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INPRO Careers and Employment

About us
Our story begins in 1979, with a single hole in a hospital wall.

At that time, a hole like this was not an uncommon sight. In fact, most buildings showed signs of wear and tear. Chewed-up walls. Mangled and scarred door frames. Broken and peeling corners.


It was impossible for building managers and maintenance crews to keep up with the damage.
 – more... Their doors and walls were naked, defenseless. It was from this dire reality, this literal hole in the wall, that our company was born.

Since then, we have come to another epiphany: just as buildings need protection from the people who use them, people need protection from their buildings too. So now we create shields like privacy curtains and shades so patients can heal more quickly. We build expansion joint systems that protect buildings against Mother Nature’s movements. We fortify washrooms to withstand the toughest commercial demands, and make signs so people never get lost or confused.


We obsess over safety, healthiness and appearance, so much so that we design and manufacture nearly every product ourselves, and put them through exhaustive testing. It has demanded a willingness to go to extraordinary lengths to sweat the details and never settle for anything less than total protection. Maybe we’re a little obsessed? Even so, we’re proud of it. You deserve a company that cares as much as you do.
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What is it like to work at INPRO?

4.2
Work/Life Balance
3.9
Compensation/Benefits
3.5
Job Security/Advancement
3.8
Management
3.8
Culture

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What do employees at INPRO say about culture and work-life balance?

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Written by Estimator (Current Employee) from Muskego, WI on March 30, 2018
This job was my first full time position after completion of my bachelors degree at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. My schedule was managed well through a veteran estimator who assigns projects to us. The job is fast-paced but the culture at Inpro is relaxed and feels like everyone is family. I enjoy working here, however with almost completing - more...
Pros
free lunch every other week
Cons
lack of advancement available for higher educated employees
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What did candidates say about the interview at INPRO?

Interview experience
Based on 8 interviews
Favorable
Interview difficulty
Based on 7 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 6 interviews
About a week
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