Mid-Level Mechanical Engineer

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Morrison-Maierle, Inc. has an exciting opportunity in our  Kalispell Montana office for a Mid-Level Mechanical Engineer.

What’s So Special About Working at Morrison-Maierle?

How does unmatched control over your own life and career path sound? We strive to be the most flexible, diverse, and family-friendly employer there is, which are some of the reasons why we are 100% Employee Owned. When you work for Morrison-Maierle, you’ll be entitled to a career’s worth of opportunities, benefits, and satisfactions. We hire candidates who live our Core Values and who want to deliver on our Core Purpose which is to create solutions that build better communities. We believe this is truly worthwhile, and why Morrison-Maierle has provided engineering, surveying, planning, and scientific excellence for the past 70 years.

Established in 1945, the firm has built its reputation on commitment to quality.  Our Core Values of Integrity, Respect, Commitment and Excellence form the foundation of everything we do.  As a regional firm with a staff of approximately 300, Morrison-Maierle, Inc. is currently ranked as one of Engineering News Record’s “Top 500 Design Firms” and named as one of the “Best Firms to Work For” by Zweig Group.     

 

Opportunity              

Morrison-Maierle is recruiting to fill a mid-level mechanical engineering position. Duties will include working under the direction of the Project Manager in the execution of project related duties.

Project Types:  Education, Municipal, Healthcare, Airports, Government, Hospitality.

The position will work innovatively and collaboratively with the firm’s full service  structural, electrical, and civil engineering disciplines including design, 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.

Tasks may also include site inspections and punch lists, email and inter-office memorandum, submittal review, and design and construction meetings with owner’s, architects, and contractors.

We are looking for individuals interested in being fully engaged in their work and making a difference in the communities they serve.

 

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering.  Minimum of 4 years of experience.  A professional engineering (PE) license is preferred.  Engineering Intern (EI) license is required.

Revit/BIM experience with architectural projects and LEED certification is a plus.

Strong work ethic. High level of personal responsibility and accountability. Interpersonal skills to interface effectively with employees and managers.  Positive attitude and professional bearing.  Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.

Must have a valid driver license and insurable driving record.

 

Locations                 Kalispell, MT

 

An Equal Opportunity Employer for Minorities / Females / Disabled / Veterans