Victaulic will be visiting campuses throughout the U.S. Join us on our next visit to learn about the exciting career opportunities available.
Did you know that Victaulic piping system products have been used on the Hoover Dam, some the world’s tallest buildings like Burj Dubai, Tapei 101 Towers and CN Tower in Toronto, as well as at the Pentagon, the National Olympic Stadium in Beijing, and Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Texas?
What are we looking for?
We are looking for individuals interested in growing a career with the global leader in piping systems design and manufacture. We have openings in the following areas:
Sales Trainee Program
Entry-level position; 2 months of in-depth training to gain understanding of Victaulic products, company and sales cycle; combination of classroom instruction, exposure to several key sales support departments, and plant visits. Upon completion, trainees are given the opportunity to manage their own territory and promote the Victaulic mechanical piping system concept. If you are interested in learning about the Trainee Program, please review the program.
Sales Intern Program
Challenging internship program that offers great hands-on experience for a career in sales as well as exposure to the inner workings at Victaulic; full time, 40 hours per week, paid internships May through August. Housing is provided.
I am Interested and would like to interview for a position at Victaulic
If you are interested in potentially interviewing for one of the open positions, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
I am interested in possible opportunities at Victaulic but cannot meet with company representatives during the scheduled times on campus
Please visit the Victaulic web site and directly apply for an open position.
Who is Victaulic?
Victaulic, the world leader in mechanical pipe joining systems, was founded in New York City in 1925 to market a radical new concept in the piping industry — a mechanical bolted coupling that would engage into grooves and use a gasket seal.
The concept of joining pipe with bolted mechanical couplings originated during World War I for rapid deployment of fuel and water lines to Allied forces. The company that worked closely with the War Department of England to develop this new method of joining pipe was named Victory Pipe Joint Company after the coupling it had engineered — known as the “victory joint” from early military uses. Later, combining the words “Victory” and “Hydraulics” the name was shortened to Victaulic, and the company began to shift its focus to commercial piping applications to market its new innovative method of joining pipe.
For more than 85 years, the company’s enthusiasm for crafting unconventional solutions has allowed it to forge new paths as it tackles the industry’s most unique challenges.