Steiner Electric is a family-owned company founded in 1916. Steiner Electric is the 35th largest electrical supply business in the country, with eight locations in Northern Illinois and Northwest Indiana. Our reputation for product knowledge and technical support provides the best options to achieve the finest from the leading manufacturers in the industry.
Mission: Uncompromising integrity, quality and growth through dedicated people and resources
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For Nearly 100 Years
We take so much for granted and we actually have little idea and appreciation for everything behind the scenes which makes electricity available to us 24/7. We have all experienced a power outage, driven down a poorly lighted street late at night or have spent hours working on our computer to lose a document due to a power surge.
Everyone depends on the electrical distributor to provide the products, technical support and delivery to the contractor, factories, hospitals, schools, sporting venues, shopping malls, food stores and our homes. To think that something so significant all began a relatively short time ago…
Steiner Electric is a family-owned company founded in 1916. Steiner Electric is the 35th largest electrical supply business in the country, with eight locations in Northern Illinois and Northwest Indiana. We represent many of leading manufacturers in the industry.
Steiner Electric Company offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including health, dental, life and long term disability insurance, vacation, 401K and profit sharing.
We are an Affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Veterans of the United States Armed Forces encouraged to apply.
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Richard A. Kerman
President & COO
No Offer – Reviewed Aug 05, 2013
Interview Details The interview process went smoothly, no major hiccups. One on one interview with the hiring manager, no double teaming or redundant conversations with multiple people. – Full Interview
Where are you at in terms of compensation? Always a tough one to answer on the spot and in my opinion, a little inappropriate. – Answer Question
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