Work at Systems Control

We offer career paths custom-tailored to fit your strengths, interests, and aspirations.

Work at Systems Control

We offer career paths custom-tailored to fit your strengths, interests, and aspirations.

Iron Mountain:
Where we work, play, and live.

In the North Woods, community is important. We treat one another with respect. We’re loyal to family, friends, and co-workers. To us, customers are family and friends.



This place is beautiful.

The timeless beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula can only be described as breathtaking. For the people who live here, taking in the exquisite view is a daily occurrence.


In the heart of the North Woods is a town called Iron Mountain. It’s the place Systems Control has been proud to call home for over 50 years. It’s where we work. It’s where we play. It’s a place for friends, family, and enjoying the outdoors.


Iron Mountain was founded in the 1800s by the miners and loggers who made their living in the area through hard work, integrity, and determination—traits we call our North Woods culture. This culture has been passed down through generations and is a hallmark of the people who live in the Upper Peninsula and work at Systems Control.

At the heart of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

A dense, forested region in Michigan, bordering three of the Great Lakes, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula extends northeast from Wisconsin.


Whether you access the area via the interstate from Wisconsin, or from Michigan’s lower peninsula via the 5-miles-long Mackinac Bridge, you find an environment, a culture and a destination that is always welcoming.

Positive energy : It starts, and ends, with people.


We’re proud of the role we play in bringing energy to those who need it, but we don’t just do it with connectors and wires. It happens with every interaction. Our most compelling connections are the relationships we build with our employees, suppliers, customers, and community.


We bring positive energy and passion to every challenge. Behind every solution and satisfied customer is a process, and a company, that’s powered by people.

In everything we do, Systems Control lives by 16 common values:

Vision - Engineer overseeing a power sub-station


Understanding the needs of our customers is the most important driver of our business strategy. By looking at the future through their eyes, we see opportunities where others don’t think they exist.

Safety - Welder in protective gear welding steel


We’re not safety first; we’re safety always. It’s a cornerstone in everything we do. It’s something we can all own. Every employee, every minute, every day.

Quality - Welder with a flashlight checking the quality of his welds


The promises we make to our customers are embodied in the products we deliver. Quality is never compromised. Every cut, bend, weld, drawing, and crimp is the subject of our relentless attention to detail.

Problem solving - Engineer checking the assembly of steel parts


We see opportunity in every problem. We’ll never give 10 reasons why we can’t—we’ll give 100 reasons why we can.

Precision - Engineer checking the measurements, fit, and finish of a steel assembly


In our industry, there isn’t room for error. That’s why every step is executed with precision. From start to finish, we are in relentless pursuit of perfection.

Positive Energy - Smiling engineer proud of his high-quality workmanship at Systems Control


The positive attitude and work ethic of our employees is what propels our business forward and enables us to find unique solutions to our customers’ problems. We don’t just look on the bright side; we create it.

Passion - Engineer polishing a completed control panel that's ready for customer delivery


We care about the end result because we’re passionate about our role and our work. Our dedication to what we do is embodied in the quality of the products we deliver.

Integrity - Three strong workers proud of their hard work and dedication to getting the job done right


We are committed to delivering whatever our customers need wherever they need it, because our name is on the line. When we say we’re going to do something, we do it.

Inspiration - Engineer using technology to build high quality enclosures and control panels that support the grid


Our customers and the challenges they bring motivate us to be better. We love solving their problems.

Ingenuity - Engineer collaborating with co-worker to come up with innovative ideas that solve problems


We never stop innovating. Better designs and better processes drive better products. Sometimes finding the best solution means you have to invent it first.

Grounded - Engineer working hard to deliver high-quality products that exceed customer expectations


We never forget where we’ve come from, because it’s the essence of who we are. Humility, hard work and determination are the foundation of our company.

Customization - Painter removing a large assembly from a paint booth


Each customer is different, with unique problems and unique needs. Our willingness and ability to be flexible frees us to respond with creative ideas and innovative solutions.

Connection - Two Engineers working as a team


Much of what we do on a product level revolves around connections; but equally important are the connections we build with our employees, suppliers, and customers.

Community - Team huddle of workers at Systems Control


In the North Woods, community is important. We treat one another with respect. We’re loyal to family, friends, and co-workers. To us, customers are family and friends.

Collaboration - Four workers reviewing blueprints of a large enclosure they're building


We all bring something different to the table. Working together maximizes creativity, optimizes solutions, minimizes problems, and fosters happy customers.

Aspiration - Three Engineers overlooking blueprints and wiring schematic for a future project


We are always looking toward the future. The image of a better tomorrow drives today’s improvements. Exceeding expectations is the only true measure of our success.

Ready to add to our positive energy?