Make more than just a living wage
From 3-D printing to next-gen robotics, today’s manufacturers are pushing the envelope of what’s possible and building the future before our very eyes. More importantly, manufacturing jobs offer competitive pay, stable benefits, opportunities for regular pay increases, profit sharing and career advancement.
Machining – Setup, operate, and monitor machines, including computer-controlled machines or robots, to work on metal or plastic work pieces.
Production & assembly – Fabricate parts and join them together to construct products like electronics, aircraft, automobiles, and household appliances.
Maintenance, repair & installation – Install machines and equipment and routinely inspect and maintain equipment, ensuring machines in the facility run smoothly.
Engineering – Research, develop and create parts or products; analyze manufacturing processes to discover and test where and how production can be made more efficient and reliable.
Logistics & planning – Manage the distribution processes within a single company or manage a supply chain, which encompasses all the companies manufacturing parts for the product, assembling it, delivering it, and/or selling it. Interact with other departments, including finance, sales and marketing, operations management, and with suppliers and customers.
Quality – Maintain the integrity of products or production processes through observation, evaluation and testing. Inspect components or final products before, during, and after manufacturing processes to ensure products are working as intended and safe to sell. Work with production staff to find problems and take corrective action.
Welding and fabrication – Join materials, including metals and thermoplastics, using heat and energy sources such as gas flame, electric arc, or laser. Build metal structures by bending, cutting, and assembling pieces.
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