• Welcome to work and live in beautiful Mänttä-Vilppula

Welcome to work and live in beautiful Mänttä-Vilppula

At the moment, TK-Vilmet has work to offer for sheet metal workers, welders and CNC machinists. The company grows and develops, thus employees are needed. Although two people who recently worked as welders in the building as temporary workers have been made permanent, more professionals are being welcomed. Professional skills can also be obtained through work-based-learning. What else is available to the employee in the art city of Mänttä-Vilppula?


The entire family will be happy in Mänttä-Vilppula

TK-Vilmet is involved in a project where the www.toissataidekaupungissa.fi website presents the possibilities of a small warm-minded city to employ experts in metal industry companies or to support them as independent entrepreneurs. Mänttä-Vilppula is located approximately an hour's drive from Tampere or Jyväskylä. The entire family can live and live in a beautiful city of art, have hobbies and work in neighbouring cities with ease by train or bus. It is important for the employees of the machine shop to be comfortable. When the city is able to provide safe housing and meaningful activities for the entire family, the impact will also be visible in a stable work community.


Machine shop is a nice workplace

Check out Mänttä-Vilppula and TK-Vilmet. Come and work in a comfortable workplace where continuous investment strengthens the modern machinery. You can influence your own work and develop your skills in challenging customer work. Your handprint will be visible worldwide on state-of-the-art machinery and equipment. We work in the spirit of TK-Vilmet, which translates into growth and development as well, in both turnover and number of employees.



For example, as a CNC machinist or sheet metal worker, you are involved in manufacturing state-of-the-art machinery and equipment.



TK-Vilmet participates in Work in the Töissä taidekaupungissa, “Working in the City of Art project that presented its activities to metal men at the Subcontracting Fair.