medical instrumentation

Back to Work: Manufacturing, manufacturing, manufacturing

This week, we share job and training opportunities that include making feedstock and medical supplies
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WorkingNation continues to search each week for workforce opportunities. Our latest findings include pathways in the following five locales.

Take a look at what we’ve found.

From Alabama: WSFA reports federal monies will fund the expansion of the Auburn Center for Developing Industries which provides startups with incubator space and houses the Advanced Manufacturing Training Center.

From Illinois: The Southland Journal reports a $3 million investment in HIRE360’s new center in Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood. The Center focuses on training in the construction, manufacturing, and hospitality sectors.

From Pennsylvania: Business Facilities reports a new feedstock manufacturing facility in Point Township will create 300 new jobs.

From Puerto Rico: News Is My Business reports Amazon Web Services has openings in its San Juan office in sales, public sector, marketing, engineering, and technical consulting to support the expansion of cloud computing services.

From Utah: Utah Business reports Thermo Fisher Scientific has opened a new medical manufacturing site in Ogden – with more than 300 employees already hired and the potential to employ up to 450 people across safety, quality, manufacturing, HR, engineering, and warehousing.

Did you miss our previous Back to Work stories from around the country? Catch up here.

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