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Job descriptions

Engineer or technician, have a look on the different jobs the technical industry. Role, evolution, employment opportunities..

Production engineer - Manufacturing engineer

Production engineers manage the operation of one or more manufacturing workshops in a manufacturing company. Their role is to organize, set up and optimize production, while observing specifications.

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Quality engineer

Quality engineers guarantee the compliance of products (as well as services and manufacturing processes) with the company's standards or those required by law. Their role is to ensure the ongoing equivalent quality of merchandise, in order to build customer loyalty.

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Research and development (R&D) engineer

Surrounded by a team of technicians, R&D engineers do research and development work in a department considered the company's temple of innovation.
R&D engineers work closely with most of a company's departments (e.g. marketing, methods, production, quality).
Interview with Ugo Mayaud, design and testing engineer for Areva T&D.

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Engineering project manager

Engineering project managers are in charge of supervising the development of complex projects while observing pre-determined conditions (cost, quality, safety, timelines).

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Sales engineer

As implied by the name, these professionals are both engineers and sales/business specialists. They work in all kinds of companies—public or private, manufacturing or service company—that offer products to customers.

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Health, safety and environment (HSE) engineer

Health, safety and the environment are standards that few companies can afford to ignore. Not only do they limit risks and subsequent costs, but they also enhance the corporate image of companies that take them into account. The HSE engineer is therefore essential for companies.

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Technician/Technologist

Technicians and technologists provide engineers, scientists and other professionals with technical support. They may work in offices, laboratories, test areas or job sites. They are involved in all types of technical fields including computers, civil engineering, building engineering, electrical engineering, food and biopharmaceuticals.

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Drafting technician

Drafting technicians generally work for engineers and design technologists and develop plans in accordance with project specifications.

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Electronics technician

Given the ever-increasing presence of electronics in most industrial sectors and the strong development of digital technologies, electronics technicians are very much in demand...

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