Manufacturing Industry Experience
Orion Candidates are Uniquely Suited for the Following Positions in Manufacturing
Our candidates are able to understand the relationship between quality, quantity, maintenance, safety, and the people they supervise. Our candidates bring a depth of leadership, ethics, and a proven record of success that continues on the manufacturing floor. Our candidates are able to operate in a wide variety of environments from labor-intensive, low-tech, to semiconductor chip manufacturing. Our clients constantly seek our team leaders to positively effect their work environment in need of positive and progressive leadership.
After receiving tremendous training and real world experience on troubleshooting electrical, mechanical or electronic systems, our candidates make an instant impact working on a maintenance team in a manufacturing environment. Our candidates are accustomed to working shifts from their military experience, and work well either on a team or independently. Technicians in the military are taught preventive, immediate, emergency and scheduled maintenance. Working well under stress and in arduous conditions, our maintenance repair technicians thrive in manufacturing today.
Quality Engineering and Improvement
During the mid to late 90s, American Manufacturing became increasingly aware of the relationship between quality, waste, cost, and efficiency. Our candidates were brought in to help improve and influence change in manufacturing. This occurred through quality initiative programs that included Six Sigma programs or upgrading technology and machinery. Clients have relied on Orion to find agents of change â€“candidates with strong communication skills, who are simultaneously technologically adept, motivational, and influential.
Logistics and Transportation
Our candidates have experience moving assets through air, land, and sea on a daily basis. They understand inventory control management, supply chain management and leveraging efficiencies through people and technology. Additionally, they understand how logistics must support the manufacturing process and its effect on the bottom line of cost of goods sold or profit margins.
Contact us to learn about hiring military for the Manufacturing Industry.