Advancing Technologies Help Create Career Opportunities

by | Oct 25, 2013 | Technologies

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

We’ll close the week highlighting a video by Emerson’s Tom Moser, President of the Rosemount Measurement business unit. He is interviewed by GREATER MSP (Minneapolis Saint Paul Regional Economic Development Partnership) about a new facility for the expanding Emerson team.

You may have seen the news about Pervasive Sensing which:

…extends the company’s focus beyond traditional process control and safety systems to address business-critical applications such as site safety, security, reliability, and energy efficiency in oil and gas, refining, chemical, power, mining and other industries, where installing additional sensors has traditionally been physically difficult, expensive or technically challenging.

The technologies and expertise to support these critical applications require talented individuals to make it happen. Listen to this 8:23 interview with Tom on the many reasons for this expansion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fl-tILsLTbE

If you’re interested in finding out more about global career opportunities with Emerson, make sure to visit the Emerson Process Management LinkedIn Careers page. I’d like to feature your expertise here on the blog one day!

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