Careers at Chemcut

Chemcut, a leading manufacturer of wet processing equipment for the manufacture of printed circuit boards for more than 60 years, is seeking the following positions:

Chemical Process Engineer

Job responsibilities include; developing new industrial processes, providing process criteria for both new equipment and modifying existing equipment, testing new processes and equipment, collecting data required to make improvements and modifications, assisting in investigating and troubleshooting customer process problems, ensuring that equipment works to its specification and to appropriate capacities, assessing safety and environmental issues, coordinating with installation/project engineers, ensuring safe working conditions and compliance with health and safety legislation.

Key skills include an aptitude for and interest in chemistry, IT and numeracy skills, analytical skills, commercial awareness, the ability to work well under pressure, communication and team working skills, and problem-solving skills. Experience with circuit board processes is a plus. The position is located at Chemcut’s main facility in State College, PA. Applicants should have an associate degree or trade school degree or 4 years equivalent in chemical process engineering.
Contact Arlene at 814 272 2800 or email,


Field Service Technician

Job responsibilities include;

  1. Installation and testing of Chemcut equipment at the customer’s location
  2. Training customers for proper operation and maintenance.
  3. Provide technical support for problems by diagnosing and repairing mechanical and electrical malfunctions.
  4. Filling out and submitting service call paperwork completely, accurately and timely.
  5. Prepare quotes to modify, rebuild, and/or repair Chemcut equipment.

This position will require extensive travel including overseas.

Associates degree or trade school degree or 4 years equivalent HVAC/industrial equipment technical experience is required. Strong mechanical aptitude and electrical knowledge is required – along with the ability to troubleshoot PLC control. Experience with single and three phase power, low voltage control circuits and knowledge of AC and DC drives are desirable extra skills.
Contact Arlene at 814 272 2800 or email,