An industry that combines innovation and expertise, the technical and production sector is characterised by its diversity and its cutting-edge professions and specialist fields. Whatever level of qualification you require – a Federal Vocational Education and Training (VET) Diploma, a technical school diploma or a degree from a university of applied sciences or a federal institute of technology – Manpower will help you find the right employees. Whether it is for product development, analyses, research and development, project management, implementation, industrialisation, planning, supervision, process development, testing, manufacturing, maintenance, assembly or packaging, we can recruit the specialist operators and technicians you need.
In the diverse world of technology and production, companies’ needs in terms of skilled, semi-skilled or unskilled workers vary depending on their size, their level of industrialisation and the industry in which they operate, while specific knowledge and professional expertise in the field of activity in question are routine requirements. The HR consultants at Manpower who recruit staff in the technical and production sector originally come from the same background. They are on hand to help you find candidates who meet your expectations and have the knowledge and expertise necessary for the role you are offering, no matter what level of technical skill is required.
*For specialist technicians and operators, please refer directly to the relevant sections: Watch Industry and Microtechnology, Food Industry, Manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals, Life Sciences, Medical, Transport and Logistics,
Assistant mechanic, Architect, Business analyst, Project leader, Machine designer/builder, Metal / industrial equipment builder, Manufacturer/builder, Industrial appliance builder, Boat builder, Architectural metalwork draughtsman/woman, Designer, Industrial designer/builder, Car electrician, Radio and TV electrician, Electronics engineer, Electroplater, Printing/publishing employee, Galvan plasterer, Computer scientist, Business data processing specialist HES, Engineer, Electro engineer, Electronics engineer, Civil engineer, Mechanical engineer, Mechatronics engineer, Microtechnics engineer, Material sciences engineer, Telecommunications engineer, Model maker, Mechanic, Car mechanic, Bicycle and motorbike mechanic, Electrician, Automobile mechatronician or diagnostician, Automated machine operator, Car sprayer, Industrial painter, CNC programmer, Quality controller, Quality manager, Welder - Metalworker, Production specialist, Electronic automation design engineer ET, Technician, Service technician, Mechanics technician ET, Micromechanics technician ET, Industrial automation technician ET, Data communications officer, Panel beater, Turner, Automation engineer - Automated services technician, Multi-skilled technician, Etc.
Please note: Although the professions listed may be given in the masculine form, they are practiced by both men and women, regardless of gender.
Training and advanced training for the technical and production sector
It is important to keep fully up to date with all the latest developments in your own field in order to work professionally and efficiently. Manpower is very aware of this. That’s why we make sure that our employees have the opportunity to take part in training, whether online or classroom-based, or to take advantage of the advanced training fund available to temporary workers to help them work towards professional certification.