About Strom Engineering
Strom Engineering has been serving the Contract Engineering industry in Minnesota since 1961, placing qualified personnel in jobs that demand skilled and responsible employees. As a leader in the personnel field, we know that dependable, experienced employees are important to successful operations and high productivity.
We hold our applicants to rigorous – more... industry standards because we stake our reputation on the quality of our employees. The Contract Engineering Team here at Strom is always working to recruit and place the most talented individuals in the state, but we also make sure to place candidates on assignments appropriate to their needs and skill levels.
So when you choose Strom Engineering, you can be sure you're getting only the most qualified employees for contract or permanent hire. Be sure to visit our Services Section to find out what industries the CE Team currently serves. – less – More from ZoomInfo »
Strom Engineering Employer Reviews
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BanBury Operator (Former Employee), Findlay, Ohio – April 23, 2013
work hard great pay make buddies beat layoffs
welder/fitter, QA, Diesel mechanic, production AP (Former Employee), sealy tx, fairfield oh – February 23, 2013
Electronic Technician (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MN – February 9, 2013
company went on strike twice
Machinist (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WI – January 23, 2013
Hard work, but worth the pay
Second Stage Tire Builder (Former Employee), Findlay, Ohio – January 17, 2013
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