As highly skilled technical professionals who apply the physics and mathematics of electricity, electromagnetism and electronics to design and develop new electrical equipment and systems, as well as solve problems and test equipment, electrical engineers are in high demand today.
Electrical Engineer jobs are opening up in fields of life sciences, biotech, medical devices, pharma and light industrial manufacturing. As a result, it’s a significant challenge for many companies and general recruiting firms looking to identify and evaluate qualified candidates for Harvard, Massachusetts Electrical Engineer jobs.
At Finish Line Staffing, our highly-knowledgeable recruitment team has the expertise, experience, and extensive network to find, evaluate, and recommend qualified manufacturing and life sciences electrical engineering candidates capable of:
- Designing new ways to use electrical power to develop or improve products
- Performing detailed calculations to develop manufacturing, construction, and installation standards and specifications for electrical equipment and system
- Direct manufacturing, installing, and testing of electrical equipment and specialized devices to ensure that products meet specifications and codes
- Supervising engineering and technical staff
For clients in Harvard, Massachusetts and throughout New England, our specialists in Electrical Engineer jobs understand the critical skills needed in electrical engineering positions, which can require an in-depth knowledge of electrical and electronic theory, mathematics and materials. We’re able to place qualified electrical engineers in a wide variety of industries, including life sciences, biotech, medical devices, pharma and light industrial, to name a few.
Our recruiting team can free up your internal HR resources for other critical tasks while it sources, evaluates, and presents the right candidates for Harvard, Massachusetts Electrical Engineer jobs. We know that many employers require certification from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) or the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). A master’s degree is often required for promotion to management, and ongoing education and training are needed to keep up with advances in technology, testing equipment, computer hardware and software, and government regulations.
Whether it’s for direct hire or temporary work, if you’re searching for the right candidates to fill Harvard, Massachusetts Electrical Engineer jobs, contact us today – our highly skilled technical recruiting team will be happy to help.