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Manufacturing Matters!

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, manufacturing is the highest growth industry in 2012 in terms of company employment increases in Pennsylvania. This, in conjunction with Southwestern Pennsylvania's annual salary of $42,000 in manufacturing fields (which is more than 50% higher than that of the service sector!), truly shows that manufacturing matters.

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Robert, a former under water salvager was tired of seasonal work  and being consistently laid off. Wanting to start a family, and understanding the value of hard work, Robert needed a more stable career. Robert came to New Century Careers in the winter of 2015 and trained for over 450 hours. Robert earned two NIMS credentials and excelled in the CNC portion of...


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Employment Opportunity

A Pittsburgh, non-profit organization is looking for an energetic individual who can multi-task with such things as report writing,project management assistance, general administrative duties, and represent the organization at career awareness functions.  

Can you “wear many hats” and be a team player?  Do you like a fast-paced, ever-changing environment?  Can you communicate with students entering a diverse workforce?  Then this is the opportunity for you! 

Both good writing/data entry skills a must!  Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook, and social media proficiency a must! 

This is a part-time position with the potential to become full-time.

Both daylight and evening hours may be required.  $12.00/hour.  

For consideration, please forward your resume to harris@ncsquared.com



Manufacturing Your Career - Open House

Join New Century Careers & SWPA BotsIQ for an Open House! As a part of the Remake Learning days, we will be showing parents, students, teachers and community members what the new manufacturing is all about!

To RSVP or exhibit, follow the link below or email Tara at McHenry@ncsquared.com



New Century Careers Impacts Pittsburgh's Manufacturers.