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30+ days ago

Trade Compliance Specialist

CoorsTek, Inc. Golden, CO

*: Provide technical guidance and regulatory advice to Assistant Counsel, Trade Compliance and internal customers (e.g. sales, foreign subsidiaries…

30+ days ago

Purchasing/Inventory Associate

CoorsTek, Inc. Oklahoma City, OK

in inventory control, purchasing, and distributing raw materials, equipment, machinery and supplies. *Essential Functions: * * Required to wear…

26 days ago

Corporate Tax Accountant

CoorsTek, Inc. Golden, CO

* Responsible for preparation of federal, state, and local tax returns. *Essential…

10 days ago

Corporate Procurement Specialist

CoorsTek, Inc. Golden, CO

*: responsible for the procurement of raw materials, commodities, contract services and equipment in support of production operations across multiple…

30+ days ago

Business Analyst II

CoorsTek, Inc. Golden, CO

* Will provide analytical and project management support to all business units including international facilities, focusing on finance and…

27 days ago

CNC Operators

CoorsTek, Inc. Hillsboro, OR

Responsible for the production of high quality ceramic, metallic, and non-metallic products. Essential Functions: • Required to wear… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Business Development- Ceramic Sales

CoorsTek, Inc. Golden, CO

Responsible for the development and performance of all sales activities in assigned market and/or territory. May staff and direct a sales team and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

CNC Set-Up II - Metal

CoorsTek, Inc. Tulsa, OK

Responsible for the production of high quality crankshafts for the oil and gas industry. Essential Functions: • Required to wear appropriate… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Production Material Handler

CoorsTek, Inc. Oak Ridge, TN

Responsible for the receipt and transport of items between departments and facilities. Essential Functions… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Finite Element Modeling/Analysis Engineer – new

CoorsTek, Inc. Golden, CO

If you have always thought “it could be better,” and want to work for a great organization where the people who touch the product are the most… Glassdoor

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John K. Coors
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    Way too profit focused, poor corporate culture

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Engineer
    Current Employee - Engineer

    I have been working at CoorsTek full-time (more than 3 years)


    Golden CO is a beautiful little town. Company is or could be involved in some interesting markets and could have decent potential.

    Might be OK as a first job out of college.


    The company seems fixated on maximizing profits - even at the expense of future growth. It generally views its customers as adversaries in pricing battles and seeks to deliver minimal quality standards. It spends meagerly on things like R&D, infrastructure and marketing. For a self-proclaimed “high-tech” company it rarely comes up with any thing innovative on its own. Management seems very risk adverse.

    Its growth model seems to be one of acquiring well-established and viable business then gutting them to maximize profits (wealth extraction). They apply a simplified one-size-fits-all management philosophy to all their businesses. This simplistic approach has resulted in failures of several business units and significant loss of market share in others. Their typical response to a business downturn is to immediately shed employees and increase prices (hardly a winning strategy for future growth).

    Wages for worker bees are well below average. They prefer to hire temporaries for manufacturing positions. At middle management/professional levels their salaries are mediocre at best. My suspicion is at the director and VP levels the compensation is considerably better.

    Nepotism is ever-present. There is a whiff of religion that finds its way into the culture (e.g. the company employs local church “chaplains” in lieu of an EAP). Communication within the company is virtually nonexistent.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You should consider a new business model that builds or creates wealth instead of extracting wealth in the form of cash and transferring it to the Coors trust fund.

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