Working at ROCKWOOL
We are a market-leading global company with a proud 80-year history of innovation. We hear often from employees who tell us that working at ROCKWOOL is rewarding. Our well-paying jobs and comprehensive benefits packages have helped earn us recognition as a top employer.
The new facility in Ranson, West Virginia will employ at least 150 people locally with approximately 80 percent of those positions in technician roles supporting the production line and 20 percent in leadership roles.
Baseline salaries will range from $35,000 - $55,000 per year for technicians, and an average of $85,000 per year for leadership and management positions.
For employees, working at ROCKWOOL means they receive a benefits package that includes extended health, dental, and vision (of which the company pays up to 85 percent of the premium), as well as disability and life insurance.
We are proud to offer a well-rounded benefits package which includes 2-3 weeks of paid vacation and a 401K matched up to six percent by ROCKWOOL. All in all, the entire benefits package has a value of about $18,500.
ROCKWOOL provides access to courses, apprenticeships, and a range of in-house and online training programs and resources to support skills development and advancement for employees. This allows entry-level staff, for example, to be strongly positioned for growth, and with excellent performance on the job, they may be eligible for promotions after just 1-2 years.
We provide multiple programs as part of our commitment to the advancement and long-term security of our employees, including:
- A hybrid vehicle incentive program
- Fitness reimbursement
- Education reimbursement via generous tuition subsidies for job-related courses
- Mentoring program (employees are eligible to participate after one year of service)
- Employee product purchase program
- Uniform and laundry program
Looking for more information about working in manufacturing at ROCKWOOL? DOWNLOAD OUR JOBS FACT SHEET
Making West Virginia home
We're partnering with key stakeholders in Jefferson County as part of our long-term investment in the community.
We are in early discussions for the development of training programs that will help improve the workplace readiness of participants. Watch the video: training and development at ROCKWOOL
As a member of WV's diversity in manufacturing, ROCKWOOL participates in the Education and Workforce Advisory Council to partner with the Community and Technical College System on fine-tuning the workforce needs with education and development initiatives.
In addition to being a member of the chamber, we are supporting their mission to promote positive growth among businesses in the county.