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Why Are Manufacturers Joining?

Participating companies can post unlimited positions on our website which pushes out to top job sites like Google Jobs, Hotjobs, Monster, Zip Recruiter, Linkedin and Glassdoor. Companies will have access to applicant dashboard and control of online application process and candidates.

This initiative will put dozens, if not hundreds, of Hudson Valley Manufacturing jobs on one site and generate applicant activity. It will allow all member companies to accept online applications, manage their own hiring process and post jobs to critical job boards in just one click. The software alone would cost individual companies up to $15k per year. This program provides a significant value for our members.

Participating companies will be charged $2,000 for 12 months. For that investment you get all the above as well as priority status in the marketing campaign.

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The Council of Industry has launched a Collaborative Recruiting Initiative, designed to allow HV Manufacturing companies to work together to promote the manufacturing sector, attract candidates and ultimately pace them into manufacturing jobs. This initiative provides access to a recruiting platform allowing hiring managers to post jobs directly onto the Council’s job board and manage candidates through the hiring process. Through a “job aggregator” postings are pushed out to over 100 popular job boards including Google Jobs, Monster and Hot Jobs. Postings are also scraped by Glassdoor and Zip Recruiter. Applicants can apply online and all resumes are sent directly to the hiring managers dashboard. Hiring managers can accept or reject candidates, communicate direct via email, send additional documentation or requests and schedule interviews. These resources are positioned as an efficiency to hiring managers who are currently managing vacancies manually.

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Some Of Our Manufacturers

Fair-Rite Products Corp. - Your Signal Solution  Elna Magnetics ErtelAlsop - The First Name In Liquid Filtration Fala Selux PCG - President Container Group MPI Viking Industries, Inc Ditron, Inc. Zierick Engineered Interconnection Solutions Schatz Bearing Corporation eMagin Stanfordville Machine & Manufacturing - Precision CNC Machining Arconic - Innovation, Engineered MetCar - Engineered Carbon / Graphite Solutions for Severe Service Lubrication IPA - Future Now Balchem - Real People. Real Science. Real Results Bell

About Go Make It

Go Make It is manufacturing careers platform, designed to help students, parents, and teachers explore the world of advanced manufacturing, and to find the information they need to pursue careers in our exciting industry.

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Program Benefits When You Join!

  • Use of the Council’s iCIMS Applicant Tracking System.
  • Post your jobs directly and allow candidates to apply online.
  • Review, contact and track applicants via your company’s own dashboard.
  • Jobs posted on the Council of Industry job board will be pushed to other popular job boards including Google Jobs, Monster, Zip Recruiter and Glassdoor (and more).
  • Unlimited job postings.
  • A concerted professional marketing effort to drive traffic to our Hudson Valley Manufacturing Jobs page and to encourage careers in the sector.

Council of Industry
6 Albany Post Road, Newburgh, NY 12550

Phone: (845) 565-1355

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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

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