Vice President of Engineering

VP’s of Engineering work in a management role to oversee the implementation and modification of software. Techpros places job seekers at a variety of software engineering jobs in the greater Boston area. VP engineers are in high demand for many local companies, and lots of jobs are available. Companies are looking for VP’s of engineering proficient in a variety of programming languages, including but not limited to: C++Ruby on RailsJavascriptPerlHtmlPhpCobol, and Flash. Click under “Job Search” to see recent VP of engineering jobs that are available.

VP’s of engineering are in great demand, and compensation is generally high, particularly for those with significant similar work experience. The below chart provides a general reference point regarding what VP’s of engineering can typically expect to earn in today’s job market. Of course, such figures vary significantly from company to company and from job to job.


Job Title Education Experience Compensation
VP of Engineering  BS in Engineering  5+ years  $100,000+
Senior VP of Engineering  BS/MS in Engineering  10+ years  $150,000+

Strong candidates for VP of Engineering positions are highly educated, possessing a BS in engineering and typically a graduate degree as well. They generally have years of relevant work experience. Techpros prides itself on its strength as an executive recruiter; companies turn to us to fill their most important positions, and we’re able to connect job seekers with positions that fully utilize their skills and superior experience, and compensate them accordingly.

Although much of the country has been immersed in a prolonged recession during the past two years, the tech industry has remained strong in the greater Boston area. In particular, there is still tremendous demand for qualified candidates who can take on important executive roles. Contact Techpros and let us find the ideal VP of Engineering job for you using our personalized approach.

For more information about the state of executive technology jobs in the current Boston job market, be sure to check out Mark Goodstein’s Blog.