Do you enjoy troubleshooting the “why” when mechanical equipment isn’t working?  Do you have manufacturing line or production experience and want to expand your knowledge for a more challenging position?  Have you always wanted to go into engineering or a design related field but don’t have the 4 year degree? If any of these sound like you, consider using the training resources available to kick start a career in Advanced Manufacturing. Must have state residency in Arkansas. 

The goal of the ReSkill Arkansas program is to help unemployed or underemployed individuals find stable, good-paying careers at no cost to you through training programs and Apprenticeships. We want to help increase the technical skills of Arkansans and make you aware of the career paths available within Advanced Manufacturing!

Individuals with Advanced Manufacturing focused training and experience find their skills in demand throughout the state of Arkansas across all industries. 

Get started today on your path to a new career by applying for our free assessment below!

We’re seeking individuals who have the ability and willingness to self-learn new technologies and interest in pursuing job opportunities such as an Automation Technician, CAD Technician, CNC Tech, Industrial Maintenance, PLC Programmer/Technician, Mechatronics Tech, Quality Control or related role within Advanced Manufacturing. No college degree required! Full-time paid job opportunity for passionate, hardworking individuals from a non-traditional background to gain the knowledge, tools, and skills to thrive in a new career opportunity.  

 Requirements:

  • Must have state residency in Arkansas 
  • Completed high school diploma or GED equivalent 
  • Basic computer skills preferred 
  • Must have the ability to work in the United States without a current or future need for visa sponsorship.
  • Must have personal drive and eagerness to learn.
  • Ability to pass a drug and background check. (Based on Company requirements)

Company Locations: Bentonville, AR;  Fayetteville, AR;  Rogers, AR;  Lowell, AR;  Springdale, AR;  Truman, AR;  Batesville, AR;  Little Rock, AR;  Conway, AR;  North Little Rock, AR;  Newport, AR;  Jonesboro, AR;  Harrison, AR;  Hot Springs, AR;  Fort Smith, AR;  Clarksville, AR;  Hope, AR;  Siloam Springs, AR;  Pine Bluff, AR;  Nashville, AR;  Morrilton, AR;  Murfreesboro, AR;  Van Buren, AR;  Star City, AR

NOTE: Locations of job opportunities are subject to change based on available positions company hiring needs. The online training provided through ReSkill Arkansas can be done remotely but does require reliable internet connection. 

Learn more @ www.acds.co/reskill-advanced-manufacturing 

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