Best Place to Work!

BTI leadership works hard to maintain an employee focused company culture that expresses humble gratitude to our awesome team that wakes up everyday to follow the BTI commitment to quality.

Great Benefits

In addition to being a great place to work we offer amazing benefits, check the out below!

Employer Paid Benefits

Basic Life and AD&D (Employee Only), Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Telemedicine, and Employee Assistance Program for employees and their families.

Retirement - 401(K)

Plan offered to all part-time and full-time employees aged 21 or older, we offer employees an employer contribution match, you are immediately vested, and at no cost to you access to a personal financial planner.

Other Benefits

Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account, Voluntary Term Life Insurance and AD&D, Voluntary Spouse Life and AD&D, Voluntary Dependent Child Life and AD&D, Voluntary Accident, and a Referral Bonus Program.

Dental Benefits

Employer paid dental (base plan) with the option to add a dental buy up plan through our group plan.


We provide both tuition reimbursement and continuing education/training reimbursement.

Flexible Work Models

In office, work-from-home, or hybrid schedules (determined by our customer).

Health Benefits

Blue Cross Blue Shield medical with FSA option.


Low-cost vision insurance.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Brockwell Technologies, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

FMLA  USERRA  E-Verify  EPPA  Right to Work  FLSA

Questions about applying? We’ve got answers!

We understand there are a lot of unknowns when it comes to applying for a new job. Jump-start your application process by reviewing a few frequently asked questions

HR will review your resume as it is received. Your application and resume will be reviewed against the qualifications of the job you applied for. You will receive an application confirmation and notification when the position has been filled.

If you submitted a general resume application, HR likely won’t contact you unless a position opens up that matches your experience.

The position summary/responsibilities and qualifications describe the type of credentials and experience a candidate is required to have in order to be considered for a particular opportunity at a particular pointin time. When a requisition lists a particular set of requirements, make sure your resume accurately reflects the skills listed. 

Please visit our Career Listing page at

If you need assistance or an accommodation while seeking employment, please email or call (256) 705-3170. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only those inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodationwill receive a response. 

The Interview

Prepare. Prepare. Prepare.

  • For the next phase of the interviewing process, you’ll be interviewing virtually with a panel of interviewers, these interviews are more technical. Brush up on your technical terms, do some research on current trends and have something interesting to say aboutyour area of specialty.
  • Evaluate the job description and identify the qualities of a “successful candidate,” then ask yourself: “How do those qualities relate to my capabilities and experience?” Be prepared to connect the dots from the job description to your abilities, especiallythose listed on your résumé.
  • Take the time to know and understand your credentials and the overall job objective and goal. We are excited and driven by our mission and want you to be, too, if you join our team.
  • It’s likely you will be asked about your long- and short-term career goals. Be prepared to answer this question in a meaningful way.
  • Have at least three questions prepared to ask the interviewers about the company and scope of work.

Virtual Interview Prep Tips

  • Conducting an interview over video stream is becoming more common. Take steps to prepare for this special kind of interaction:
  • Test the technology prior to the interview to make sure everything is working on your end.
  • Test the camera to ensure you are taking advantage of the best angles and lighting.
  • Dressing professionally during this type of interview is important as well.
  • Consider the background of the environment in which you’ll be interviewing in terms of both audio and visuals.

What to Wear

You’d think this would be a no-brainer — but unfortunately, it isn’t.

  • Our day-to-day dress code at most locations is business casual. If you are hired, that’s generally what you should expect to wear.
  • For an interview, however, you should take it up a notch, to business formal. We want you to be you, but we want the professional version of you.

You must be a U.S. citizen to hold a security clearance. This is a U.S. Federal requirement outside of BTI’s control. A Secret clearance is typically granted through the DoD via the Office of Personnel Management. If you currently hold a clearance at your present employer or through the military, it may be transferable to BrockwellTechnologies. Clearances are typically transferable for a two-year period from the date of debrief. Please notify the HR representative handling your application if you hold a current DoD clearance.

If you do not hold a security clearance, you will be required to go through a background check before being granted a clearance. You will be asked to complete an Electronic Personnel Security questionnaire thatcontains information regarding your family and questions about your personal background.

Did you know?

  • Clearances are granted and adjudicated based on federal law, NOT state law.
  • Even if cannabis is legal at the state level, it's still illegal at the federal level

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