Cincinnati is one of nine U.S. markets where Ford Motor Co. said it will be recruiting engineers this year for its push into electric vehicles. The automaker announced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit it will add more than 7,000 salaried and hourly jobs over the next two years. Included in that number is 750 salaried engineering jobs in product development and manufacturing. Check out this article for more information.
Andrea Kay, a Cincinnati business and career consultant, will be speaking at Joseph Beth Booksellers on January 20th, 2010 at 7PM. Ms. Kay is an engaging speaker with insightful advice about careers and the local economy. This is a free event so come early to get a seat. She will be talking about career concerns for 2010. Ms. Kay is a syndicated columnist and has several published books. See her website or read her articles in the Enquirer. Joseph Beth Booksellers is located in the Rookwood Pavilion, 2692 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH.
Dinsmore & Shohl is actively recruiting for a solid Cisco Engineer. Candidate must be very strong on route/switching, VPNs, Wireless technologies, MPLS, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, QoS. Ideal candidate will also have additional exposure to WAAS, VoIP, IDS, ACS. Standard Cisco Certifications a plus. Dinsmore & Shohl offers a very challenging technical environment where increasing technical skills and creativity are always encouraged.
The position will be located in downtown Cincinnati. Minimal travel to regional offices.
Please contact Juanen L. Wong if interested. Contact information is below.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Department at the College of Applied Science has two tenure-track positions. For details see: UC CAS Faculty Ad 9-05-08
WINZ Technologies of Lebanon, Ohio, is searching for a Project Engineer. Duties include embedded software and hardware specification/design/test/qualification, component evaluation, product documentation, configuration management, and assembly process development and control. WINZ Technologies – Job Description (4/10/08)
The West Virginia University is offering a unique summer research experience for undergraduate students in the science, engineering, or mathematics disciplines. The program is funded by the National Science Foundation and WVNano, the West Virginia state initiative for nanoscience and nanotechnology research. Applicants will be evaluated starting on February 15 and will be admitted on a rolling basis. See their 2008 Research Experiences for Undergraduates web page for more information
This May the U.C. College of Applied Science will hold it’s Tech Expo 2008 where middle school and high school students can meet local businesses and UC staff to explore careers in science and engineering. Businesses interested in showing these students the technical careers opportunities in the Greater Cincinnati area please contact Anthony Ricciardi at (513) 556-4221 or Betsy Zelek at (513) 702-2732 or email@example.com. Attached is a Tech Expo 2008 flyer with more information.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) at the University of Cincinnati (UC) invites qualified candidates to apply for tenure track Assistant Professor Position starting September 1, 2008. ECET department at UC offers Associate and Bachelor degrees in Electrical Engineering Technology (EET), and Bachelor degree in Computer Engineering Technology (CET). Responsibilities include developing and teaching lecture and laboratory courses in both day and evening programs mainly in computer related areas, advising students, participation in scholarly activities, and service to the profession and university. Continue reading