Job Sites, Machine Tool-Style During the Internet Revolution, have you utilized the Web to help with your employment needs? Chances are, you have. Sites such as Monster.
Job Sites, Machine Tool-Style
During the Internet Revolution, have you utilized the Web to help with your employment needs? Chances are, you have.
But something's missing from these new channels, particularly when they're utilized for the unique employment demands of a machining environment.
Go visit any of the “Job Exchanges” online and odds are you'll find them touting that they “currently house ‘XXX,XXX' job postings” (or words to that effect). Translated, that means you'll have to wade through listings for numerous categories far from the manufacturing realm to find something close to your needs. Or not.
But there is hope. A few recent additions to the Web job site landscape focus on the machining industry exclusively, and they just might be worth a visit and a bookmark.
MetalIndustryJobs.com is actually three sites that serve vertical sectors of the machining world—Fabricating, Die/Mold and Screw Machining.
MachineToolJobs.com also offers machining-related job postings, but it offers its listings in subcategories, rather than as separate sites.
Each of these offers added specificity that metalworking job or employee seekers will find useful. And, over time, the tools, partnerships and applications these sites develop should improve their overall industry focus.
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Job Shop Site Of The Month
Metalcraft Technologies, Inc. serves the aerospace industries by way of milling, fabricating, finishing, tool design and engineering support. Its Web site (www.metalcraft.net) delivers a depth of information about who the company is and how it does what it does. The navigation used within this site is creative and effective.
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March Madness, MMS-Style
MMS Online expands MMS' March metalworking madness in many ways. First, MMS Online gives Measurement & Quality the full court press with our Zone and our MMS Web Exclusive about thermal effects on gages and machine tools. Aerospace Machining and Workholding also get the full MMS Online Zone treatment.
All Zones can be accessed at www.mmsonline.com.