Engineering Jobs

We help all types of talented professionals find engineering jobs in many US cities. Whether you’re an experienced engineer looking for a new gig, or just curious to see what’s out there, we love to make connections between those seeking and those hiring. Please complete the form below to get connected with a technical recruiter today.

Finding engineering jobs

If you’re seeking a new opportunity in another city or perhaps across country, we are a source of jobs not only in Colorado, but in many large US cities. Finding the right alignment of project mix, company culture, management style, and location is the key.

From our pool of available candidates, we select those seeking engineering jobs that best match the client’s requirements, and present the client with the best options available. If the client is interested in a candidate, we schedule phone interviews so the hiring manager can learn more about you.

Please know we exercise the utmost respect of privacy and discretion to all applicants, and we never contact current employers for any reason.

    New graduates, or candidates with no experience

    We have noticed over the years that most clients ask for help on the really hard-to-fill positions – like those requiring 5 or more years experience, an industry-specific certification, or security clearance.

    That said, most companies tend to hire entry-level & junior-level positions on their own. Here are our suggestions on how to land your first engineering job.

    1)  Make a list of the top 5 companies you’d love to work for and begin adding managers that work there on LinkedIn. When you get connected, send them a message and a resume using LinkedIn messaging.

    2)  Another tactic is to not focus on the really big companies, but instead send your resume to smaller firms that also interest you. This is a good way to get noticed and start building your experience.

    3)  Focus on small companies that are near you, where you can hand deliver a resume. It’s a great way to introduce yourself and possibly get an impromptu interview.