Machine Tool Operators

Machine Tool Operators

$31,182 - $42,978

Computer-controlled machine tool operators control machines that create metal or plastic pieces and increase industrial plant efficiency. They are also frequently responsible for securing attachments and fixtures on machines, ensuring work areas conform to specifications for precision instruments and observe gauges and display screens to track machinery functions.

Mechanical Engineer I

Mechanical Engineer I

$61,407 - $74,619

Mechanical engineers have a wide variety of options for their careers in the Auto industry. They may be responsible for creating new tools to increase productivity and safety in industrial plants, test mechanical and thermal sensors and devices, or research and implement new engine designs.

Salesperson

Salesperson

$46,350 - $75,255

Salespeople must have exceptional customer service and communication skills to handle all walk-in guests who have questions about automobiles for sale as well as the company as a whole. Salespeople represent the industry’s products and help consumers purchase or lease the automobiles they need.

Production Manager

Production Manager

$85,254 - $125,701

Industrial Production Managers oversee facilities’ operations, including first-line supervisors, fabricators, assemblers, and precision workers to ensure that all production processes, equipment, and workmanship are safe and high quality. In addition to supervisory duties, industrial production managers may also coordinate manufacturing activities, schedule work schedules for employees, and conduct inventory checks

Auto Body Repair Technician I

Auto Body Repair Technician I

$34,334 - $46,479 

Auto technicians service and repair vehicles to ensure they meet standards for excellence and overall safety. Technicians may also be required to speak with customers to address their questions and concerns about vehicle maintenance and work in teams to accomplish tasks.