Looking for an entry level job or internship in manufacturing? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Not every manufacturing job is on the line working with the products. A few manufacturing jobs that you may want to consider as a recent grad include:
While many jobs dealing directly with the products require more hands-on experience than education, most of the jobs listed above require a bachelor’s degree, a possible exception being quality assurance and control. You’ll also need an ability to pay attention to detail.
|Manufacturing Laborer Needed in Arcadia, WI!|
Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc. Dorchester, IA
|Sterile (BFS) Manufacturing Technician|
Glenmark Pharmaceuticals USA Monroe, NC
|Manufacturing Engineering Technician|
FORCE America Waukesha, WI
|Professional Services Consultant (Manufacturing/Supply Chain)|
Kenandy Redwood City, CA
|General Manufacturing (Flexible Part-Time Nights)|
Quad Graphics Pewaukee, WI
Manpower Sanford, ME
|Local Outside Sales Representative - 100% Commission Based (MFG., AG 20+ Industries Served) - Osceola, IA|
Schaeffer Manufacturing Osceola, IA
|Manufacturing Engineer II|
Cameron Craig Group Cedar Falls, IA
|Manufacturing Engineering Manager|
PSS Recruiting Columbus, OH
|Senior Transmission Engineer - PLS-CADD|
Professional Employment Group Raleigh, NC
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