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What is an Integration Engineer?

An integration engineer is responsible for developing solutions that an organization needs. The solution itself can be very vague and will depend on a number of factors such as what the industry the organization is in. This can vary from creating custom software for a specific need to developing custom hardware and machinery.

Responsibilities

An integration engineer often plans, designs and implements the integration process. This can also include creating documentation for the process so that future managers and engineers know how to solve potential issues.

The process often starts by communicating with the client to see what their needs are. This eventually leads to test plan specifications and working with clients through analysis and design of the solution that is to be integrated.

Qualifications & Skills

In most cases, a bachelor’s degree or higher in a computer science field is required for the position of an integration engineer. Experience may also be required depending on the employer and the projects they plan to include you on.

Job Outlook

Integration engineers are responsible for many tasks, so the demand for them is high due to their flexibility and the services they offer. However, freelancing is much better option in terms of job outlook than a full-time position.

This is because freelancing gives you the opportunity to work on a variety of projects, and you’re able to set your own costs. In addition, there’s far more work available if you’re willing to network and connect with a number of different companies that can offer you more opportunities.

Pay Scale Range

As per PayScale, an integration engineer can expect to be paid around $82,720 on average for their salary. This can range from $55,000 to $118,000 depending on factors such as experience, certifications, and expertise.

However, this does not reflect the income that could be earned by a freelance integration engineer. While a freelancer typically needs to look for their work, pay rates can be much higher and will vary depending on your personal experience, portfolio and what the client is willing to pay to have you solve their needs.

How can Field Engineer Help?

Field Engineer is a global marketplace of engineering talent that benefits both freelancers and businesses.

As a freelancer, you’ll be connected with thousands of businesses around the world that will be more than happy to offer you integration work no matter where you are. Whether it’s giving technical direction to your clients or developing specifications, you’ll experience a varied workload with Field Engineer. You’ll be able to build your personal brand as well as network with multiple businesses around the world to boost your earning potential.

As a business, you’ll find many integration engineers all over the world that are ready to tackle on-site jobs overseas. All engineers of Field Engineer are vetted and certified, meaning you’ll have peace of mind when hiring an integration engineer from us and you’ll find that a freelancer can be more affordable than a full-time employee.

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