Employers in the manufacturing industry may seek temporary, part-time, or full-time employees to handle specific tasks or provide additional support as manufacturing facilities ramp up for new products or services.

In the manufacturing industry, employers often seek candidates for various positions to ensure the smooth operation of their production processes. Choosing Transnational Staffing is your first step in helping you find the right candidates for any job type.

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Here are some potential positions that you may be looking for in manufacturing and the standard responsibilities for that position.

Production Supervisor/Manager:

    • Responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations on the manufacturing floor.
    • Supervises and coordinates the work of production workers.
    • Ensures that production targets are met while maintaining quality standards.

Quality Control Inspector:

    • Inspects products at various stages of the manufacturing process to ensure they meet quality standards.
    • Conducts tests and measurements to identify defects and deviations from specifications.

Manufacturing Engineer:

    • Designs, implements, and improves manufacturing processes.
    • Works on process optimization, cost reduction, and efficiency improvement.

Maintenance Technician:

    • Repairs and maintains machinery and equipment.
    • Conducts preventive maintenance to ensure continuous operation.

Logistics and Supply Chain Manager:

    • Manages the movement of materials and finished products through the supply chain.
    • Optimizes inventory levels to meet production demands.

Health and Safety Officer:

    • Implements and enforces safety protocols to ensure a safe working environment.
    • Conducts safety training for employees and investigates accidents/incidents.

Warehouse Manager:

    • Manages the storage and distribution of raw materials and finished goods.
    • Ensures efficient warehouse operations and inventory management.

Research and Development (R&D) Engineer:

    • Focuses on developing new products or improving existing ones.
    • Collaborates with design and production teams to bring innovations to the manufacturing process.

Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Specialist:

    • Ensures compliance with environmental regulations and workplace safety standards.
    • Develops and implements safety programs.

Lean Manufacturing Specialist:

    • Implements lean principles to improve efficiency and reduce waste in the manufacturing process.
    • Conducts process analysis and recommends improvements.

These are just a few examples, and the specific positions may vary depending on the industry and the nature of the manufacturing processes involved. Employers often seek individuals with technical skills, experience, and a solid commitment to quality and safety. Continue reading through this page to learn more about the skills we typically look for when helping employers find talent.

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When hiring for your manufacturing facility, looking for candidates with skills, qualities, and experience that align with event planning and management requirements is essential. Transnational Staffing has already done the hard part in finding those candidates, so you can focus on other items that are important to your business.

When we onboard potential candidates for any position we look for...

Technical Skills: We look for candidates with the specific technical skills required for your industry's manufacturing processes and equipment. This could include proficiency in operating machinery, knowledge of relevant software, and familiarity with industry-specific tools.

Experience in the Industry: We consider candidates who have relevant experience in the manufacturing sector. Industry-specific experience often indicates familiarity with the job's challenges and requirements.

Problem-Solving Abilities: Manufacturing environments often involve troubleshooting and problem-solving. We strive to find candidates with strong analytical and problem-solving skills can be valuable in addressing issues that may arise during production.

Attention to Detail: Manufacturing processes require a high level of precision. We seek out candidates who demonstrate attention to detail in their work, which is crucial for maintaining quality standards and avoiding defects.

Teamwork and Communication: Manufacturing is typically a team-based environment. Effective communication and working collaboratively with colleagues from different departments are essential qualities to ensure smooth operations.

Adaptability: Manufacturing environments can be dynamic, with changes in production demands or unexpected challenges. We'll help you find an adaptable candidate who can quickly adjust to new situations is valuable in maintaining efficiency.

Leadership and Supervisory Skills: For managerial or supervisory positions, we seek out candidates with leadership skills. Influential leaders can motivate teams, make strategic decisions, and meet production goals.

Continuous Improvement Mindset: A candidate who values continuous improvement and is open to implementing lean manufacturing principles or process optimization can contribute to increased efficiency and reduced waste.

Education and Training: We consider candidates with relevant education and training in manufacturing, engineering, or a related field. Certifications or additional training in specific areas can also be beneficial.

Work Ethic and Reliability: Manufacturing often involves shift work and adherence to tight schedules. A candidate with a strong work ethic and a record of reliability is crucial to maintaining production schedules, and our team can help you find them.

Problem Prevention Skills: Candidates who solve problems and demonstrate the ability to anticipate and prevent issues before they arise can contribute to smoother operations and higher efficiency.

By evaluating candidates based on these criteria, we can help identify individuals well-suited to the demands of the manufacturing industry and contribute positively to your organization's success.