TAKTL Careers TAKTL is a pioneer in next-generation facade material solutions and the leading provider of Ultra High Performance Concrete (“UHPC”) facade panels to prominent customers in the architecture and facade engineering markets. We are the first and only manufacturer worldwide to optimize this material for architectural applications while controlling each step from formulation to the finished product. Formed in early 2010, TAKTL invested heavily in R&D and by late 2013 launched its first production facility in Pittsburgh. Since then, TAKTL has established a rapidly growing market position and robust project pipeline, building collaborative relationships with some of the most renowned architects and facade engineering firms in the world. The TAKTL culture is one of innovation and multi-disciplinarian collaboration, drawing talented professionals from a wide range of fields who enjoy working in a fast-paced environment on the leading edge of technology and design. Our recruiting team will contact you if we plan to schedule an interview. No calls, please.


Instructions for Submitting Application/Resume

Step 1. Download the TAKTL Application for Employment.
Step 2. Complete the application and save it to your desktop.
Step 3. Click “Apply Now” and fill out the required fields.
Step 4. Attach the completed TAKTL Application for Employment and resume + cover letter (if available).
Step 5: Click “SUBMIT”



Open positions are listed below. Click on the position to expand the view and review the description and requirements. If you do not see a specific position listed but believe that you would be a good fit for TAKTL, please email your resume and cover letter to resumes@taktl-llc.com


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES


Manufacturing Careers


We are seeking production employees with all levels of experience who are interested in learning a new industry and building a career with a local company. Successful candidates are reliable, hardworking, and team-oriented. Manufacturing experience strongly preferred.

TAKTL offers extensive benefits (medical, dental, vision, short/long term disability, life insurance, 401K, paid vacation, and paid holidays). Starting salary is commensurate with experience.

  • Monday – Friday, 7:00 am – 3:30 pm (shift hours may vary depending on assignment)
  • Physical, drug test, background check required
  • Full Time Position

Potential Job Functions

  • Move and lift molds, concrete panels, or other materials by hand or using forklifts, overhead cranes, or other material handling equipment
  • Operate casting, cutting, drilling and/or spraying machinery and equipment to support production processes
  • Read and interpret fabrication drawings for custom panels
  • Use tools to measure panels, equipment, and parts
  • Record manufacturing data using computer (ERP) system
  • Clean and maintain work areas and equipment

Physical Requirements

  • Constant use of hands and arms in lifting, pushing, pulling, gripping materials
  • Exertion of sufficient force to lift, push, pull or carry objects
  • Walking up and down stairs, balancing, crouching and stooping
  • Standing for 8 or more hours every day
  • Must be able to lift 60 lbs
  • Read and listen to instructions
  • Wear eye, hearing, hand and foot protection
  • Work in an industrial work environment which can be hot, cold, dusty, wet, and/or noisy

Staff Careers


We currently have an opening for an Automation Controls Engineer on our Research and Development team, working with research scientists, industrial designers, equipment engineers, and fabricators, to develop and implement machine and process concepts and continually improve manufacturing efficiencies. The position responsibilities included creating and supporting robust system architecture and optimizing layout electrical/pneumatic schematics, programing and troubleshooting all controls components such as PLC, safety devices, HMI, servo drives, and process hardware from power-on to debug, providing training, support and leadership for cross-functional problem-solving activities and methods.  

The ideal candidate will have 2+ years of experience in controls engineering and enjoyment of innovative problem-solving in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial manufacturing environment.  In addition, he/she will be a systems-thinker, who is exceptionally well organized, has meticulous attention to detail and procedure, and enjoys both hands-on involvement and working in a collaborative, team environment. This position will be based in Turtle Creek, PA with no travel requirements.

Job responsibilities include:

  • Participate in initial equipment conceptual development and carefully balance product specifications, process control requirements layout complexity, cost, quality, and lead-time limits.
  • Design and layout new industrial electrical control panels and create electrical and fluid schematics.
  • Architect, write, and debug PLC code with an emphasis on generating code that is organized, structured, documented, maintainable, and reusable.
  • Generate aesthetically simple HMI screens for complex machinery while providing sufficient feedback for troubleshooting.
  • Select and size electrical and electro-mechanical components such as servos, encoders, lasers, starters, and a variety of electrically controlled actuators.
  • Introduce automated processes into production, and train and Maintenance and Production Teams to support after deployment into production.
  • Characterize and validate new automated process equipment for deployment into production
  • Debug and optimize automated processes to maximize cycle time, improve availability, and yield.

Position Requirements:

  • BS/MS Electrical Engineering, Controls and Computer Control Systems, Mechatronics Engineering, Automation Engineering or equivalent experience.
  • 2+ years of experience as a hands-on Automation Controls Engineer working on high volume automation and/or electro-mechanical production systems.
  • Proficiency programming automated manufacturing equipment. Must have experience with ladder logic and function block programming, Human Machine Interface software, and serial and Ethernet communication between PLCs, instruments, and database systems.
  • Proficiency selecting appropriate circuit protectors, wire and cable, sensors, safety hardware, PLC hardware, remote I/O, VFD and servo systems.

The TAKTL culture is high energy and outgoing with a multi-disciplinary, collaborative approach to problem solving and management. We offer a competitive salary, full benefits, excellent growth potential, and a stimulating, creative work environment.


Green Building AllianceAmerican Concrete InstituteArchitectural Testing, Inc.

TAKTL is the exclusive manufacturer of A|UHPC® Architectural Ultra High Performance Concrete | Made in the U.S.A.
©2020 TAKTL. All Rights Reserved. No part of this website may be reproduced, copied, or adapted, without the prior written consent of the author, unless otherwise indicated.