Over 14,000 female engineers will gather in Anaheim, California, at the Society of Women Engineers’ WE19 Conference from November 7 through 9. WE19 is the world’s largest conference and career fair for women in engineering and technology, providing the opportunity to connect with thousands who share an engineering outlook.
For the first time ever, the Atlas Copco Group will exhibit at the event, showcasing at Booth #1809 the value and opportunities it can offer as an employer. Atlas Copco believes that diversity inspires creativity, providing different perspectives on topics and driving innovative solutions to customer challenges and needs.
“Within Atlas Copco, we have a saying that we only know where the journey begins — where it goes is up to you,” stated Jeff Altemose, vice president of human resources at Atlas Copco North America. “We are looking forward to going to this show for the first time, and to engaging with the talented women who will be there.”
With four distinctive business areas and a presence in over 180 countries, Atlas Copco offers roles ranging from manufacturing and marketing to management and sales. Globally, the Atlas Copco Group comprises over 40 unique, stand-alone brands that work across many industries, including medical, construction, air and gas, aerospace, and motor vehicle production. Its innovations support manufacturers across the globe producing everything from electric cars to wine and beer. The career paths offered are expansive and unique to each employee.
Representatives of many different Atlas Copco Group brands will be on hand at the WE19 booth and will be available to discuss the opportunities that are available for employment candidates. Interested candidates will have the opportunity to register and schedule further in-depth discussions about possible roles and opportunities available within the Atlas Copco Group.
For more information about the Atlas Copco Group, its involvement with WE19, or career opportunities, please connect with Atlas Copco Compressors media contacts.