Job Seekers: Industrial and manufacturing jobs

There are tons of great industrial jobs in America—at lots of great companies. How do we know? Because we have a long list of open positions to fill. Needless to say, we’re glad you’re here!

Industrial and manufacturing jobs we fill.

We hire for companies in many industries in basically every state. Whether college isn’t—or wasn’t—your thing and you’re ready to get your hands dirty, or you have a specialized technical degree and years of experience, we have a position for you.

We fill industrial and manufacturing jobs.
  • Production Manager
  • Quality Control Technician
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Welder
  • Machinist
  • General Laborer

Advice for getting an industrial job.

While American manufacturing is producing more, the number of jobs has gone up and down for a few reasons: the economy’s roller coaster ride, companies deciding whether or not to go overseas and robots becoming more common.

Regardless, there are thousands of businesses hiring for their facilities, plants and warehouses right here in the USA. If you connect with the rights ones—the ones that fit your experience and skills—and interview well, you can land a top job in no time.

Practice these interview questions.

  1. Why are you looking for a new job?
  2. Why does our company appeal to you?
  3. Why are you a good fit for this industrial (or manufacturing) position?
  4. Tell us about a difficult moment at work and how you handled it.
  5. Do you want to stay in this line of work; where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Employers: Find industrial and manufacturing talent here

Not everyone’s meant to work in a cushy office job behind a keyboard. Some people like to roll up their sleeves and do some manual labor—get their hands dirty. We know you need these blue-collar workers, so we focus on finding the very best ones.

Industrial and manufacturing staffing

Industrial and manufacturing staffing

As technology advances, your industry changes and your business grows, you’re going to need experienced and skilled employees. From those in charge to those taking orders, they’re all critical to manufacturing, moving materials and making money.

Fortunately for you, any temporary or permanent manufacturing employee you need is right at your fingertips. Well, they’re in our massive network, which is close enough. So even when the labor market gets extra tough, we fight to find the talent you need.

Some of the positions we fill

  • Production Manager

    Manages the operations of an assigned production area to ensure that volume, cost and quality standards are achieved.

  • Quality Control Technician

    Performs quality control inspections, checks and tests during product manufacturing.

  • Maintenance Technician

    Performs day-to-day operations to maintain a facility under the direction of a property manager or operations manager.

  • Welder

    Joins, fabricates and repairs metal and other material using appropriate welding techniques.

  • Machinist

    Assembles, repairs and fabricates metal parts by operating mechanical equipment.

  • General Laborer

    Performs general manual labor tasks including loading, unloading, lifting and moving materials.

     

How the talent becomes your talent

Through a proven, smooth-running industrial and manufacturing talent-delivery process that includes:

  1. Ensuring the best pros know we're their best career partner, because we work with companies like yours

  2. In-depth screening that allows us to get familiar with candidates' skills, personalities and goals

  3. Assuring job seekers are fully prepared to transition to your team at the drop of a hat