Consolidated Sterilizer Systems
Consolidated Sterilizer Systems is a manufacturer of steam sterilizers (autoclaves) for universities, hospitals, biotech and pharma facilities. At our new location in Billerica, our team is focused on producing reliable and easy-to-use sterilizers, while offering the best customer service. We sell in over 70 countries through manufacturer representatives.
Address: 3 Enterprise Road, Suite C
Billerica, Massachusetts 01821
Full Time Employees: 46
Year Founded: 1946
CEO/Owner: Arthur Trapotsis
We manufacture laboratory autoclaves and accessories made from fabricated, welded and machined metal products. We also provide refurbished autoclaves, replacement spare parts and validation services (IQ/OQ/PQ) for sterilization equipment.
Our autoclaves are used in the life sciences market: academia, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies. Some of our biggest customers are universities such has MIT, Tufts, University of Maryland, etc. Any organization with a research lab that utilizes a sterilization process will use our equipment to sterilize glassware and instruments and decontaminate waste generated in the lab.
We have a number of job openings for entry-level and experienced welders, machinists, shop hands and warehouse personnel. Specifically, we’re seeking welders who can weld MIG and TIG and have fabrication experience. For machinists, the ideal candidate will be well versed in the programming, set-up and operation of CNC machines. We prefer all of our employees have experience with lean manufacturing, but will certainly train employees who don’t. We also accept co-ops and interns looking for a future in manufacturing and will hire these positions on a part-time or full-time capacity. Visit us at: https://consteril.com/job-openings/
Please contact Lissa Davidson, email@example.com,
617-782-6072 ext 1100
We offer a number of great benefits to our employees, including paid vacation and sick time, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401K with match, flexible start-time, continuing education opportunities, and awesome co-workers.
We contribute to a number of organizations, including the American Diabetes Association, Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Multiple Sclerosis Society. In addition, we have a company policy that allows employees paid time off to volunteer at their non-profit of choice. Lastly, we participate in co-op programs with Wentworth Institute, Northeastern University, Medford Vocational and soon with Shawsheen Valley.
Each one of our autoclave pressure vessels is hydro-tested with recycled water. We recycle all of our scrap and we utilize auto-off lighting in the office and shop. In addition, we design and manufacture kits that help autoclaves conserve water and energy.