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12 CNC machining jobs in Mississippi

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12 Jobs in Mississippi

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Rolls-Royce
locationPascagoula, MS, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/13/2024
salary26-30 / hour
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FEUER-USA
locationTunica Resorts, MS 38664, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/12/2024
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FEUER-USA
locationTunica Resorts, MS 38664, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/12/2024
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Northwest Mississippi Community College
locationSenatobia, MS 38668, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/4/2024
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Caterpillar
locationCorinth, MS 38834, USA
PublishedPublished: 5/11/2024
salary16-20 / hour
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Point Eight Power
locationBay St Louis, MS, USA
PublishedPublished: 5/2/2024
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Rolls-Royce
locationPascagoula, MS, USA
PublishedPublished: 3/15/2024
salary36-40 / hour
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Rolls-Royce
locationPascagoula, MS, USA
PublishedPublished: 2/17/2024
salary31-35 / hour
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ABBY MANUFACTURING LLC
locationWalnut, MS 38683, USA
PublishedPublished: 9/29/2023
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ABBY MANUFACTURING LLC
locationNew Albany, MS 38652, USA
PublishedPublished: 9/22/2023
salary16-20 / hour
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More about the CNC machining trade in Mississippi:

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Mississippi employs 1,450 CNC programmer/operators. "Programmers" have an hourly mean wage of $22.87, and "operators" have an hourly mean wage of $20.04.

Mississippi is home to several schools that offer CNC machining-related programs, ranging from certificate and diploma programs to associate's degrees. Here are three notable CNC Machining Schools (in no particular order) in Mississippi:

  1. Meridian Community College – MCC is a two-year public institution in Mississippi that offers CNC Machining training as part of its Industrial Technology programs. CNC Machining students gain skills in manual machining, CNC programming and operations, CNC milling, CNC turning, welding, fabrication and assembly. Students can also complete CNC Machining certificates or associate degrees. More on a feature with MCC's Program Coordinator, Brian Warren, here.

  2. Northwest Mississippi Community College – NWCC offers CNC Machining programs with a focus on CNC machining principles, CNC programming and CNC operations. Students can choose from CNC Machining certificates or associate degrees as well as apprenticeship training. NWCC also provides students with hands-on CNC machining experience in the laboratory.

  3. East Central Community College – ECCC stands out with CNC Machining training programs that focus on CNC milling, CNC turning and CNC programming. Students learn advanced CNC operations as well as safety and troubleshooting techniques. Graduates can complete CNC operator certificates or CNC machinist diplomas.

  4. Itawamba Community College – ICC provides CNC Machining training and certificates in CNC programming, CNC operations and CNC machine setup. Students gain experience in CNC milling, CNC turning and quality control as well as safety procedures. Graduates can earn CNC operator certificates or CNC machinist diplomas.

  5. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College – MGCCC stands out with CNC Machining training in CNC programming, CNC operations and CNC machine setup. Students gain hands-on experience in CNC milling, CNC turning and welding as well as safety procedures. They can complete CNC operator certificates or CNC machinist diplomas. MGCCC also offers apprenticeship opportunities.

Major employers of CNC machinists in Mississippi include Ashley Furniture Industries, Check-Mate Industries and Syntron Material Handling. 

Manufacturing is a major employer in the state and has been integral to its economic growth. The industry is responsible for producing a wide range of products including textiles, apparel, electronics, machinery, furniture and other goods. As technology continues to evolve and more efficient production methods are adopted, Mississippi manufacturers are likely to become even more competitive in the global market.