty offers year-round outdoor recreational and photographic opportunities, as well as beautiful sunsets. Residents experience the wonder of four distinct seasons as they watch the mountains change color with each season.
No matter what time of year it is, the 40-mile drive on the Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway is picturesque. Winding through forestland, limestone rock formations, lush vegetation, rivers, and streams, this scenic drive culminates in an overlook with a sweeping view of Bear Lake’s turquoise waters.
In the warm, dry months, biking, boating, camping, fishing, hiking, river floating, rock climbing, running, and swimming are all popular activities. Many of our employees bike to work, and our campus provides bike racks, lockers, and shower facilities for them.
During the winter months, the skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling enthusiasts come out to play. Ten major ski resorts lie within a two-hour drive of Logan, with the closest being only 27 miles away.
In addition to the great weather and opportunities to explore the outdoors, Cache Valley also offers a variety of cultural events. Across the valley, community festivals celebrating culture and history populate event calendars from February through November. Cache Valley offers a world-class opera and musical theater festival that brings in talented musicians from around the world and is a favorite attraction among "summer citizens"—those temporary residents who flock here to avoid the heat of summers elsewhere.
Cache Valley is home to many painters, sculptors, photographers, and other artisans; their work is showcased both in local galleries and at art festivals. Live performance theaters offer a variety of productions, and local musicians perform at numerous venues.
Walking tours encourage visitors and residents alike to take a closer look at the history that surrounds them, especially on Logan’s historic Main Street. History buffs can experience the history and heritage of the American West from 1820 to 1920 at a 160-acre center offering hands-on activities.
When it comes to cultural experiences, the sensation of taste shouldn’t be forgotten. For its population size, Cache Valley has a considerable variety of restaurants representing the diversity of the area.
Salt Lake City, with its additional shopping, dining, and cultural options, is only 85 miles away. Less than a day’s drive to southern Utah, several national parks with their famous red rocks await the explorer. Heading north to western Wyoming, a half-day drive rewards the traveler with the majesty and uniqueness of Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. For further exploration, take advantage of the numerous daily flights offered by Salt Lake City International Airport.
Cache Valley is many things. It is a blend of wide open spaces and rural farmland with the comforts of modern city living and big-university opportunities. Cache Valley is a place where you’re just as likely to meet a professor as a farmer. It is a place that many people, whatever their background, call home and wouldn’t trade for anywhere else. Cache Valley has an abundance of activities, offering something for everyone who seeks it.
We require all applicants to apply online. Applications are only accepted for active positions that are posted on our website. Each job posting includes a form that requests minimal but required information.
Each job posting indicates the required documentation such as a resume, cover letter, and—in some cases—work samples. You only need to include what is required for the position you are applying to. An option for additional attachments may appear with some postings. You can add attachments in almost any traditional document format (Microsoft Word, PDF, HTML, etc.).
If you are applying for multiple unrelated positions, submit individual applications with a job-appropriate resume for each. If you are applying for related positions, submit one application, and we will consider the best fit for your talents.
Yes. Our job application software allows us to respond to every candidate. First, we acknowledge that your application has been received. Then, we contact you again when the status of your application has been determined.
As an applicant, after the acknowledgement of receipt of your application, you will typically not hear from us for up to two weeks. (This is generally the amount of time we take to collect applications.) If you are selected for an interview, you will receive an invitation by email. (Please be sure that you have provided us with a correct email address.) Continue to check your email inbox, as well as your spam or junk mail folder, for an update or interview invitation.
The following are some tips to help you write your resume in a way that helps us get to know you and your qualifications:
Sometimes referred to as an “elevator speech” or “30-second me,” use this brief statement to describe your greatest strengths and strongest attributes as they may relate to the specific job you are interested in.
These are the skills acquired over your career that apply directly to the position you are applying for. Include relevant certifications.
We need evidence of your achievements and responsibilities, both academic and professional. How does your experience relate to the job opportunity you are seeking?
List your educational experience, including institutions and achievements.
We don't need a complete biography, but we do want to see a couple of items about your hobbies, interests, and activities outside of the office.
Keep your content focused on illustrating how you can help us, not why the job would be good for you personally.
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