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Mechanical Engineering Technologist Jobs

Mechanical Test Engineer

Sierra Lobo, Inc.

Cleveland, OH

23 days ago
Mechanical Engineering Intern

Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.

Ann Arbor, MI

30+ days ago
Mechanical Engineer 3 - 3490

Huntington Ingalls Industries

Newport News, VA

30+ days ago
Senior Mechanical Engineer / HVAC

The Eastman Group

Albany, NY

30+ days ago
Rotating Machinery Consultant


Wilmington, DE

30+ days ago
Associate-Senior Engineer Nuclear (Mechanical ERT) (HANCOCKS BRIDGE, NJ, US)



1 day ago

Mechanical Engineering Technologist Jobs Overview

Every mechanical engineer needs a right-hand person to help put their concepts on paper and bring them to life. That’s why mechanical engineering technologist jobs are essential to manufacturing companies, architecture, and engineering firms.

A mechanical engineering technologist starts a project by turning an engineer’s idea for a machine or product into a sketch, along with a diagram of how to assemble it. Their next step is to test a design model, analyze it, and write a report for the engineer. Mechanical engineer technologists also review blueprints and troubleshoot operational problems with new designs.

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Mechanical Engineering Technologist Education and Skills

Employers typically require mechanical engineering technologists to have an associate degree or a certificate from a community college or vocational-technical school. Some may prefer a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering technology, mechanical engineering, or a similar field.

To increase their success in post-secondary education, high school students planning on studying mechanical engineering technology should take classes in math, science, and computer science. A post-secondary mechanical engineering technologist program curriculum includes courses in engineering fundamentals such as:

  • Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing
  • Technical Math
  • Software Applications for Technology
  • Technical Report Writing
  • Technical Calculus
  • Kinematics

The National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) offers optional credentials through its technician certification programs. Certification can help solidify career advancement and helps to build a qualified workforce. To become certified, an applicant must complete a 4-year program from an accredited school, work in the field for at least five years, and submit a written endorsement from a supervisor.

Along with education, mechanical engineering technologists should have good communication, math, and mechanical skills. They should be detail oriented and adept at problem-solving. Take a look at this Monster job description to see what else you might need to get a mechanical engineering technologist job.

Update Your Mechanical Engineering Technologist Resume

Do you have an updated resume? If not, let’s get started! Monster has lots of samples and templates you can follow to create yours. Take a look at this list of resumes written for engineers to get an idea of what information to include.

You’ll also need a cover letter to accompany your resume. You can learn how to format and write an effective cover letter by browsing all the cover letter writing tips on Monster.

Interviewing for a Mechanical Engineering Technologist Job

You get called for an interview. This is where the rubber hits the road! To get ready for your interview, it’s a good idea to think about how you’re going to answer questions in advance. Use a friend or a mirror to craft and practice your answers to these potential engineering interview questions. You can find more interview questions and tips in the Monster library.

How Much Do Mechanical Engineering Technologist Jobs Pay?

According to Monster, the median salary for an engineering technologist in the U.S. is $59,055. Monster’s Salary Tools will tell you what salary to expect as a mechanical engineering technologist in different parts of the U.S. It will also have suggestions for the next steps you can take in your career.

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  • the year they were founded.
  • what markets they serve.
  • if they have a website where you can get more information.

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