Rogue Valley Microdevices, Medford
Manufacturing plants and factories need more than just people who work on a production line.
From office support staff to mechanics, and designers to fabricators, today’s jobs in manufacturing include roles you may not have thought of while job hunting.
From small, family-owned shops to large corporations, there are hundreds of jobs and work environments in manufacturing. Manufacturing career options include jobs in assembly, fabrication, production, engineering, maintenance, logistics, management, administration, metalworking, tool and die making, painting, operations, quality control, processing and more.
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Working in the Manufacturing Industry
Even if you have zero interest in working on an assembly line, there are many different reasons that could make manufacturing your perfect career fit.
Variety & Diversity
With local manufacturers making everything from airplane parts to organic soup, you can choose not only your environment but also the types of products that you’d help create.
“Promotion” is Manufacturing’s middle name. Many employers like to get workers in on the ground level and train them into management positions in short amounts of time.
Training & Education
Cutting edge technology is important in manufacturing, so on the job training and employer support of outside training is typical.
Work that Makes a Difference
From medical equipment that literally saves lives to specialty food items and critical transportation equipment, manufacturing makes a difference in your community and your day-to-day life.
A Day in the Life