Every day, across the United States and around the world, products are manufactured, facilities are constructed, critical bolts are fastened and all types of gases are compressed and turned into energy. This might seem like a collection of unrelated processes, but one company unites them – Atlas Copco.
We believe that there is always a better way. This spirit drives us to provide leading-edge technology, innovative and sustainable products, as well as best in class service to our customers around the globe. That’s where you come in – we believe our people make it happen. We provide a collaborative, inclusive and flexible work environment.
We are looking for the very best engineers – we are looking for people like you. We believe that diversity inspires creativity, gives us different perspectives on topics and drives innovative solutions for customer’s challenges and needs. Diversity brings new ideas to the table and helps us better understand our wide customer base.
Want to know what it's like to work as an engineer within the Atlas Copco Group in the USA - and why a career in engineering or industrial manufacturing is ideal? You're in luck! We've interviewed a few of our talented women engineers for their perspectives on these questions, which we've highlighted below.
Additional stories and interviews are planned, so check back often for more personal insights!
The best thing about being an engineer is that there are so many different hats you can wear. For instance, I have a degree in Chemical Engineering, but my position right now is focused more around mechanical engineering and manufacturing. Engineering gives you a foundation for any discipline or opportunity you may want to tackle.
Atlas Copco is a large, stable company with excellent benefits. Local employees work hard and are always trying to do the right thing for the company and the customer. The best thing about a career in engineering or industrial manufacturing is that you'll be able to find a job doing almost anything. People like to hire engineers!
Meet Melody Miller, President of BeaconMedaes USA, as she talks to Lydia Di Liello on an episode of Women and Manufacturing.