Types of Industrial and Manufacturing Jobs We Fill
We recruit for companies in several different industries in almost every state. If college isn’t a good fit for you right now and you’re ready for a hands-on job, or if you already have a technical degree and / or several years of experience, we have a job for you:
- Production Manager
- Quality Control Technician
- Maintenance Technician
- General Laborer
Advice for Obtaining an Industrial or Manufacturing Job
Despite an increase in U.S. manufacturing, the number of jobs has increased or decreased due to several factors: the economic rollercoaster, the export of manufacturing jobs overseas and the increase in automation, just to name a few. Even so, thousands of businesses are hiring right now for their facilities, plants and warehouses here at home in the USA. Connecting with the ones that fit your skills and experience, even if you have little or no experience, can get you a great job in no time.
- Why are you looking for a new job?
- Why does our company appeal to you?
- Why are you a good fit for this type of position?
- Tell us about a difficult moment at work and how you handled it.
- Where do you see yourself in a year? In five or 10 years?
Even if you have no experience and no idea of where you want to be in 10 years, that doesn’t mean you won’t be hired. Aside from education and experience, employers also want to hire people who show a desire to learn, are able to behave in a professional manner and come to work every day. It’s very true that “showing up” is half the battle.