Fri 26 Sep, 2008 05:03 pm
I have a project and part of the project is to interview someone in the engineering field I chose, which is computer engineering. Here are the questions.
What is your job title?
Where do you work?
How did you get this job?
What does your company do?
How long have you been employed as an engineer?
What are the duties and responsibilities of your job?
What are the other specializations in your field of engineering?
What are some of the projects you've worked on?
What project are you most proud of?
Is any part of your job hazardous or dangerous?
How much of your time is spent on the computer?
Are there any specific tools or equipment required for your job?
Do you work alone or with other engineers?
What other types of engineers do you work with?
How mich knowledge of other fields of engineering do you need to know in order to perform your job?
What is your work attire?
What do you like most about your job?
What do you dislike about your job?
What are there advancement opportunities with this type of engineering?
Is there continuing education & professional development offered where you work?
Where did you go to college?
How long did it take to earn your degree?
What kinds of courses did you have to take?
What are the average beginning and top pay one could expect to earn working in this profession?
How many hours do youu work per week?
What kind of benefits do you get?
Do you have to travel, if so how much?
In what kind of environment is the work done?
Is it possible to work at home (telecommute, etc.)?
Were there any certifications, training, test or licenses you had to get before you become an engineer?
Is this what you though you were going to do in high school?
Do you have any advice for someone interested in becoming an engineer?
Is there anything you want to add?
I don't think you can expect an answer to this here. You are expecting someone to, out of the blue, perform a task that takes a lot of time.
I would suggest you find someone you know that you can interview in person. This is much more reasonable since giving verbal responses (that you would write) is much easier than all that typing.