Industrial Maintenance Major

If you’re looking to start a new career or are a veteran, an industrial maintenance program is your opportunity to be trained in a growing technology.

This major and certificate – developed through a collaboration with Stark State College and area manufacturing companies such as Alcoa – prepares you with essential skills for front-line industrial maintenance personnel in for a variety of jobs, including

  • maintaining, troubleshooting and improving existing complex machines and industrials systems
  • systems integration management, including conveying systems, multi-axis machines, robotic arms, and hydraulic and pneumatic lifts
  • technology integration and process improvement by updating roust systems currently in place with newer technology.

Even though industrial maintenance mechanics earn a median hourly wage of more than $20, there is a lack of qualified candidates to fill open employment opportunities, and demand is growing.

In Ohio and surrounding states, for example, demand for skilled industrial maintenance workers has grown 232% from 2010-2016 while demand increased 160% nationally.*

With hands-on experience and training, you’ll have an opportunity for internships and job placement opportunities throughout Ohio.

 

*Bureau of Labor Market Information Office of Workforce Development, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services

Your pathway to a degree

You can start with an industrial maintenance certificate, taking classes that directly apply to the associate degree in industrial maintenance.

Industrial Maintenance Certificate

Associate Degree

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