Business developers in fuel and petrochemical manufacturing identify markets, develop initiatives and work directly with clients to build relationships and facilitate new opportunities. Business Development challenges you to create alternative business models that improve margins.

Qualifications: Experience in project management, locally or internationally, is encouraged as well as an outstanding business sense and strong math skills. Those working in business development also have a strong understanding of their industry.

Education: Employers require a 4-year degree in engineering, business, or management. A master’s degree in business is often required.

Average Salary: $70,000 - $104,000 annually, varies by industry and experience (Source: SimplyHired)