Supporting Women at
Brindley Engineering

Engineering Jobs for Women: The Women at BE

We are a diverse group of women engineers. We are creative thinkers, athletes, and designers — and we have a great sense of humor. Every woman at Brindley Engineering brings unique values to the company. We have a mother of two who never stops and knows how to manage her time to be great in her roles, both as a mother and as an exceptional designer. We have a woman who has worked at four different refineries in North and South America, and she is an animal lover who lives with her husband and two fur babies. Another great role model is a female engineer with less than six years of experience who is leading a group of 14 people — she is loved and respected by all. There is also a part-time engineer in training who is concurrently a full-time student. The women of Brindley Engineering have different backgrounds, but all have something in common — they are strong, dedicated, hard workers, and they support one another.

Why Does BE Invest in and Support Women in Engineering?

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We believe in diversity of all areas — from gender to culture to age and experience.  Our goal is to eliminate gender bias in the workplace and ensure all voices have equal weight. Having female engineers in leadership positions is a direct reflection of the diversity of our company and can help to attract and retain top talent. Women in STEM and women in engineering can serve as role models to motivate and encourage youth and budding engineers to fulfill their potential.

Why Engineering as a Career?

The women of Brindley Engineering love math and are uber creative! We have the best engineering jobs for women. Engineering fulfills both a creative outlet and a desire to help the world. Engineering requires creative thinkers who bring bold solutions to complex problems. There is such a wide variety of career opportunities too. As an engineer, you can work in a professional setting and still have some flexibility in terms of your job — but you do NOT have to sit behind a desk if you don’t want to.

Engineers have the chance to learn and improve both on the job and through formal education — for example, as a field engineer, designer, program manager, and more. Engineering is a rewarding vocation with promising future growth prospects. It is a fascinating and enjoyable profession. The women of BE work in multidisciplinary, multicultural, multisite teams. Undoubtedly, engineering is an empowering, welcoming, and rewarding career.

Women in Engineering Articles

Courteney fabbri in the brindley engineering office

Meet Courteney Fabbri, Process Engineer II

“I’ve never picked a path that came easy to me for some reason—I always enjoyed a challenge and find challenge more rewarding. Engineering was just that for me.”

Alesia Truong on job site

BE Promotes Alesia Truong to Mechanical Department Manager

“We are an engineering firm that doesn’t look or feel like a typical engineering firm… we are way more colorful and strive to be a place…”

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Meet Cristina Rincon, Mechanical Engineer

“Being a female engineer now a days is way different than 40 years ago. Back then being a female engineer meant breaking stereotypes and…”

woman engineer on site under bridge

A Great Career Worth Pursuing!

BE believes in diversity, from gender, culture, age & experience. Their goal is to eliminate gender bias in the workplace and ensure all voices have equal weight.

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