build your Manufacturing career

Robotics, AI, and innovation are the tools of today's manufacturing sector.
San Antonio manufacturers are hiring now.

Navistar will employ more than 600 at their $250M truck manufacturing facility
in South San Antonio.



jobs available



employed in industry



average salary

All data is for the San Antonio-New Braunfels MSA unless otherwise noted.

The skills it takes to make it

Employers are looking for well-rounded candidates. A balance of hard skills and common skills will set you apart from the crowd.

Job Market

Find out who is hiring, what they pay, and the skills you need.

Jobs report
Production Workers
Production Workers aid in the manufacturing of goods in an assembly line. The responsibilities of Production Workers role vary depending on which sector they work in but could include anything from feeding materials into machinery, assembling items, packaging items or storing items.
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers
People in these roles use precision measuring instruments and complex test equipment to inspect, test, sort, sample, or weigh raw materials, parts, or products for defects, wear, and deviations from specifications.
Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers
Growing into a supervisor role, this includes coordinating the activities of production and operating workers who keep manufacturing assembly lines running.

A career in Welding

Welders are highly skilled problem-solvers working in the aerospace, automotive, electronics, construction, manufacturing, oil and gas, and shipbuilding industries. Hear first-hand from a Welding Engineer Specialist at Toyotetsu to learn more about why a career in welding could be a great fit for you.

On-the-Job Training
SA Works, in partnership with Workforce Solutions Alamo and Alamo Colleges District, offers an on-the-job training program to help you build on valuable skills.


Weekly Stipend

40 hours

Weekly Work

8 - 12 Weeks

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