We are Wiley
We’re always looking for exceptional people who are called to serve. What do you need to be successful at Wiley Companies? A willingness to exemplify our core values (How We Behave) in everyday work, namely:
Excellence in Everything
You are Important
A positive attitude, willingness to work hard, strong analytical skills, solid writing communication, and attention to detail are a must for most positions. Because we select candidates primarily for a cultural “fit” with Wiley, many of our employees receive their training in-house or on-the-job to excel in their service at the company. You don’t have to be the leading expert in nutritional products or chemistry, although that certainly helps! We’re primarily looking for people with a helpful spirit that have a willingness to learn new things, be unafraid to ask “why not?”, and communicate openly and honestly as they serve others.
We carefully craft the finest nutritional ingredients and performance materials and provide unparalleled service to our clients.
We are an independent, thriving company that makes products that improve the lives of people around the world—and we’re committed to seek persistent innovation.
We exist to glorify God and provide meaningful and fulfilling work in our communities
“Working at Wiley Companies gives me much pride, respect, and love for the company, fellow
employees, and the community."
— Jody Williams, Export Specialist
“Working for the Wiley Companies has enabled me to learn and increase skills to better serve people inside and outside of the company."
— Curtis Phillips, Insulation Supervisor
“I enjoy working every day with passionate people on challenging problems that are positively affecting the lives of others!”
— Cole Lapp, Chemical Process Engineer
“Working at Wiley Companies has given me, not only the ability to learn about fish oil, but the
ability to share this knowledge and wellness with my family and community."
— Roxy Vickers, Buyer
"During my 11 years of employment, I have always felt like a valued employee and have had many opportunities for growth."
— Julie Davis, Staff Account
"When you work with a team that gives their all every day, it naturally challenges you to learn, grow, and improve."
— Roberta Moore, Inside Sales Rep
"Working for a company that values you and your success has been life changing!"
— Heather Michael, HR Assistant
"I enjoy the challenges of new processes and continued growth."
— Eric Worthington, Production Supervisor
"Starting my journey at Wiley 25 years ago was the best decision I ever made. I have gained a world of experience, a wealth of knowledge and friends who have become family."
— Jeff Adams, Logistics Technician
Explore the benefits of being a Wiley family member
Working with us pays off—and it’s about way more than a paycheck. We invest in our employees’ well-being, personal and professional growth, and future. Here are a few of the reasons working with Wiley is worth it.
Helping You Succeed, Safely
We provide Flame Resistant (FR) uniforms and all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required at no cost to the employee. We also have an annual winter wear allowance for eligible employees to choose FR coveralls, jackets, hoodies, and other cold weather gear. We provide safety shoes/boots on a yearly allowance, safety prescription glasses, hard hats, respirators, harnesses, and other safety equipment as needed to safely perform your work.
We provide comprehensive medical insurance that has 100% of the premiums covered by the company and a broad network of providers in Ohio and nationally. Dental, Vision, Accidental Death & Disability, and Supplemental Life Insurance for employees and spouses are 100% covered by the company. Should you have an extended illness or medical condition, we provide Short-Term Disability coverage of 67% of your salary for up to six months at no cost to the employee.
401k/Investing in Your Future
Our 401k retirement savings program allows for employees to utilize either traditional or Roth (after tax) plans. The company matches 50% of each dollar saved up to 10% of employee deferrals, effectively giving employees that save 10% annually an additional 5% every year towards their retirement goals.
Because we select candidates primarily for a cultural “fit” with Wiley, many of our employees receive their training in-house or on-the-job to excel in their service at the company. So you don’t have to be the leading expert in nutritional products or chemistry—although that certainly helps!
Positions at Wiley
Chemical Process Operators
- You are responsible for operating specific process equipment to produce our products. Analytical problem-solving skills, and mechanical systems aptitude are a must for success in these roles. Awareness and expertise in chemistry (high-school or college-level) is desired, but not required to be successful in this role. These positions typically work 12-hr shifts on a 2-2-3 or 4 on 4 off schedules.
- You will primarily be responsible for packaging our finished products in small and large containers. Excellent observational skills, written communication, and attention to detail are critical for success in these positions. Material Handlers typically operate a tow motor and some process equipment in their function. These positions typically work 12-hr shifts on a 2-2-3 or 4 on 4 off schedules.
- You will be responsible to help move raw materials and products around our facilities to support our production organization. You’ll help keep track of our inventory. You’ll be involved in loading bulk trucks, railcars, and prepare finished product shipments to our customers. Tow motor license and Class A CDL are generally required for most positions. These positions typically work 8hrs x 5days/week on either days or evenings.
- You will be responsible to help schedule the manufacturing operations of the company to fulfill internal and external customer orders. Attention to detail, ability to multi-task, problem-solving on the fly, and excellent spreadsheet manipulation skills are keys to success in these positions. It’s helpful to have prior experience in manufacturing operations, whether in food, pharmaceutical, chemical, plastics, automotive, or other types of manufacturing. These positions typically work Monday through Friday 8am – 5pm.
QC Laboratory Technicians
- You are responsible for running many different chemical and physical analyses to verify the quality of incoming raw materials and finished products. You act as the eyes and ears of the production organization as you test the quality of our work day in and day out. Attention to detail, basic knowledge of chemistry and chemical materials, and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment are key for success. It’s helpful to have college-level chemistry, especially organic chemistry, but a solid foundation in nearly any science will serve you well in this position. These positions typically work 10hrs x 4days/week during day, afternoon, or night shift.
- You are responsible for building the piping and process systems designed by our engineering team. Your craftmanship in metalworking and welding are employed to ensure our processes perform as designed and operate safely. Experience in TIG/MIG welding are a must, as most of our welding is performed on stainless steel and other high nickel alloys. These positions typically work 8hrs x 5 days per week on day shifts.
- You are responsible to keep our process systems and machinery in tip-top operating condition. We operate boilers, chillers, cooling towers, direct expansion refrigeration units, pumps, compressors, vacuum pumps, and many other types of equipment. We refurbish and repair equipment to ensure our processes maintain a high level of operational efficiency. If you thrive in a fast-paced environment that allows you to use your mechanical skills to conquer new challenges every day, this is a role for you. Experience in industrial maintenance operations, especially familiarity with refrigeration, boiler and chiller operations is beneficial. These positions typically work 8hrs x 5 days per week or 12 hrs on a 2-2-3 rotation in both day and night shifts.
Research and Development Chemists
- You are responsible to explore new and innovative chemical processing techniques to ensure we efficiently meet the purity and yield expectations of our customers. This requires a curious and inquisitive approach to not just employ accepted chemical processing steps and techniques, but to innovate relentlessly to ensure we’re forging new territory and employing the best chemistry that we can in pursuit of high-performance, efficient, and cost-effective solutions.
Engineers (Chemical, Mechanical, Electrical)
- You are responsible to ensure the production systems we build and operate daily are performing at or above our designed criteria. We design and install complex mechanical and electrical systems that perform many different kinds of industrial chemistry, specializing in distillation and other chemical and physical separations. We’re focused on safe and efficient operations that deliver speed to market for our customers daily. Attention to detail, excellent communication, and a willingness to ask “Why?” and “Why not?” daily are keys for success in this role.
- You are responsible to ensure we keep track of the money! Keeping payables and receivables balanced and on time, tracking manufacturing costs and capital spends are all standard accounting functions. We’re focused on finding responsible, accurate accounting professionals with a high ethical standard and dedication to excellence.
- You are responsible to ensure we get the best value from our vendors for all of the materials, equipment, and services the company needs. We’re focused on saving money and delivering on time, but also want to build enduring relationships with our vendors and partners. You help choose the right people and companies for us to work with as we seek to best serve our customers.
- You are our face and hands to the world. We’re looking for cheerful, helpful, and friendly representatives that want to make a difference in the lives of others. You help find, nurture, and grow our relationships with customers. It’s an awesome responsibility, but rewarding when you help solve a problem for a customer and bring home revenue to support our business and grow our team. It’s helpful to have a background in science or a technical field, but not necessary. Travel can be a significant part of this role, since we have customers in over 30 countries around the globe and exhibit at over 10 shows and conferences annually. Flexibility, friendliness and a willingness to serve and love others is key for success in a sales role.