How to become a Production Engineer | Career Paths & Education | Open Universities Australia

How to become a production & industrial engineer

Use project management and engineering skills to develop industrial and mechanical processing facilities.

What does a production & industrial engineer do?

Duties and tasks

  • Coordinate labour and manpower at building sites.
  • Design layout for future industrial facilities.
  • Determine the cost effectiveness of given programs and mechanical projects.
  • Develop plans for mechanical processes and systems.
  • Draw up plans for mechanical equipment and machines.
  • Inspect machinery to ensure everything is up to specified code.

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