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Manufacturing Engineer

What does a manufacturing engineer do?

Manufacturing Engineers focus on the design and operation of integrated systems for the production of high-quality, economically competitive products. These systems may include computer networks, robots, machine tools, and materials-handling equipment.

What do I need to get a manufacturing engineer job?

Engineering jobs require a 4-year bachelor’s degree in Engineering.  You can obtain a 2-year associate’s degree and transfer to a 4-year university to complete your degree

Cecil College – Cecil College offers the flexibility of day, evening, and weekend classes at the main campus in North East. You’ll be prepared to transfer to a four-year institution to complete your bachelor’s degree. 

HCC – The engineering degree program provides the first two years for civil, mechanical, electrical, aeronautical, and chemical engineering. Students choose electives based on their transfer institution and the engineering discipline. 

What is the median salary of a manufacturing engineering manager?

Where can I go from here?

Manufacturing Careers
1. Shipping & Receiving Clerk
2. Forklift Operator
3. Welder
4. Machine Operator
5. Machinist
6. Packer/Packager
7. Team Assembler
8. Production Helper
9. Maintenance Helper
10. Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerk
11. Tool and Die Maker
12. Applied Engineering Technician
13. CAD Technician
14. Maintenance Mechanic
15. Facility Manager
16. Industrial Machinery Maintenance
17. CAD Designer
18. QC Technician
19. CNC Programmer
20. CNC Operator
21. Shift Supervisor/Team Lead
22. Maintenance Manager
23. General Operations Manager
24. Engineering Manager
25. Engineering Technologist
26. QC Inspector/Tester
27. Engineering Technician
28. QC Manager
29. Production Supervisor
30. Manufacturing Engineer
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