Marena is a global leader in medical-grade compression, with a history and commitment to scientific testing and innovation. We manufacture high-performance compression garments that promote wellness and comfort. Our compression benefits the total body, ranging from post-surgery to everyday shapewear to athletic apparel. Our passion for finding optimal solutions and being the best at what we do can be found across all of our brands and our work environment.
We are looking for individuals who want to turn their passions into action and be part of an energized and productive team. We welcome highly motivated people who can bring their experience and drive to Marena. As a U.S. manufacturer engaged in scientific research and solutions, we seek team players open to learning new things in a diverse, high-growth environment.
There’s something special about working at Marena. Producing comfortable compression garments, used primarily for patient’s recovery, brings an immense sense of satisfaction. Knowing that we help others recover with comfortable support is a big deal to us.
We are committed to providing the best benefits offered in the marketplace.
The Marena Group is an equal opportunity employer. Equal employment opportunity is the law.
Marena is dedicated to delivering the highest quality product, on-time, with excellent customer service. Our ISO processes guides us to exceed our customer’s expectations, meet regulatory guidelines and continually improve the effectiveness and overall quality of our products.
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