Chief Engineer

  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

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Where testing is our top priority

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Here are the steps to becoming a chief engineer:

  1. Earn the necessary education. A bachelor’s degree in a relevant engineering field is necessary for most positions. For some positions, a master’s degree may be beneficial.
  2. Develop essential skills. Chief engineers will need to develop specific skills for carrying out their daily duties. These include mechanical and creative skills, mathematical ability and problem-solving skills.
  3. Earn a license. Licenses aren’t usually a requirement for entry-level engineering positions. However, aspiring chief engineers may benefit from obtaining a Professional Engineering (PE) license. In some states, engineers may be required to undergo continuing education for annual license renewal.
  4. Gain relevant experience. Some chief engineer positions require candidates to have supervisory experience. For most positions, it would be beneficial to have at least four years of experience in a leadership or supervisory capacity. Prospective chief engineers can gain experience through industrial placement years and internships.

To apply for this job email your details to dev@canadianprosperityproject.ca