Engineering Jobs

Finding engineering jobs

Whether you’re looking to make a change or find a new opportunity in another city, we are a source of engineering jobs not only in Colorado but in many large US cities. 

We have clients that are always seeking experienced engineers in all sorts of specializations.

Finding the right alignment of project types, company culture, career development, and location is the key. Please complete the contact form to connect with a talent specialist today.

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Ready to streamline your job search?

You’ve come to the right place. Finding engineering jobs is easier with Expect.

Whether you’re looking to change careers, move up within your field, or find a new opportunity in another city, Expect puts access to a great selection of engineering job openings right at your fingertips. With a large pool of clients seeking experienced, specialized talent for a wide variety of complex, rewarding roles, we source professional engineer jobs in Colorado and throughout most major cities in the United States.

Not all job listings are created equal – we’ll help you find the right alignment of project types, company culture, career development, and location. Fill out the contact form to the right and connect with one of our talent specialists today.

Educational Requirements

Engineering is a great career path, but it’s not something that you can just walk into off the street. Most professional engineer jobs require advanced university degrees from accredited universities. In some cases, there will be a specific degree that correlates to the position (civil engineering, mechanical engineering, etc.) but some newer positions like computer vision engineer rely on related degrees in mathematics, statistics, and other STEM fields to gauge applicant talent.

With that said, graduation is not a golden ticket to a job. Check out the tips below for some advice on securing your first entry-level engineering job.

Looking for an entry-level job? We can help.

We have noticed over the years that most clients ask for help on the really hard-to-fill positions, like those requiring 10 or more years experience, an industry-specific certification, or a security clearance.

That said, most companies tend to hire entry-level & junior-level positions on their own. Here are our suggestions on how to land your first engineering job.

1)  Make a list of the top 5 companies you’d love to work for and begin adding managers that work there on LinkedIn. When you get connected, send them a message and a resume using LinkedIn messaging.

2)  Another tactic is to not focus on the really big companies, but instead send your resume to smaller firms that also interest you. This is a good way to get noticed and start building your experience.

3)  Focus on small companies that are near you, where you can hand deliver a resume. It’s a great way to introduce yourself and possibly get an impromptu interview.

Jobs At Expect

At Expect, we find open positions for all types of engineers, but our clients are increasingly looking for experienced engineers with a focus on specialized electrical, electro-mechanical, software, and artificial intelligence (like computer vision, machine learning, and similar). Check out some of our current engineering job openings.

Jobs Overview

Across the country, professional engineering jobs are in high demand. Software engineers, civil engineers, electrical engineers, artificial intelligence engineers, and specialized mechanical engineers are just a few of the in-demand engineering positions we’re seeing lately. With the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting 100,000+ new engineering jobs created in the next decade, this demand is only going to grow.

Salary Range

In a perfect world, all engineering job listings would include the expected salary range of the role, but this isn’t always the case. Engineering jobs have a wide range of potential salaries depending on the field and seniority.

The good news? Across the board, jobs in engineering have higher than average compensation, with a median salary of $91,010 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. For entry-level positions, salaries in the $60,000 to $70,000 range are common, while senior jobs routinely pay well over $120,000.

Kick your job search into high gear

Find engineering job openings that are perfectly aligned to your skills, career ambitions, and culture fit today. Book a free consultation with one of our specialists to get started.