Taylor Valve Careers & Employment
Taylor Valve Technology has a well known reputation and rich history as a leader in providing the highest quality valve products to our customers.
Mr. Julian Taylor started Taylor Valve Technology (originally Taylor Oil Tools) in 1958 when a Texaco supervisor approached him regarding a problem with hunters targeting and shooting pressure gauges on oil wells. In response, Mr. Taylor invented the Gauge Plug® and Gauge Probe® fittings, which are still used to this day.
From those humble beginnings, Taylor Valve has become a leading manufacturer of high quality safety relief valves, high pressure relief valves, back pressure valves, choke valves, brass valves and other valve products for the oil and gas industry as well as other industrial and commercial applications, which include steam, air, liquid (including cryogenics) and non-hazardous gases.
To support our growth and performance, Taylor Valve is looking for dedicated, talented, and resourceful people to join our team and become a part of our continuing legacy in the manufacturing of high qaulity valve products. We believe our finest asset has been, and always will be, our committed, top-notch team members who strive to maintain and build an environment of excellent service and quality that our customers have come to expect from Taylor Valve. Because of this, we value those with innovative and cooperative spirits, which are rewarded with fulfilling work, exceptional benefits and compensation.
If you are looking for a career that provides an enjoyable, progressive work environment, that gives you an opportunity to develop personal skills, provides growth, and offers a better way of life for you and your family – we want to meet you. If you are seeking a company where excellent work is recognized and appreciated – then look no further than Taylor Valve Technology.
Taylor Valve Technology
8300 SW 8th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73128
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Please apply for Open Positions through our website. No calls will be accepted.
All positions require a drug test.