Founded in 1947 by Harold and Sidney Guller in their father’s basement, Essex Industries has grown to five facilities with over 200,000 square feet of manufacturing space and 420 employees.
The Gullers entered the Aerospace and Defense market with their first product, an F-214 Radio Noise Filter. Over the past six decades, the product range has grown to include Life Support Equipment, Ground Support Equipment, Platform Controls and Aircraft Components. As a result, Essex Industries has been a part of virtually every major military and commercial aerospace program since 1947.
Learn more from our third generation CEO, Evan Waldman.
Essex is building the future innovators by attracting and hiring talented, hard-working new employees. We’re proud to offer several internship programs all aimed at educating tomorrow’s leaders about modern manufacturing and providing real-world experience. In addition to technical skills, students are assigned a mentor who helps participants learn soft skills, such as navigating the corporate environment.
- Human Resources
- Supply Chain Management
A Career with Benefits
Since 1947, Essex has been offering high quality parts and services to our customers. Our employees are at the forefront of creating a positive customer experience and we appreciate their dedication by offering a competitive total rewards package for our employees. We are committed to making sure our employees feel appreciated, making Essex a great place to work.
Retirement Benefits – 401k
Life and Accidental Death &
Work Life Harmony
Work from Home Option
Paid Time Off
10 Company Holidays
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Legal Advice & Services
Identity Theft Protection
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Short Term Disability
Training & Development
Our strong company leadership, a commitment to a growth philosophy and well-defined values create a culture of responsibility and achievement. We pride ourselves on our culture and feeling of home and family among the Essex employees.
Work together as a team so we can achieve greater things.
Be ready and willing to adapt as things change.
Appreciate customer insights so we can improve our service to them.
See problems as a challenge and an opportunity for growth.
Do what you say you are going to do.
Treat all coworkers, customers and suppliers fairly and with respect.