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ORR Careers Updates

ORR places a great emphasis on treating all associates with respect and fairness. We seek to eliminate hierarchies and foster a collaborative environment where anyone can grow and succeed. We use the word “associate” instead of “employee” because we like to think of ORR as a place where everyone works together toward a common goal.

Our associates are the reason that ORR remains a “family” company with high workplace satisfaction. We wanted to shine a spotlight on just a few of the many amazing people that consistently make ORR one of the Best Places to Work.

Latest ORR Career Updates

ORR Corporation History

A Family Company that Works With You

Although ORR Associates live across the United States, the expansive web of Associates are deeply connected and intertwined. Our growing family across three main divisions works with each other hand in hand to accomplish personal and professional goals. Follow the story of Aaron and his family as he talks about his new role as a trainer and his upcoming move to Louisville.

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ORR Corporation History

Making a Career Switch to ORR

ORR Associates come from many different backgrounds and careers. We have retired military, police officers and safety inspectors walking our halls and working on our teams. Other Associates joined us seeking a second career after attending night classes, and some are student interns just getting started in their chosen field. Regardless of our backgrounds, it's the diverse history of each of us that fuses us together to make one large family. This week, we trace the journey of Chris, a Field Service Technician operating out of New York and New Jersey, and learn about how he came to ORR.

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ORR Corporation History

Pricing Analyst Intern: The Journey to Useful

In July I embarked on my internship adventure at ORR Corporation. I’ve come a long way since my first day and now feel like this is a good fit and that I'm making an impact. I started with what one might refer to as “busy work.” I was asked to work on small tasks and attend meetings that I thought had no relevance to me – until just recently. Now, in hindsight, I see how all the initial “busy work” and meetings have prepared me for the responsibilities I've earned in my role!

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