Forklift Operator

Forklift Operator

$30,177 - $38,488

Forklift operators operate heavy equipment to load and unload materials in a safe, organized manner. Operators may be required to transport goods from warehouses, loading docks, railroad cars, trucks or aircrafts. They also perform daily safety checks on equipment and examine products to verify they are up to the company’s quality standards.

Product Sales Representative

Product Sales Representative

$43,161 - $76,863

Product sales representatives establish and maintain customer accounts to encourage long-term, satisfied business. In addition to generating and maximizing sales leads, sales representatives excel at working independently to assess the needs of customers and fulfill those expectations in a timely manner.

Quality Control Technician I

Quality Control Technician I

$31,517 - $42,127

Quality control technician ensure the consistent and high-quality products by evaluating plants, recording data, and following legal regulations throughout the development and manufacturing processes. Their work creates an efficient and cost effective product in addition to maintaining a safe working environment.

Industrial Designer

Industrial Designer

$44,479 - $61,512

Industrial designers draw up plans for everything from bicycles to the latest advancements in medical equipment. Working in the field requires strong computer skills. Three-dimensional computer animated design (CAD) systems are used to transform drawings into models. Computer animated industrial design (CAID) systems are used to communicate with production machinery.

Machinist I

Machinist I

$38,203 - $50,005

Machinists fashion all kinds of products and parts out of metal. They are skilled operators of industrial machinery responsible for fabrication, assembly and repair work. Pay ranges for machinists vary, and pay increases as one moves up to machinists II, machinist III, and managerial positions.

Welder

Welder

$36,038 - 50,490

Welders use hands-on welding or flame-cutting equipment to weld or join metal components or to fill holes, indentations, or seams of fabricated metal products. They might operate safety equipment, examine pieces for defects, and select and install metal components like torches, torch tips, filler rods and flux.

Maintenance Mechanic

Maintenance Mechanic

$38,928 - $53,197

Maintenance mechanics repair, install, adjust, and maintain industrial production and processing machinery. They must be able to repair or maintain the operating condition of the equipment, as well as disassemble it to repair or replace broken or malfunctioning components.

Production Manager

Production Manager

$85,254 - $125,701

Production managers help make the best use of the people and equipment in a plant. They monitor budgets, safety programs, purchasing and schedules. They can use technologies like sensors, predictive analytics and wearable devices to consistently—and in real time—optimize plant operations.