The "Fit Assessment" is designed to give you an overview of what manufacturing can be. Most employers are looking for people with good problem-solving skills who are able to "think outside the box". Math skills are important, but so is a good work ethic and the ability and willingness to learn new things. People who can multi-task are much more employable. Also, previous experience is a bonus, but the type of experience is key. Take the assessment and then check out the manufacturing workshop or workshops that interest you. We're sure you'll find a "fit"!
Quality Control Inspectors insure that manufactured products are completed according to industry standards and customer requests.
Electrical Maintenance Technicians provide all required support, including preventative, predictive and corrective maintenance to production line machinery, support equipment and facilities.
Tool & die makers are a class of machinists who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges and other tools used in manufacturing processes.
CNC Machinists use precisely programmed commands to operate automated machine tools - computers play an integral part of the control.
Welding is a fabricating or sculptural process that joins materials, usually metals or thermoplastics.
Mechanical Maintenance deals with maintaining, repairing and/or overhauling mechanical, plumbing or electrical devices.
Metal fabricating is the process of building metal structures using cutting, bending and assembling processes.
Production workers help fabricate, assemble and test parts and products.
Lead Supervisors manage, direct and lead other team members to meet specific goals established by the employer.