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Mechanical Engineering Technologist Jobs in Detroit, MI

Powertrain HIL Application Engineer

Advantage Resourcing

Auburn Hills, MI

Powertrain Design Release Engineer

Advantage Resourcing

Auburn Hills, MI

Mechanical / Fluid Power Engineer

Moseley Technical Services

Sterling Heights, MI

Lead Mechanical Engineer, eMobility

Eaton Corporation

Southfield, MI

Mechanical Engineering Specialist

Moseley Technical Services

Sterling Heights, MI

Mechanical Engineer - Hydraulics

Waltonen Engineering

Warren, MI

Mechanical Maintenance Technician

Cleveland-Cliffs

Dearborn, MI

Lead Mechanical Engineer, eMobility

Eaton Corporation

Detroit, MI

Mechanical Engineer - Survivability

Waltonen Engineering

Warren, MI

Detroit 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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About Working in Detroit, Michigan

Known as the Motor City, Detroit is the center of American automobile manufacturing. But the wheels that keep Motown rolling aren't just on cars. The first incorporated railroad in the Northwest Territory traveled from Detroit to Pontiac. The workforce that kept the trains on track received raw materials for automobiles and exported Fords, Dodges, and Chryslers all over the country. Detroit provided a path for those cars when it built the first mile of concrete highway and installed the first four-way traffic light that included the color yellow, inspired by railroad signals. Today, the auto industry sustains more than 700,000 jobs in Detroit.

Detroit continues to innovate mobility—in the food truck industry. You'll find food trucks, vans, and rolling carts throughout the city. They even have an official weekly food truck program and a food truck park. What else is on a roll? Detroit's cost of living. With housing prices that are far below the national average, it's not hard to relocate to the city while you search for Detroit jobs. And if you're not finding the right jobs in Detroit, be sure to check out the suburbs of Dearborn, Pontiac, and Southfield, as well.

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How Much Do Mechanical Engineering Technologist Jobs Pay in Detroit, Michigan?

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