The Engineering Society of Detroit is looking for more participating middle schools, as well as volunteer mentors and judges for its 2014 Michigan Regional Future City Competition.
Pryor Knowledge Systems announced Friday that its president and CEO, Roger W. Pryor, has written a book for engineers and scientists entitled “RF Module: The Three-Stub Tuner.”
Ford Motor Co. said Tuesday that it will hire an additional 800 salaried employees for a total of more than 3,000 salaried employees in 2013.
Daifuku Webb Holding Co. and its subsidiary Jervis B. Webb Co., part of the largest materials handling company in the world, say they’re in desperate need of engineers and project managers. How desperate? Well, just for showing up at their Career Fair next Thursday, Nov. 8, you get a free haircut and a free chair massage.
Secure-24 Inc., a provider of managed IT operations, application outsourcing and SAP cloud computing, is inviting the public to its Talent Fair, where job candidates can learn about the company and apply for more than 70 open positions.
HOUGHTON — Michigan Technological University Thursday reported that the total number of students on campus this fall is 6,945, including 1,410 new undergraduates, both first-year and transfer students. That’s down from 7,031 a year ago. […]
There was a renewed sense of optomism at this year’s SAE World Congress, the world’s largest gathering of automotive engineers.
The Toyota Technical Center in Ann Arbor announced Thursday that it will hire approximately 150 engineers, technicians, advanced researchers and scientists by the end of 2012.
A local company is looking to hire a number of qualified engineers.
Chrysler is adding 25 workers per shift to its Wrangler line at the Toledo Assembly plant. And, Nissan plans to hire 200 engineers over the next two years at its Farmington Hills technical center.