New Brunswick - One of 20 Canadian Sections. Click to enlarge
page en franšais

IEEE Canada
- home
- activities
- education
- professional devel

IEEE USA
- career & employment
Jobs & Careers

IEEE Jobs Image This page contains links to a variety of job related sites. These links are provided for the use of IEEE members as they are generally related to the types of education, training, and skills found within the IEEE membership.

  • Engineering Institute of Canada - careers/jobs - for job seekers and employers

  • IEEE - job site - for members and employers

    IEEE Job Site Offers New Career Opportunities in Canada
    The IEEE Job Site is an online recruitment service that offers all IEEE members exclusive, free access to real-time job-matching capabilities. You can use your IEEE Web Account to register a job candidate profile in five easy steps:
      1. Visit http://www.ieee.org/jobs.
      2. Click on the "IEEE Members" link.
      3. Choose "Register/profile your ideal job" on the landing page.
      4. Complete the basic information for your job candidate profile -
          professional skills, required salary, location of desired position...
      5. Post your resume online and set up a job search agent.

    If you set up a job search agent, positions of interest will automatically be routed to you by e-mail. Your identity can be hidden if you choose not to reveal it to prospective employers when you set up your profile and save your resume online. Just follow the on-screen instructions to do this.

    Take advantage of the expanding technology job opportunities throughout the global community. Within the next month, there will be exciting new job opportunities with ATI, a world leader in the design and manufacture of innovative 3D graphics solutions. The corporate headquarters for ATI is located in Markham, Ontario.

    Whether or not you are actively seeking new employment, please register with the IEEE job site today!

  • IEEE USA - business and consulting

  • Association of Commonwealth Universities - retired academics database - engineers with some academic teaching experience are encouraged to register on this database as universities wish to fill vacancies on a short-term basis

  • Government of Canada - job futures

  • Workopolis - engineering opportunities
For additional information related to careers and business, please visit our non-IEEE links page.

Home Page / www.ieee.ca / Page d'accueil