Fire-Dex, a prominent manufacturer of PPE for first responders in the nation, in conjunction with its subsidiary Gear Wash, has made significant staffing changes over the recent quarter.
The updates comprise two new positions being filled and the promotion of four associates.
In a move to streamline operations and maintain its growth trajectory, two crucial positions have been filled.
Nick Thomas takes on the role of Logistics Specialist, tasked with overseeing logistic activities.
Simultaneously, Lindsay Warden joins as Talent Acquisition Specialist, holding the mantle for strategic hiring initiatives aligned with the company’s expansion goals.
A noteworthy promotion at Fire-Dex is that of Jennifer Faust.
Initially joining the team in 2013, Jennifer has steadily climbed the ranks.
From her start as a Customer Service Representative, to Supervisor and Manager, she now holds the title of Director of Customer Service.
Gear Wash has recognized the hard work and dedication of three of its associates with promotions.
James Mobley now serves as Quality & Production Manager at Hudson, Florida, having been promoted from Semi Team Lead.
Jackie Lipke, also based in Hudson, ascends from Production & Quality Lead to Assistant Operations Supervisor.
Meanwhile, in Dayton, Ohio, Taylor Caldwell steps up from Assistant Operations Supervisor to RGA Coordinator.
Jamie Marks, Director of Human Resources, expressed: “This has been an exciting quarter for Fire-Dex and Gear Wash.
“We pride ourselves on investing in our associates and we couldn’t be happier for our two team new members and the four deserving individuals who received promotions.”
For those interested in joining the Fire-Dex team, there are multiple openings across various locations, including remote opportunities. To explore these roles, prospective candidates can visit the official Fire-Dex website.
Fire-Dex‘s consistent growth and dedication to employee development underscore its position as a leading industry entity.
Gear Wash’s simultaneous growth complements this, highlighting an integrated approach to quality and service.
Such staffing changes not only represent the organizations’ commitment to their missions but also set a benchmark for industry standards.