Engineering Professional (not covered elsewhere)

Engineering Professionals (not covered elsewhere) includes jobs like Acoustic Engineer, Mechatronics Engineer, and Product Design Engineer.

Overview

Engineering Professionals (not covered elsewhere) includes jobs like Acoustic Engineer, Mechatronics Engineer, and Product Design Engineer.

Day-to-day

  • visits locations where projects are currently underway to monitor task completion and ensures that goals are being met
  • supervises the scope of large scale projects and assesses each worker’s contribution to the project
  • collaborates with the project management team to offer assistance with technical details for the design or development/building process
  • calculates the supply details for any materials and the labour requirements as well as determining the cost of everything to see if it falls within the budget of the project
  • researches potential risks and impacts from the scope of the project and develops a plan to address concerns
  • writes detailed summaries of project timelines, impact reports, requests for proposals and other written statements for stakeholders or the public
  • maintains optimal standards during project management, following all relevant federal, state, local and industry guidelines.

Considerations

  • physically demanding.

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To become an Engineering Professional (not covered elsewhere)

  • This group includes jobs that might have different study pathways. Postgraduate studies may also be useful.

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  • Registration may be required in some states and territories. In addition, Engineers Australia has a non-compulsory National Engineering Register.

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