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Engineering Manager Jobs in Boston, MA

Production Manager, Consumables

Rapid Micro Biosystems

Boston, MA

11 days ago
Electrical Engineering Manager

Randstad US

Chelmsford, MA

3 days ago
Production Supervisor/Manager

Randstad US

Brighton, MA

11 days ago
Senior Manager, Analytical Sciences

Albireo Pharma, Inc.

Boston, MA

1 day ago
Engineering Manager

Randstad US

Norwood, MA

26 days ago
Manager - Database Administrator/Developer

Pyramid Hotel Group MA06

Boston, MA

2 days ago
Manager Software Engineering - Consumer Technology(Remote)

Citizens

BOSTON, MA

1 day ago
VP Data Science

Catapult

Boston, MA

17 days ago
Software Engineering Manager - Python, JavaScript

CyberCoders

$150000 - $215000 / Per year

Boston, MA

5 days ago
Engineering Manager

National Grid USA Service Co.

Waltham, MA

18 days ago

Boston Engineering Manager Jobs Overview

If you like to take the lead in large projects, you may want to consider a career as an engineering manager. Engineering manager jobs are essential to engineering projects being completed on time, on budget, and to the required specifications. Engineering managers see projects through from an initial plan to a finished product. You'll enjoy this job if you're motivated by the thought of concrete results, such as a building or bridge, at the end of an assignment.

Engineering managers are also called chief engineers, directors of engineers, or principal engineers. These types of engineers usually manage projects involving physical objects, from small electronic components to enormous skyscrapers, and can specialize in mechanical, civil, electrical, or geotechnical engineering.

Engineering management is a very hands-on position involving projects that require supervision due to their complexity, scale, safety risks, or regulatory concerns. Some of their typical job responsibilities include:

  • planning, developing, and implementing new designs.
  • hiring, training, and managing staff.
  • proposing budgets.
  • inspecting the work of staff for accuracy and quality.
  • supervising work at construction sites.
  • coordinating work with other managers, contractors, suppliers, and staff.
  • working with local governments or regulatory agencies to ensure compliance to regulations and standards.
  • solving technical problems.

You can expand your search for engineering jobs by checking out these similar positions:

About Working in Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is one of America's oldest cities. Whether you call it Beantown, the Cradle of Liberty, or the Hub, there are plenty of fun things to do in Boston. You can check out a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, walk the Freedom Trail, or take a Swan Boat ride in the Public Garden. If you're hungry, you don't have to stick with the city's famous baked beans—you can grab a cannoli in the North End or a cup of clam chowder just about anywhere. In fact, Boston was ranked one of the best U.S. cities for foodies. Ready to move to Beantown? You'll be happy to know that the Boston jobs market is robust.

With a low unemployment rate and a booming tech sector, there are tons of jobs in Boston. The average annual salary in Boston is also much higher than the U.S. national average. If you want to expand your job search outside the Boston metro area, consider checking out job listings in Waltham, Newton, and Quincy.

Update Your Boston Engineering Manager Resume

Your resume should be your first project when you apply for a job. Give it the same level of attention you would to a work project: Plan the structure first, leave no room for errors, give precise details, and showcase a clean design. You can get more advice on how to list your accomplishments and previous projects from our engineering resume tips. For some tips on how to write your cover letter, read the following samples:

How Much Do Engineering Manager Jobs Pay in Boston, Massachusetts?

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