looking to connect with something big?
What do you like: Big opportunities for advancement? A culture that values compassion and kindness? A company committed to making a difference in its industries and markets? If so, maybe you should consider NSI.
PEOPLE TEND TO WORK AT NSI FOR A LONG TIME. WHY IS THAT?
Top 3 reasons: A culture of servant leadership, clear opportunities to advance, and a commitment to making a difference.
Barbara Spadaro has embodied commitment through her 44 years of experience at Bridgeport and NSI. She’s located in Stratford, Connecticut with her husband, son and dogs.
“Growing up, my father would say, ‘If you can’t do the job right, don’t do it at all.’…It doesn’t matter where you started; we all work together. I would say NSI’s ‘One Team, One Goal’ is really what the company works toward.”
Ben Hastings has embodied advancement through his 16 years of growth with NSI. He’s located in Huntersville, North Carolina with his wife and cats, where they enjoy antique collecting.
“I’ve been lucky to work with a lot of talented people, dedicated to their jobs. That may not sound like something big, but it really is. Our small company snowballed into this multifaceted corporation, due in part to the people… I look forward to seeing how this once small company continues to grow.”
Bill Moxon brought an agile mindset to his 4 years of experience with NSI. He enjoys grilling, camping and video games from his home in Bay Shore, New York, and has three adult children.
“There’s not much that I haven’t seen done in my almost 30-year career. We make parts A, B and C, but get requests for X, Y and Z, so we’re constantly evolving to meet customers’ needs. If there’s a challenge, I’m going to try to find a solution. I get the opportunity to do that almost daily.”
Angela Byrum has exemplified caring throughout her 10-year career with NSI. She lives in Huntersville, NC with her husband Greg and enjoys spending time with her dog Easton and two adult children, Carley and Lance.
“To me, it’s a great place to work because you’re not a number. You’re considered family. The bosses and higher-ups treat you like a team member. My supervisor, Josh Ohlinger, will get out there and get dirty like anybody else… There have been several occasions I’ve needed things and the company was there for me and helped me.”