Design Group offers a variety of challenging, growth-oriented career opportunities for engineers, project managers, and other technical specialists. Our professionals routinely engage with the world’s leading companies on technically challenging projects. Design Group has established a proven track record of consistent growth over the last three decades, along with a sustained commitment toward a strong business model and employment stability.
Design Group is committed to growing the career equity of our professionals. We provide our professionals a wide variety of opportunities to learn and grow, develop deep relationships with clients, suppliers and peers, and make meaningful contributions to achieve the goals of our clients and our firm.
Our Rules of the Culture are the foundation of our vibrant culture of growth, success, and fulfillment. Additionally, our unique Professional Development Program provides outstanding opportunities for personal growth and leadership development. We encourage all prospective professionals to learn about our culture during the application process.
Design Group is committed to growth through regional expansion, organic initiatives, and selective acquisition evaluation. With over 45 global offices in the US and India, there is a good chance we have an office or an opportunity near you!
If you have an interest in joining our team, please search our open opportunities. Please note that clicking the below link will take you out of our website and into a Barry-Wehmiller wide job opportunity site that presents openings from across all Barry-Wehmiller divisions.
We are proud to be Equal Employment Opportunity employers. EEO M/F/D/V.
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