Did you know manufacturing jobs offer growth, security, and stability? For example, both assembly and warehouse jobs not only pay well but also include benefits, training, and flexible schedules. Today’s manufacturing floor is modern, clean, and in many cases undergoing policy reviews due to COVID-19. Safety measures include temperature checks, staggered shifts, retooling production lines, and spacing out workers. Technology is front and center, too, as more and more manufacturers rely on the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence to improve processes.
What’s more, manufacturing isn’t all about heavy lifting anymore, and both men and women are encouraged to apply. Not to mention we have over 80 positions to fill at several locations in Massachusetts. As part of our staffing series, we’re shining the light on a couple of open manufacturing positions that are hiring right now. Continue reading to see what kind of opportunities await you.
- This position is for: Anyone with 3 to 10 years of mechanical and electro-mechanical assembly operation experience, preferably in the semiconductor capital equipment industry.
A systems assembly technician must determine and/or follow methods and sequence of operations in functions such as performing wiring, component installation, and kit assembly on assembly units. They will also work from a bill of materials, blueprints, and schematics to produce zero defect assemblies and/or subassemblies.
- Determine and/or follow methods and operations in functions such as performing wiring, component installation, and kit assembly on assembly units.
- Work from Bill of Materials, blueprints, and schematics to produce zero defect assemblies and/or subassemblies.
- This position is for: Anyone with experience building and assembling robotic or automated equipment, preferably in the semiconductor capital equipment industry.
A Final Assembly Technician will perform troubleshooting and work collaboratively in a team environment. Also, expect international travel to customer sites for final assembly (10-40%). Essential job requirements include the ability to work off blueprints and/or technical drawings while also being proficient with hand and power tools, along with test instruments. Recent Military service is a plus.
To summarize, manufacturing offers many exciting opportunities for job seekers and is a vital industry for the United States economy. Workers get to see first hand the results of their efforts. Long term opportunities, as well as temporary to perm jobs, await the right applicants.
Manufacturing can be an exciting and rewarding career, and we’re here to help you find your path. We encourage anyone looking to make a career move, including recent military veterans, current reservists, and college graduates, to apply. If you’re looking for ways to update your resume and writing a cover letter, visit our job resources page. There you’ll find tips for reaching out. Visit our At FootBridge Energy Services, and our recruiters can help you land the manufacturing job of your dreams. Contact the manufacturing recruiting partners to learn more.