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Assembler, Fabricator Jobs

Assemblers and fabricators play an important role in the manufacturing process. They assemble both finished products and the pieces that go into them.

CAD/CAM and CNC Jobs

CNC programmers use CNC machines to cut and shape precision products. In CNC manufacturing the CAM system simplifies the machining and designing process.

MFG Quality, QA / QC Jobs

Manufacturing quality improves reliability and increases production. QA is the prevention of defects as in a QMS system, and QC is the detection of defects.

Manufacturing Engineering Jobs

Industrial engineers analyze methods of production, Process Engineers develop industrial processes, Manufacturing Engineers plan and direct elements of design.

Manufacturing Management Jobs

Manufacturing, Production or Plant managers are responsible for production scheduling, staffing, equipment, QC, inventory control, and the coordination of activities.

Industrial Mechanic Jobs

Millwrights install, replace, dismantle, and repair machinery and heavy equipment. Many work with industrial mechanics to repair and maintain equipment.

Setter, Operator, Tech Jobs

Manufacturing Setters, Operators, and Tenders set up machines for operation and then operate and maintain various machines during production and assembly.

Tool & Die, Machinist Jobs

Tool & Die workers produce and repair tools, dies, and special guiding and holding devices. Machinists use machine tools, such as lathes, to produce parts.

Warehouse, Distribution Jobs

A manufacturing operation must ensure the efficient flow and storage of goods and materials into the plant operations, and  distribution of finished products.

Welding and Soldering Jobs

Skilled welding, soldering, and brazing workers plan work from drawings or specifications and use their knowledge to determine how best to join parts.

G & A, Sales, Marketing Jobs

Modern manufacturing requires a strong team of people in the general and administrative functions such as sales, marketing, finance, ops, accounting, and human resources.