training and development in various phases of engineering
work in office, sales, plant, field or lab-oratory, performs
various assigned tasks of comparatively low complexity,
normally assisting other engineers.
in the design of new or revised products, equipment, installations
or processes, based on established engineering principles
to meet functional requirements or performance specifications.
Using a variety of standard engineering methods and techniques,
will usually handle design problems of moderate complexity
or assist more senior engineers to solve difficult problems.
a variety of tasks such as the preparation of simple plans,
designs, calculations, costs and bills of material, catalogues,
in accordance with established codes, standards, drawings
or other specifications.
assignments of limited scope and complexity, usually minor
phases of broader assign-ments which may include one or
design of components within the particular branch of engineering
(civil, mechanical, electrical, etc.) of a larger design
modification of tooling, plant equipment, imported
designs or prototypes of new development, to permit economical
manufacturing or to meet performance specifications and
requirements or serviceability;
design of ancillary parts, not within the particular branch
of engineering, or equipment pertaining to the branch e.g.
foundations and supports for heavy machinery, transports
for heavy machinery, transformer housings, etc.;
with shop and departmental personnel while gathering information,
seldom outside the company;
prepare reports such as equipment surveys, cost estimates,
process investigations, within the scope of assigned work.
Decisions and Commitments
decisions made will be of a routine nature invariably having
ample precedent or in line with clearly defined procedures.
are limited to the solution of the problems rather than
the end results. Work requires accuracy in calculations,
completeness of data and adherence to prescribed testing,
analysis, design or computation methods. Refers unusual
problems to more senior engineers. Errors in work would
usually be detected before results become serious.
to Entrance Qualifications
degree in Engineering or Applied Science or its equivalent;
little or no practical experience.
degree in Engineering or Applied Science or its equivalent,
normally with two to three years working experience from
the graduation level.