Here is a list of current job opportunities:
1. Graduate & Intern Engineering Positions at Arup in multiple locations
2. Unity Developer Ops Engineer with Disruptor Beam in Framingham, Massachusetts
3. Production Supervisor/ Manufacturing Engineer at Cobra Engineering in Yorba Linda, California
4. President of The Research Foundation for the State University of New York in Albany, New York
5. Semiconductor Device Modelling Engineer from European Recruitment Ltd in Germany
6. Software Engineer at the Luna Control Center with Akamai in Cambridge, Massachusetts
7. Sr. Mechanical Engineer with Confidential Engineering Firm in Atlanta, Georgia
8. Engineer with Aquarion Water Co. in Bridgeport, Connecticut
9. Validation/ Test Engineer with Franklin Electrict in Fort Wayne, Indiana
10. Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor at MIT’s Program in Science, Technology, and Society (MA)
Alisyn M. Malek, MI G ’12, was recently profiled by an editor at LinkedIn. Malek is an investment manager at General Motors (GM) Ventures LLC and has previously worked for GM in other roles such as lead engineer, global engineering business manager- electrification, and technical lead.
In the post, Malek’s decision to switch to investment from technical initiatives is discussed. Malek went for the job that was most self-fulfilling even if it was not the most popular. She explains her career path in and Q&A as well and says, “It takes people a second to understand that I am not a purple alien. I am a young female that has automotive engineering experience.”
The Plumbing Engineer announced that the IAPMO Group has hired Barry A. Johnson, P.E. (AL B’ 87), to the Uniform Evaluation Service staff as a senior engineer. According to the article, Johnson has “nearly 30 years of technical experience in design and construction as a civil/structural engineer.” He spent the past 23 years working in both technical services and evaluation services with ICC. He earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at the University of Alabama.
“It has always been rewarding to help manufacturers gain a wider entry into the marketplace and to work with the building safety and design professionals to make their jobs easier,” Johnson said.