I have a BS in Biomedical engineering and I am looking for a design engineering job in the medical device industry. I am taking AutoCAD class to be certified but I need some kind of real life experience (an Internship, Volunteer, or an entry level job) to be a design engineer. Please help me locate the right company, website, blog, person...anything.
I'm studying Electrical Engineering in college, but I'm worried about all the outsourcing. I am particularly interested in things like embedded design and communication, but I am mainly opened to any. I really want to be a design engineer though. I ask myself how can design engineering jobs be outsourced when in design engineering the design is coming from a person's imagination? Engineering jobs will always be plentiful in the US, right?
My question is in engineering field i have site e******n & commissioning 5.8 years field experience , now i want to change it in to design , procurement or office related engineering job .
I am a 3rd year EEE student. I wanted to know if its beneficial to do course in electrical design engineering to get job in private sector.
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..all anyone in Instrumentation Design answer this pls.. i worked in
power plant and cement plant sites as instrumentation engineer..,3yrs exp
working in sites is realy tough so i want to come for office job
like Design Engineer in Instrumentation in EPC companies..
how to get into this field pls answer..as if now i have applied for lot
of companies doing EPC but there is no response...?
I've been reading a lot about engineering jobs and was surprised to find that there's very little calculus being used in many of them. I like advanced math and I'm heading to engineering college next year (after I complete my prerequisites at a 2-year college) and was wondering what sort of jobs for computer science & engineering grads use a lot of math? I'm interested in working on anything really high-tech. Anything to do with physics simulations or graphics, or cutting edge IC design.
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.
Who is the design engineer & who is system engineer in the filed of electronics & automation ?
What tasks he perform ?
thanks in advance
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 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 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 gained a B.Eng. Engineering Management degree but feel that I am more technical minded than management orientated. Does anybody have any advice on how to go about trying to become a Design Engineer?
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.
Hello, I was wondering if a physics degree, with a concentration in microelectronics, would be a viable degree for an engineering job. I am very interested in electronics, however my college doesn't have an engineering program, but it has this degree. I'd love to be an electrical engineer, working with electronics, but I don't want to get out of college just to find out that the physics degree leaves me unemployable as an engineer. I'd take a few engineering electives to complement the degree too.
Thank you for the help!
I have graduated few months ago and I am still looking for a job in the product development (design engineer). Since, I have some difficulties to found a job in that field, I was wondering what is the best alternative to acquire some experience. First, apply for technician level in design or try another field not closely related like HVAC engineer or maintenance engineer.
I am an electronics engineer working in the Philippines. My current job as a design verification engineer is already boring me to death. I love to travel. I want to combine both because I think it's my ideal job. Is there such an engineering job that will grant me trips to different countries (besides sales)?
I'm currently a 2nd year computer engineering student and am planning on becoming a hardware design engineer. I'm finishing up with general physics 2 with calculus, and was wondering what topics in general physics that we learn in college are actually use on the job.
Also what would the job be called, like "Aircraft design engineer"
Would it be mechanical engineering?