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Michigan City, IN
501 to 1000 employees
Company - Private
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Dire straits? Out of control? Or business as usual? Whatever the circumstance, Dwyer Instruments comes in handy. The company makes a slew of industrial controls and instrumentation. The short list includes valves, pressure gauges, flow meters, air velocity transmitters ... Read more

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    "Great Company, Great future"

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    I have been working at Dwyer Instruments full-time (More than 5 years)


    Good sense of teamwork and camaraderie. If you are dedicated and work hard, boss, colleagues and everyone in general will help you achieve your goals. Sense of ownership, you are the CEO of your sales territory. No bureaucracy, decisions can be made fairly quickly. President of company has open door policy. Executive team wants you to be successful. You are someone valuable to the company, not just a number. It feels as if you are part of a big family. If you can demonstrate success, you will be recognized and promoted. This is a great company, indeed.


    Working on updating and upgrading systems, which could be challenging at times. Wish could have a "recreational room" for employees when taking a lunch break. Restaurants are not around the corner, so you will need to drive a couple of miles if you don't bring your lunch.

    Advice to Management

    Keep focusing on attracting quality and talented people. Continue to recognize those who are fully dedicated to the overall growth of the company.

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    I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Dwyer Instruments.


    I met a representative from Dwyer at my college's engineering career fair and was asked to do an on-campus interview the next day. They then brought me in for an in-person interview at their headquarters in Michigan City, IN. The in-person interview was four 30-40 minute interviews with different people in the company (product manager, marketing director, district sales manager, & VP sales & marketing). A week or two later they contacted me and offered me the position.

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