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Engineering Jobs in USA

America is the base of some of the world’s largest industry companies. At Orion Group, we are perfectly positioned to provide all our candidates with the opportunity to acquire a job specific to their needs. We have four offices located in the US, in New Orleans, Anchorage (Alaska), West Illinois and Houston. Subsequently, we are able to provide comprehensive advice to you regarding moving to the USA and the opportunities that open up after doing so. We offer engineering roles in the form of both contract and permanent placements. We have a number of vacancies available in a variety of experience levels, starting from mid-level to senior-level roles. Qualifications required vary dependent on experience but a degree in engineering is almost always required. A variety of cities are catered for including Houston and Kermit.

We have positions in the oil and gas sector, as well as energy. Jobs often become available in other industries such as rail and power, so if you do not see the ideal opportunity, please contact one of our consultants and they will be happy to advise you when the perfect role becomes available.

By locating to North America, you will be easily able to move laterally to similar posts in Mexico, Canada and South America where there are a number of large projects you may be interested in. Engineering in this part of the world is a lucrative sector so you will be well-placed as projects expand and require skilled talent to lead them.

If you would like to look at the current engineering job vacancies available in North America, please click here.

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