Come Lead with Morris

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Morris is always on the lookout for talented professionals who can contribute to our mission while helping us to maintain and advance our leadership position in the global marketplace. We are most frequently in need of engineers and welders, but other opportunities open up on a regular basis. For information about specific career opportunities, please contact us at

Engineers and Designers

Our engineering department is staffed with qualified professionals with mechanical or electrical backgrounds with skills in 3D designing, programming, stress analysis, and troubleshooting. Give us a call today to be a part of this innovative team.


Our welders are top-notch and take pride in every inch of weld bead. If you are passionate like they are, we would love to hear from you.


Building industry-leading equipment to last starts with our fabricators.  Contact us today if you believe in quality work done right.

Field Service, Automation Technician

Do you enjoy PLC troubleshooting? Have a knack for figuring out all things electronic? Would you like to visit new places? We offer you a way to see the world and earn money while doing it! We welcome former members of the military. Experience in wiring, electronics, and machine programming are all a plus. We have solid pay plans and full employee benefits. Apply today!


Morris offers its support to NCTAP (North Carolina Triangle Apprenticeship Program) by providing excellent opportunities for Triangle area high school students (starting in the 11th grade) and students at Wake Technical Community College. Through NCTAP, students receive on-the-job training with pay. Morris offers apprenticeship opportunities in welding, fabrication and electronics/electrical. Speak with your Triangle area high school counselor, or a representative at Wake Tech.

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Michael Gibson, Executive General Manager explains the nature of our work in a video courtesy of National Science Foundation and Wake Technical Community College.

Video courtesy of US Careers Online and Wake Technical Community College.