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Engineering Managers combine their technical experience with project management skills to effectively oversee complex company projects. They’re responsible for planning, coordinating and directing the operational activities of employees for different departments. Engineering Managers also confer with senior management and provide routine reports on the progress of a project.
While there is no specific path to becoming an Engineering Manager, most employers require that candidates have several years of experience heading projects. Engineering Managers may also be tasked with recruiting and training employees, reviewing and approving product designs, and developing and implementing operational policies in line with industry standards.
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