Stainless Steel, Alloy Sales and Blends

We are currently seeking talented individuals to join our team in various roles across the company. Whether you're an experienced professional looking for new challenges or a recent graduate eager to launch your career, we have opportunities for you to grow and thrive.


At Allied Alloys, we value diversity, teamwork, and a strong work ethic. We believe in fostering a supportive and inclusive environment where every employee has the opportunity to succeed. When you join our team, you'll be part of a dynamic and collaborative culture that encourages innovation and personal development.


If you're ready to be part of a winning team and contribute to our continued success, we want to hear from you! Please send all resumes or CVs to . Be sure to include a cover letter telling us why you're the perfect fit for Allied Alloys and how you can help us achieve our goals.


Thank you for considering a career with Allied Alloys. We look forward to reviewing your application and getting to know you better.

Flatbed Driver


Allied Alloys, LP is a company that is redefining quality in recycled metals by building alliances with

suppliers as well as offering a refined approach to alloys management. We currently have a position

available for a flatbed driver.



  • Mostly local routes and up to 250 mi radius – HOME DAILY
  • Full-time, year-round driving
  • Loads truck securing containers, properly
  • Delivers items by identifying destinations; operating the truck; unloading items;
  • maintaining schedule
  • Prepares truck for operation by inspecting general condition and maintaining daily vehicle
  • inspection; obtaining or scheduling required repairs; validating adherence to road ability
  • standards
  • Maintains safe operation and clean appearance by complying with organization
  • operational policies, procedures, and standards, as well as state and local driving rules and
  • regulations
  • Other duties as assigned; Move containers and shuttle to & from our two locations as
  • needed by supervisors



  • Flatbed experience with Class A
  • Forklift experience
  • At least 21 years old
  • Two years of tractor trailer driving experience
  • No more than 3 moving violations in the previous three years
  • Not cited for any DOT defined accident in the previous three years
  • No serious offenses in the previous seven years or any pattern of unsafe practices
  • Comply with all DOT regulations
  • Allied Alloys is a Texas Drug-Free Workplace
  • Able to lift 50lbs



  • Benefits offered after 90 day probation period (Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Legal)
  • Company-paid life insurance (duration of employment with company)
  • Voluntary accidental death and dismemberment and long term disability insurance
  • 401(k) plan with company match
  • Paid holidays





Alloy Lab Technician


The Alloy Lab Technician is responsible for conducting tests, experiments, and analyses on alloy samples to assess their properties, quality, and performance. This role involves operating lab equipment, documenting results, and collaborating with engineers and researchers to support product development and quality assurance processes.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Perform physical, chemical, and metallurgical tests on alloy samples to evaluate their composition, properties, and suitability for specific applications.
  • Operate lab equipment, such as spectrometers, microscopes, hardness testers, and thermal analyzers, to conduct tests and experiments accurately.
  • Prepare alloy samples for testing, including specimen preparation, mounting, polishing, and etching, following standard procedures and safety protocols.
  • Analyze test results, interpret data, and generate reports detailing findings, observations, and recommendations for further analysis or improvement.
  • Collaborate with engineers, researchers, and production teams to support alloy development, process optimization, and quality control initiatives.
  • Maintain lab equipment, calibrate instruments, and ensure adherence to quality standards, safety guidelines, and regulatory requirements.
  • Document test procedures, protocols, and results in lab notebooks, databases, or electronic systems for traceability and record-keeping purposes.
  • Assist in troubleshooting technical issues, conducting root cause analyses, and implementing corrective actions to address quality or performance concerns.
  • Participate in research projects, continuous improvement efforts, and cross-functional teams to enhance product quality, innovation, and competitiveness.
  • Stay updated on industry trends, advancements in alloy technology, and best practices in materials testing and characterization.


Qualifications and Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in materials science, metallurgy, chemistry, or a related field; relevant certifications or coursework in alloy testing and analysis are beneficial.
  • Previous experience as a lab technician or materials testing specialist, preferably in the metals or alloy industry.
  • Knowledge of laboratory techniques, analytical methods, and instrumentation used in alloy testing, such as X-ray fluorescence (XRF), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC).
  • Familiarity with metallurgical principles, phase diagrams, heat treatment processes, and mechanical testing methods (e.g., tensile, hardness, impact).
  • Strong attention to detail, analytical skills, and problem-solving abilities in interpreting test results, troubleshooting issues, and recommending solutions.
  • Ability to work independently, follow standard operating procedures (SOPs), and adhere to safety protocols in a laboratory environment.
  • Proficiency in computer skills, data analysis software, and Microsoft Office Suite for generating reports, analyzing data, and communicating findings.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to collaborate effectively with multidisciplinary teams and convey technical information clearly.
  • Commitment to continuous learning, professional development, and staying current with industry standards and best practices in materials science and metallurgy.


Work Environment:


The Alloy Lab Technician works primarily in a laboratory setting, conducting tests, experiments, and analyses on alloy samples. The role may also involve occasional collaboration with engineers, researchers, and production teams in manufacturing or development facilities. Strict adherence to safety guidelines, quality standards, and lab protocols is essential in this role.

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Stainless Steel, Alloy Sales and Blends