Are looking for a great career with both stability and job satisfaction?
|Manufacturing jobs pay well, have good benefits, offer educational development, and allow you to provide well for you and your family!With so many manufacturing companies right here in the Inland Southern California Region, there’s no reason to commute elsewhere. Now is an ideal time for you to become part of this booming industry and begin a career path with a bright future.
Let’s meet some makers to see how successful career transformations in the manufacturing industry are happening to people just like you!
There are many pathways to manufacturing careers. Most manufacturing jobs require basic training that can be found at local community colleges, technical training centers, and private training companies.
You don’t need to spend a lot of time and money getting a university degree. You can be working in as little as 3 months, and then continue your training, as you work, to advance your skills and wages.
|TC Transcontinental – A leader in flexible packaging in the United States, Canada and Latin America.
Sabert – A leading global manufacturer of innovative food packaging products and solutions.
California Steel – The only West Coast steel supplier manufacturing five different product lines: hot rolled, pickled and oiled, galvanized and cold rolled sheet, and electric resistance welded pipe.
Microdyne Plastics – The longest running family owned injection and blow mold shop on the West Coast in Southern California’s Inland Empire.
|Crown Technical Systems – Crown Technical Systems products are supplied to all major utilities in California and throughout the Western Region.
Brenner-Fiedler – For over 70 years, Brenner-Fiedler has been a leading Automation and Pneumatic solutions provider.
A&R Tarpaulins – Manufacturer of Truck Tarps, Awnings, Canopies & Custom Fabric Products for Aerospace.
Working in the manufacturing industry is a good choice for recent graduates, people looking to expand their work experience, or for those who want to transition into a new industry.
There are many entry-level opportunities, and some companies have registered apprenticeship programs that combine on-the-job and instruction-based learning.
If you’re looking to start a career instead of taking just another job, consider a manufacturing career in the Inland Empire.