What preposition is better to use in this case?

I am the industrial system designer for the new logistic projects.

I am the industrial system designer on new logistic projects.

If you would structure the sentence differently, please feel free to say it.

Thanks a lot.

  • Did you mean to use "the" in one sentence but not the other? It's easier to directly compare changes in a sentence if they're the only change
    – gotube
    Mar 3, 2022 at 14:45

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Since the purpose of the sentence is to inform someone of your role using "for" makes more since because you were hired for the purpose of designing systems for the new projects. Yes, you will work "on" on the projects, but the sentence is based on your purpose or role and thus "for" fits better.

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