Careers in manufacturing offer a wide variety of opportunities to grow within the industry and cultivate unique skills to help you advance.
Manufacturing as an industry is a very broad field. There are various types of positions, job descriptions and titles that range from working with raw materials to created components and management. This industry offers a wide variety of opportunities to grow within the industry and cultivate unique skills to help you advance.
Most manufacturing jobs involve the mechanical, physical, and/or chemical transformation of raw materials to create products for a consumer. This takes place in factories, plants, and smaller worksites around the country. There are ample manufacturing jobs nationwide due to the current workforce instability and most positions include on-the-job training. This is also an industry that continues education with their employees as technology evolved in their business. Education requirements range from a HSE to a college degree (engineering positions) however due to the amount of on-the-job training, it is fairly easy to get your foot in the door and begin to cultivate your skills.
Some certifications for various manufacturing positions may be free through programs at Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center. If you have any questions or need assistance, contact the Mary Rigg Employment Team by calling 317-639-6106 or filling out this form.