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Production/Assembly Positions

 

Production managers oversee the day-to-day operations at manufacturing plants. They ensure that production stays on schedule, they hire and manage workers, and they fix any production problems. Many production managers will have a bachelor’s degree, typically in business or industrial engineering.

Assembler. Puts together the parts of manufactured products. Reads blueprints and schematics; uses machinery or hand tools. Also called a fabricator.

Clean Room. Provides technical support to manufacturing in a clean room, including providing manufacturing assistance and support for new or existing products and process lines.

Production Operator. Works as part of an assembly line or works on individual production jobs from start to finish. Involved in the assembly or creation of products, such as cars or computers, and upholds quality and safety standards during the process.

Electronic Assembler. Puts together electronic components, such as computers or electric motors. Reads work orders and blueprints and follows production drawings, guidelines and other instructions.

Machine Assembler. Fastens and installs piping, fixtures, or wiring and electrical components to form assemblies or subassemblies. Inspects, operates, and tests completed products to verify functioning, machine capabilities, and conformance to customer specifications.

Medical Assembler. Builds, fits, repairs and maintains devices used to increase mobility or heal injuries of the human body, such as artificial limbs and splints.

  • Assembly Supervisor
  • Assistant Plant Manager
  • Chief Manufacturing Executive
  • Chief Quality Control Executive
  • Floor Assembly Supervisor
  • General Manager
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Manager or Supervisor
  • Master Scheduler
  • Materials Management Supervisor
  • Materials Manager
  • Materials Planner
  • Production Control Manager
  • Production Engineering Manager
  • Production Foreman
  • Production Manager
  • Production Planner/Scheduler
  • Production Supervisor
  • Project Manager
  • Purchasing Agent/Buyer
  • Safety Manager
  • Safety Manager/Coordinator
  • Stationary Engineer
  • Supplier Quality Engineer
  • Test Engineer
  • Tool Room Supervisor
  • Warehouse Manager

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Why CIS

  • Competitive Pay Rates
  • Insurance
  • Benefits
  • 10 hrs of PTO time for every 560 hrs
  • 24 hr Access to Managers
  • Direct Deposit
  • Access to Top Manufacturers in SC
  • Access to Global  Companies

CIS Benefits

  • Medical
  • Hospital
  • Fixed indemnity
  • Dental and Vision Plan Options
  • Term life insurance
  • Short-term disability

Contact Us

(803) 798-2045

(803) 750-0070

Carolina Industrial Staffing
810 Dutch Square Blvd, Ste 195
Columbia, SC 29210

info@carolinaindustrialstaffing.com

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