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If you’re a chemical, electrical, mechanical or manufacturing engineer, you’ve landed in the right spot. We partner with companies large and small to find positions throughout the engineering field. Click on a job title to view our current openings for that position.


  • Chemical Engineer. Engages in the design, manufacture and operation of processes that turn raw materials into domestic and industrial products. Also may be involved in the research and development of new or improved products.
  • Electrical Engineer. Designs, develops and maintains electrical control systems and/or components to required specifications, focusing on economy, safety, reliability, quality and sustainability.
  • Mechanical Engineer. Develops efficient processes and products, ranging from small component designs to extremely large plant machinery or vehicles. May be involved during all stages of a product: research and development; design and manufacture; installation and final commissioning.
  • Quality Engineer. Provides statistical information for quality improvement by identifying testing methods and samples. Supports R&D, Manufacturing/Operations and Commercial or released product teams.
  • Industrial Engineer. Seeks to eliminate wastefulness in production processes. Devises efficient ways to use workers, machines, materials, information and energy to make a product or provide a service.
  • Manufacturing Engineer. Possesses a high level of technical expertise and skill necessary to plan, design, set up, modify, optimize and monitor manufacturing processes.
  • Petroleum Engineer. Engages in oil and gas field evaluation, development and production, aiming to maximize hydrocarbon recovery at minimum cost while maintaining a strong emphasis on reducing environmental impact.
  • Process Engineer. Develops and optimizes economical industrial processes to make products. Responsibilities include designing equipment and installing control systems, as well as starting, running and upgrading processes.
  • Project Engineer. Has primary responsibility for producing a complete, accurate, biddable and buildable set of plans for all the structures in a project, requiring the lowest possible manpower expenditures.
  • Software Engineer. Is responsible for the complete life cycle of a new or modified software product: from research and design to implementation, training and support.


  • Buyer/Planner. Responsible for source selection and procurement functions consistent with requirements, as well as timely planning, scheduling of receipt and inventory control of the products and services as assigned.
  • Document Control Specialist. Manages documents, ensuring their accuracy, quality and integrity. Completes writing assignments, as well as assisting with layouts recommending changes in scope, format and content.
  • Technical Writer. Produces technical documentation for technical, business, and consumer audiences, such as online help, user guides/manuals, white papers, design specifications, system manuals, project plans, and test plans.
  • Supply Chain Manager. Manages all the steps to get a product to a consumer, including: processing raw materials, storing products in a warehouse, moving from distribution centers to stores and offering customer service.
  • Materials Manager. Outlines specifications, processes and designs for materials, specializing in the properties and behaviors of different raw materials. Advances various technologies and facilitates production processes.
  • Procurement Engineer. Oversees the purchasing, of technical goods and services for an industrial operation. Evaluates suppliers and subcontractors, negotiates purchase agreements with them and ensures compliance.


  • Electro-Mechanical Technician. Installs, troubleshoots, repairs and upgrades electronic and computer-controlled mechanical systems, such as robotic assembly machines.
  • Quality Technician. Prepares inspection plans and instructions, selects sampling plan applications, analyzes and solves problems, prepares procedures, trains inspectors and performs audits.
  • Test Technician. Inspects product functions and monitors test procedures and equipment, to ensure that products perform in a satisfactory manner. Tasks include assembling, calibrating, improving and performing maintenance on test equipment.
  • Electronic Technician. Lays out, builds, tests, troubleshoots, repairs and modifies electronic components, parts, equipment and systems, such as computer equipment, control instrumentation, test equipment and machine tool numerical controls.

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