This section contains
Web sites specializing in positions in Engineering fields. Software
engineers should check the Computers and Technology
category for employment sites. If
your interest is in the medical and biotechnological applications, also
check out the Medicine, Biotech, and Pharmaceutical
category. If your interest is in the green industries, check out Job-Hunt's Green Industry Job Search Guide. If your interest is more purely scientific, check out the Science category, too. And, of course, don't forget to check out the resources by state.
For additional engineering resources, visit the Engineering page of Job-Hunt's Directory of Associations. If an association offers a public job board or career center, Job-Hunt links to that resources, too.
for summer work should also check out the Entry
Level, Internships, and Seasonal Jobs category, or the Freelancing,
Consulting, Contracting, and Temping category.
- AIChE.org - From the American Institute of Chemical Engineering (AIChE), an
excellent site. Lots of professional information (conferences, publications,
education & training, etc.) in addition to the Careers & Education
section which contains some job postings as well as an extensive list
of links to job opportunities for chemical engineers
- EngineerJob Source - You can edit and delete your resume, if
you post one, and you can also disguise your identity relatively easily.
Engineering job listings are available by state or by job title. Jobs are available through RSS feed in several engineering job categories.
- international environmental job listings and browse through the event calendar.
Jobs and Careers - has environmental job postings
(for the U.S. and Canada), links to government environmental job openings,
recruiters, and employers by state or province. There are also links
to international resources, government resources in the U.S. and Canada,
- From the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
job listings and career resources for engineers.
- WaterJobsNow - a job site for the drinking water community: treatment plant operators and managers, engineers, scientists, environmentalists, etc. interested in water supply and public health. Search for a job by location in the U.S., category (e.g. conservation, engineer, finance, etc.), job setting (consultant, government, utility, etc.), and date posted.