An Industrial Engineer manages industrial production processes in order to eliminate waste and increase efficiency on the production line. This can include eliminating waste of time, money, materials, and manpower, among other things.
Industrial Engineers study, develop, and manipulate systems in order to develop the most efficient processes possible. Industrial Engineers must have general business knowledge as well as knowledge within mathematics, social sciences, and engineering to gain, analyze, predict, and evaluate data.
Industrial Engineer responsibilities may include:
An Industrial Engineer is critical to improving a business’s bottom line. In order to maximize efficiency and minimize waste, a skilled Industrial Engineer will:
To qualify for an entry level position, candidates must have at least a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering or a similar field. For those who wish to specialize within a certain field, a Master’s degree will provide the education needed. In order to gain a job in the academic world, a Doctorate in Industrial Engineering is typically required.START INTERVIEW NOW START INTERVIEW NOW
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