Think how exciting it would be to work for a legendary American company. Since 1945, Sub-Zero has manufactured the world's finest luxury appliances, making life better in the kitchen for thousands of customers. We are a family-owned company, driven by innovation and integrity, striving to be the best – and the best place to work. If you want to work for a leader, you've come to the right place.

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  • Why I like working at Sub-Zero and Wolf

    As you might expect, our employees have nice things to say about us.

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  • First-class benefits keep you healthy

    We’re proud of the health and wellness benefits we provide for employees. Along with a choice of health plans at each campus location, we offer dental and life insurance, retirement savings programs and more.

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  • Work/Life balance

    We realize your family will always be your top priority, so we help keep your schedule flexible enough to be a great parent, child, volunteer or friend.

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  • Co-op & Intern opportunities

    Dozens of college students join us every year, to learn and contribute to our success.

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  • What's a "rotational program?"

    6 months in one department, 6 months in another – then you’re on your way to the Sub-Zero and Wolf career of your dreams!

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    Take a tour of our top types of jobs, from Customer Service to Marketing to Engineering and more.

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  • Great places to live

    It’s hard to beat the cultural, social and outdoor opportunities in Madison and Phoenix.

  • Madison, Wisconsin

    The home of Sub-Zero since 1945, Madison is regularly voted one of America’s best places to live, with beautiful lakes and parks, a vibrant university community and a hopping restaurant and nightlife scene.

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  • Phoenix, Arizona

    People enjoy living in the Phoenix area for the great weather and almost infinite outdoor activities, as well as professional sports including baseball spring training at Goodyear Field.

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  • Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

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We believe in diversity

We welcome you, whatever your gender, age, color, ethnicity, disability, national origin, family or marital status or veteran status. The collective sum of our individual differences, life experiences, self-expression and talents makes us a stronger, more dynamic company. We treat each other and our customers with the greatest respect, work with a collaborative spirit toward the highest goals, and share the greatest rewards.


We aspire to be the best – nothing less

Our vision is to inspire moments worth savoring in kitchens worldwide. Our mission is to create best-in-class appliances that deliver luxury with substance. These are the three key values that guide our efforts:


Innovation is a pillar of the Sub-Zero and Wolf legacy. It began when our founder, Westye F. Bakke, pioneered refrigeration that kept food at below-zero temperatures, and continues today with appliances that are bringing fresher food and better meals to more kitchens than ever.


Promoting and rewarding excellence is a foundation of our brand – and of daily life at Sub-Zero and Wolf. We seek to be leaders in quality, design, performance and service, and genuinely care about exceeding our customers’ expectations and ensuring their ultimate satisfaction.


We look for leaders that are driven to be responsive, visible and supportive of our mission to empower employees to do what’s right – with integrity, teamwork and accountability. We recognize individuals for contributing their ideas, energy and resourcefulness to our mutual success.

Sub-Zero Group, Inc. does not unlawfully discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, marital status, disability, genetic information (GINA) or other grounds prohibited by law. These nondiscrimination principles extend to all aspects of the employer-employee relationship, to the full extent that the law requires, including recruitment, hiring, promotions, training, transfer, compensation, discipline, layoff, recall and termination.