Who is the Brilex Group of Companies?

The Brilex Group of Companies developed over the course of the past 23 years; however, in 2010, the group was officially established when Brilex Industries expanded their facilities, formed joint ventures and purchased the assets of the Taylor-Winfield Corporation (now known as Taylor-Winfield Technologies).
Our group consists of the following member companies:
  • Brilex Industries, Inc.
  • Taylor-Winfield Technologies, Inc.
  • BBM Railway Equipment, LLC
  • Brilex Technical Solutions, LLC
The Group brings together the synergies of industry’s best and understands the importance of, and is committed to the highest quality products, on-time deliveries, superior customer service and competitive pricing.

Career Opportunities

Below, browse a list of career opportunities within The Brilex Group of Companies. You can navigate through the companies by clicking on the tiles with the company name to expand the opportunities, and click on the position title to expand the details. To apply for a position, click here, or click the "Apply Now" link at the bottom of the position details.

Brilex Industries, Inc. (3)

Large HBM 2nd Shift Machinist

Job Title: Large HBM 2nd Shift Machinist
Company: Brilex Industries, Inc.
Reports To: Machine Shop Supervisor
Direct Reports: 0
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

POSITION REPORTS TO: Machine Shop Supervisor



JOB SUMMARY:  The CNC Machinist works with computer numeric controlled (CNC) heavy machinery from set up to operation to produce parts and tools from metal or other materials. The CNC Machinist operates CNC Horizontal and Vertical Mills and Machining Centers utilizing medium to heavy steel plate in a fabrication/job shop environment. The CNC Machinist is to process methods in accordance with specifications and quality standards.


·         Interpret packet of router, engineering drawings, blue prints, and other work instructions

·         Program review, including debugging and problem solving

·         Load feed mechanism by using an overhead crane to lift materials into position

·         Perform typical machine shop operations

·         Mill, turn, drill, tap, de-bur, saw, and sand fabrications

·         Verify settings by measures, marks, and scribe dimensions and reference points on first-run part

·         Clean and perform inspections of the first-run part, machines, and tooling

·         Select, align, and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials on machines as necessary to machine parts as required

·         Calculate and set controls to regulate machining factors such as speed, feed and depth, and angle of cut, or enter commands to retrieve, input, or edit computerized machine control according to guidelines

·         Troubleshoot malfunctions or resolve issues as required

·         Perform routine maintenance on machines as required

·         Measure dimensions of finished work pieces to ensure conformance to specifications

·         Maintain a safe, organized and clean work environment.

·         Operate multiple machines when practical and necessary

·         Perform all other duties, as assigned



·         High School diploma or graduation from a certified technical school

·         3-5 years prior CNC Machining experience

·         Experience machining medium to heavy plate fabrications

·         Solid knowledge of reading and interpreting blue prints, performing set-ups and editing programs in G & M code

·         Willingness to be cross trained across multiple pieces of equipment

·         Adherence to safe work practices

·         Must be able to take and pass a vision acuity test



·         Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) certification

·         Work keys

·         Experience working in a fabrication/job shop environment

Essential Physical Functions Needed

·         Ability to frequently lift/push/pull 50 pound objects

·         Use of hands/fingers to grasp, pull, handle and manipulate parts and tools

·         Ability to constantly stand and walk throughout the workday

·         Frequent ability to sit at work station

·         Exposure to noise, fumes and varying temperature

·         Perform repetitive motions

·         Hand-eye coordination

·         Must be able to take and pass a vision acuity test

Equipment USed:

·         Forklift

·         Overhead crane

·         CNC milling equipment

·         Various inspection gauges

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Machine Assembler (Electrical Background)

Job Title: Machine Assembler (Electrical Background)
Company: Brilex Industries, Inc.
Reports To: Plant Manager
Direct Reports: 0
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

JOB SUMMARY:  The Mechanical Assembler is responsible for the disassembly, assembly, repair and rebuild of moderately complex and complex fabrications, equipment, machines and subassemblies.


·         Review job traveler and related documents describing work to be performed and in what sequence

·         Review customer blueprints and engineering drawings as needed for build requirements

·         Assemble, disassemble, repair and rebuild fabrications using appropriate mechanical and power tools

·         Install hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical components


Electrical experience required

·         Minimum 2 years’ experience in manufacturing environment

·         High school diploma or equivalent

·         Previous mechanical, electrical, hydraulic or pneumatic assembly experience in a manufacturing environment

·         Strong mechanical ability

·         ACT Work Keys Career Readiness certification required

·         Ability to operate overhead cranes and motorized lift equipment


·         Post high school training in mechanics, i.e. auto mechanics, industrial maintenance, industrial hydraulics and/or pneumatics, etc.

·         Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) certification

Essential Physical Functions Needed

·         Stand for long periods of time up to and exceeding 4 hours

·         Climb on narrow tread ladders and platforms

·         Frequently lift up to 50 lbs.

·         Squat and work at low proximity to floor level.

·         Pull and push large mechanical assembly tools, wrenches, etc.

·         Work with arms extended above shoulder and/or head level.

Equipment Used

·         Overhead cranes and lifting equipment

·         Electric grinders, electric cutoff saws, and hydraulic power equipment

·         Precision hand held inspection equipment

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QC Inspector - Machine Shop

Job Title: QC Inspector - Machine Shop
Company: Brilex Industries, Inc.
Reports To: Machine Shop Manager
Direct Reports: 0
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt


Responsible to determine materials and products conformance to customer drawing and quality requirements through initial inspection, in-process machining audits, and final machining inspection as defined by inspection/test plans, inspection reports, and internal Brilex Quality Systems


Perform incoming and final inspection of machined components using precision measurement devices

Create, complete, and control clear and accurate inspection report documentation for the record keeping of project measurement data

Review and develop of inspection and test plans, perform machine job packet review, and assist with in-process machining audits

Report and dispose non-conforming material and product, support the completion of non-conformance repair activity;  assist with root cause analysis and corrective actions

Assist with customer source inspections and customer quality-related visits and requests

Maintain Brilex internal calibration system via internal device audits, inspections, and re-calibrations

Take part in internal process audits, assist with process improvement activities, and support the development, writing, training and implementation of process documentation


·          5 years Quality Experience preferably in a heavy machinery manufacturing setting (2-year or 4-year degree may substitute experience)

·          Understanding of the machining process, Machine Shop background and/or experience as a Machinist

·          Ability to understand and interpret manufacturing code quality documentation and criteria

·          Read and interpret customer blueprints and specification documentation

·          Ability to understand and apply tolerances and  GD&T principles

·          FARO metrology, CMM, or other computer-aided measurement experience

·          Use of Microsoft Office Suite and other basic computer skills


·          Trade school diploma or Journeyman card

·          Six Sigma Green Belt is a plus

·          American Society of Quality certification(s) is a plus

·          Experience in a supervisory role and working in a team environment

Essential Functions Needed

·          Sound personal and professional communication skills

·          Critical and analytical decision-making skills

·          Strong multi-tasking and organizational skills for dynamic, fast-paced manufacturing setting

·          Uphold a positive attitude and present a consistent, strong work ethic

·          Willingness to learn, take constructive criticism, and work in a team environment

Essential Physical Functions Needed

·          N/A

Equipment Used

·          FARO Metrology – Tracker and Arm

·          Precision measurement and monitoring hand tools and devices

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Taylor-Winfield Technologies (0)

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BBM Railway Equipment, LLC (0)

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