I am an Mechanical Design Engineer / Project Manager as my day job, designing pressure vessels amongst other things.
Has anyone got any ideas what I may do in my free time to bring some extra money in?
I have two job offers and I need some advice!
Job 1. Field sales engineer
Go round the country selling engineering products, very sales based
Job 2. Deputy branch manager of a grocery retailer
Basically what it says in the title!
I'm unsure as they are so different, the main thing I'm looking for is job security, money and progression.....
Any advice would be much appreciated! Thanks!
What kind of an engineer would supervise and direct projects such as bridge building, road building, building towers, building windmillls in the sea, and by direct these, I mean that this engineer would be present at the site during the entire construction process and be outdoors the whole time with the construction workers. Would a mechanical, civil engineer do this type of work?
I worked on CAD project as free lancer, as planning engineer in a small firm and as project manager in a training institute. I don' have any experince of oil and gas indusrtry and as maintance or field engineer.
Are they laborers? Or do they just supervise for safety and productivity? For example, a field engineer for Schlumberger or Halliburton.
Besides working in bad weather conditions and having working hours such as 7 pm to 7 am, what other details should I know about this job?
I guess my real question is, does it lean towards blue or white collar?
I want to know some cool jobs that Industrial Engineers do. I don't care for the theme park industrial engineers who adjust the lines to make people seem like they are in shorter in lines.
I have 1 year experience as Project Leader and a MS degree in Engineering Management from a decent University. How can I find a project manager's job? All the PM's requirements ask for 5 years experience. :(
I'm a freshman in Community College trying to get my degree in mechanical engineering. I'm planning on transfering to a University in 2 years, but I want to know what field of engineerig is in high demand? I don't want to graduate from college and have a hard time looking for a job. I'm into math, science and physics so I don't really mind if I have to switch majors. Also what is a REALLY good University for Engineering students?
I feel like I really want to be a manager in marketing, but i don't know what degrees to get and how to get there. I'm planning on going to community college for 2 years then transferring, and getting my b.s. in philosophy. I would then get a MBA in marketing. Is this a good path or are there better.
MSOE (Milwaukee School Of Engineering) sounds like a very good school for Engineering , I’m planning to transfer there for junior and senior years , I’m interested Electrical Engineering field . I was researching MSOE and realized they have bachelors degree in EE and EET , I would like to know from somebody who knows the difference between the two ? After all those are both BS degrees .
And please I don’t want to see guesses , only somebody who knows.
There is so many opinions out there about what the difference is between these two and which one has more oppurtunities and so on. I would love to know what the most direct difference is between these two fields, they seem so similar. Obviously the name Operations Manager hints at managing, but to me it seems like it is a more business-like approach to industrial engineering.
I want to know what all kinds of jobs I am able to get in computers. I am focusing on web technologies. I would really like to be able to help others.
Are there any jobs involving computers that help people?
How would I go about becoming a computer teacher?
Please serious answers only.
I was wondering what jobs would be available to someone with this major.
Is a degree in Physics a good degree to have? Can you transfer into different fields like engineering, finance, accounting, actuary, business, consultancy, to do a masters? I'm nearly finish my degree and might graduate with a first class honours.
The marketing manager isn't doing the selling alone- with him is a sales rep and a sales manager and the 3 of us share of goal that this industrial machinery company (the people who would show include the buyer, jr engineer and production manager) will buy our software. So what does marketing manager do specifically in this kind of situation?
Thanks a million!
Which college degree would get my feet in the door? I know the medical field is very good but I find that to be too time consuming to spend a lot of time in college like that! Well what do you say? Thanks!
I am willing to work hard but I want to know which field will allow me to earn the most money.
I go to a military School and I want to be in the Developmental Engineering field or the Scientific/research field.
About to make my Dream sheet and heard this is a great place for an 2nd LT with an engineer degree to be stationed at.
I am curious because I have a master in engineering management, but I as an entry level, I can't find a job which fits me other than an entry level in my field (electrical engineer), and project management
P.S: obviously, I don't have enough experience :)
I was looking into going to graduate school for Petroleum Engineering after completing my undergrad degree in Civil Engineering but I've heard that you really don't need a Master's in PE to work as a Petroleum Engineer. Is that true? I would think so if you already hold an Bachelor's in PE, but what about people who are CE, ME, ChemE, EE etc? Can someone offer some insight? Thanks.
Hey, I'm 21 yrs old and am looking to applying at a bank, preferably Wells Fargo but not necessarily, for the position of bank teller. I have about 3yrs of experience in the customeer service field. Aside from being a fast learner and self-starter, I am very detail-oriented and organized. I can comfortably say that my strongest subject in school has always been math. Currently I am attending college as a part-time student, majoring in Architectural Engineering. I really want a job as a bank teller. I believe this job would be great for me as far as the personal skills I posses. Some questions I have are, How do I apply to any bank for a teller position? As far as benefits go, what can I expect from my employer? Any other relevant information or tips would be greatly appreciated. I have spent my last 3 yrs working in an office environment, and after recently leaving my CSR job at Farmers Insurance for a cashier position at a gas station (worst mistake ever!), I have realized an office job is what I desire. Thanks for all your help!