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Mechanical Engineer
Mechanical engineers typically do the following:

  • Analyze problems to see how mechanical and thermal devices might help solve the problem
  • Design or redesign mechanical and thermal devices using analysis and computer-aided design
  • Develop and test prototypes of devices they design
  • Analyze the test results and change the design as needed
  • Oversee the manufacturing process for the device

Mechanical engineers design and oversee the manufacturing of many products ranging from medical devices to new batteries.

Mechanical engineers design power-producing machines such as electric generators, internal combustion engines, and steam and gas turbines as well as power-using machines, such as refrigeration and air-conditioning systems.

Mechanical engineers design other machines inside buildings, such as elevators and escalators. They also design material-handling systems, such as conveyor systems and automated transfer stations.

Like other engineers, mechanical engineers use computers extensively. Computers help mechanical engineers create and analyze designs, run simulations and test how a machine is likely to work, and generate specifications for parts.

Chemical Engineer
Chemical engineers use scientific and engineering principles to research, develop and manufacture chemicals, drugs, fuels, food and a wide range of other products. They design experiments, create safety procedures for working with dangerous chemicals, conduct tests and monitor results throughout production. A strong background in chemistry, physics, biology and mathematics is paramount.

Typically, chemical engineers will specialize in a particular process, like oxidation, or specialize in a particular field or product. They must be able to solve problems as they arise and evaluate the engineering process for safety compliance and environmental regulations.

Reliability Engineer
The primary role of the Reliability Engineer is to identify and manage asset reliability risks that could adversely affect plant or business operations. This broad primary role can be divided into three smaller, more manageable roles: Loss Elimination, Risk Management and Life Cycle Asset Management (LCAM).
Construction Engineer
A construction engineer is a type of civil engineer who plans, directs, and supervises large construction projects. Most construction engineers specialize in a specific type of project such as commercial buildings, heavy highway (bridges, tunnels, and underground wastewater plants), mechanical systems, or electrical. Construction engineers operate as part engineering expert, part project manager, and part business manager. They creatively serve as a leader and middleman on construction projects to make sure everything about the project is safe, smooth, and structurally sound. Construction engineers usually work full time and may work longer 12-hour shifts seven days per week if they need to travel to a remote location to monitor project progress.
Safety Engineer
Safety Engineers are responsible for developing and implementing safety programs and preventing unsafe working conditions. Typical work activities mentioned on a Safety Engineer resume sample include monitoring industrial processes, inspecting facilities, installing safety devices, investigating accidents and occupational diseases, and making sure legal safety requirements are respected. A successful candidate showcases in his or her resume qualifications like research, attention to details, problem solving orientation, communication skills, and teamwork. A degree in industrial hygiene or a similar discipline is often required.
Drafter
Drafters typically do the following:

  • Design plans using computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) software
  • Work from rough sketches and specifications created by engineers and architects
  • Help design products with engineering and manufacturing techniques
  • Add details to architectural plans from their knowledge of building techniques
  • Prepare multiple versions of designs for review by engineers and architects
  • Specify dimensions, materials, and procedures for new products
  • Work under the supervision of engineers or architects
Quality Control Engineer
The Quality Control Engineer typically performs the following:

Design, develop and implement best quality practices and processes for product developments.

Maintain, monitor and ensure highest quality in services or products.

Develop and initiate quality standards for tests, inspections and evaluations.

Design and develop forms and instructions for evaluating, assessing, reporting and documenting on quality standards in products or services.

Develop strategies to evaluate precision and accuracy of analytical equipment, tests & measurements and production equipment.

Troubleshoot and resolve problems relating to quality control aspects.

Lead, direct and assist technical, professional staff n measuring and testing a product or a service.

Tabulate and document data relating to products, processes, materials, its qualities and reliabilities.

Research, study, compile and prepare material on quality control activities, processes and procedures.

Train staff, technicians and professionals on the aspects of quality control activities.

Aquaculture Engineer
Aquaculture engineers are generally required to ensure an entire aquatic species farming operation functions as it should. Persons with engineering skills are necessary to keep systems running as they should or improve them to maximize efficiencies and therefore, profits.
R&D Engineer
R&D Engineers are responsible for improving technologies provided by a company in order to strengthen its position on the marketplace. Typical resume samples for R&D Engineers mention duties such as performing research, developing innovations, travelling to meet customers, networking with stakeholders, and completing research and development projects in time. Based on our collection of resume examples, these experts should demonstrate strategic planning, analytical thinking, creativity, self-motivation, and enthusiasm. Eligible candidates hold a Bachelor’s Degree in discipline related to their field of research.
Compliance Engineer
Compliance engineers are responsible for making sure various products meet safety standards, and they also submit regulatory paperwork, communicate with staff members of all levels, and educate personnel and customers about compliance regulations.
Quality Assurance Eng.
Quality Assurance Engineers are responsible for assessing the quality of specifications and technical design documents in order to ensure timely, relevant and meaningful feedback. They are involved in planning and implementing strategies for quality management and testing.
Plastics Engineer
Responsible for designing and developing materials and other goods made with plastics. Creates specifications, establishes manufacturing control plans, and designs pieces and parts.

Primary responsibilities

  • Design plastics or injection-mold fabrication processes.
  • Create and improve injection-mold machinery.
  • Research and develop new manufacturing processes.
  • Analyze manufacturing data and suggest improvements.
  • Analyze production and machinery line.
  • Ensure quality output of molded components.
  • Develop and design engineered plastic parts, insert molded parts and assemblies.
  • Interact with customers, suppliers, and internal resources.
  • Establish the parameters for an optimal molding environment.
  • Design necessary components.
  • Ensure environment to make plastics is appropriate.
  • Analyze quality control and correct flaws.
  • Work with other team members and vendors.
  • Review existing validation reports.
  • Create new reports and verifications.
  • Analyze moldflow, part advisor analysis, finite element analysis, and stress/fatigue analysis on plastics.
  • Design hot/cold runner molds.
  • Develop 3D solid mold designs.
  • Create water diagrams and hot runner wiring schematics.
  • Prepare mold-filling simulations.
Civil Engineer

Responsible for designing buildings, roads, municipal structures, airports, sewage systems, dams, bridges, tunnels, and waterways. Examines area to determine best routes and considers factors such as weather, erosion, governmental regulations, and environmental hazards.

Primary responsibilities

  • Design roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and water supply and sewage systems.
  • Participate in the supervision of the construction of the structures and roads.
  • Determine necessary materials needed for construction.
  • Estimate construction costs and create budgets.
  • Estimate how long project will take.
  • Design canals, flood-control systems, and irrigation systems.
  • Study water sources and develop ways of using water that will benefit the community.
  • Design dams and reservoirs.
  • Create systems that purify water and treat wastes.
  • Control water and air pollution alongside environmental engineers.
  • Plan highways, subways, airports, and railroads.
  • Develop ways to use soil to improve building foundations.
  • Test work and refine processes.
  • Integrate components into the final design.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of the design and change if necessary.
  • Estimate cost, reliability, and safety factors.
  • Use computers extensively to produce and analyze designs.
  • Generate specifications for parts.
  • Control the efficiency of processes.
  • Supervise technicians and other engineers during development phase.

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Environmental Engineer
Responsible for researching, testing, and developing solutions to environmental problems. Creates processes in relation to water and air pollution control, waste disposal, recycling, and public health issues.

Primary responsibilities

  • Create solutions to environmental problems.
  • Build upon existing solutions to make them better.
  • Conduct hazardous waste management studies.
  • Evaluate significance of hazards and determine proper disposal and management methods.
  • Advise on treatment and containment.
  • Develop regulations to prevent catastrophes.
  • Design municipal water supplies.
  • Create industrial wastewater treatment systems.
  • Perform on the environmental impact of construction projects.
  • Analyze scientific data.
  • Perform quality control checks and correct malfunctioning equipment.
  • Research and analyze proposed worldwide environmental projects using scientific data.
  • Study affects of acid rain, auto emissions, ozone depletion, and global warming and find solutions to these global problems.
  • Create regulations to protect wildlife.
  • Help clients comply with regulations.
  • Prevent environmental damage.
  • Participate in the cleanup of hazardous sites.
  • Advise federal, state, and local governments on the best ways to expand highways, create new towns and cities, and how to reuse and recycle waste.
Other Engineering Roles
Aerospace Engineer

Aerospace engineers design aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, and missile systems. They also analyze, design, and test prototypes to make sure that they function according to design. 

Related job titles:

  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Materials Engineer
  • Reliability Engineer
  • Research and Development Engineer

Biomedical Engineer

Biomedical engineers work in both the biological and medical sciences. They design, create and improve a number of solutions related to health care. These might include medical equipment like MRI machines, healthcare computer systems, or medical innovations like prosthetics and artificial organs. 

Related job titles:

  • Biological Engineer
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Quality Assurance Engineer
  • Quality Control Engineer
  • Quality Engineer
  • R&D Engineer

Chemical Engineer

Chemical engineers work with physics, mathematics, and biology to solve problems related to a variety of substances. They design and implement systems that control how substances interact with one another. They also create processes to improve products ranging from fuel to food to medications. 

Related job titles:

  • Chemical Engineer
  • Metallurgical Engineer
  • Mining Engineer
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Plastics Engineer

Civil Engineer

Civil engineers plan, design, build, and maintain various structures. These might include roads, buildings, bridges, or systems for water or sewage treatment. They often spend time outdoors managing a construction site. 

Related job titles:

  • Chief Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Commissioning Engineer
  • Construction Engineer
  • Contract Engineer
  • Drilling Engineer
  • Fire Protection Engineer
  • Piping Engineer
  • Piping Stress Engineer
  • Planning Engineer
  • Reservoir Engineer
  • Structural Engineer
  • Welding Engineer

Electrical Engineer

Electrical engineers and electronics engineers design, develop, and manage the manufacturing of electrical and electronic equipment. These include equipment such as GPS systems, lighting systems, robotics, remote-controlled systems, and more. 

Related job titles:

  • Electrical Design Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Electrical Field Engineer
  • Electro-Mechanical Engineer
  • Electronics Engineer (non-computer)
  • Instrumentation Engineer
  • I&C Engineer
  • Product Design / Development Engineer
  • Product Engineer
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer
  • SCADA Engineer
  • Senior Electrical Engineer
  • Substation Engineer
  • Transmission Engineer
  • Transmission Planning Engineer

Environmental Engineer

Environmental engineers work in the biological, chemical, and environmental sciences to solve problems related to the environment. They might develop and implement systems related to waste disposal, water and air pollution control, farming operations, or public health. They typically work for the federal, state, or local government, or for a consulting service. 

Related job titles:

  • Agricultural Engineer
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Environmental Compliance Engineer
  • Environmental Health & Safety Engineer
  • Geological Engineer
  • Health & Safety Engineer
  • Mining Safety Engineer
  • Protection Engineer
  • Safety Engineer

Industrial Engineer

Industrial engineers work to improve processes or systems. They strive to eliminate waste, including wasted time, money, materials, energy, or other resources. They might work for a manufacturing plant, or work as consultants. 

Related job titles:

  • Compliance Engineer
  • Component Engineer
  • Controls Engineer
  • Cost Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Facilities Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Logistics Engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Nuclear Engineer
  • Operations Engineer
  • Packaging Engineer
  • Performance Engineer
  • Plant Engineer
  • Process Control Engineer
  • Process Design Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Project Controls Engineer
  • Project Engineer
  • Proposal Engineering Coordinator
  • Sales Engineer
  • Senior Manufacturing Engineer
  • Senior Process Engineer

Mechanical Engineer

Mechanical engineers study motion, energy, and force to develop various solutions for mechanical systems. They often develop and improve small systems like sensors, or larger systems like machine tools. 

Related job titles:

  • Automotive Engineer
  • Boiler Engineer
  • Ceramics Engineer
  • Equipment Engineer
  • High-Pressure Engineer
  • Marine Engineer
  • Mechanical Design Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Naval Architect
  • Pipeline Engineer
  • Power Engineer
  • Rotating Equipment Engineer
  • Senior Mechanical Engineer
  • Turbine Engineer
  • Validation Engineer

Engineering Technician

For all of the job titles listed above, there are also corresponding engineering technician jobs. Engineering technicians work under the supervision of an engineer. They might help draw up designs, implement a design, or improve systems. Generally, an engineering technician does not require as much education and experience as an engineer. They need at least an associate’s degree. 

Related job titles:

  • Drafting Technician
  • Engineering Aide
  • Engineering Clerk
  • Engineering Secretary
  • Engineering Technician
  • Field Service Engineer
  • Project Assistant
  • Staff Engineer
  • Staking Engineer
  • Stationery Engineer

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