Morrison-Maierle, Inc. has exciting opportunities in our expanding Wyoming operations for Mid and Senior Electrical, Mechanical, and Structural Engineers.
Morrison-Maierle is an employee-owned firm that has offered a broad range of engineering design services for over 70 years. Morrison-Maierle serves the Western United States from offices in Casper, Cody, Gillette, and Sheridan, Wyoming, as well as Billings, Bozeman, Great Falls, Helena, Kalispell, and Missoula Montana, Spokane, Washington, and Phoenix, Arizona.
We have built our reputation on creating engineering solutions that build better communities. As a regional firm, Morrison-Maierle has approximately 300 employee-owners and is currently ranked within the Engineering News Record’s “Top 500 Design Firms” and named as one of the “Best Firms to Work For” by the Zweig Group.
The Buildings Market Group is currently comprised of employee-owners in our Bozeman, Great Falls, Helena, Kalispell, and Missoula offices. We are looking to expand our Buildings Market Group into Wyoming. This exciting opportunity is for Electrical, Mechanical, and Structural Engineers who want to be founding members of the Wyoming Buildings Market Group. You must be motivated to establish our Wyoming presence in the market as well as have enthusiasm for helping grow the group.
These Electrical, Mechanical, and Structural Engineering positions will work innovatively and collaboratively with the firm’s full service Mechanical, Electrical, Structural Buildings Market Group, as well as with the Civil Engineering disciplines within Morrison-Maierle to create comfortable, healthy, energy efficient, sustainable, and productive spaces. Our team approach to buildings and structures promises to deliver final projects that are coordinated, cost-effective, sustainable solutions that will meet the needs of our clients for the long-term.
Project Types: Airports, Higher Education, K-12 Education, Municipal, Healthcare, Government, Hospitality, and Mining.
Electrical Engineers: Designing of power plans: receptacle and HVAC and owner equipment power connections, main electrical equipment room layouts, 1-line diagrams, emergency generator and uninterruptible power systems. Panel and equipment schedules. Designing of lighting plans: light fixture layouts, lighting calculations, photometric lighting analysis, lighting controls. Designing of systems plans: fire alarm, voice / data, security, paging and public address systems.
Mechanical Engineers: Designing, planning, scheduling, conducting and/or coordinating detailed phases of studies, investigations, and preparation of contract documents for HVAC and plumbing systems, energy studies/improvements, sustainable design elements and other components for buildings and facilities.
Structural Engineers: Performing and overseeing structural design and analysis for buildings, water/wastewater facilities, industrial/mining equipment supports, and other interesting and challenging structures.
Tasks may include load calculations, site inspections and punch lists, coordination of REVIT model / ceilings and backgrounds with architect, responses to Request For Information from the contractors, assembly and editing of construction specifications, drafting of as-built drawings for record, and design and construction meetings with owner’s, architects, and contractors.
Mid-level Engineers: Duties will include working under the direction of the Project Manager and Phase Managers in the execution of project related duties.
Senior Engineers: These positions will provide a rewarding opportunity for a person driven to exceed client and firm expectations in the areas of: managing budgets, schedules and deliverables; undertaking the technical work associated with engineering design; leading business development pursuits; leading, managing and mentoring junior engineers. Project management, client service and team leadership skills are fundamental to the firm’s daily environment.
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical, Mechanical, or Civil-Structural Engineering. Master’s degree preferred.
Mid-Level: Minimum of 4 years’ experience, preferably in Architectural Engineering industry. A professional engineering (PE) license is preferred.
Senior Level: Minimum of 10 years’ experience, preferably in Architectural Engineering industry. A professional engineering (PE) license is required.
Experience with REVIT/BIM, AutoCAD, and LEED certification are a plus.
Must be team oriented individual interested in being fully engaged in their work and making a difference in the communities they serve. High level communications skills are required, both written and verbal. A positive attitude and willingness to learn and work hard for overall project success are imperative. Strong organizational skills and aptitude for detail are essential.
Must have a valid driver license and insurable driving record.
Locations Sheridan or Casper, Wyoming are the preferred locations but will consider
any location where Morrison-Maierle currently has offices.
Relocation allowances are available.
An Equal Opportunity Employer for Minorities / Females / Disabled / Veterans