I have a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from a major university and have been in the workforce for 2 years. I am looking for a Manufacturing/Project/Process Engineer job that will require lots of international travel. How do I go about finding a job that would let me travel? Is there a website that has a listing of all these types of jobs that are now looking to hire? (I am not looking for a sales position).
I am at the verge of completion of my masters in Nanotechnology and Advanced Electronic Devices from University of Leeds, UK. I am very keenly looking for the jobs in Singapore/Malaysia for the post of Semiconductor process Engineer. Can anyone plz suggest me the list the companies in Singapore/Malaysia for the above mentioned job and also plz give me an idea how to apply for those jobs from my home country, Inida.
I am asking because i am being offered a job in an EPC company and i believe this might open doors for me like jobs in the US in the near future. i am currently a process engineer in a petrochemical plant.
I'm an engineer that got downsized. I'm in the interview process for a new engineering job, but I only have enough money left to pay March and April's rent.
I don't understand how oil and gas industry has anything to do with electrical engineering jobs??
Am I not seeing this because currently I am working as a electronics engineer ?
This is how I am thinking about this - Oil and gas industry , digs up oil , provides it to our cars and trucks so they can run. Now I don't understand how or where "Electrical engineers" come into play into this ?? Please make me understand. I want to know.
P.s: I am an entry level electronics engineer, with a degree in "Electrical engineering" , Currently I am located in Houston, texas.
I currently live in Texas and will graduate in May from Texas A&M with a degree in Electronics Engineering Technology (like Electrical Engineering but more application oriented rather than theory). My wife and I would like to move to NYC. I'm starting to look for a job. What is the best way to find and get an electrical engineering job? Interviewing would be a different process without face to face communication. I'd be looking at $50K-$70K starting salary.
I thinking about getting a Mechanical Engineering job in the UK but I got my degree from a UC school and have very little experience in the industry. What kind of jobs would I be eligible for?
What is the salary for a Process Engineer in Calgary with 7 yrs experience?
Struggling to understand this one as process engineer's and facilities engineer's responsibilities overlap, and want to understand exactly the difference between the two. Any insight on facility design standards, specifications, codes for oil and gas facilities would also be really helpful
This is in reference to the oil and gas industry, particularly in upstream. Want to understand the difference between a facilities and process engineer's input to projects at the conceptual and basis of design stage. As I understand it both are looking at the design and sizing of the same equipment, compressors, eductors, pipelines etc. so want to understand, where exactly the job responsility is split. Thanks in advance!
I am a mechanical engineer (new graduate) , i am attending this interview for associate process engineer position on 27th october 2009 can you tell me what kind of questions can i expect.
Hi mates, I have an interview with an employement agency for an engineering job(biomedical industry) on next week.How does the selection procedure works for employement agencies?How many interviews will be there? Are the interviews only with agency hiring people or with client company people?Any tips?
I graduated with a degree in chemical engineering in 2005. In addition I have a 2 year diploma in mechanical engineering. My passion is oil and gas and over the past 1.5 after graduation I worked in the mining industry with instrumentation (no so much process control but selecting instrumetation etc). My boss at my old place as silly and did not train well. I recently ended up picking another job with a construction firm as a construction engineer, the good part is its in the oil and gas sector. The uncertain part is with a construction engineering designation can I later move on into the role of more rotating equipment engineer or process engineer. Considering construction engineer would plan, cost control, estimate and read contracts and help in construction (seems to me more civil). I hope picking up construction engineering work would be more in line with chemical/mechanical in contrast to instrumenatio nwhich was very electrical. Did I make a right move?
I know a lot of engineering jobs are in demand but which class of engineering would be the one to enter that has a big salary. I think a mining minerals engineer is one.
I recently got a job offer from JGC as a project engineer. currently, i am a process engineer in a petrochemical plant which will start up in a few months. i love my job right now even though i am just a project employee. should i accept the offer or not? will i be able to attain the growth as a chemical engineer in an EPC company rather in a petrochem plant? thanks.
If i was an engineer major in NROTC, marine option, would they put me in as a combat engineer or could I do something non-combative? Are there other types of engineer jobs in the Marine Corps? If so, what are they and what do they do?
I'm currently a Sophomore in a Mechanical engineering major. I really want a hands on job but it seems that most engineering involves being behind a desk. I enjoy working with hand tools, taking things apart, putting them together and I really like to be creative and try different things (like inventing or improving or building something). Are there many Engineering jobs that I would actually be able to be mostly hands on and creative in? And if so what would they be?
Is it related to a certain major or any engineer can become a a process engineer?
I was considering one in chemical and process engineering or natural resources. What can I do with one, and how hard is it to find work?
I am a junior chemical engineer who has worked for a year in instrumention but did not enjoy it too much was very plain. But got an opportunity now to work as a contruction/estimating engineer in the oil and gas side of things.
Would a construction/estimating position help me get more involved with process engineering down the road and perhaps operations managment 20 years down. Is it good to take this path.
I do not seem to get a break as a pure process engineer at this point (my grades are not the greatest) and usually the bigger companies like shell etc look at grades before they give anyone any sort of change.