An application engineer is responsible for the technological development process and for assimilating the technological capability of the companies' customers. An application engineer is a bachelor's degree, usually in one of the real subjects such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering in general, and electronics in particular, materials engineering, physics, or chemistry. In addition, the role of an application engineer includes traveling abroad and working with various customers worldwide.
The position of application engineer requires good interpersonal skills, a sense of service, quick perception, and the ability to cope in accordance with customer requirements. The requirement for the degree and its type varies from place to place depending on the nature of the position. For example, there may be a high level of English requirement, willingness to travel abroad, and experience depending on the type of work.
A testing engineer is a person whose job is to evaluate and test technological products to detect faults. The tests are performed on technological products from various fields, from high-tech to medical technological products. The responsibilities of a testing engineer are usually the development and implementation of testing processes, monitoring of test results, troubleshooting, process automation, and the development of algorithms for this purpose.
Requirements may vary for each position, but standard requirements are usually a relevant bachelor's degree, ability to analyze and test the function of algorithms running complex systems, knowledge of working with MATLAB or similar computational tools, knowledge of one or more software languages - C #, JAVA, C, PYTHON, ability Fast learning, self-discipline, punctuality and rigor. Those who have experience in a field relevant to the job may be given an advantage.
Biomedical engineering provides engineering solutions to various medical problems. A biomedical engineer deals, among other things, with the design and development of medical devices, the development of drugs and treatment technologies, as well as the research of various issues in the life sciences and medicine. Developments in biomedical engineering include tiny robots that move the human body, use tissues and cells to treat cancer, technological implants, and more. The employment opportunities of biomedical engineers may be in medical device development, quality control, software and hardware testing, and electronic systems design.
Job requirements include a degree in biomedical engineering, and there are positions that can be obtained with a degree in mechanical engineering or another scientific degree. Also, experience in industry, startups, or the medical industry, English at a high level is sometimes required, and in some cases, mastery of dedicated software and human relations is required.
A control engineer deals with the design and development of control systems, whose function is to automatically control various processes that take place in electrical, electronics, and communication systems in accordance with the settings of the control system developer. As part of his role, a control engineer designs characterizes, develops, and encodes advanced control and automation systems in various areas of industry. In addition, he deals with preparing reports, troubleshooting and handling them, writing work procedures and their actual implementation, and more.
Control engineers are needed mainly in high-tech companies and industries. Therefore, an appropriate education such as a practical engineer certificate or mechanical engineer, electrical, chemistry, software, physics, optics, and the like is a basic and important admission requirement. This requirement varies, of course, from position to position depending on the field of industry in which the company is engaged. In most cases, previous work experience is also a necessary requirement, as well as excellent command of the English language and appropriate computer software. It is important to note that in order to be accepted for certain jobs, a suitable electrician's license from the Ministry of Labor is required.
Nuclear engineering deals with the technological developments of nuclear sciences and their implications, for example, atomic energy, nuclear radiation and its effect on other materials, chemical analysis using nuclear methods, radionuclides, and isotopes. The field also includes the development of atomic weapons, general research such as nuclear fusion, and medical imaging. A nuclear engineer designs and handles systems that deal with these materials and works in nuclear reactors, power companies, or hospitals. Israel has no academic track for a bachelor's degree in nuclear engineering. However, a master's degree in nuclear engineering can be purchased.
The position of the nuclear engineer may require a degree in nuclear engineering, but in some positions, a degree in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, or chemistry may suffice. In addition, experience in writing reports, technical specifications, process instrumentation design, work procedures, standards, and technical English is sometimes required.
Materials engineer deals with various fields, including discovery and design of new materials, selection of materials for various engineering uses, development of new materials according to industrial needs, improvement of properties of existing materials, development of production processes, and processing of materials. Materials engineers may be integrated into the labor market in places such as universities for research and teaching purposes, startups, high-tech industries, automotive, aerospace, construction materials, biomedical materials, pharmaceuticals, electronic materials, and more.
In order to be hired as a materials engineer, a bachelor's or master's degree from one of the institutions recognized by the MLAG is required.
An electrical engineer is responsible for the development and installation of electrical products and electrical systems, design and implementation of technical drawings, circuit design, testing and installation of electronic components, analysis of results, providing technical support for engineering projects, and improving various products while adhering to engineering standards and customer requirements. Also, an electrical engineer is responsible for testing different types of electrical appliances and equipment like communication systems, car electrical systems, generators, and more.
This job requires a degree in electrical engineering and may require a specific specialization such as electronics. In addition, experience in designing electrical systems, knowledge of electrical panels and drawing tools, knowledge of control systems, learning ability, good English level, and in-depth technological knowledge in electromechanical systems are sometimes required. There may also be a requirement for certain licenses and experience in a specific field.
A production engineer deals with the preliminary planning of production processes as well as accompanying the production when it is carried out. In order to ensure that the final product meets high standards of quality, meets customer needs optimally, and the production process is carried out efficiently, it conducts production control, builds detailed reports, identifies faults and bottlenecks and handles them, responds to production floor workers, adjusts production plan For changes and constraints that occur from time to time, prioritizes tasks, initiates actions to streamline the process and improve the product and more.
Manufacturing engineers are usually needed in the industry, factories, and high-tech. Therefore, relevant academic education, appropriate work experience, and a broad and in-depth understanding of manufacturing processes are very common admission requirements, as many employers are interested in choosing the most professional candidates who "know the job" and can integrate relatively easily and quickly into the companies or factory routine.
Road and traffic engineer
A road and traffic engineer is responsible for planning and improving roads in accordance with significant changes in traffic patterns, existing infrastructure, and technical problems on the road. As part of his job, the engineer researches and collects data on the condition of infrastructure, land, traffic patterns, and public needs in the area where he was asked to design a road. After the research phase, he must design a road that meets the engineering standards of the Ministry of Transport and, at the same time, combines the terrain conditions with an emphasis on long-term safety. Also, the engineer has many other responsibilities, such as writing reports on existing roads, ongoing management with contractors and suppliers, and managing the project schedule and budget.
Most often, a relevant degree such as civil engineering and registration in the register of engineers and architects in traffic and transportation engineering are necessary admission requirements for jobs in this position. Because most of the design work is in building models and simulations, mastering AutoCAD, Era, CivilCAD, and Office software is a significant advantage. Many employers are looking for employees with personal and collective responsibility, with the ability to motivate and promote processes that know how to look at the "full picture."
A product engineer designs new products to meet customer expectations, meet their needs and are convenient and simple to use. To this end, he learns the product's role, selects the most appropriate technologies and raw materials, defines the characteristics of the production process, takes into account costs and production times, and so on.
Employers looking for product engineers place great emphasis on education, experience, and familiarity with design and manufacturing processes. These requirements vary from job to job and depend a lot on the product to be designed, meaning that designing an electrical product will require an engineer with education in electrical engineering or electronics engineering as well as previous experience in the field. Also, knowledge of relevant technologies and computer applications, full command of the English language, ability to take the initiative, creative thinking, and technical sense may help a product engineer to be accepted for the job he is interested in.
Food engineer deals with engineering and development of production components and nutritional supplements, design of biotechnological processes for food production, design and implementation of food security and food preservation processes, accompaniment and consulting for food factories and kitchens, and leading various projects in food and mechanical engineering food laboratories. In addition, a food engineer is responsible for controlling the quality of food in society, public health, and dealing with bodies such as the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agriculture. The workplaces where engineers and food engineers are employed are food companies, factories, public institutions, and companies in the field of production and industry.
The profession of food engineer requires an academic degree from one of the educational institutions recognized by the MLAG, management skills, reliability, good interpersonal skills, passion for the field of food production and development, and well-developed self-learning ability.
Computer engineering is a branch of engineering that combines computer science and electrical engineering. Because of this, a computer engineer is proficient in the fields related to these two topics and combines them in order to develop digital components, programs, design sensors, operating systems, and printed circuits. During the degree, you can take different and varied courses and, in this way, focus on issues of interest in the field.
Computer engineers have extensive knowledge so they can man many jobs in various jobs such as high-tech companies, start-ups, government bodies, etc. Requirements may vary from job to job. For example, a company that deals with medical developments will give an advantage to those with experience in developing medical device products. Other companies may give an advantage to those with experience in software testing and those with knowledge of different programming languages.
Air conditioning engineer
An air conditioning engineer is a mechanical engineer who specializes in air conditioning or has undergone training in air conditioning. His job is to design air conditioning systems for homes, shopping centers, public buildings, factories, and the like. The engineer designs the system oversees its construction, and is responsible for the technical aspect and customer response. Responsibilities may vary between jobs.
Standard requirements are usually a degree in mechanical engineering with specialization in air conditioning, control of relevant software such as Revit and AutoCAD, familiarity with the BIM model, experience in HVAC systems programming, high-level English, familiarity with SAP, excellent human relations, responsibility, well-developed technical sense, management skills, Ability to work under pressure and meet schedules, familiarity with government standards and familiarity with Office software.
The field of mechanical engineering is one of the broadest and most thorough fields of engineering, which deals with turning scientific discoveries into products that are beneficial to society. As part of his job, a mechanical engineer is responsible for preparing various technical specifications, budget management, monitoring operational performance indicators, and dealing with current problems related to the technical field, quality field, and raw material field. In addition, mechanical engineers develop, design, manufacture, and maintain diverse systems, including automated production machines and systems, production and service robots, sophisticated moving systems such as vehicles, aircraft, and ships, control and guidance systems, and power plants for standard and alternative energy production.
The position requires a degree in mechanical engineering, initiative, and the ability to work independently. Also, a mechanical engineer works in front of internal and external organizational interfaces, such as consultants and contractors, so there is a demand for good human relations. Sometimes a high level of English and relevant experience are required, depending on the type of job.
The role of a sales engineer includes sales and promotion of transactions, providing quotes, monitoring and control management, involvement in business development, customer support, and providing technical support. Sales engineers are engineers who are engaged in selling the relevant products and are required to work in various industry companies like software industries, machinery, measuring equipment, and more. In addition, the role includes working with manufacturers and customers, building and characterizing technical specifications, and providing engineering solutions to customers.
The position requires a degree in engineering, or practical studies in some cases, sales orientation, good human relations, ability to negotiate, high ability to express oneself orally and in writing, representativeness, and the ability to make relationships with both new and old customers. There may also be a high level of English requirement and experience in developing and selling products.
Today, one can find a systems engineer who operates his entire technical aspect in any large-scale engineering project. The engineer accompanies the project throughout, from the first stages of development in which the need for the project is examined and procedures are formulated in order to implement it, to assist in the day-to-day running of the project, including improvement and maintenance when it enters the market. Sometimes, several systems engineers can work on a single project at each job level, with the chief engineer sharing with the project manager the responsibility for its successful completion.
Because this position is in demand in a wide variety of fields, many employers require this degree in engineering in the field relevant to their company (electrical engineering/information systems/data processing, etc.). In addition, past experience and an in-depth understanding of the company's field are significant advantages. Moreover, this position requires thoroughness, attention to detail, multitasking, and the ability to process and deduce data at a high level.
An environmental engineer is responsible for maintaining and conserving proper water, soil and air for humans and animals in their living environment. To ensure this, the environmental engineer advises and assists various companies in the field of construction and infrastructure on how to act in a way that will lead to minimal damage to nature and even benefit it environmentally. First, the engineer must research in depth the environment in which the company he represents is interested in building or renovating and understand the environmental factors from which it is affected. Then, through the use of engineering and scientific principles, he must find solutions that his company can apply during planning and construction and thus minimize environmental damage. The environmental engineer has many and varied areas of practice, including in-depth environmental research, pollution control, writing control reports, waste recycling, water consumption management, and more.
In recent years, the field of environmental engineering has been growing stronger, and the demand for this job is rising significantly. Standard requirements for this position are a degree in civil engineering, responsibility, service, thoroughness, and the ability to analyze situations and process data at a high level. Also, this job combines office work along with fieldwork, so a driver’s license is a significant advantage for many employers.
The field of plastics engineering combines art and industrial production, and in fact, it is an essential and diverse field that has intensified and developed in recent years. From a water bottle or pacifier to medical equipment and furniture, every plastic product we use in our daily lives has a plastics engineer behind its design and planning. Therefore, in every company engaged in mass and industrial production, a plastics engineer is responsible for the planning, design, and development of various plastic products. Thanks to the fact that plastic is an easy raw material to change and process, any plastics engineer can express creativity while maintaining practicality and easy and accessible use to the product user.
Most plastics engineers are employed in factories and development companies. Because it is a field that combines engineering and design, this profession requires a basic knowledge of chemistry and physics and, at the same time, also requires creativity and thinking outside the box. Also, a bachelor's degree in plastics engineering is usually required. Previous experience in the relevant field (furniture/children's games / medical equipment, etc.) may be of great value to many employers.
A component engineer deals with the development of various electronic components such as resistors, cables, chips, and more. As part of his work, a component engineer characterizes new or replacement components that accompany their development and production processes throughout and conducts quality control to ensure that the components fulfill their purpose, meet high-quality standards, and meet customer expectations and needs. They also respond to customers, prepare various reports, and work with external suppliers from Israel or abroad as well as with the company's various departments such as the production floor, procurement, development teams and more.
In order to engage in component engineering, it is usually necessary to have an education as a practical engineer or electronics engineer and previous relevant employment experience. Practical knowledge accumulated while working in the industry is valuable to many employers, as experienced candidates can integrate into the company's regular work routine easily and without the need for lengthy training. Other standard admission requirements are a full command of the English language, familiarity with appropriate software and computer systems, and more.
A process engineer is responsible for every process that takes place in the company in which he is employed. Whether it is in the initial planning and development stages or in the industrial production stages after the product is launched, every process carried out in the company needs the approval of the process engineer. The engineer is usually subordinate to the process department and is part of a control team. The responsibility of the process engineer are many and include research and collection of process data from the company's systems, participation and leadership of improvement and control teams, planning and construction of mass production lines, writing reports to streamline and improve production processes, and more.
In order to engage in process engineering, a bachelor's degree in engineering relevant to the company's field of business (civil / systems / electrical, etc.) is required. In addition, previous experience in process engineering and recognition of required standards in the company's field of practice may be a significant advantage to the employer. In light of the great responsibility involved in this job, many employers are looking for employees with a systemic vision and a deep understanding of production processes, organizational ability, and order, ability to withstand pressures, and high-level human relations.
A software engineer is responsible for designing and developing software solutions, accompanying projects according to the characterization of requirements and needs, providing technical solutions to various problems throughout the software life cycle, documenting processes, and analyzing systems. Also, the responsibilities of the software engineer include efficient code writing or code writing in different languages, technical testing, producing technical specifications, improving applications, technical designs, research, and use of new technologies. Engineers and software engineers can work in high-tech companies, startups, and IT companies.
Most jobs require a bachelor's degree in software engineering or computer science, knowledge of programming languages at a particularly high level, familiarity with software, hardware, and various interfaces, and the ability to develop algorithms. In addition, experience in software engineering projects, experience in writing characterization documents, and experience in developing complex systems, system vision, and English at a good level are usually required.
Industrial and Management Engineer
An industrial and management engineer deals with designing, implementing, and continuously improving organizational systems that integrate people, materials, equipment, and information. In most projects, an industrial and management engineer is also responsible for overseeing the execution of the processes in accordance with the resource planning he has determined and for advancing the work accordingly. Industrial and management engineers use scientific tools to solve various problems in the organization, using information from various fields such as performance research, simulation, computer science, statistics, economics, management, work research, and more.
The profession requires a degree in industrial engineering and management, good interpersonal skills, as the work is done in most cases in front of many factors, planning ability, ability to develop systems, common sense, assertiveness, systemic thinking, and organizational ability. Sometimes experience is required, depending on the workplace, and control of certain software such as MS-PROJECT.
A communications engineer deals with the design of communications systems. As part of his job, a communications engineer is responsible for the development and production of communications equipment and devices such as radio, satellite communications, telephones, Internet, communications networks, cellular sites, and bandwidth technologies, as well as the establishment and maintenance of VOIP networks and CONTACT CENTER systems. In addition, a communications engineer plans, researches, and monitors the performance of the production and development process of systems while documenting the processes, providing technical support, identifying and diagnosing bugs, and providing a solution by solving the problems. Communications engineers are integrated in a variety of high-tech companies or in various industries, such as computer services companies and security companies.
The position requires a degree in communications engineering, communications systems engineering, or electrical engineering with a specialization in communications, in some places, practical engineering studies. Also, experience in communications, switches, and routers, setting up and maintaining VOIP networks, and working with Cisco, Juniper, and Check Point products is often required.
A physicist is concerned with the study of the fundamental laws of nature, as they are expressed in any observable system. A physicist studies object movements, material behavior, energy research, and the effect of certain laws of nature on the sequence of space and time. The goal of a physicist is to formulate theories and laws through research done through experiments, observations, and findings. Physicists are active primarily in universities, teaching, and research. Physicists are also needed in laboratories and research institutes in the medical, pharmaceutical, and high-tech industries to develop products and perform experiments.
In order to be a physicist, a first, second, or third degree in physics is required from one of the educational institutions recognized by the MLAG. In addition, most positions require high-level English, initiative and independent work ability, responsibility, ability to lead processes, good human relations, and teamwork. Sometimes there may be a requirement for practical experience depending on the type of job.
Engineers and Sciences
The engineering industry is considered part of the high-tech industry, which uses technology and science to improve the quality of human life. The many developments in the field of technology in recent decades have opened doors to a variety of new areas of practice, included in the engineering industry. In almost every field we can think of, from the environment to medicine, one can find a direct connection to the engineering professions. This is a significant advantage over other areas because each engineer has the option to choose their area of expertise according to their personal interests.
The demand for engineers in the market is directly affected by the state of the industry in the country, so today, the demand for engineers of all kinds is on a strong upward trend, which causes employers to offer above-average employment conditions and wages. However, it is essential to remember that engineering studies are challenging and include studies in mathematics, chemistry, and physics, so to become an engineer requires highly developed analytical thinking.
A biotechnology engineer works in the biotech industry, and his role includes developing biological solutions based on technological-engineering systems to improve human health and quality of life. For example, a biotechnology engineer investigates genetic traits, cells, tissues, and organisms in his work and uses them, among other things, to produce medicines, food products, control of infections, and ecological conservation. Also, a biotechnology engineer integrates with the industrial research processes like the development of preservatives or chemicals, deals with medical equipment, and in order to improve his success in the field, deals with fields such as artificial intelligence, biochemistry, engineering, statistics, and bioinformatics. In addition, biotechnology engineers can work in various fields such as agriculture, food, environment, cosmetics, and medicine.
In order to work in these positions, a degree in biotechnology engineering is required, or to come from a background of studies such as chemistry, medicine, or pharmacy. Also, work experience in biotech companies or a GMP environment is sometimes required. The work usually involves working with authorities in order to obtain the necessary approvals for the production and distribution of the product. Therefore good, thorough, and sometimes good English interpersonal skills are required.
A chemist studies a material's composition, the material structure, the properties of matter, and the changes that occur in the material during interaction with energy or with another material. The purpose of the chemist's job is to improve the quality of the existing product, as well as to plan and develop chemical reactions in order to produce additional materials. Chemists are involved in the industry in many fields, including food plants, gas plants, armaments plants, the plastics industry, the pharmaceutical industry, and more. In addition, chemists are integrated into the fields of analysis, research, and development at universities and scientific institutes.
Working in various analytical laboratories such as a laboratory for testing drugs, quality control in factories or burners requires a bachelor's degree in chemistry or chemical engineering, thoroughness, order and cleanliness, sharp vision, and attention to detail. Sometimes a high level of English and relevant experience are required depending on the job. Postgraduate studies provide the opportunity to teach in academic institutions and engage in advanced research on the environment, energy substitutes, medicines, and more.
A Digital Signal Processing Engineer (DSP) is responsible for developing, writing software for signal processors, and testing advanced algorithms by performing simulations, characterizing the algorithm, debugging, and formulating ways to optimize. DSP engineers can work in various industries such as high-tech, consumer products, systems, Medical, communications, defense, automotive, aerospace, etc. During its work, a DSP engineer is required to perform in real-time an efficient implementation of a wide range of data processing algorithms such as voice, video, and communications.
In most cases, a degree in electrical engineering or computer science is required for the position, and it is sometimes possible to be accepted with any other engineering degree with an open mind and a willingness to study. Also, technical knowledge of C and ++ C, a basic understanding of digital signal processing, and several years of experience in practical development and management of engineering groups are often required.
The kernel engineer specializes in the core engineering of operating systems. As part of his role, the kernel engineer develops Linux support packages, implements systems, provides training and support to users, and participates in developing and designing software and hardware for storage or security products. In addition, the kernel engineer develops and tests core subsystems and drivers, detects storage products and code kernel errors, including addresses core issues, and optimizes the code to improve performance. A kernel engineer can be integrated into this role in a variety of software, hardware, cyber and other companies.
A kernel engineer position requires a degree in computer science or software or electronics engineering, and there may be few jobs that will not require this. Most jobs require familiarity with the core environment of Linux or Windows, experience with embedded RTOS like Nucleus, VxWorks, or Linaro, experience with the PCIe interface, including SRIOV. Also, most jobs require experience in developing software writing in C or C ++.
Real Time Engineer
A Real-Time Engineer or RT Engineer specializes in designing and developing systems that respond at a fixed and predefined frequency. The RT engineer is part of the company's development team and participates in development projects on various scales. As part of his job, he characterizes the software, builds and manages work plans, writes code, and works in collaboration with various company departments such as firmware, hardware, and more.
Working in Real Time Engineering requires a relevant bachelor's degree in fields such as computer science, software engineering, electrical engineering, and more. Also, there is a need for extensive knowledge and experience in writing code in C or C ++ languages , as well as getting to know different operating systems. In addition, since most real-time software is written for embedded systems, experience with these systems is required. Finally, there are employers who see great importance in knowledge and experience that are specific to the company's field of practice, excellent command of the English language, management skills, and the ability to work in a team.
RF-Radio Frequency Engineer specializes in circuits that produce radio waves. As part of his role, an RF engineer designs, implements, and maintains wireless communication systems in order to optimize the performance of existing wireless networks, ongoing maintenance of existing equipment, design RF drawings to build new wireless networks, analyze data and draw conclusions for optimization. In addition, other tasks within the role of RF engineer are the development of the production process for products, responsibility for supervising and directing the production of radio frequency devices and components, testing equipment, and documenting tasks in records. The employment opportunities of many engineers and RF engineers include communications companies, the military, and research and development companies.
An RF engineer job requires a degree in software, computer, or electronics engineering, sometimes a different engineering degree depending on the job. Requirements for an RF engineer job include the ability to understand and analyze KPIs, RF circuit design, knowledge of LTE networks, Excel proficiency, experience with software such as MapInfo, Siterra, Atoll, advanced mathematical abilities, technical document writing, physical equations, and practical applications. Experience in working with IP-based communication, installation, and installation equipment may be required.
Aerospace engineering deals with the development, control, and engineering design of airborne systems such as aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, and gliders, using the exact principles of science. The role of aeronautical engineers includes, among other things, the examination of new technologies, the construction of simulations, the design and execution of flight tests, and the analysis of aircraft forces.
An aeronautical engineer in the Air Force, defense industries such as Rafael, the aerospace industry, the military industry, and robotics companies are usually required. So yes, experience is often required in simulations, database preparation, flight experiments, and experience in leading projects in the field.
Civil Engineering is engaged in the research, planning, execution, management, supervision, and operation of all the infrastructure necessary for the existence of developed modern life. There are several sub-fields in civil engineering, including building engineering, transportation engineering, water engineering, and construction management. That is, the job of a civil engineer is to plan and accompany the process of construction of buildings like bridges, residential projects, skyscrapers, ballrooms, or even desalination facilities, from start to finish, down to the smallest details. In addition, a civil engineer supervises and verifies that the construction process is conducted in accordance with the outlined plan and that it meets the required quality and safety standards.
Working in the field requires a degree in civil engineering. In addition, there may be a requirement for a particular field depending on the job and familiarity with relevant software such as AutoCAD. As part of his work, the building engineer maintains continuous contact with all those involved in the project, from the architect to the contractor, the construction workers on site, and the customers, and therefore good human relations, project management ability, and willingness to work in the field and office are required. There may also be a requirement for a good level of English and relevant experience.
A quality engineer is a person whose job is to take care of the quality of the product throughout all stages of its production. Its purpose is for the product to be of high quality and meet customer expectations and be safe to use. Quality engineers use the knowledge they have accumulated during the product's design, development, and production stages to identify errors in the production process and ensure that the finished product is of high quality and safe. The job usually includes leading quality processes, conducting customer audits, managing customer complaints, writing quality procedures, performing internal audits, and preparing quality agreements.
Quality engineers can integrate into any field in the industry because one has to make sure that the products marketed to the stores meet strict standards and are safe to use. Requirements vary by job, but standard requirements are a quality engineer certificate or a degree in quality engineering, education relevant to the company's field, familiarity with international standards, technical understanding, control of computer applications and relevant software, and more.
Complex and sophisticated machines are made up of many components and different subsystems. The job of an integration engineer is to create a connection between the components and the systems and calibrate the machine, that is, to make sure that all the components and subsystems work together in optimal synchronization and that the machine works as one complete unit. The work of an integrator includes conducting many tests in laboratory and field conditions, locating and resolving faults in real-time, leading processes to improve the machine's performance, and sometimes installing and operating it for the customer.
Engaging in integration engineering requires an engineering degree in a relevant field such as electricity, electro-optics, or computer science, as well as extensive knowledge in physics, optics, programming, and fine mechanics. This challenging role allows the engineer to express many skills and abilities such as creative thinking, problem-solving ability, broad systemic vision, attention to detail, and more. Standard admission requirements for integration engineer jobs are an excellent command of the English language, relevant work experience, knowledge of programming languages , and more.
An electro-optic engineer deals with the application of the operating principles of laser, fiber optics, and integral optics components. With the development of many electro-optical technologies in recent years, the demand for this profession has increased significantly. An electro-optic engineer can be integrated into the industry in various companies that manufacture optical components or imaging systems in various roles depending on his specialization, for example, imaging and image processing systems, optical communications, optoelectronic devices, and more. For example, the engineer can work as the director of a research laboratory or as part of a control team that thoroughly inspects the products of the company in which he is employed in all their optical aspects. In this role, he must investigate in-depth electro-optical sensing equipment, conduct a mapping of optical equipment and finally analyze and process this data into a concise and detailed report.
Work in this field requires a degree in electro-optics engineering, as well as many employers, require experience in the use of optical testing equipment and RF testing, knowledge of optical systems and sensing systems, and familiarity with the field of experimental and theoretical physics. In addition, this position requires people with personal and collective responsibility, thorough and organized with attention to the smallest details, and with the ability to analyze situations and process data at a high level.
An electronics engineer is an electrical engineer who has applied to specialize in the field of electronics engineering. An electronics engineer is involved in all project phases, from design through development to prototype testing and manufacturing. An electronics engineer is considered a highly sought-after position in the high-tech industry, combining a wide range of fields in his work, from complex SoC development, medical equipment, car or aircraft sensors, complex systems development, technical specifications, product testing, and more. An electronics engineer is a challenging profession that varies from company to company, depending on customer needs and technological developments.
The position of electronics engineer requires a degree, usually a requirement for a graduate in electrical engineering. Also, experience in the field, familiarity with programming languages, knowledge of technical English, knowledge of electronic components, signal processing, development of electronic facilities, and design of electrical circuits may be required. In addition, electronics engineers are required to discover independent learning abilities in new areas and problem-solving abilities while gradually and continuously improving.