Designing, creating, and installing various pieces of equipment that are used to help monitor and control different systems and machinery. If that sounds like an ideal role for you, then consider a career as an instrumentation engineer.
An instrumentation engineer is responsible for researching, designing, developing, and installing a variety of systems and devices that are used in manufacturing facilities and plants. This involves:
- Designing and testing equipment
- Understanding the goal of the piece to be designed
- Troubleshooting any issues
Commonly seen responsibilities and requirements found in job descriptions may include some or all of the following:
- Researching projects
- Writing reports
- Analyzing and interpreting data
- Managing projects
The following skills and previous experience would benefit an individual looking to find work in the field of instrumentation engineering:
- Ability to meet tight deadlines and work under pressure
- Attention to detail
To become an instrumentation engineer, employers often seek individuals with a degree in electrical, electronic, or mechanical engineering. Knowledge of computing or physics is also an asset.
Job Placement Specialists Can Help Instrumentation Engineers Advance Their Careers
People looking to enter the field of instrumentation engineering or progress their career further can benefit from consulting the professionals at Winters Technical Staffing, a leading job placement agency in Toronto for over 40 years. These specialists can provide the guidance and support that will assist individuals who are looking for work in directing their efforts in a more valuable manner, with the overall goal of increasing the probability of landing a position.
The consultants at Winters Technical Staffing have strong relationships with employers and hiring managers throughout the manufacturing industry and have had great success recruiting and placing qualified candidates in suitable roles.
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Are you looking to start or advance in your career as an instrumentation engineer? The guidance and support provided by the placement specialists at Winters Technical Staffing can help. Contact the consultants at Winters Technical Staffing today at 647-556-2408 to request a complimentary consultation.