Robotics experts wanted by the U.S. Department of Labor

  • July 08, 2008
  • News
The U.S. Department of Labor seeks occupational experts (OEs) for the occupations of Robotics Engineers and Robotics Technicians. Experts will be asked to provide information relating to the Robotics occupation for use in the the Occupational Information Network (O*NET®) national program.The O*NET Program serves employers, human resource professionals, job counselors, and labor market analysts across the country who depend on occupational information to perform their daily work. Individuals who are exploring and planning careers also use O*NET information. The U.S. Department of Labor needs your help to keep this information current.For O*NET data collection purposes, OEs usually have five or more years of experience with an occupation. They may also have experience as a supervisor or trainer as well as the expertise to rate the occupation on skills, tasks, knowledge areas, work context factors, and work activities. Occupational experts will be asked to complete O*NET questionnaires to provide information on their field of expertise. Their contribution to this program will ensure that the occupational information provided in the O*NET database is current and accurate.Your participation in this effort is voluntary. Yet, participation by you and other occupational experts is vital to the success of this important program. To participate in this program, please click the "Request more information" link at the top and bottom of this page. Learn More

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