Manufacturing Engineering Jobs
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
The role played by manufacturing engineering is crucial for the functioning of any company or organization. They play a key part in production, planning and scheduling of the tasks and manufacturing of the key components. This stream of engineering is certainly a good stream to select for, as it enables one to get the coveted engineering degree in a slightly different specialization and there are several job openings in this field too. The entire production process is controlled by the manufacturing engineering department.
The basic degree that one needs to get is a B.Tech or B.E in manufacturing engineering or mechanical engineering. The person often starts their career in the form of a GET (Graduate Engineer Trainee) and gains experience in the complete engineering cycle. This includes materials, inventory, analysis and production control. Then they become the Superintendent Engineer at the highest rung of the ladder. Several engineers enhance their career opportunities by doing higher studies in the stream of management subjects and moving on to a more strategic role in the Manufacturing cycle.
The career prospects for manufacturing engineering is really bright. There is not much competition in this sector and the manufacturing industry is always is need of new engineers. Most of the companies, Small and Medium Enterprises and the Public Sector Units have a requirement for them. The industries in which the manufacturing engineers can find jobs in are food processing, pharmaceuticals, automobile manufacturing, aerospace, electronic and defense sectors. There is also a huge demand in the chemical engineering, heavy engineering, textiles and printing industry.
The job prospects are extremely bright for manufacturing engineers. Those who learn the subjects well can then move on to the consultation sector. Manufacturing jobs gives a career which is insightful and gives the opportunity to excel.
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posted by zaki yamani @ 8:12 PM,
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