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Engineering Jobs and Job Search Resources


This page contains jobs, job search websites and employment resources for professionals seeking career opportunities in engineering. If you are seeking employment opportunities within a specific geography we invite you to also review the job search resources listed in the Jobs by State section of our website.
Engineering Job Sites:
  • AIChE.org/careerservices – site brought to you by the American Institute of Chemical Engineering (AIChE). Gain access to professional information regarding training, publications, education, conferences, etc. A Careers & Employment section features job postings and an in-depth register of links to various job opportunities for chemical engineers.
  • AWWA/Jobs – a site run by the American Water Works Association. Created specifically for the drinking water community (includes engineers, environmentalists, scientists, and treatment plant operators) that wants to work with water supply and public health. Search U.S. jobs by category, job type, and date posted.
  • ContractEngineering.com – a site providing resources to help engineers find contract positions.
  • EngineeringJobs.com – a site providing resources to help engineers find permanent employment.
  • EngineerJob Source – this site does not contain a privacy policy; however, it is now hard to disguise your identity. You can also delete or edit your resume if desired. Job postings for engineering positions are organized by state, job title, job posting date, and keyword. After creating your own profile, take advantage of a job agent that will email you opportunities.
  • The Environmental Careers Organization – The Environmental Careers Organization (ECO) is a national, non-profit organization that develops professionals for the environmental field through paid environmental internships that provide highly professional, on-the-job learning experiences for bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral students and recent graduates.
  • EnvironmentalCareer.com – search international jobs in environmental fields including Biology, Ecology, Forestry, Natural Resources, etc. Fees are required for some services.
  • Environmental Jobs and Careers (eJobs.Org) – Search for environmental jobs in the U.S. and Canada. The site provides links for recruiters, government environmental job openings, and employers in each state or province. Find links to salary surveys, international resources, and government resources in the U.S. and Canada.
  • Graduating Engineer and Computer Careers – a site designed to help new engineering and computer science graduates begin careers. In-depth information and resources are provided to help prepare for interviews, for that first job, or for graduate school applications. Free of charge to employment-seekers.
  • IDEAS Job Network – Search SDRC CAD/CAM/CAE skills related jobs. Job searches use a computer software application called I-DEAS; job-seekers view job postings and contact the employers directly when they find an interesting opportunity.
  • IEEE – This site features career resources and job postings for engineers from the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers).
  • job-e-job.com – Search architectural, engineering, interior design, landscape architecture, urban planning, and various employment opportunities. Browse job listings and post your resume free of charge.
  • Jobs4Eng.com – a site for engineers to search job postings by job category, keyword, job class, and state. Post your resume and browse through job postings. Other career resources are featured. Free of charge to employment-seekers.
  • JustEngineers.net – find a career in the railway and engineering industry on this UK-based website. Job listings are organized by keyword, region, and career sector. Complete job registrations by email and/or post your CV. Access other career resources by registering. Free of charge to employment-seekers.
  • Pro/E Job Network – This site uses computer design software called Pro/Engineer, developed by the Parametric Technology Corporation, to help job-seekers find employment opportunities.
  • UG Job Network – site features Unigraphics, a computer software application used to help find employment opportunities.