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Starting a new career can be intimidating. But at MTI, you don't have to do it alone. 

Before you even walk in on your first day, we create a comprehensive training and onboarding plan to ensure you are ready to hit the ground running as quickly as possible. The plan involves extensive, one-on-one coaching from leaders in all departments at MTI, so you can understand how all pieces of the company work together.

We know you can make an impact — that's why we hired you! And we want you to be able to feel like you're contributing as early as your first week on the job.

Whether you’re helping build a friction welding machine, preparing a sales pitch for a Fortune 500 company or programming the controls for a new, state-of-the-art machine, you can rest easy knowing someone who can answer all of your questions is just a few steps away – with their door wide open.

Behind every great employee is a great mentor. Your entire career at MTI will be centered around meaningful relationships with people who care about your professional growth and want you to succeed.

Someday, you'll realize you, too, are a mentor and you'll be able to pass along your knowledge to the next generation of the MTI family!

About MTI

MTI has established itself as a leader in friction welding, including Rotary Friction, Linear Friction, Low Force Friction, and Friction Stir Welding technologies.  In addition to contract manufacturing services, MTI has delivered machines to Boeing, GE, Rolls- Royce, Pratt and Whitney, Federal Mogul, and many of their tier one suppliers.  A family owned business founded in 1926, MTI employs 250 people in their South Bend, United Kingdom, and Slovakia locations.

For more information on MTI and its family of world-class friction welding technologies, visit www.mtiwelding.com.

Twitter: @mtiwelding

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manufacturing-technology-inc

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