TacJobs – American Outdoor Brands Corporation

American Outdoor Brands Corporation is a holding company that owns, directly or indirectly, a family of consumer product companies, including Smith & Wesson Corp., Battenfeld Technologies, Inc., Crimson Trace Corporation, SWPC Plastics, LLC, and BTI Tools, LLC. Those subsidiary companies operate in four divisions and manage multiple brands, including: BOG–POD®, Caldwell®, Crimson Trace®, Deep River Plastics® Frankford Arsenal®, Golden Rod®, Hooyman®, Imperial™, Key Gear®, Lockdown®, M&P®, Non–Typical Wildlife Solutions™, Old Timer®, Performance Center®, Schrade®, Smith & Wesson®, Thompson/Center™, Tipton®, Uncle Henry®, UST®, and Wheeler® Engineering.

They currently have multiple openings, including:

Associate Channel Marketing Manager

The Associate Manager, Channel Marketing is responsible for creating, implementing and managing channel marketing strategy to ensure objectives are accomplished on time and on budget. The successful candidate will conceptualize develop & implement multi-faceted programs and promotions, aligned with key sales, marketing and brand initiatives.

Manufacturing Engineer

The Manufacturing Engineer will develop and implement optimal, cost-effective manufacturing processes and methods in accordance with product specifications and quality standards. The position will recommend and implement improvements to production processes, methods and controls. It will also coordinate manufacturing launch for new or revised products. Priorities include process improvement, problem resolution, project management and employee training.

Product Engineer II

Perform Engineering tasks either as the administrator of a small project requiring standardized course of action, or as the administrator of an assigned segment of a larger project. Projects consist of solving production design problems and developing new models, and meeting project deadlines as outlined by the Project Management Team. Requires strict compliance with all Company policies as defined by the Executive Management Team, as well as adherence to the Company’s Quality manual and ISO Policy, and conducting business with ethical business practices at all times.


Process Engineers develop manufacturing processes to manufacture New Product Development (NPD) parts. Their responsibilities revolve around three critical test pilot lots.

• Design Concept Validation — Make parts by any method and as quickly as possible for initial design testing.

• Design Process Validation — Establish the production process and produce parts to validate the manufacturing process and the design.

• Production Pilot Lot — Finalize manufacturing process so production can make parts to validate and approve the design and the manufacturing process readiness.

For full details, visit aob.com/careers.


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