Those holding engineering jobs use earth elements such as cement, asphalt, and rock to design roads. They use glass, steel, and brick to build buildings. They use composite materials, aluminum, and wood to build jets, airplanes, and cars. They create artificial organs and body parts to help solve medical problems. Engineers use artificial, as well as various natural materials and chemicals found throughout the world as a means to build and design the things we need and see every day. Any product seen in stores such as computers, tennis racquets, laundry detergent, and vacuum cleaners have engineers behind them who worked hard to bring the correct materials together to assemble them in a way that is perfect. Those who hold engineering jobs work hard to make improvements with old things and create new items through the use of science and math to solve problems. Engineering covers various engineering fields and there are different types of engineering jobs that can be held for each.
Those holding civil engineering jobs work to improve, care for, and build natural environments such as bridges, power facilities, water supply, transportation systems, facilities for pollution control, harbors, bridges, dams, and buildings. There are various specializations in civil engineering jobs such as geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering and engineering in environmental and water resources. Civil engineering jobs include a structural engineer working in an engineer firm, design engineers working in the power industry, and project engineers.
Those holding electrical engineering jobs are who helped to develop virtual reality, pacemakers, ultrasonic devices to help in detecting tumors, and networks of power distribution. Electrical engineers can be found working in electric power, multimedia, signal control and processing, and telecommunications. People who hold electrical engineering jobs are responsible for many of the personal and household items found today such as iPod’s and the wristwatch. Electrical engineering jobs include working in control rooms of petrochemical plants, hospitals, space flight monitoring rooms, and manufacturing plants.
Mechanical engineering jobs enhance economic vitality, safety, enjoyment, and life quality all over the world. Those holding mechanical engineering jobs work using the principles of motion, energy, and force. They have expert knowledge in the manufacturing and design of processes, thermal devices, and mechanical systems. This includes aircraft and automobile control systems, plants that generate electric power, and the machines that produce such products. Anything that uses energy or moves was likely created by those who work in mechanical engineering jobs. Places a mechanical engineer can be found working include the aerospace industry as a manufacturing engineer, in the pharmaceutical industry as a production supervisor, or in the automotive industry as a product engineer.
Those who have gone to school for engineering management have developed knowledge and skills in areas such as communications, science, mathematics, and humanities. They can work as engineering project managers which gives them direct authority over others’ actions. They can work as industrial management engineers in which they ensure any industrial emissions move safely through production systems. They can be found working as senior lead analysts in which they make sure the engineering team reaches efficient outcomes while performing assigned tasks. They can also be found working as cost systems analysts who combine engineering skills and the knowledge of financial management.
Fire Protection Engineering
Fire protection engineers perform duties related, in one way or another, to fire. They may be found designing things to protect things and people from fire such as occupants in high-rise buildings and important U.S. documents. They are in great demand by educational institutions, corporations, government bodies, and consulting firms all over the world. They can be found working in fire departments, government agencies, hospitals, forensic investigations, fire systems and equipment manufacturing, and in the insurance industry.
Aerospace engineers are constantly continuing their education. They must keep up with the advances in technology and not allow their skills to diminish. If they do not keep up they will have a disadvantage for promotions and in job markets because they cannot offer the great value and expertise employers require. Those working in aerospace engineering test, develop, and design space vehicles, aircraft missiles, and oversee the production. In many cases engineers specialize in one particular type of vehicle such as rockets, helicopters, or passenger planes. The majority of aerospace engineers can be found working with various types of aircraft. This includes companies that make communications systems, engines, electronic devices and various other aircraft parts. They may work for NASA or the Department of Defense or companies that produce the needed equipment for spacecraft and missiles. Other aerospace engineering jobs include development and research organizations, consulting firms, universities, colleges, and commercial airlines.
Chemical engineers can be found working in construction and design, safety and environmental health, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, healthcare, specialty chemicals, biotechnology, petrochemicals, and paper and pulp industries. Chemical engineers use their scientific and mathematical knowledge to conquer technical problems economically and safely. Chemical engineers have a variety of duties including making things. They apply their expertise in education, law, finance, publishing, and medicine. They have titles such as quality control engineer, product engineer, and plant process engineer.
In most cases industrial engineers work as administrative and manufacturing consultants. Their expertise tends to lead them into management positions within these industries. The core of the job of industrial engineers is allocating resources properly which makes them valuable to any organization that has large responsibilities and limited resources.