Packaging and processing is innovative. It’s technology in action and it’s improving our lives. There are endless opportunities and roles in packaging and processing, from engineers to designers to technicians. Learn more about the many available careers in this growing and fast-paced field.
A machinist operates computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine tools, such as lathes and milling machines, to cut and produce precision parts for machines, instruments and tools.
A controls engineer designs and develops all aspects of electrical control systems for automated machinery, and is responsible for the application and technical support of PLC and servo based hardware and software.
A field service technician is responsible for helping clients install, repair and maintain equipment, including: troubleshooting the equipment, advising the customer on how to use the equipment, building relationships with customers and following company procedures.
Mechanical engineers develop, design, build, test and inspect mechanical devices and systems, such as machines, tools and engines.
Sales representatives are in the business of selling advanced scientific and technical products to businesses and organizations.
An Assembler is responsible for collecting materials and tools to perform assembly and quality control functions per defined procedures, drawings, schematics and work instructions.