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Job Opportunities - Careers for Engineers

The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR), Connecticut, has launched a new program called, "Careers for Engineers" to match technology professionals with jobs available in Connecticut.  If you are an engineer, scientist, technician or business professional and would like a career in a technology related field for a Connecticut company or innovative manufacturer, please contact SBIR at (860) 257-2894, or visit the Careers for Engineers website.

Connecticut STEM Jobs

CT STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Jobs is an endeavor of the Connecticut Workforce Development Council (an association formed by the state's five Workforce Investment Boards) and is funded by the United States Department of Labor. CT STEM Jobs focuses on preparing prospective employees for new careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related fields such as advanced manufacturing, engineering, information technology and energy.

For more information, visit their website CT STEM Jobs.


www.CareerSourceDatabase.com - This website offers current information on in-demand careers. You are able to seach thousands of careers, jobs and employment opportunities, worldwide.

www.experience.com -  This website offers job and career information for students with little or no experience.  The site also provides information regarding on-line learning and degree programs.

www.jobstvnews.com - (CareerVideos.com) This website provides more than 600 "reality" insights (career videos) into job and career choices. These popular videos include on the job interviews with working professionals, helpful planning advice about career sector futures and insight into the rewards of making the right career choice. This webiste also offers salary information as related to various career opportunities.

www.CTJobs.com - This is Connecticut's most comprehensive site for job opportunities across the state. This website provides information about continuing education, salaries, career resources and company profiles.

www.Careerbuilder.com - This website offers all types of career advice and resources such as a salary calculator, career tests, skills training, degrees and certificates and assistance with resumes.

www.Newhavenregister.com - Is a website that provides classified advertisements from 38 newspapers and publications across the state of Connecticut.

www.Monster.com - This website lists not only jobs but also offers a variety of career tools such as career snapshots, career benchmarking, career mapping, skills and analysis training, resume writing and distribution services, company profiles, job hunt strategies, interviewing advice and salary comparisons.

www.AllCountyJobs.com - This website is a respected publisher of local job boards since 1999. Since its inception, this network strives for one goal: to connect employers with quality, local applicants. This is a network of local job boards serving Connecticut's major counties, where you are able to browse jobs by keyword, category, city or company name.

Internship Opportunity - Samples/History

(posted 11/08- ongoing)

Walsh Construction Company, the largest transportation contractor in the country, is gearing up for a $100 million-dollar highway and bridge project in New Haven.  Right now the company is looking to hire part and full time local civil engineering students as interns at the site, with the idea of hiring these students upon graduation as new-hire Construction Managers.  Part-time student site interns can work around their class schedule/hours but will be asked to work at least 15 hours per week.  Students interested in a four-month "working co-op" are also invited to apply.  The work consists of half administration/office work and half field work.

Field work consists of checking grades/dimensions, verifying quantities, overseeing subcontractors, etc.  Office/administrative work consists of assisting management staff with payments/verification , scheduling, ordering materials, coordinating subcontractors. etc.

To apply and for more information, contact Richard Tremblay.

The Regional Center for Next Generation Manufacturing is funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education program. Copyright 2005. All rights reserved.