Careers at Kenway
Current Full-Time Openings:
Composites are the advanced materials of the future! Kenway is always seeking skilled craftspeople who want to be part of building exciting products for industry, for our roads, highway and waterfront infrastructure, and for a variety of other emerging markets from utilities, to submarines, to aerospace. Composites are so much more than just boatbuilding. Experience with composites is NOT required… we will train you. Successful candidates will be committed to safety, demonstrate a high attention to detail, have some basic mathematical skills, and will be excited about learning a new industry. Opportunities for company-paid travel, too. You may think of yourself as a carpenter, mechanic, steelworker, or an expert in other construction trades, but we think of you as someone who you can become a valuable member of our team if you are dependable and able to learn. Become a Certified Composites Technician! Contact us to learn more about starting your career with the advanced material of the future.
Purchasing and Inventory Manager:
Kenway Composites’ Purchasing & Inventory Manager has direct responsibility for managing the company’s purchasing and inventory activities, for both the Augusta-based manufacturing operations as well as the company’s field operations. This includes the timely and efficient procurement of required materials and services for manufacturing and field service operations, balancing quality and price, as well as inventory and shipping/receiving management that supports production requirements.
Industrial Products Regional Sales Manager:
The successful candidate will be responsible for growing manufacturing and field service revenue with customers in the heavy industrial and municipal market segments for products such as fiberglass piping, duct, storage tanks, and structural fabrications. To be considered, you must demonstrate prior success selling high value-added engineered industrial products and field service for both private sales and public solicitations. You must be skilled at identifying and qualifying opportunities, presenting the company’s experience and value proposition to engineering firms, designers, purchasing agents and end-users alike, and closing sales in a competitive market segment. Our successful candidate must be a self-starter, be motivated to work independently, be skilled at cold-calling and relationship building, and demonstrate the ability to manage and prioritize activities to meet goals. Regular weekly travel throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast will be expected. Relocation to Maine not required. Only experienced sales professionals should apply.
KENWAY COMPOSITES IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER