Slide1 l.jpg
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 18

Harry C. Moser President Agie Charmilles Corp. AMTDA April 2007 PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 144 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Harry C. Moser President Agie Charmilles Corp. AMTDA April 2007. 76,000 JOB OPENINGS. -OPENINGS, % OF WORKFORCE10.1%* -AVERAGE STARTING WAGE $16.82/HOUR -AVERAGE ANNUAL INCOME (to start, including Overtime) $42,000/year U.S. PROJECTION:

Download Presentation

Harry C. Moser President Agie Charmilles Corp. AMTDA April 2007

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Slide1 l.jpg

Harry C. Moser

President

Agie Charmilles Corp.

AMTDA

April 2007


76 000 job openings l.jpg

76,000 JOB OPENINGS

-OPENINGS, % OF WORKFORCE10.1%*

-AVERAGE STARTING WAGE $16.82/HOUR

-AVERAGE ANNUAL INCOME

(to start, including Overtime) $42,000/year

U.S. PROJECTION:

-JOBS, ALL MACHINISTS 76,000

-TOTAL SALES $10 BILLION/YR

-IMPACT ON GDP @2.4 MULTIPLIER $24 BILLION/YR

-IMPACT ON U.S. BUDGET DEFICIT $6 BILLION/YR

SOURCE: NTMA/CHARMILLES MARCH 2006 SURVEY OF NTMA MEMBER SHOPS: 167 RESPONSES = 10%

*VS. 2.5% IN THE ENTIRE US WORKFORCE, ALL JOB CATEGORIES


A recruiting best practice l.jpg

A Recruiting Best Practice!

  • Who: NWPA NTMA Chapter

  • Where: Meadville, PA

  • What: -Weekly career story in

  • local paper

  • -Paper sells ads around

  • the story

  • -Employer and employee

  • get recognition

  • Result: Attracts recruits. Tech

  • Tool hired 9


Industry community college recruiting together l.jpg

Industry & Community College Recruiting Together

Join the Resurgence in Wisconsin Manufacturing

Demand for skilled graduates in the machine trades is again soaring. We have received requests for more than 100 graduates in Tool and Die and Machine Tool in the past 8 to 10 months. Graduates in the machine trades are accepting jobs paying $17 to $18 an hour with excellent fringe benefits. Many third semester students are accepting jobs even as they complete coursework. The opportunities are excellent. Classes start every eight weeks.

Contact Manufacturing Technology Campus at 715-874-4604.

“CVTC has always played an important role in providing us with qualified candidates. Right now we have openings for toolmakers starting at $20.00 an hour and machinists starting over $14.00, and we can’t find them fast enough. I see this as a great career opportunity now and into the future.”

Peggy Schlagenhaufer, HR Generalist, Hutchinson Technology

www.htch.com

Eau Claire Leader Telegram

IDEA: JOINT HELP WANTED ADS IN THE

LOCAL PAPER

-1 AD

-1 OR MORE COMPANIES:

-PRAISE THE COLLEGE

-LIST CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

(“THE OPPORTUNITIES”)

-COLLEGE:

-DESCRIBES ITS PROGRAM

THAT FIT THE JOB OPENING

(“THE MEANS”)

SOURCE: CHIPPEWA VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE, EAU CLAIRE, WI


Slide5 l.jpg

Manufacturing Career Paths


Slide6 l.jpg

Pennsylvania Case Study: 1995

COMPANY: ELECTRONICS CONNECTOR MANUFACTURER

LOCATION:RURAL PA

PROJECT:NEW PLANT

# TOOLMAKERS, SHORTFALL: 26

IMPACT OF SHORTFALL

ON COUNTY:-$20 MM/YEAR ($769,000/YEAR/TOOLMAKER)

SOURCE: “COMMUNITY COSTS OF TECHNICAL SKILLS

DEFICITS…”

JAMES WALL ET AL, PENN STATE


Occupation more important than degree level l.jpg

Occupation More Important than Degree Level

“80% OF ASSOCIATES DEGREE HOLDERS EARN

MORE THAN THE BACHELOR’S MEDIAN INCOME.”

“OCCUPATION, NOT DEGREE LEVEL, DETERMINES

SALARY.”

SOURCE: AP CARNEVALE (2000) (ED439743)


Median annual salary of bachelor s graduates by field of major and age 1993 l.jpg

Median Annual Salary of Bachelor’s Graduates by Field of Major and Age, 1993

Source: 1993 National Survey of College Graduates,

NSF/SRS, NTMA, PMA/TMA.

(Data will next be released in 2003-2004)


Tool die or english major a million decision l.jpg

Tool & Die or English Major?A Million $ Decision

TOOL & DIE CUMULATIVE WEALTH ADVANTAGE

Assumptions:

1. Zero wage inflation

2. Savings = 50% of difference in income

3. Investment return of 7% per year on savings


Roi on skilled workforce training l.jpg

ROI on Skilled Workforce Training

Source: May 2005 Modern Machine Shop Article

Author: Harry Moser


Background vs how obtained ownership l.jpg

Background Vs. How Obtained Ownership

BACKGROUND FOUNDED PURCHASED INHERITED UNSPECIFIED TOTAL OWNERS

APPRENTICE GRADUATE 50% 35% 10% 40% 35%

MACHINING TRAINING

BUT NOT APPRENTICE 24% 20% 39% 20% 28%

MANUFACTURING

MANAGEMENT 11% 12% 11% 20% 11%

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

BUT NOT MANUFACTURING 4% 24% 19% 20% 12%

OTHER 11% 8% 21% 13%

TOTALS 100% 99% 100% 100% 99%

% of Total 50% 19% 24% 6% 99%

CONCLUSION: APPRENTICES & MACHINISTS FOUND COMPANIES

SOURCE: NTMA/CHARMILLES OWNER/MANAGER SURVEY. SURVEY DATE: 2001


Articulation manufacturing as degrees l.jpg

Articulation: Manufacturing/AS Degrees

48 CREDIT HOURS FOR NIMS CERTIFICATES

18 CREDIT HOURS EARNED ON LINE

66 CREDIT HOURS = ASSOCIATES DEGREE

Source: Marshall Community & Technical College, Huntington, WV


Slide14 l.jpg

Manufacturing is Less Vulnerable than Software or Services!

Source: Mold cost structure from limited survey of U.S. Mold Shops


Training support provided by agie charmilles l.jpg

Training Support Provided By Agie Charmilles

  • Live Presentations

  • Presentation CD

  • NTMA Apprentice Contest Grand Prize

  • When to EDM™ CD

  • Career Opportunities Charts

  • ROI on Training Article

  • Machines for Schools Programs


Slide16 l.jpg

It’s Tough Everywhere!

  • JUNE 2005 ISTMA BUSINESS CONDITIONS REPORT: HUNGARY

-LACK OF UNDERSTANDING OF OUR INDUSTRY. CONCERNED

ABOUT: TAX, REGULATIONS, ENERGY COSTS, ETC.

-CURRENTLY HEALTHY BUT EXPECTING SLOWDOWN DUE TO

STAGNATION IN GERMANY, ESP. IN THE AUTO INDUSTRY.

-COST GOING UP AND INCREASINGLY TOUGH COMPETITION

FROM CHINA

-COMPANIES THAT ARE BUSY ARE TYPICALLY

SPECIALISTS/EXPERTS IN THE FIELD.

-SEVERE REDUCTION IN THE NUMBER OF APPRENTICES

-LOSS OF SKILLED WORKERS DUE TO RETIREMENT.

-NEED GOVERNMENT INCENTIVES TO INVEST AND TRAIN

SOURCE: ISTMA 6/05 BOARD MTG., MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA


Here s what you and amtda can do l.jpg

Here’s What You and AMTDA Can Do!

  • Welcome students to AMTDA and other trade shows.

  • Invite classes to your showrooms during Open Houses.

  • Join community college/vocational school advisory boards.

  • Offer yourself or an engineer to teach a session.

  • Write to local newspapers refuting manufacturing’s negative image.

  • Use Agie Charmilles’ workforce career material.


Slide18 l.jpg

Harry C. Moser

President

Agie Charmilles Corp.

AMTDA

April 2007


  • Login