According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the field of engineering is one of the highest-paying industries as far as entry-level salaries, which typically start at $60k or higher. And things only go up from there. Average salaries range from $86k for civil engineers to $139k for oil and gas engineers, with a mean salary of $96k across 10 of the most popular specialities. Not to mention, the PEN 2015 Engineering Compensation Forecast predicts that due to factors like increased concern for sustainability solutions and new oil and gas resources, the field is expected to grow by 10 percent in the next 10 years.
Conduct root cause analysis and provide actionable and high-value solutions to reported incidents with a combination of data analytics, business acumen, technical expertise, product features, and sound judgment.
Perform forensic investigations, including fire origin and cause investigations, to identify the cause and origin of incidents that lead to failures, damages or defects in the electrical fields, supplies, systems, components, equipment and appliances within industrial, commercial and residential locations.
The Software Engineer is a key contributor to a highly visible and mission critical application and working with business users directly to deliver business critical functionalities and solve complex business and technical problems.
Develops programming solutions to complex projects/problems. Contribute across the entire development cycle (analysis, design, code, test, initial pilot/production launch, and production support) with the primary focus on analysis, design and coding of windows and web applications.
Develops programming solutions to complex projects/problems; contribute across the entire development cycle (analysis, design, code, test, initial pilot/production launch, and production support) with the primary focus on analysis, design and coding of windows and web applications.
The Principal Software Engineer will work within an agile development organization and be accountable for refining software requirements, providing development estimates, designing and implementing software and managing timeline commitments.