Career Opportunities

Take a close look at career opportunities at DTI.

  • Explore exciting state-of-the-art technologies.
  • Collaborate with world-class scientists and engineers.
  • Be involved through the entire product cycle, design through delivery.
  • Work where your professional development will be rapid.
  • Work where your contributions will be recognized.

DTI engineers work as part of a development team managing project budgets, schedules, and the attainment of technical goals. We seek candidates who can handle difficult technical problems, consult effectively at client sites, and assume responsibility for entire projects.
  
Benefits
DTI offers an excellent benefits package that includes health, dental, life, and disability insurance; 401k,tuition reimbursement;10 paid holidays, sick leave, and 15 days vacation beginning the first year.

DTI is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.

Available Positions:

  • Diversified Technologies, Inc. (“DTI”) seeks an electrical engineer to join the systems design development team of a growing, high technology business. The work involves design, construction, installation and testing of specialized, high-power electrical equipment for industrial and government applications. Read more.about the available Electrical Engineer and Electrical Engineer II positions.
  • Diversified Technologies, Inc. (“DTI”) seeks a mechanical engineer to join the systems design development team of a fast growing, high technology business. The work involves design, construction, installation and testing of specialized, high-power electrical equipment for industrial and government applications. Read more about the Mechanical Engineer position.

Career Fairs

  • Umass Lowell Career Fair, October 18, 2018

Testimonials from summer 2018 interns:
"I definitely had a great experience, and I learned a lot more than I thought I would. I haven't heard of many people who were able to be hands-on in projects or work on important things like writing material for proposals in their internships. I also really appreciated that whenever I had questions I did feel like I could ask them, and people gave me lots of books and reference materials to borrow so that when I read proposals or started working on a new project I didn't often feel lost, as I very easily could have..."

"Overall I think the small-company atmosphere contributed greatly to my internship experience. I really enjoyed spending time on the floor both building and testing rigs, as well as sitting in the office brainstorming ideas and working on proposals. Had I been at a larger company, I don't think I would have seen as many aspects of the engineering design process that occurs daily. I'm grateful for the exposure and am sure it will help me as I begin my capstone project this semester and in any jobs I may take in the future.."

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