What’s Your Passion and How Far Do You Want to Go?
Stigma surrounds jobs in manufacturing. There’s a misconception these jobs are low paying, dirty and dangerous, but at reMAke 4.0 we know that’s not true. We’ve seen the upward mobility, meaningful work and multitude of opportunities firsthand. According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, these jobs pay 12 percent more than all others and 1 in every 6 jobs is in manufacturing. Manufacturing has always been at the cutting edge of technology, and most modern manufacturing jobs are using state-of-the-art equipment to build a better future.
Manufacturing Career Path Options
There are many varying paths in manufacturing, but YOUR PATHWAY IS UP TO YOU! How far do you want to go?
Manufacturing Career Development Training Program Levels
*Career Paths reflected are for demonstrational purposes only and will vary by individual.
Education: High School Diploma
Salary: $14-16/Hour, $33K/Year
Skills: Active Listening, Punctuality, Critical Thinking, Working with Hands
Operates and tends printing presses. Performs traditional printing methods, such as offset lithography, gravure, flexography, and letterpress.
Operates and maintains equipment to prepare items for shipment, which involves assembling and preparing parts and ensuring equipment runs smoothly.
Education: Certification Training On the Job Experience
Salary: $18-28/Hour, $45K/Year
Skills: Quality Control, Math & Modeling, Reading, Writing, Comprehension
Produces machine parts by programming, setting up and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine; maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies.
Designs electronic components, software, products or systems for commercial, industrial, medical, military or scientific applications. Analyzes customer needs and determines electrical system requirements, capacity and cost to develop a system plan.
Education: On the Job Experience, Licensing &/or Associates Degree
Salary: $22-38/Hour, $60K/Year
Skills: Interpersonal Skills, Industrial Specific, technical Skills
Prepares technical drawings of electrical wiring systems. During the drawing process, they analyze information (such as measurements and sketches) provided by engineers, architects and scientists.
Responsible for the day-to-day running of the production processes in all types of manufacturing operations. The main duties of a supervisor would include: planning and organizing staff tasks and shift rotations, reporting plant or machinery breakdowns to maintenance technicians.
Education: On the Job Experience, Licensing &/or Bachelor’s Degree
Salary: $30-48/Hour, $75K/Year
Skills: Decision Making, Financial Management, System Analysis, Active Learning
Specialize in metals, plastics or ceramics, and may develop composite materials, or study the atomic structure of materials in order to discover new applications for their mechanical, electrical or chemical properties.
Designs and implements a strategic sales plan that expand a company’s customer base and ensure its strong presence. Manages recruiting, objectives setting, coaching and performance monitoring of sales representatives.