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Connecting Job-seeking Engineers With New Opportunities

February 27, 2023 by Dale Wilson

As layoffs cause disruption in our industry, EE Power wants to help connect out-of-work engineers with interesting new job prospects.

It’s been distressing to see this recent flood of layoffs hitting this electronics industry that we love. That got the EE Power team thinking: “How can we do our part to help?”


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Our motto at EETech Media is “Helping Engineers Engineer the Future.” But that future is difficult to achieve when so many quality engineers are out of work. It also doesn’t help that so many great companies are having a hard time finding top engineering talent.

With all that in mind, we’d like to help make some connections. Let’s be clear: We don’t expect to compete with the big job recruitment sites. That said, we know that our EE Power audience makes us a great matchmaker between the companies creating amazing new electronics products and the gifted engineers that love working on exciting technology. 


For Companies Seeking Engineers

So, if you are a company with an important and exciting engineering job that you would like to fill today, we are going to ask you to answer a few short questions:

  • Job title
  • Company name
  • Why is this job awesome? 
  • Who is your ideal candidate?
  • Where is the job located?
  • Where can candidates apply?

No cost. No gimmicks. Just a chance for us to give back to our engineering community. Roughly every two weeks (if this goes well), we plan to hand-select the best jobs to post in an article that we’ll post here on EE Power.

If you are ready to submit your job opening for consideration, please complete this short Google form. Because we want to cast a broad reach, we’re limiting it to one job posting per company per month.


For Job Hunters

We know you already enjoy reading EE Power’s top-notch articles every day. But keep on the lookout for our upcoming “Power Professional” posts highlighting these awesome available jobs with you, the power engineering professional, in mind.

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