SOUTHFIELD — If you’re looking for any kind of engineering, scientific or technical job, the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi is the place to be today between 2 and 7 p.m.

From the likes of Dow Corning, DTE Energy, Yazaki North America and Visteon Corp. to Altair Engineering, Cadillac Products Automotive Co., Ghafari Associates and G-Tech Services, The Engineering Society of Detroit will hold a record-setting job fair featuring 56 companies and 4,009 available jobs.

Companies are being added on a daily basis, proving that Michigan is once again the engineering and technology center of the United States.

A wide variety of companies both small and large will be recruiting in the following areas: architects, chemical, civil, computer, design, energy, electrical, biomedical, environmental, aerospace, transportation, biofuels, manufacturing, mechanical, programming, technical and other engineering and technology related fields.

Prospective candidates should bring several companies of their updated resumes, as well as enter their resumes ahead of time into the ESD Job Bank. This is a free service designed to serve the employment needs of highly qualified engineers and technical professionals.

Cost to attend the job fair for non-members of ESD is $15 (which includes a one-year membership to ESD, entry into the job fair and the opportunity to network with corporate employers throughout Southeastern Michigan). Members of ESD can attend free of charge.

The Suburban Collection Showplace is located at 46100 Grand River Avenue in Novi.

To pre-register for the job fair, visit For more information, call (248) 353-0735.


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