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Manufacturing company expanding to bring 50 jobs to Auburn

High school students are getting work experience at Briggs and Stratton.
High school students are getting work experience at Briggs and Stratton.(WTOC)
Published: Mar. 30, 2021 at 4:32 PM EDT
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AUBURN, Ala. (WTVM) - After surviving Chapter 11 bankruptcy, an Auburn manufacturing company is looking to add people to its team.

Briggs & Stratton now has a new owner and a new CEO and is looking to fill 50 hourly positions.

The manufacturing company specializing in building engines is looking to fill positions across all shifts, including assembly, forklift operations, setup technicians and skilled trades. Some salaried positions are also available.

“Now is an exciting time to join Briggs & Stratton and be part of a new beginning,” says Steve Andrews, Briggs & Stratton’s new President and CEO. “Many opportunities are available to be a part of an iconic company with a renewed focus on innovation, new products, quick action and growth. I’m impressed with the talented team of employees at Briggs & Stratton and look forward to growing that team to support what will again be a very successful business.”

For more information and to apply, click here.

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