Cornell is Expanding; Hiring 11 new positions

Cornell Employees enjoyed a Food cart meal last summer. Cornell Pump works hard to engage and reward employees, and show their commitment through special events.

 

Our growth in 2017 was exciting! It has made many positions available here at Cornell Pump. All these positions are available:

Operations

  • Pump Assembler
  • Band Saw/ Metal Machine Operator
  • Buyer
  • Test Lab Manager
  • Test Technician

Sales

  • Parts Sales
  • Inside Sales
  • Market Manager
  • Vertical Turbine Product Manager

Engineering

  • Project Engineer
  • Engineering Technician

 

For more information on the specific positions, please visit our website https://www.cornellpump.com/employment/

If interested, we you to apply, as well as share with friends and colleagues in the manufacturing sector. . At Cornell, our employees enjoy excellent benefits and a culture of community, teamwork, and growth. We offer the advantages of an international company, with a small-company feel.

*EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disability

Welcome, 2018!

We’re sad to see 2017 go; it was a fantastic year for us here at Cornell Pump and hopefully a fantastic year for you as well. Hopefully 2018 will turn out even better!

Please note our holiday hours for next week:

Monday, January 1st: Closed for New Year’s Day

Tuesday, January 2nd: Business as usual

Thank you to all our customers and have a wonderful holiday.

Happy Holidays from Cornell Pump!

Our holiday hours will be:

  • Friday, December 22: Regular business hours (7AM -4PM PST)
  • Monday, December 25 (Christmas): Closed
  • Tuesday, December 26th: Regular business hours (7AM -4PM PST)

Thank you and have a wonderful holiday.

Santa Day Breakfast at Cornell

Cornell employees and families are enjoying a great December! Santa paid a visit to Cornell Pump on Saturday, December 9, bringing presents for more than 50 children of Cornell employees.  The breakfast was a great treat, with specialty pancakes lofted into the air for all who dared catch them (or set on plates for little ones.)

Cornell employees are also going to enjoy a holiday dinner next Saturday with their spouse/significant other.

And employees have thought of others as well—we donated over 1,200 cans of food for the local food bank during a drive.

Happy Thanksgiving!

We will be closed Thursday, November 23rd, 2017, for Thanksgiving, and open with a small crew for emergency needs on Friday.

Pump School Goes to Kansas and Missouri

Cornell is working with IPS to host regional pump schools in Joplin and Kansas City, Missouri, and Wichita, Kansas over the next three days.

School is designed to be informative to operators, engineers, administrators , and others.

For information about attending our two day pump school in Portland in September 2018, look here.

Visit Cornell Pump #3438 at WEFTEC 2017

Visit Cornell Pump and see how we can save you up to $16,000 per pump in flush water costs ANNUALLY, using our proven Cycloseal® Technology.  Add that to our Cutter Pumps, and you can save money and downtime while attacking troublesome fouling.

We will be able to show you how our complete line of Municipal Pumps can enhance your application:

  • Waste Warrior® Cutter – for aggressive ragging and plugging
  • Immersible – up to 2 weeks submerged in 30′ of water
  • Submersible – Over 40 models, with flows from 80 to 15,000 GPM and heads to 450′
  • N Series – solid handling pumps – 2 to 30″ discharge; up to 10″ solids handling capabilities
  • Clear Liquids – for potable water and low solids applications
  • DuraPrime® – robust construction pumps for bypass work
  • Hydro Turbines – reclaim head for power generation; use green grant dollars wisely

STX, STH, STL Self-Primers – wet prime for bypass and plant work

BOOTH #3438

Read about Cornell Cutter Pumps in Pumps&Systems

Ron Aceto, Cornell Pump Municipal Market manager was a feature article author in the September 2017 edition of Pumps&Systems Magazine. Ron’s article examines Cornell’s various approaches to fouling, ragging, and plugging, and how three generations of cutters with rotating and stationary elements address the task.

Read the Article on the Pumps&Systems Website

The article offers useful suggestions in operating pumps to avoid ragging.