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Job Title Job Family Job Cluster
Machinist Trainee Production-Metal-Plastics-Fabrication Advanced Manufacturing
 
Description    
Learn to produce parts for industrial machines, aircraft, cars and trucks, as well as other products.
     
Annual Pay Education Needed Where to Get Education
$16,800-$24,900 High School diploma. May require some vocational coursework. GTCC (Cert, Dip)
     
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      Supervisor Team Leader Pipe-welder/Pipefitter Composite Materials Fabricator Mold Maker Millwright    
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
                           
   
   
   
   
     
     
     
     
     
     
                           
         
       
       
       
       
       
                           
                           
                           
Supervisor Job Family: Production-General Cluster: Advanced Manufacturing
Team Leader Job Family: Production-General Cluster: Advanced Manufacturing
Pipe-welder/Pipefitter Job Family: Production-General Cluster: Advanced Manufacturing
Composite Materials Fabricator Job Family: Production-General Cluster: Advanced Manufacturing
Mold Maker Job Family: Production-General Cluster: Advanced Manufacturing
Millwright Job Family: Production-General Cluster: Advanced Manufacturing

 

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Specialist Machinist

Salary Range: $33,200-$48,800
Education offered at: Alamance CC (AAS, Cert), Forsyth CC (AAS, Dip, Cert), GTCC (AAS, Cert, Dip), Piedmont CC (AAS, Dip, Cert), Randolph CC (AAS, Cert), Rockingham CC (Dip, Cert), Surry CC (AAS)
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