Jobs for Manual and CNC Machinists
Whether you’re a Manual Machinist or a CNC (computer numerically controlled) Machinist, we specialize in putting you to work. Both types of machining require skilled individuals with machine tool/advanced manufacturing experience. Today a machinist is also expected to be computer-literate, and to understand basic electronics and basic physics.
Some machinists produce large amounts of a single part. Others repair or make new parts for existing machinery. Most machinists work in small machining shops or in manufacturing firms that produce durable goods including metalworking, industrial machinery, aircraft or motor vehicles.
Machinist jobs expected to grow every year
Jobs for machinists are expected to increase at a rate of 7%, adding around 29,900 positions from 2010–2020. If you’re a machinist just starting your career, trying something new, or moving toward retirement, we can help you find the right short-term or long-term position.