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Founded in 1984, Barreto Manufacturing, Inc. is a proud, American-made company in La Grande, Oregon. We are an international company with local roots - a network of individuals who specialize in designing and manufacturing a family of industry-leading landscaping equipment including trenchers, tillers, mini skid steers, wood chippers, and stump grinders. Our exceptional equipment ships all over the world, and it has led the rental industry through innovation, durability, and integrity.
We are an expanding company with many different career opportunities as we strive to build exceptional product and uphold our reputation as honest and hardworking individuals.
Welders fabricate and assemble components of Barreto equipment through the use of welders, cutters, shapers, and measuring tools. In addition, Barreto welders read work orders/prints, report production, stack and wrap finished product on pallets to be transferred to other departments, and cycle count parts when weldments are complete.
SALES & MARKETING
Barreto Assemblers are responsible for pre-assembly and assembly of all Barreto products using a variety of tools and equipment according to required specifications in a specific area of the production line. In addition, they maintain a clean & safe work environment, monitor inventory, and assemble hydraulic components.
In the Barreto accounting department, the receivables positions handle billing customers, receiving payments, and managing multi-state sales tax maintenance and reporting. Receivables and tax support work closely with the sales and customer service teams. The payables side works with our purchasing department to ensure accuracy in invoice processing and provide our vendors with prompt payment.
Inventory encompasses both inventory control and purchasing. Barreto purchasing agents are responsible for planning, ordering, and receiving inventory components, developing relationships with vendors to negotiate pricing, volume, delivery times, and researching and developing accounts with new vendors. Inventory control staff works primarily with purchasing, shop floor, and engineering. They are responsible for keeping inventory numbers accurate, provide work orders to the shop floor, and report finished parts and equipment.