Improving the Lives of Special Needs Families
We are a team of innovative thinkers, creators, and problem solvers on a mission to improve the lives of special needs families around the world.
Work With Us
Abram’s Nation is a family owned and operated manufacturer with over a decade of experience that creates products that improve the lives of special needs families around the world. We believe in a “cause over corporate” work environment, and strive to make a positive global impact for the special needs community.
Located in Gibsonia, PA, We were named as one of the best places to work by the Pittsburgh Business Times (2019).
We are actively seeking an enthusiastic team player interested in having a career with a cause. We have a unique culture and we are looking for like minded employees to be a part of overseeing production goals. We will train the right person to make sure they have the necessary skill to succeed within our team.
Benefits & Perks
- 401(k) matching
- Paid time off
- Paid Holidays
- Medical, Dental, and Vision stipend, giving the freedom to choose a plan tailored to the individuals needs
- Company Laptop
- Casual Dress Code
- Day shift Monday-Friday
- No weekends
- No Holidays
Supplemental pay types:
- Discretionary Bonuses
No Open Positions?
We are always looking for new talent. If you do not see any open positions please submit your resume and we will keep it on file.
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Awards & Certifications
Starting in 2010 with the 40 under 40 Award from Pittsburgh Magazine, Abram’s Nation has been honored for contributing to the special needs community with the innovation of The Safety Sleeper®, and philanthropy of Fund It Forward, the non-profit Rose created to help families get adaptive equipment not covered by insurance. Other accolades include the 2018 appointment to the Western Pennsylvania District Export Council, Pittsburgh Business Times, 2018 Women of Influence Award, U.S. Small Business Administration’s 2017 Exporter of the Year Award and Spotlight on Women in Business in Pittsburgh Magazine.