5 Companies Hiring Entry-Level Engineers

These companies are looking for entry-level engineers to help them stay competitive in an evolving landscape.

Written by Margo Steines
Published on Apr. 19, 2024
5 Companies Hiring Entry-Level Engineers
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Technology influences almost every aspect of modern life, making the skills and contributions of engineers more valuable than ever. The demand for entry-level engineers is especially high as companies seek new talent with fresh perspectives to stay competitive and meet evolving customer needs. The following companies are hiring entry-level engineers in aerospace, medtech and more. 

Top Companies Hiring Entry-Level Engineers

  • Northrop Grumman
  • Honeywell
  • Stryker
  • Texas Instruments
  • Emerson

 

Companies Hiring Entry-Level Engineers

Northrop Grumman is an aerospace, defense and security firm that works with the Department of Defense and the intelligence community to engineer innovative tech products to enable a safer world. The company operates an internship and early-career program that recruits candidates from a wide variety of fields to work on aerospace, cyber, manufacturing, engineering, information technology, business management and logistics projects.  

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Honeywell is a major name in aerospace, building tech, performance materials and safety solutions for the industry. In the area of automation, Honeywell’s solutions include proprietary warehouse and conveyor systems that complement human workers and improve safety. The company runs several early-career training programs, including an engineering rotational program, which gives recruits hands-on training in a variety of engineering contexts.  

 

Stryker is a medtech company that makes surgical nails, external limb fixation systems, locking plates, bone substitutes, joint solutions and other products surgeons use in the treatment of bone fractures and disease. It operates rotational programs, which give entry-level team members accelerated training in specific areas like finance and accounting, manufacturing operations and engineering. These programs offer candidates exposure to different disciplines within their fields.   

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In addition to the graphing calculator you had in high school, Texas Instruments makes semiconductors for electronic systems. The company handles design, engineering, production, testing and sales of these products, which it markets to automotive, industrial, personal electronics and communications clients. Texas Instruments fosters early-career talent through its Career Accelerator Program, which gives participants technical training and hands-on learning.

 

Emerson engineers hardware and software products that support safety and automation across industries like life sciences, oil and gas, food and beverage, electronics, medical and automotive. Emerson recruits from top engineering schools for its two-year rotational program that includes one U.S. assignment and one global assignment that typically lasts one year. Candidates work closely with senior executives during this training period, and are then placed in permanent roles.

Mia Goulart and Rose Velazquez contributed reporting to this story.

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