FN America-Columbia is an equal employment opportunity employer and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, veteran, disability, or any other similarly protected status.

Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities: If you need reasonable accommodations or an alternative means to submit an application, please send an email to hrapplication@fnhusa.com and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. You may also contact: Janet Brown, Manager, Employee Development at (803)865-3517.


FN America-Columbia is currently accepting applications for the jobs listed below (press the Apply button for an online application):

  • Manufacturing Engr (Barrels)
This is an opportunity for an experienced, hands-on Manufacturing Engineer with demonstrated knowledge of mechanical systems. The incumbent calculates production, labor, and material costs; reviews production schedules, and estimates future capital requirements. In this role, the Manufacturing Engineer will industrialize new and existing products on rotary forges and broaches, identify new manufacturing technologies appropriate to support lead time and cost reductions, and support the overall Lean and Continuous Improvement initiatives. Skills 1. Good written and verbal communication 2. Strong mechanical aptitude 3. Strong analytical skills 4. Ability to multitask and prioritize multiple projects 5. Ability to work in a team environment 6. Project Management Education and Qualification 1. Bachelor of Science or Technology degree in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering 2. Proficient with Microsoft Office 3. ProE and AutoCAD proficiency desired 4. Experience with rotary forges and broaches desired 5. Experience implementing processes with Robotics and PLCs desired 6. Three years ME Experience


  • Production Supervisor (Surface Finish)
Broad Function: The Production Supervisor (SF) is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the work for completion of chrome-plated and phosphate parts which meet military specifications based on FNA’s established processes and procedures. Responsible for the Safety, Quality, Productivity and Delivery performance of the Surface Treatment Department. Assist with the implementation of Lean principles and methods, measure Lean implementation based on published KPIs and sustain implemented improvements through standardization, training and continuous improvement. Principal Responsibilities: Performs those supervisory functions necessary for the effective management of the department, including the selection and development of employees. Employee counseling, motivation, planning, organizing and measuring the work performed. Establishes and maintains a safe and healthful working environment in accordance with OSHA requirements. Ensures compliance and actively coaches employees on the Five S program and implements and supports Lean Manufacturing initiatives. Ensure compliance to NADCAP requirements Prepare chrome line for NADCAP certification Education/ Experience Requirements: Knowledge of all chrome plating, phosphate and multi-finish line equipment with an understanding of plating theory required. At least three years working experience in a metal working environment. Bachelor’s degree in business or two year technical degree. Prior coating experience preferred Quality Engineering experience preferred Practical understanding of workplace 5S and Lean Manufacturing Principles. Must have experience in a teaming environment. EOE/VEVRAA Federal Contractor


  • Internship Positions
FN America has the following Intern positions available for the summer at our Columbia, SC facility. We are currently looking for: Manufacturing Engineers, Purchasing and Quality students. Forty (40) hours per week. All qualified are encouraged to apply for the above job opportunity. EOE/VEVRAA Federal Contractor


  • Retail Sales / Store Manager
Responsible for implementing the strategy set by Sales Department to include customer service, merchandising, and execution of store and company standards. Accountable and responsible for directing and developing an exceptional performing team that is sales driven, while creating and maintaining a customer service culture. Actively manage the business to achieve sales goals while protecting company assets and inventory at the store level. This is the point person in Columbia who is responsible for communicating the FNHUSA “Distinct Advantage.” Education/ Experience Requirements: • 3- 5 years of retail management experience preferred. • Extensive knowledge of firearms and processing firearms transactions preferred. • College degree in business, finance, or marketing a plus. • Strong communication and leadership skills. • Strong attention to customer service issues and ability to effectively interact with many different levels within an organization. • Ability to execute company standards successfully. • Computer skills with Microsoft Office and inventory software a plus. • Ability/flexibility to work any store hours. • EOE/M/F/Vets/Disability VEVRAA Federal Contractor