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Mechanical Engineering Technologist Jobs in Los Angeles, CA

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CyberCoders

Venice, CA

Sr. Mechanical Design Engineer

CyberCoders

Fontana, CA

Associate Engineer, Mechanical Design

Aerojet Rocketdyne

Canoga Park, CA

Associate Engineer, Mechanical Design

Aerojet Rocketdyne

Canoga Park, CA

Mechanical Engineer

K&N Engineering, Inc.

Riverside, CA

Mechanical Engineer

Crown Poly Inc

$55000 - $65000 / Per Year

Huntington Park, CA

Senior Mechanical Engineer

Clean Energy Fuels

Newport Beach, CA

Mechanical Engineer

Butler America Aerospace

Irvine, CA

Boeing Research & Technology Experienced Mechanical Engineer

BOEING

Yorba Linda, CA

Los Angeles 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 Los Angeles, California

The Hollywood sign stands for everything glamourous and star-studded in Los Angeles. But did you know it was built in the 1920s to advertise a new neighborhood called Hollywoodland? The "land" was eventually dropped from the sign in 1949, and it became associated with nearby Paramount Pictures, Universal, and Warner Brothers. Today, downtown L.A. is the largest government hub outside of Washington D.C. and has the largest historical theater district in the U.S. But not all Los Angeles jobs are in show business. More than 700,000 health services and biomedical jobs and 190,000 aerospace jobs stoke L.A.'s economy.

If L.A. were a country, the city's economy would be bigger than those of Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, and Sweden. Los Angeles is a sprawling metropolis, engulfing five counties—Los Angeles, Riverside, Ventura, Orange, and San Bernardino. If you're looking for jobs in Los Angeles, you have a lot of choices for relocation. There are more than 80 neighborhoods in L.A. and 16 districts just in downtown. For those who want a slightly less hectic pace, you can also find jobs in L.A.'s beautiful suburbs, including Pasadena, West Covina, and Anaheim.

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How Much Do Mechanical Engineering Technologist Jobs Pay in Los Angeles, California?

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