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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.

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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.

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*To be a registered apprentice, an individual must be employed by a participating employer. Contact us to locate registered employers.

The apprentice must complete a minimum of 18 months to up to 4 years of on-the-job training (depending on the position) and 144 hours of required related instruction per year. Registered apprentices are guaranteed a wage progression while mastering additional skill segments. Upon completion, the apprentice will receive a nationally recognized accreditation as a journey-level worker.

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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.

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Women in manufacturing

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.

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