A mission focused on building next-generation technologies and products, using cutting-edge technology and carefully honed skills. You’re cut out for this.
As one of the founding institutes of ManufacturingUSA, LIFT’s employer members include some of the largest manufacturers in the country and their suppliers. They are ready to connect with talent like you.
Operation Next gives you foundational training to prepare you for one of the two most in-demand jobs in the country: CNC machining and Industrial Technology Maintenance. From here, you can advance within these jobs or expand to other areas of manufacturing operations like engineering, sales or even entrepreneurship.
CEO or Machine Shop Owner
Manufacturing Quality Manager
Manufacturing Production Tech
Owner of Maintenance Company
If you’ve served in the military, chances are you already have many of the skills and experiences manufacturing employers need. These skills include:
Troubleshooting, Problem Solving
Communications Skills, Customer Service
Computer Skills, Microsoft Office
Organizational Skills, Detail-oriented, Planning
Machinery, Hand Tools, Power Tools, Machining
These technicians are responsible for performing highly diversified duties to install, troubleshoot, repair and maintain production and facility equipment according to safety, predictive and productive maintenance systems and processes.
A CNC Operator produces machined parts by programming and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine; maintains quality and safety standards; keeps records; and maintains equipment and supplies.