Anguil Environmental is a growing, global player in the industrial air pollution control, water treatment, energy recovery, and soil remediation industries.

Our employees enjoy a friendly, casual, yet professional work atmosphere, where both company and personal goals are shared and accomplished. At Anguil, we promote and encourage upward growth.
  • Recognized as a Top Workplace by The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Workplace Dynamics in 2013, 2014, 2017-2023
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce “Blue Chip” award winner: “One of the best-managed companies in America”
  • Four-Time “Future 50” Award Winner as one of Metropolitan Milwaukee’s Fastest-Growing Companies
  • Recipient of the Jeffrey Butland Award for family businesses
Anguil is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Our Benefits and Perks

Core Benefit Package

Anguil believes that the balance between our employees’ professional and personal lives is critical to our success, thus our benefits package and office perks have been designed with the employees in mind.

  • Company health, dental, vision, and disability insurance benefits
  • Retirement savings plan packages with company match
  • Paid holidays and generous Personal Time Off (PTO)
  • Continuing education tuition reimbursement program
  • Flexible work schedule with work-from-home options
  • Onsite fitness center
Our Perks

Sometimes the best thing about an employer is the extra stuff. Our employees appreciate the following perks:

  • A fulfilling company mission and technically challenging projects
  • Open-door management and communication style
  • Ergonomic workstations and stand-up desks
  • Modern, recently restored office
  • Celebrations, contests, happy hours, and company parties
  • Wellness programs and proximity to park/bike paths
  • Yearly health risk assessments
  • Committed and welcoming employee culture
  • Hands-on training dedicated to your company success
  • Casual dress attire
  • Catalytic coaching employee development program
Join our dynamic team and be a part of the solution to cleaner air and water for future generations.
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Working at Anguil: A Top Workplace

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To continue our growth, Anguil is looking to add another successful, technically-minded person to fill a full-time Application Engineer position. This person is responsible for providing technical support during the sales process, the writing and coordination of proposals, and helping to match the best technology solution to address our customer’s regulatory requirements. The applicant should have strong attention to detail in a fast-paced environment, with the ability to work well within a team concept. The position will primarily support domestic operations with travel to customer job sites several times per year.


The selected candidate will be expected to perform a variety of engineering and design functions to support the new equipment Sales team that often includes working on several active projects simultaneously to meet our customer’s demands including:

  • Review new project leads with Sales Team to devise an action plan
  • Confers with Anguil Sales and Engineering Departments and/or Anguil Representatives to obtain and analyze engineering requirements relative to new projects
  • Performs technology evaluations for Sales Team to help identify proposal requirements
  • Understand engineering drawings (General Arrangement and Process and Instrumentation Diagrams) and descriptions (Operations Sequences) of the basic function of the equipment
  • Provide operating costs for Sales Team customers for proposals
  • Technical proposal generation
  • Costing of components and services using both internal and external resources
  • Reviews, compiles, and evaluates customer specifications relative to design requirements
  • Communicates with internal personnel on how to generate cost basis to meet customer requirements, with final review the responsibility of the Sales Team
  • Follow department procedures and guidelines in terms of lead/application progression, approvals, and data storage
  • Follows equipment orders, and ensures pertinent project details are passed to the Project Team.
  • Supports group marketing efforts by writing case studies, aiding in technical content of equipment literature, and applications data sheets


  • Communication – excellent written and oral communication
  • Detailed – Strong attention to detail in a fast-paced environment
  • Analytical – Synthesizes complex and diverse information; Collects and researches data; Uses intuition and experience to complement data
  • Design – Generates creative solutions; Uses feedback from Sales Team, Engineering Department, and Customers to modify designs and proposals; Demonstrates attention to detail
  • Problem-Solving – Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; Gathers and analyzes information skillfully; Develops alternative solutions
  • Technical Skills – Understanding of technical topics including airflow, heat transfer, oxidation


Chemical or Mechanical Engineering degree preferred or technical design experience working with Oxidizers, Boilers, Fans, or Ovens

  • Proven technical experience, 1-3 years
  • Sales process understanding
  • Strong computer knowledge of Microsoft Office Products and ERP Systems
  • Experience with capital equipment


Employment Type: Full Time, 1st Shift, 40 hours per week, hybrid work schedule

Salary: Based on experience

Benefits: Company health, dental, and vision benefits; paid holidays; paid time off


Anguil seeks a dynamic and organized individual to fill our Engineering department’s Document Control Manager role. This position is primarily responsible for tracking engineering deliverables, proactively advising teams of potential delays or internal bottlenecks, and assisting with expediting documentation. The opportunity to improve processes and implement tracking and/or notification systems while managing a team are growth opportunities within the department.


Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Manage the current document control staff in the day-to-day performance of their jobs.
  • Support document control process and evaluate potential improvements.
  • Proactively flag delays or internal bottlenecks.
  • Effectively communicate with engineers on project roadblocks.
  • Monitor and maintain customer, vendor, and fabrication shop transmittals.
  • Enroll in and learn customer and vendor websites for project-specific processes.
  • Analyze data to develop strategies to improve efficiencies.
  • Track and expedite vendor due dates.
  • Communicate with Project Management to forecast workload and job-specific priorities.
  • Perform related responsibilities as required.


  • High School Diploma required; bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • 3+ years of relevant work experience in the field of Engineering or Document Control.
  • Experience working with documents (hard copy and digital) and file management.
  • Strong computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite products, Adobe Pro, Trello
  • Experience with expediting, document control methodologies, and project coordination preferred.
  • Work well with a team to collect and assess important information.
  • Must have excellent decision-making skills.
  • Self-confident with strong organization, communication, and time management skills


  • Employment Type: Full-Time, 1st Shift, 40 hours per week, 1st shift, hybrid work schedule
  • Base Pay: Depending upon experience
  • Benefits: Company health, dental and vision benefits; 401(k); paid holidays; vacation


Are you a mechanically inclined self-starter who loves to problem solve? Do you like travel and working independently? Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. is seeking a Field Service Engineer responsible for commissioning and servicing air pollution control equipment, including thermal and catalytic oxidizers, scrubbers, heat exchangers and other ancillary equipment. This position includes following up on on-site installation, repair, maintenance and test tasks, as well as diagnosing technical problems and determining proper solutions.


The ideal candidate possesses knowledge of gas fired burners, PLC based controls, HMI’s and mechanical/electrical instrumentation, but Anguil is willing to train the right person. A background in electrical engineering, quality assurance and safety are a plus.


  • Electrical or Mechanical Engineer preferred, however Associates degree in Mechanical and/or Electronics or equivalent work experience or training/education accepted.
  • Working knowledge of business-related software packages (i.e. MS Word, MS Excel), exposure to ERP systems preferred.
  • Must be a self-starter, able to travel and work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Must be capable of multi-tasking, setting priorities and scheduling work activities.
  • Ability to resolve problems, think analytically and communicate professionally in high pressure, time sensitive, customer environments.
  • Willing to work flexible hours and overtime on short notice.
  • Position requires the ability to be “on call” after normal working hours.
  • Depending on location, position may require frequent overnight travel.
  • High degree of mechanical aptitude.
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal are required


  • Employment Type: Full Time, 40 + hours per week
  • Base Pay: Depending upon experience
  • Benefits: Company Health, Dental and Vision benefits, paid holidays, 15 days (pro-rated) paid time off your first year, 401K with company match
  • Required Travel: Up to 75% travel


We are seeking to hire a Field Service Installation Supervisor to specialize in managing all aspects of onsite activities of capital industrial equipment including pre-sale estimates, post-sale planning, RFQ preparation, contracting trades, and installation supervision.


This challenging position will play a key role as part of a team responsible for all aspects of managing pre- and post-sale estimates, contractor coordination, and onsite construction and installation activities. Includes significant communication and coordination between internal departments, subcontractors, and customers. Manages schedules, subcontractor vetting, project budget tracking, and on-site execution. Significant communication and customer service are required both internal and external of the Company for coordinating and supporting multiple projects at different stages.


High school diploma, construction management certificate, or equivalent. Requires at least 2-3 years of experience in the construction field, manufacturing, or a technical support role. A valid driver’s license from state of residency is required.

  • Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills are a must to interact with internal project team, contractors, customers, and vendors.
  • Ability to read mechanical, electrical and/or construction blueprints and drawings required.
  • Understanding of construction procedures and project management principles.
  • Experience with industrial ventilation a plus.
  • Proficiency in creating correspondence, documentation, schedules, and reports.
  • Experience with estimating, budgeting, and monitoring project expenditures preferred.
  • Strong computer knowledge of Microsoft Office products and planning tools.
  • Ability to conform to shifting priorities, demands, and timelines through analytical and problem-solving capabilities in a fast-paced environment.
  • Knowledge of safe work practices and guidelines.
  • A team player with leadership abilities.
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally.
  • Must be a United States citizen.


  • Employment Type: Full Time, 1st Shift, 40 hours per week, hybrid work schedule when in office
  • Base Pay: Based on experience
  • Benefits: Company Health, Dental and Vision benefits, 401K, paid holidays, paid time off
  • Required Travel: Up to 50-60% overnight travel


We are looking to hire a strong, technically minded person to fill a full-time parts and service sales position. This is an excellent opportunity for an organized and dependable detail-oriented person as you support the fast-paced aftermarket department of an environmental industrial equipment manufacturing company recognized as one of the best places to work in SE Wisconsin.


The selected candidate will be expected to perform a variety of inside sales activities that often include working on several active projects simultaneously to meet our customer’s demand including but not limited to:

  • Sales prospecting and follow-up
  • Research of equipment bills of materials to accurately quote replacement parts
  • Active communication with Anguil’s field engineers and customers
  • Costing of components and services using both internal and external resources
  • Proposal generation, follow-up, and order closing
  • Ability to develop into a product manager


Bachelor’s degree preferred, high school diploma or equivalency required:

  • Proven sales experience, 1-3 years
  • Strong computer knowledge of Microsoft Office products and ERP systems
  • Experience with capital equipment, parts, and service a plus
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize work in a fast-paced environment


  • Employment Type: Full Time, 1st Shift, 40 hours per week
  • Base Pay: Based on experience
  • Benefits: Company Health, Dental and Vision benefits; paid holidays; paid time-off; hybrid work schedule


This Manufacturing Project Manager works closely with our contract fabrication suppliers and other sub-contractors, our Operations team, and our Engineering and Design groups to execute the manufacturing, assembly, and shipment of equipment. You will manage projects in our shops, identify and negotiate cost, quality, and delivery, ensure clear direction on drawings and shop expectations, and take an active role in making sure we are building to our standards and best practices across our fabrication supply chain.


Fundamental duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Liaison between our shops and our Engineering and Design Groups for best manufacturing practices.
  • First responder to fabrication subcontractor’s questions on print, fabrication methods, and manufacturability; drive resolution through a documented deviation process.
  • Source the fabrication of new equipment builds and aftermarket orders through capacity and cost analysis.
  • Coordinate the execution of equipment build schedules with fabrication shops and all sub-suppliers.
  • Identify and execute documentable and sustainable cost savings with our fabrication suppliers. These can be based on process, materials, design, and/or supplier improvements, and economic order quantities of standard manufactured parts.
  • Investigate and vet new fabrication shops and other sub-suppliers as needed.
  • Coordinate and source the logistics of shipping equipment to customer sites.


Requires a two- or four-year degree in Manufacturing, Operations, Supply Chain or Purchasing related field and 5+ years relevant work experience.

  • Basic understanding of analytics and data visualization software
  • Sheet metal fabrication education and shop floor experience in capital equipment background is preferred
  • Specialty material (stainless steels and corrosion resistant alloys) experience and the understanding of fabrication and assembly drawings and fabrication shop best practices a plus
  • Computer and software knowledge including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Excellent project management, people skills and written and verbal communication skills to build working relationships both internally and externally
  • Self-confident, strong problem-solving skills and outgoing with a continuous improvement mindset


  • Employment Type: Full-Time, 1st Shift, 40 hours per week
  • Base Pay: Depending upon experience
  • Benefits: Company health, dental and vision benefits; 401(k); paid holidays; paid time off


We are seeking a degreed Engineer to fill a Project Engineer position. This position is primarily responsible for component selection, problem-solving, and delivering engineering solutions for various types of air pollution control equipment. The project engineer must demonstrate the ability to assist the project manager as an individual and/or a team player by performing various duties.


Core duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Provide technical and engineering resources to assist project managers.
  • Review proposals and customer specifications.
  • Create Process Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) drawings.
  • Generate engineering documents to support overall project needs.
  • Calculate oxidizer energy and total pressure requirements to ensure the adequate capacity of systems.
  • Submit component specifications to vendors or fabricators for quotation.
  • Evaluate quotations and work with supplier sourcing to negotiate with vendors and fabricators to provide products that meet all the specifications within the project budget.
  • Specify the bill of materials (BOM), enter it into ERP database, and submit it for approval.
  • Apply SolidWorks and AutoCAD tools, reducing time and maximizing design accuracy.
  • Review technical drawings against BOM and identify inconsistencies among designs prior to submission to the fabricator.
  • Inspect equipment to ensure it meets technical specifications and monitor project deadline.


Requires a BS degree in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering with 3-5 years of Project Engineering experience.

  • Knowledge of AutoCAD
  • Microsoft applications, including Excel, Word, Outlook
  • Strong planning and organizational skills with attention to detail
  • Proven stability of performance under pressure in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to multi-task while meeting time-sensitive deadlines
  • Experience with capital equipment, parts, and service a plus


  • Employment Type: Full Time, 1st Shift, 40 hours per week, hybrid work schedule.
  • Base Pay: Depending upon experience
  • Benefits: Company Health, Dental, and Vision benefits, 401K, Paid Holidays, Paid Time Off
  • Experience: Strong computer skills including AutoCAD and MS Office and Solid Works
  • Required Travel: No


We are seeking a degreed Engineer to fill a Project Management position. This successful project manager will plan, organize, monitor, and control medium to large-sized capital equipment projects within a cross-functional organization. Monitoring and maintaining budgets, reviewing and acting to maintain schedules, and interfacing with customers to ensure complete satisfaction are important skills required for the position. Demonstrated ability in leading project teams consisting of degreed engineers, production personnel and field service staff is critical.


Fundamental duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Reviews Company proposals and customer specifications.
  • Coordinates effort to produce engineering drawings with subsequent submittal to customer and sub-suppliers.
  • Organizes project review and engineering kick off meetings.
  • Assists in specifications creation of major buyout equipment.
  • Evaluates sub-supplier proposals for completeness and specification compliance.
  • Reviews and approves fabrication drawings and purchase requisitions.
  • Generates regular reports on projects being managed.
  • Supports Sales and other departments where necessary.
  • Coordinates and participates in customer project review and equipment inspection visits.
  • Main customer contact from sale through commissioning.


  • 4-year degree in Engineering
  • Demonstrated ability in coordinating general process designs.
  • Experience with capital equipment (i.e., boilers, ovens, furnaces, oxidizers) preferred.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience with demonstrated experience in project management responsibility and project complexity.
  • Conversant with MS Office applications including, Excel, Word, Outlook and Project.
  • AutoCad operations a plus.
  • Ability to multitask.


Employment Type: Full Time, 1st Shift, 40 hours per week, flexible work schedule

Base Pay: Depending upon experience

Travel: Some travel to fabrication shops and customer sites required

Benefits: Company Health, Dental and Vision benefits, 401 K, Paid Holidays, Paid Time Off


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