Creators Wanted in Modern Manufacturing
New advanced manufacturing technologies inspire exciting new careers, requiring a skilled workforce interested in pursuing them. From bioengineers to robotics technicians, and all the operations in between, there is a place for everyone in manufacturing.
Together with the National Association of Manufacturers, The Manufacturing Institute, MEP Centers, and federal agency partners, the Manufacturing USA network celebrates the manufacturers who make the products that keep us safe, enrich our lives, strengthen our economic and national security, and provide countless opportunities for our communities and workforce.
Join Compunetix in Celebrating Manufacturing Day 2021
Modern manufacturing utilizes innovative, intelligent technology to improve production processes across all industries. For over 50 years, and all throughout the recent pandemic, Compunetix has been leveraging these techniques to produce highly sophisticated electronics and advanced communication solutions for organizations all over the world.
Our approach encompasses the entire spectrum of sophisticated electronics manufacturing, including design, fabrication, procurement, assembly, and testing services. Compunetix is vertically integrated; we maintain complete control of all aspects of our supply chain and manufacturing processes. Combined with our in-house engineering expertise, Compunetix offers custom tailored products and services to meet any customer’s critical requirements. As a long-standing industry leader, customers rely on Compunetix for product quality, manufacturing agility, and unsurpassed service.
Work with Us
Compunetix (and our affiliate company, Compunetics) have open positions in manufacturing and operations. Compunetics manufactures state-of-the-art rigid and flexible circuit boards. From fast-turn, high-tech multilayer prototypes to high-density and high-speed interconnects – we produce them LOCALLY! The jobs are hands-on, the environment is high-tech, the wages are competitive, and the benefits are excellent.
If you have experience in a manufacturing environment, good trouble shooting skills, and the ability to follow directions, we’ll train you. You’ll operate a wide range of machines and equipment used in the printed circuit board manufacturing process.