For over 50 years, we continue to serve the global market with surface and design materials. Everyday our talented, hard-working, engaged employees bring excellence to the surface. Our corporate headquarters located in Florence, Kentucky is also home to one of the largest continuous cast acrylic operations in the world, containing four continuous casting lines. Our extensive North American manufacturing infrastructure enables us to provide global surfacing solutions to customers worldwide.
Our passionate and skilled teams provide surfacing solutions that outperform our competition with the highest quality, service and innovation globally. We offer a variety of career opportunities from entry level, skilled-trades, professional, supervisory, PhD technical and management roles. For full-time positions, we offer paid leave, holidays and benefits with first day coverage. We are a veteran-friendly company, valuing diversity and a team atmosphere.
We offer full time corporate and manufacturing positions and technical internships/co-ops to college students. Aristech Surfaces provides an invaluable hands on co-op experience for students who want to learn more about manufacturing and engineering. Here are two testimonials from former Engineering co-op students who spent semesters at our Florence manufacturing facility:
“During my time at Aristech Surfaces, I learned several key elements about the manufacturing process and machinery in the plant. I was able to obtain real world manufacturing experience through working on engineering teams and undertaking major projects. This was quite an enlightening and valuable experience because of the amount of knowledge I learned during this co-op. I had such a great experience at Aristech Surfaces because the company culture resembles a family. Everyone watches over each other and helps you if you have any questions. I am thankful for my time at Aristech Surfaces.”
"Aristech Surfaces provided me with a hands-on learning experience during my co-op. I used the engineering theories I learned in school into practical engineering knowledge. I was very involved in projects, being a key team member in several of them. When I would be working on a project, there was no micromanaging, just me using my skills to get the job done. The trust my supervisors showed was extremely encouraging and made me feel like an actual engineer, not a co-op. This trust helped me work harder and gain the most out of my experience at Aristech Surfaces."