Browse Average Salary Ranges for Manufacturing Jobs

What are the average salary ranges for jobs in the Manufacturing? There are 1399 jobs in Manufacturing category. Average salaries can vary and range from $36,977 to $86,882. Salary ranges can differ significantly depending on the job, industry, location, required experience, specific skills, education, and other factors... Salaries listed below are U.S. national averages data from January 26, 2024.

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Alternate Job Titles: Product/Brand Marketing Analyst II | Product Marketing Analyst II

Prepares marketing strategies and supports implementation programs for a product, product line, or brand. Researches customer preferences and evaluates product performance to develop effective product and brand positioning and strategies. Partners with sales to ensure that customer targets and product messaging are effective. Develops metrics used to conduct an ongoing analysis of the effectivenes... View job details

Alternate Job Titles: Trainee Carpenter

Assists carpenters in the construction, maintenance, or remodeling of buildings or other structures. Learns and practices carpentry skills such as cutting, drilling, measuring, flooring, tiling, and various installation procedures. Sets up, transports, and maintains tools. Observes all worksite safety procedures and guidelines. May require a high school diploma. Typically reports to a supervisor o... View job details

Alternate Job Titles: Project Cost Controller II

Develops and implements cost control procedures, documents, and tools to support and enhance project budget management. Collects and coordinates procurement and other cost information used to develop cost forecasting, cost control strategies, and project risk analysis. Performs data analysis to identify project trends and budget deviations and highlight cost underruns and overruns. Has extensive t... View job details

Alternate Job Titles: Cost Engineer and Estimator II | Project Cost Estimator II

Estimates costs for construction, engineering, manufacturing, or other implementation projects based on an analysis of project technical requirements. Collects data and analyzes all project costs, including raw materials, labor, equipment and tooling to ensure estimates are accurate. Identifies and quantifies potential cost uncertainties to ensure costing models capture the full range of potential... View job details

Alternate Job Titles: Estimating Specialist I

Develops cost estimates for projects based on work scope, specifications, and contract proposals using applicable estimating methodologies and tools. Analyzes project requirements, plans, and specifications to identify labor, material, equipment, and service requirements. Uses benchmark data, trends, prior estimates, and historical pricing schedules to generate detailed cost estimates that consist... View job details

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