If you're looking for job flexibility, the ability to travel, and opportunities to work at premier manufacturing companies across the U.S. then you've come to the right place.
Your skills and production experience are needed by companies throughout the country. Let our recruiters connect you with an assignment that excites you, and we'll take care of getting you there regardless of where you live. What to expect:
Work for well-known manufacturing companies where you'll gain even more experience
When you work for MADI, we work for you.
MADI contractors return again and again because MADI isn’t another temporary staffing agency. We truly value the people who work with us to meet the challenges our clients face. When a skilled worker accepts a contract with us, they can expect:
"It is a good company the hours/money and the opportunity."
- Forklift Operator & Order Selector
"My experience with MADICORP was once in a lifetime adventure. Meeting so many different people from all over the world. Learning the different languages just saying Good Morning or thank you was great. Thank You Madicorp."
"Effective problem solving, most of their workers are able to adjust to difficult algorithms."
All about MADI
MADI is a place where you are part of the solution. Throughout the pandemic, as consumers turned to home renovation projects and became dependent on sanitary products, our team stepped up to help companies meet high demands and keep America running.
Perks and more
Traveling Machine Operators must be experienced in operating, controlling, and maintaining various machines and equipment in a factory environment.
You'll need to be comfortable stepping into various production environments, excited and open to learning new skills and be physically able to handle the physical nature of the job for 12-hour shifts.
The skills needed for Machine Operator Jobs will vary by industry and plant, but usually include:
According to Zip Recruiter, the average hourly pay for a Machine Operator in the U.S. is around $14.20 per hour, however, rates vary by state. Out of the 10 highest-ranking states, California, Washington, and Connecticut are all locations paying Production Operators above-average hourly wages. When working as a traveling machine operator, however, you'll be receiving top hourly rates regardless of location.
Traveling production jobs pay more per hour because companies are willing to pay a premium for top manufacturing talent. In addition to higher pay, you're also guaranteed overtime each week and provided Per Diem to cover meals and incidentals. Per Diem rates may vary by location and project. In the current labor market, the average traveling Machine Operator working with MADICORP earns around $20 per hour. This rate is based on the requirement of having 2 years of experience in a manufacturing environment.
Picture yourself at MADI.