Job adds for graduate engineering



From personal point of view of the job description presented by the Manpower organization, the company seems to be looking for qualified personnel who are likely to offer the services to the customers as per their considerations. In the common business market, the employer considers the acquaintance, ability and the attribute of specific personnel before employing him or her (Lichtenstein, D. 2010, 91). In line with the theory, the company has also considered knowledge, skill and the attributes of the person applying for the job.

Considering the familiarity and the knowledge in the field of electrical engineering, the company prefers an individual who has hardly earned BSEE or BET in electrical engineering that is the educational consideration of the job opportunity. Moreover, the organization demands on the applicants’ skill in terms of capability in the operations associated with the engineering projects. The capability preferred by the company is in terms of scheduling, conducting, coordinating, and the planning of the engineering projects.

Conclusively, a nationwide survey conducted at the various US companies over the past years reveals that most of the managers emphasizes on the attributes that are not taught in class and relatively difficult to acquire. This is because the attributes majorly from the hard skills could enhance the employees’ innovativeness in the company (Lichtenstein, D. 2010, 87). To the relation, Manpower Company talks about the technical knowledge of the principles and the practices of electrical engineering that are rarely taught in class. Therefore, from the consideration, it is evident that the applicant should have done personal research and conducted visits to the electrical engineering firms. In summary, the concern would help in satisfying Manpower consideration on lighting, power distribution and the building specialty.


Lichtenstein, D. R. 2010. The relationships among manager-, employee-, and customer- company applicant identification. Journal of Retailing, 86(1), pp. 85-93.