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On this page you will find engineer Job Descriptions. These are for real jobs and used in the recruitment for those positions. These samples come from every type of engineering position and from a variety of industries. They include Applications Engineer [Water], Broadcast Engineer, Broadcast Technology Support Specialist, Broadcast Technology Systems Engineer [cont]
Our database of job descriptions is completely free and you will find thousands of free job descriptions for non engineering jobs which we hope will assist you in your quest to better understand the content of various jobs.
On this page you will find links to many of our Engineering Job Descriptions however as the database is frequently updated it is advisable to use a search via the search function in the top left or to browse the A-Z in the blue panel below the menu left.
Engineering jobs remain very sought after but it is difficult for those with no industry knowledge to understand what the different positions actually do. If so have a good browse around the site and hopefully you will enhance your knowledge.
Alternatively you may be an employer who needs to write a jd quickly and doesn`t know where to start. From experience it is useful to have something which acts as a starting point. In many cases on this site you will find several descriptions for a particular job and you can then compare them and perhaps use a little of each one to compile the jd.
Perhaps you work for a job agency who needs to better understand a job for which you may be taking a brief. Let`s face it, however experienced you are there is always a new job title/position which is a bit unfamiliar and needs checking.
Sometimes it is very difficult to get a feel for exactly what tasks are required to be undertaken in a job. This is a good place to start and the volume of job descriptions in different types of roles can assist with career choice.
There are headings for each job description:
1] Job Summary
Provides a short paragraph about what the job entails
2] Main Responsibilities
The main duties and tasks required to be undertaken. Sometimes this section is known as "job duties"
3] Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-as it says!
Building Services, Certifying Engineer, Civil Engineer, Computer Engineer, Communications Engineer, Construction Engineer, Construction Engineer [supervisor], Design Engineer, Design Engineer[marine/drilling etc], Electrical Commissioning Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Electrical Implementation Engineer, Electrical Maintenance, Electronics Engineer, Engineering Group Manager, Engineering Technician, Equipment Engineer, Environmental Engineer, HSE Engineer
Hardware Engineer and
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