The workforce shortage, growing skills gap, and lack of available talent are challenges common to nearly every executive in the machine tool industry. Because locating employees and acquiring properly trained talent can be overwhelming, finding community partners with affordable outsourcing solutions can be viewed as game changing tactics for many Indiana business leaders. For this reason, the executive team at Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana is proactively prepared to educate machine tool industry managers and leaders about the competitive advantage of outsourcing.
Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana partners with Indiana companies to provide low cost solutions to the most difficult of labor challenges and helps to narrow the skills gap. While providing training for entry level positions in the manufacturing industry, direct placement, temp-to-hire, job shadowing and internship opportunities, Goodwill Industries provides value added tactics to reduce labor burden issues.
Students from around Indiana will come together for the 12th Annual INTMA High School Contest. This year's contest is scheduled to take place on Saturday, January 17, 2015 beginning at 8:00am. The contest will be held at Central Nine Career Center located at 1999 S U.S. 31, Greenwood, IN 46143.
If you are looking for serious career opportunities in the machining sector, please post details about your experience under the Job Search Tab of the INTMA website.
INTMA Member Employers have a number of different skilled and unskilled positions that must be filled.
All INTMA member companies have the ability to log into the website to search resumes and contact those interested in career opportunities.
Vision: To be the association of choice for Indiana based machine tool executives where members possess strong camaraderie and a sense of obligation to share and help those in need.