I have an experience of 2 years in the field of design of conveyors like slat, roller, belt, pallet, I beam, over head and some other industrial spm. My wish is to work in Germany. My qualification is B.Tech & M.Tech in Mechanical Engineer.
I have only my Passport and learning German language.
Can any 1 show me the way to get job in Germany without any consultancy ?
As a mechanical design engineer can I get a job in Germany ?
I have master degree in Mechanical Engineering from NUS Singapore. Looking for Mechanical Design engineering job in Singapore. Can you suggest me ?
Hi I have just got my degree in CAD Engineeing and I am finding hard to find a graduate job in the field of mechanical design engineering. If anyone could help me find a place I could look for a job like this would be amazing. Thank you.
I forgot to say I live in the united kingdom.
I am a mechanical design engineer working in product development in the U.S., and I am pursuing work as a contractor. I have a potential client that is willing to hire me and pay a gross salary without an agency. Do I need my own liability insurance?
I am not a licensed PE, if that makes any difference.
Hi I currently live in the North West of England and I have just got my degree in CAD engineering which is a split off from Mechanical engineering. I am struggling to find jobs that do Graduate Scheme the employee Graduate Mechanical Design Engineers. Does anyone know where I can find these kind of jobs? I don't mind relocating if I have to. Thank you for you time. Rob
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'm really interested in continuing my education and become a mechanical design engineer/CAD. I was wondering after you get your degree what kind of jobs and duties do you expect? I really like this field and does anyone else thinks its a good Field to get into?
I have been offered a job in Manchester UK. About 40,000 Pounds per annum. Is this a good salary? I am a Mechanical Design Engineer for petrochemical Plants. And have about 6 years of experience. I just want to know the expected salary for such an experience and profile. I have never been to UK before actually. so...don't have much idea? an input will be helpful.
I just finished my first year of mechanical engineering at college. There's a paid graphic arts internship that I'm interested in and can easily get. Getting a mechanical engineering-related internship or job would be much harder because I live in NYC and things are competitive. How much should I worry about getting engineering-related experience in my first summer?
He has a 2:2 BEng in Mechanical Design and Technology from 2004 and since then spent 1 year working on an offshore oil rig. Due to the family business he has had to work in it for the past couple of years. He is now looking for an engineering job but is finding it hard to find a company to give him the opportunity.
Where does a mechanical engineer usually work:
In the field or in an office?
Also, how much computer involvement is there in the job of a mechanical engineer? How stable are mechanical engineers' jobs and do they get paid well compared to, say, electrical engineers?
Thanks for any help!
Also what would the job be called, like "Aircraft design engineer"
Would it be mechanical engineering?
I was told that being a mechanical engineer is a good pay. I'm really intreasted in it. Where is any good jobs for it in CO? What classes do i need to take for college? What do i need to get to get a good job for being one?
I want to be a mechanical engineer and need information.
I am a M.S. Applied Math major. I plan on taking some Mechanical Engineering courses. I want to know this. In California, do you need a PE license or any other license to practice an Engineering job? Can I have an engineering profession without any license? I like to do problem solving/research work (in the field/at a company), but I may plan to do technical or design work. Thank you.
I'm torn between becoming a mechanical engineer or a doctor, the thing is - I don't quite understand what mechanical engineers actually do on the job every day??
I just wanna know how much does a mechanical engineer make with 5 years navy experience? Will they make more if they also obtained some kind of degree while in the navy? How much without a degree?
Thank you :-)
So im working on my BS in Mechanical Engineering, but after a recent internship, I found that I dont really want to sit on a computer all day doing Soldworks lol. I love sports and working out, am a collegiate athlete now, and would love to work in the field some day. What would be a good career choice where I could utilize my engineering skills and my love of fitness.
I was wondering about getting a degree in Mechanical Engineering but I would hate having a desk job. So I was thinking about becoming a machinist of some kind. Can I? Or what degree should I go for instead, any suggestions?
I have a MS in Mechanical Engineering with a year of experience in the Bio-Fuel Field. I grew up wanting to become a doctor, but somewhere down the line became an engineer instead. How can I use my Mechanical Engineering degree to cross the gap and help people in the medical field?