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Energy Jobline provides a range of mechanical engineering jobs within the energy industry worldwide. Mechanical engineering is viewed as one of the most diverse disciplines within engineering. Most industries require some form of mechanical technology and as a result there are huge opportunities across multiple sectors. Employment opportunities exist in a range of sectors including the energy industry with a great range of locations and opportunities for both junior and senior level mechanical industry professionals.

Mechanical Engineering Jobs

Working as a Mechanical Engineer

Energy Jobline provides mechanical engineering jobs in the UK, wider Europe, North America and Asia. Typical starting salaries for mechanical engineers range from between £20,000 to £28,000. With further experience mechanical engineers can earn in excess of £70,000 and a contract rate upwards of £600/day.*

Generally most mechanical engineering work involves a combination of both office based work and site visits. As found in many engineering sectors, women are highly un-represented. 

Energy Jobline offers the latest mechanical engineering jobs with a range of employers and recruitment agencies worldwide within the oil and gas, renewables and power/nuclear sectors. Generally a degree or higher level degree is required to enter into the field of mechanical engineering. Post-graduate qualifications will improve your employment opportunities but is not usually seen as a pre-requisite for most engineering jobs. It is however possible to enter into mechanical engineering without a degree with the right training via an HND or foundation degree.

To continue developing and improve your skills (and potential earnings in the future) it is worth becoming a membership of a professional body such as the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) or the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET).

Key Skills

Individuals require high technical and scientific skills with the capabilities of solving technical problems. Good communication skills, as well as organisational and IT skills are also very useful within mechanical engineering jobs.

*Salary data based on Energy Jobline index salary reports

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