Robotics jobs in manufacturing are full of opportunity - create your account to find your fit today!
Thanks to the increased use of robotics, job opportunities in the manufacturing industry are growing. Whether you're a high school student just starting out, looking to change industries, an experienced manufacturing worker, or searching for a higher-paying role, RoboticsCareer.org is here to support you at every step of your journey.
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What do you picture when you think about working in the manufacturing industry? Manufacturing jobs today look very different from those of the past – and require different skills. Manufacturing jobs today are higher-paying, safe, and see people working alongside advanced technologies like robotics. There are so many career options – find your place in the manufacturing industry today!
Robotics Technicians are focused on the day-to-day maintenance on the manufacturing floor. This exciting entry-level position is perfect for starting your career in robotics for manufacturing.
Robotics Specialists are the subject matter experts on robotic systems on the manufacturing floor and are responsible for proposing upgrades to the systems that can increase productivity. This position requires more training than the Robotics Technician role.
The Robotics Integrator is the subject matter expert on automation and robotics. The Integrator understands how applying robots and automation to the manufacturing floor benefits their operations and will evaluate, design, and implement plans for areas ripe for automation. Of the three positions, the Robotics Integrator requires the highest level of training and experience.
Finding a training program can be difficult. Our Endorsement program evaluates and identifies the nation’s top-tier training programs for robotics careers in manufacturing. These programs are evaluated by robotics subject matter experts. Only programs that meet the highest standards set by the robotics industry earn ARM Endorsement. Look for the ARM Endorsement badge on program pages to see which programs have earned Endorsement!
Programs are evaluated through the following categories: Relevance to the Industry, Effective Curriculum, Efficiency of the Training, Impact of the Program, Program Sustainability and Transportability.
Your robotics journey is unique. RoboticsCareer.org uses your skills and goals to connect you directly to job, internship, apprenticeship, and training opportunities to get you exactly where you want to go. Explore career pathways, build your digital skills profile, and get matched to personalized job and training recommendations.
We've heard the same message from manufacturers across the nation: the biggest hurdle to growth is finding trained workers. Whether you're looking to add to your workforce or upskill your existing workers, we're here to help you navigate your workforce gaps. Create an account to post your jobs and search for qualified candidates - at no cost!
Get your program in front of a national audience of organizations and individuals actively exploring educational opportunities and robotics career paths. Adding your program to our comprehensive and vetted database will help you connect with potential students. Submitting your program for inclusion is free with the option to apply for ARM Endorsement.
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RoboticsCareer.org is powered by the ARM (Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing) Institute, a Manufacturing Innovation Institute part of the Manufacturing USA Network. RoboticsCareer.org was created through collaboration with the ARM Institute’s nearly 400 member organizations spanning industry, government, and academia. This national resource was created with funding from the U.S. Department of Defense and a generous grant from the U.S. Department of Labor.