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Thousands of Jobs for You in SWE’s Career Center

In SWE’s Career Center, you’ll find more than 4,000 jobs from more than 650 organizations – employers looking for candidates like you.

Published On: September 2017

With thousands of active job opportunities available, SWE’s Career Center is the premier job portal for women in engineering looking to start the next chapter of their career.

If you have not already, upload your resume to the Career Center of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and start your search today.

Post Your Resume in SWE’s Career Center Before WE17

Posting your resume in SWE’s Career Center will put you front and center as potential employers review resumes before heading to WE17, the world’s largest conference for women in engineering and technology.

Don’t miss our WE17 Career Fair, October 26-27 in Austin, TX, where more than 300 organizations will be looking for candidates like you! Post your resume today!

SWE’s Career Center currently has more than 4,000 job postings. You’ll find employment opportunities in a variety engineering disciplines and for all experience levels.

More than 650 employers, including the world’s largest engineering and technology firms, have listed job openings in SWE’s Career Center. You’ll also find job opportunities in academia, government, and nonprofit organizations. Don’t delay, post your resume now.

Already Have an Active Resume?

If you have not visited the Career Center in some time, make sure your information is up-to-date. Login to the Career Center and update your resume and contact information today. Don’t forget to set alerts for your favorite employers, they are always looking!

About SWE’s Career Center

SWE’s Career Center has thousands of job listings from employers looking for candidates like you. You’ll also find job search resources – everything you need to make your resume stand out, ace the interview, advance your career, and navigate the digital world through social media and digital communication.

Check out articles such as:

4 Things You Forgot to Include on Your Resume

7 Things a Jobseeker Should Never Include on Their Resume

How to Prepare for Your Interview

Career in Motion: How to Get Things Moving in the Right Direction

Advance with SWE

The environment women engineers face everyday is full of obstacles to advancement including isolation, lack of role models and limited access to informal networks. SWE provides the programs and communities that address issues ranging from leadership training to management tools to networking events to work/life balance workshops. Whether you are just entering the workforce or a seasoned professional, SWE has programs targeted for each stage of your career path.

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