133,548 Engineering Jobs
133,548 Engineering Jobs & Opportunities
  • Engineering Technician V

    2 months ago Burlington, United States

    Site selection and engineering, construction, environmental and fire/life safety, equipment installation and testing, CAD, and other technical services as required. Work is performed across the ...

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  • Chief Engineer

    23 days ago St Joseph, MO, USA

    At least two years' experience in broadcast television engineering is required, with a four-year degree in communications, electrical engineering or information technology preferred. Must manage and ...

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  • Construction Materials Engineer

    1 month ago Elgin, IL, USA

    Small Engineering business is seeking a Construction Materials Engineer to oversee compliance of material testing with specifications, review testing reports, perform and review laboratory work ...

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  • Chief Engineer

    6 days ago Greencastle, PA, USA

    SUMMARY Supervisory leader of an engineering team in the design and development of new products, components, or systems. This team will typically consist of four to eight engineers or designers that ...

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  • Engineering Project Manager, Airports KXA-0508-550

    13 days ago Charlotte, NC, USA

    Engineering Project Manager, Airports (Multiple Locations in the Southeast Region) Direct Hire Overview Manages full scope of work from preparation of proposal through construction. Duties include ...

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  • Technical Project Manager

    14 days ago Rochester, NY, USA

    D3 Engineering is seeking an experienced Technical Project Manager to join our growing company. The Project Manager is responsible for the overall direction of high-tech, industry leading, electronic ...

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  • Construction Engineering Project Manager

    14 days ago Indian Head, MD, USA

    Island Creek is seeking professionals to assist NAVFAC WASH field offices relating to Construction Engineering and Project Management for various Projects. Locations include Indian Head, MD; US Naval ...

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  • Chief Engineer

    9 days ago Painesville, OH, USA

    We need someone who is very strong in engineering principles with fluids experience preferred. Would like FEA and and analysis experience, ANSYS preferred. Strong component and assembly design ...

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  • Civil Project Engineer

    12 days ago Shrewsbury, NJ, USA

    Looking for a highly motivated candidate for a mid-entry level, CIVIL ENGINEERING position in our firm. Ideal candidate should have experience with municipal engineering, design of site improvements ...

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  • Sr. Project Engineering Lead

    20 days ago Denver, CO, USA

    S. in Mechanical, Chemical or Electrical Engineering * Rock bottom 5 years of post-college, industry experience, ideally looking for 8-10+ years * Must have experience managing projects (from ...

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  • Engineering Lab Technician

    14 days ago Columbus, WI, USA

    Summary - basic function of the role Assist the Engineering Teams to determine product life, performance and validation of new products and existing products. Support testing of development projects ...

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  • Clinical/Biomedical Engineering Manager

    10 months ago Westwood, United States

    Responsibilities As one of the Clinical/Biomedical Engineering Managers, you'll be responsible for managing projects related to biomedical/clinical technology throughout its life cycle, ensuring ...

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  • Engineering Clerk

    12 days ago Auburn, United States

    Local company seeking Engineering Clerk. Must be self motivated and able to multi -task. Must be proficient in Word and Excel. Duties include creating Engineering documents such as, Change ...

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  • Engineering Clerk

    18 days ago Durham, CT, USA

    Westaff is recruiting for an Engineering Clerk , in Durham, CT $16-$18/HR 40 hours per week JOB SUMMARY: Performs a variety of Administrative Engineering duties associated with the support of the ...

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  • Chief Engineer

    5 days ago Fort Wayne, United States

    Functions as the Strategic Business Leader of the hotel's Engineering department. Position has overall responsibility for building and plant maintenance and protection, grounds landscaping and ...

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  • Chief Engineer

    20 days ago South San Francisco, CA, USA

    This Resource will be responsible for the operational management, effective daily leadership, and administration of the engineering team with the objectives of safely, efficiently, and effectively ...

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  • Senior Engineering Technician

    20 days ago Burbank, CA, USA

    Overview The Senior Engineering Technician is responsible for performing various assignments in support of Engineering development of pressure switches, pressure sensors and manufacturing processes

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  • Chief Engineer

    21 days ago Baton Rouge, LA, USA

    Job Description At PAH Management, The Director of Engineering is responsible for all administrative, financial and operating aspects of the hotel as they directly relate to the engineering division

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  • Chief Engineer (Hospitality)

    24 days ago Glendale, CA, USA

    As a Chief of Engineering you will be responsible for genuinely supervising and coordinating the activities of the engineering staff engaged in maintaining and repairing the physical structure of the ...

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  • Industrial Engineer

    12 days ago Macomb, MI, USA

    Work with Process Engineering to generate should costs for manufacturing processes of customer parts * Create capacity models of department and machine. * Assist in digitalization of all production ...

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  • Materials Research Engineer

    29 days ago Elizabethtown, KY, USA

    Technical background; chemical science, coatings, or engineering bias * Analytically inclined * Results driven with "ownership" mentality Reporting to GM of Technology, the Materials Research ...

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  • Civil Engineering Technician

    28 days ago Fresno, CA, USA

    Position open at a reputable and growing Central Coast Civil Engineering Firm. Applicants qualifying for this position will have had 1 year of project design experience in the field of civil ...

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  • Chief Engineer

    28 days ago Orlando, FL, USA

    Engineering management experience in the hotel industry is a requirement. Please send your resume. Company Description The Grand Hotel has changed into the Baymont Inn & Suites Orlando Universal Blvd

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  • Chief Engineer

    29 days ago Irving, TX, USA

    The Chief Engineer is responsible for the overall operation, maintenance, service and repair of equipment in and around the property. He/she is responsible for leading the maintenance team to ensure ...

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  • Project Administrator - Engineering

    3 days ago Houston, TX, USA

    Position Summary The Engineering Project/Customer Service Administrator provides support to Customers, Representatives and the Engineering Department Team. Responsibilities: Administers all project ...

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Engineering Job Overview and Description

Engineering is a quickly growing field to work in. According to the United States Department of Labor, engineering jobs will grow a projected 3 percent and add over 67,000 jobs by 2024. You can get into this field with an Associates degree, and the payoff is more than worth the extra school time. This article will give a general overview of the engineering job description, types of engineers, salaries, education requirements, and engineering job responsibilities.

What is An Engineer?

An engineer is a person who designs, builds, and maintains various structures. They also build and maintain systems and materials while considering limitations like cost, state regulations, practicality, and safety concerns. They spend a lot of time researching, applying, and transferring the data they found to various projects and studies. Engineering job responsibilities vary from field to field.

Engineering Job Overview

Engineers spend a lot of time doing research and interpreting data. They usually go over emails and memos first thing in the morning and answer those as necessary. Engineers spend a lot of time coordinating projects and talking on the phone to other members of their staff. They go to a lot of meetings and make sure to keep everyone in their group on the same page. They make lists of things they have to get done, and things they didn't manage to get done so they can get a jump start on them the next day. The engineering job overview depends largely on whether you work with the public and your specific field, but the core elements are the same.

What are the Different Types of Engineers?

  • Aerospace Engineer. These engineers focus on anything and everything related to aircraft and spacecraft development.
  • Building Engineer. The primary focus is on building and construction jobs.
  • Biochemical Engineer. A biochemical engineer focuses on advancing healthcare treatments using a combination of technology and science.
  • Chemical Engineer. These engineers concentrate on making chemicals and the production process.
  • Civil Engineer. They work primarily on large structures or system construction.
  • Computer Engineer. This engineer focuses on developing and designing computer hardware and software.
  • Industrial Engineering. This engineer focuses on design, logistics, service systems, and processes.
  • Mathematical Engineering. A mathematical engineer focuses on developing math models.
  • Mechanical Engineer. This engineer focuses on developing and building energy, transport, control, and manufacturing systems.

What Type of Education do You Need?

Every kind of engineer in the United States needs a bachelor's degree in engineering. Your bachelor's degree program will include a lot of math and science courses, along with general engineering practices. Any engineer who works in the public sector also needs to become licensed. To become licensed, an engineer must complete an accredited program and pass a series of exams. You will complete your undergraduate degree, then move on to a two-part state licensing exam. Once you pass the first part of the exam, you'll proceed to an internship or supervised training to build experience. The final step is taking the second part of the licensing exam to become a Professional Engineer (PE). Depending on what type of engineer you want to be, you will have specific courses and exams you have to take to become licensed. A master's degree is needed to advance in some engineering fields. Jobs in engineering can all differ in education, but the certification process in the same.

What is a Typical Engineering Salary?

Engineering salaries are largely based on experience. The more you experience you have, the more money you'll be able to make. According to the US Department of Labor, a new general engineer around $60,000 annually with the high end of the spectrum making over $ 115,000 per year. The national average for an engineering salary is around $ 80,000 a year. These engineering salaries range from roughly $37.00 to $49.00 an hour.

What are the Engineering Job Requirements?

An engineering job has the same core requirements no matter which field you choose to go into. You must be able to think outside of the box and come up with creative solutions. You should be able to grasp mechanical processes quickly and be able to use the proper equipment to do your job. Engineers must be able to work well with a team and have excellent written and verbal communication skills. You have to be able to manage your time, money, supplies, and workers on large projects efficiently.

Where Can You Find an Engineering Job Listing?

You can search for an engineering job listing through websites like CareerBuilder, Monster, Indeed, SimplyHired, and JobsInEachState.com. You can also check you local papers or do a general web search for your area for engineering jobs. If you have graduated from an engineering course recently, call them to see if they know of anyone hiring or if they can put you in contact with anyone who might be hiring. There are jobs in engineering out there, they just take a little digging to find. When you look at an engineering job description, make sure it will fit your field of study, because there are so many different types of engineers available to choose from.

Jobs in engineering are just going to get more in demand as time goes by. This career field is exciting, and there are many opportunities to advance and thrive. You will be able to take what you learn and use it almost immediately no matter which field you choose.