We are the #1 resource for manufacturing jobs for every skill level. From the trained professional to our apprentice program that provides on the job training, we connect you with the right company to build a career with.
As the #1 Source for Manufacturing Jobs we post jobs for every level of experience and offer paid training to those looking to start a career.
Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturers employ workers at all levels including some of the most highly-respected engineers in the country and skilled laborers with decades of priceless job knowledge. Engineering and Hi-Tech positions typically require a four-year degree and experience. Skilled trade positions may require experience or vocational training.
Meet Mike, an Engineering Technician
Mike shows you what his day of work is like-building high tech microscreens used in everything from Virtual Reality headsets to weapon sights. There's a world of possibilities for a career in manufacturing.
What is the apprentice program?
The NYS Registered Apprentice Program is available to current employees and applicants with tactical skills and math aptitude. Experience or interest in trades such as mechanic, construction, wood-working or electronics would provide a natural transition into one of our registered trade positions.
Applicants must be 18 years or older, eligible to work in the United States and possess a superior work ethic. Registered Available Trades: Machinist (CNC), Electro-Mechanical Technician, Quality Assurance Auditor, Maintenance Mechanic, Electronics Technician, Toolmaker, Welder and Industrial Manufacturing Technician. To be a registered apprentice, an individual must be employed by a participating employer. The apprentice is required to complete a minimum of 18 months to up to 4 years of on the job training (depending on the position) and 144 hours or required related instruction per year.
Registered apprentices are guaranteed a wage progression in conjunction with mastering additional skill segments. Upon completion the apprentice will receive a nationally recognized accreditation as a journey level worker.
The manufacturing industry is filled with opportunities for success! Learn about the rewarding careers in manufacturing that have allowed these four women to earn a living wage, raise their families and thrive in the Hudson Valley community.
Council of Industry
Phone: (845) 565-1355