Engineering Careers

Engineering Your Career Success

By Michaella Walsh, Delivery Manager

You know it better than anyone; your professional decisions significantly affect the direction of your career path. The more carefully you consider these decisions, the more horizons you open which results in a sturdier foundation for your professional future. In order to make the proper calls and boost your engineering career, take a look at the following factors.

Engineering Your Career Success

Engineers: This Is How You Grab Attention

By Chris Simms, Senior Solutions Manager.

It’s not news; you are not the only applicant for the job. As an engineer or an engineering consultant, you have a small window of opportunity to call attention to your engineering capabilities. Put yourself in the shoes of your potential employer, and answer the tough questions before they are even asked.

Engineers: This Is How You Grab Attention

Paving Your Engineering Consulting Path

By Mike Moutsoulas, Recruiting Manager - Engineering

Watch out for the bumps! As an engineering consultant you need to ensure that your engineering career is enhanced with opportunities that allow for growth and advancement. How do you plan your next steps, and what criteria do you use to make your decisions?

Paving Your Engineering Consulting Path

Engineering Your Resume for Career Success

By Terry Buggs, Vice President, Engineering Practice.

Your resume is the formal presentation that you give to introduce your engineering skills and background to a hiring manager, an engineering recruiter and a potential employer. Take a look at the points below on how to write an engineering resume that that clearly tells your story.

Engineering Your Resume for Career Success

How to Better Portray Your Engineering Skills in Your Resume

By Mike Moutsoulas, Recruiting Manager - Engineering

The first information that a hiring manager or engineering recruiter gets about your engineering skills and engineering expertise is through your resume. Does your resume do justice to your engineering skills, or is it another piece of paper being added to their growing stack of resumes?

How to Better Portray Your Engineering Skills in Your Resume

Networking for Your Next Engineering Opportunity

By Chris Simms, Senior Solutions Manager

It goes without saying that a strong and solid network dramatically increases your chances of landing your next engineering opportunity. What actions do you need to take to expand your professional reach? Take a look at the points below on how to network for your next engineering opportunity.

Networking for Your Next Engineering Opportunity

Promoting Your Engineering Expertise

By Terry Buggs, Vice President, Engineering Practice

How do you promote your engineering expertise? How are you presenting your qualifications and skills to potential employers? How do you make sure that you differentiate yourself among other engineering candidates? In order to better position yourself and advance your career, you need to take advantage of every window of opportunity and efficiently promote your engineering expertise.

Promoting Your Engineering Expertise

Your Next Engineering Opportunity

By Mike Moutsoulas, Recruiting Manager - Engineering

Considering every engineering opportunity that comes your way without a well thought-out action plan limits your chances of professional growth and career development. Defining your career objectives, targeting the right organizations, keeping your engineering skills up-to-date, working with an engineering recruiter and allocating the necessary time to improving your action plan are great ways to deal with your next engineering opportunity.

Your Next Engineering Opportunity

Keeping Your Engineering Talent Up-to-Date

By Chris Simms, Senior Solutions Manager

How do you stay current in your industry? What action do you take to keep up with changes that affect your engineering career? In a constantly evolving environment, it is crucial that you keep your engineering talent up-to-date

Keeping Your Engineering Talent Up-to-Date

How to Market Your Engineering Skills

By Terry Buggs, Vice President, Engineering Practice

In order to expose yourself to as many engineering opportunities as possible, you need to market your engineering skills as best as possible. Hiring managers and engineering recruiters scan resumes trying to locate the perfect match for their candidates.

How to Market Your Engineering Skills