Salary Range
  • New York State $85,780-$159,300 per year
  • Central New York $84,390-$152,060 per year
  • Finger Lakes $86,090-$155,350 per year
  • Hudson Valley $90,000-$163,870 per year
  • Long Island $91,460-$165,920 per year
  • Mohawk Valley $77,240-$131,270 per year
  • New York City $84,880-$175,190 per year
  • North Country $76,440-$138,840 per year
  • Southern Tier $83,590-$152,150 per year
  • Western New York $82,760-$150,870 per year
Example Job Titles
  • Area Plant Manager
  • Assembly Manager
  • General Production Manager
  • Manufacturing Coordinator
  • Manufacturing Manager
  • Plant Manager
  • Product Line Manager
  • Production Control Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Sub Plant Manager
Jobs with Transferable Skills
  • First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand
  • First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers
  • First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators
  • Food Service Managers
  • General and Operations Managers
  • Industrial Engineering Technicians
  • Industrial Engineers
  • Logistics Managers
  • Power Distributors and Dispatchers
  • Storage and Distribution Managers
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Industrial Production Managers

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Job Type:

Industrial Production Managers

Typical Education:

Bachelor's Degree

  • Coordination
  • Critical Thinking
  • Judgment and Decision Making
  • Monitoring
  • Speaking
Typical Tasks:
  1. Set and monitor product standards, examining samples of raw products or directing testing during processing, to ensure finished products are of prescribed quality.
  2. Direct or coordinate production, processing, distribution, or marketing activities of industrial organizations.
  3. Review processing schedules or production orders to make decisions concerning inventory requirements, staffing requirements, work procedures, or duty assignments, considering budgetary limitations and time constraints.
  4. Review operations and confer with technical or administrative staff to resolve production or processing problems.
  5. Hire, train, evaluate, or discharge staff or resolve personnel grievances.
Training Opportunities
A day with plant manager Frank Scholtka