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Where IEs Work

Almost every kind of business hires industrial engineers and they work in many different kinds of jobs. These are some of the jobs that IIE members are doing:

  • Anheuser-Busch Inc., Manager of Distribution and Logistics
  • Bose Corp., Industrial Engineer
  • Coca-Cola Consolidated Inc., Business Process Design Manager
  • City of Fort Worth, Management Analyst
  • City of Kansas City, City Auditor
  • Deere & Co., Quality Manager
  • Dell, Inc., Project Senior Consultant
  • Estee Lauder Inc., Director of Industrial Engineering
  • Federal Aviation Administration, Industrial Engineer
  • Hasbro, Business Improvement Manager
  • Hershey Foods Corp., Director of Manufacturing
  • Honda of America Manufacturing, Process Engineer
  • Johnson & Johnson, Worldwide Manager of Ergonomics
  • Kraft Food, Distribution Design Project Engineer
  • Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control, Cost Estimator
  • Mayo Clinic, Director of Patient Financial Services
  • McDonald’s, Real Estate Manager
  • Microsoft, User Experience Manager
  • Motorola, Vice President of Supply Chain
  • NASA Kennedy Space Center, Spaceport Technology Development Manager
  • Naval Surface Warfare Center, Human Systems Integration Engineer
  • Nike Inc., Senior Engineer
  • Northeastern University, Dean of Engineering
  • Payless Shoe Source, Manager of Corporate Quality Assurance
  • Sony Disc Manufacturing, Industrial Engineer
  • Target Corp., Senior Recruiter
  • Texas A&M University, Research Engineer
  • Toys R Us, Industrial Engineer
  • Wal-Mart, General Manager
  • Walt Disney World, Director of Costuming & Cosmetology



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