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Careers and Employment in Civil Engineering
Two categories of career and employment websites are listed here. This box lists websites devoted exclusively to civil engineering, while the following box lists websites that cover civil engineering and other careers.
AASHTO has information about the major modes of transportation. This site has association activities, conferences, meetings, legislation, standards development, reports and AASHTO documents, and employment opportunities.
Offers certification to professional hydrologists and hydrogeologists. This site provides information on certification requirements, the member registry, and the AIH annual meeting. There are also links to related national and international web resources.
Their mission is to continuously improve the process of creating and sustaining the built environment. They do so by offering education, meetings, job listings, forums and online trade shows, and publications.
The EWRI is a specialty organization of the American Society of Civil Engineers. This web site provides an overview of the Institute and information on its committees, membership, events, career information, and products, such as the Institute's online newsletter, EWRI Currents.
ITE provides news, access to an employment center, meeting and conference information, discussion groups, and several directories Technical information pages on the site include traffic calming, trip and parking generation, road safety audits, and standards development.
This web site from the United Kingdom has information on this organization that includes its meetings, news, education resources, career development, and publications. Their Downloads Library is a database of 100,000 civil engineering documents, many of which are free.
This United Kingdom web site details the activities of this organization such as career and educational materials, certification and examinations, a calendar of events, and has links to member branches throughout the world and to related web resources.
ITS America provides resources on traffic and transit issues that include documents and reports, news, membership information, a career center, reference works, press releases, directories and conference information.
This association encourages relationships in the international transportation industry. Their web site has news, meeting and conference announcements, employment opportunities, and scholarship information.
The DOT home page is a gateway to its programs in air, rail, highway, marine, and intermodal transportation and transportation statistics, research, and safety, adjudication, regulations, and rulemaking, administrative functions, careers, and education in transportation-related fields. There are also links to transportation and other government web pages.
Produced by the U.S. Department of Labor-Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Occupational Outlook Handbook is the Nation′s premier source for career information. For hundreds of different types of jobs the Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you, the training and education needed, salaries, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, working conditions, job search tips, and links to information about the job market in each State. Simply type in the name of the occupation you are interested in learning about, in the A-Z Index.
This website from the scientific publisher Elsevier offers advice on how to plan a successful research career. Included are sections on funding, search and discovery, ethics in research and publishing, writing and publishing, networking, guides and recommended reading, and training webcasts.
Bright searches across all job boards and links you to contacts you already have, so you can use your personal and professional contacts to discover job openings inside companies where you have connections.
You can set up your own resume and cover letter, then use their search strategies to to provide you access to organizations, industry contacts, in-depth industry profiles, detailed occupational intelligence, and world-wide companies.
The public service profession is often misunderstood as a career path. While most people know a job in a public sector is about making a difference, whether at the local, country or international level, few have a full understanding of what kinds of jobs are available. While public service isn’t just about volunteer work or advocating for a charitable cause, it isn’t all about government work either. The goal of this guide is to explain what a career in public service is about, demonstrate how to get a career serving a higher cause and dispel any myths and misunderstandings about public service.
Information and advice on hundreds of employment categories and thousands of schools, to help people find and pursue careers of interest to them. Included are comparative salary data, news summaries, and feature articles.
A career and job site created by women, for women. Fairygodboss helps women get hard-to-ask questions answered. The inside scoop on pay, corporate culture, benefits and work flexibility. Also company ratings, job listings, career advice and discussion boards where women can anonymously review their employers' female-friendliness.
A web-based career-planning tool for Ph.D. students and postdocs in the sciences. It helps you define and pursue your career goals by providing exercises to help you examine your skills, interests, and values, and a list of 20 scientific career paths with a prediction of which ones best fit your skills and interests.
A member-driven, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides a unique, national voice for postdoctoral scholars. Their mission is to to improve the postdoctoral experience by supporting enhanced research training and a culture of enhanced professional growth to benefit scholarship and innovation.
The Riley Guide introduces you to the online job search, listing many online sites and services that are useful for your job search. We do not post jobs nor resumes but instead point you to the places that do.
Simply enter the type of job you are seeking, and the your desired geographical to obtain a listing of available job openings. You can refine your search by job type: permanent, full time, part time, contract, or internship.
This site may be temporarily unavailable. Jobs in the sciences and engineering are among the many types of job openings posted here. You can search both by type of job and location, and you can also post your resume.