Job type full-time
Benefits pulled from the full job description
Continuing education credits opportunities for advancement
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What you’ll do
Perform autocad/revit system engineering
Design and plan fire protection system design and layouts under the direction of a lead engineer
Determine fire protection and plumbing system requirements for various building types
Utilize thorough understanding of mechanical distribution, hvac, plumbing, fire protection and energy modeling
Prepare project deliverables with attention to detail
Understand and able to read plans and specifications, develop the skills to edit/write specifications
Develop the ability to understand other disciplines
Application of building codes, industry standards and fire protection principals
Perform engineering calculations and equipment selection based on calculated load requirements
Interact with clients and other project team members
Support the project lead in developing opinions of probable construction costs
Contribute to site visits and prepare reports
Implement the project quality management plan (qmp)
What you bring
Bachelor’s degree in engineering for discipline work
Requires a minimum of 1-2 years mechanical m-1, fire protection p-1 or equivalent experience
Engineer in training (eit) preferred
Knowledge of mechanical systems and engineering concepts and the ability to effectively communicate to others
Knowledge of all project phases
Problem solving and analysis
General understanding of nfpa standards
Organization and attention to detail
Microsoft office suite
United states-based and can work within a pacific standard time zone schedule
Who we are
Pae is a pioneering mechanical and electrical engineering firm that continually sets the bar for sustainability in the built environmentFrom our offices in portland, eugene, seattle, and san francisco, we employ an integrated and responsive approach to project design that balances the environmental, economic, and social goals of every client we work withPae promotes a work environment that encourages creative problem-solving and the sharing of ideas through an open office environment and a culture of continuing educationOur portfolio includes more than 130 leed rated or registered projects as well as dozens of projects that have either achieved or are pursuing the living building challenge, architecture 2030, carbon neutral, and net zero energy / net zero water status.
A triple bottom line firm, pae`s success is measured not only by profit, but by our commitment to the environment, our employees, and our communities.
At pae, we like to think of ourselves as a little bit different from most engineering firmsHere’s why:
We care intensely about envisioning and creating sustainable building systems and work every day to break new ground in the world of sustainable design.
We have a close affinity to the visions of the architects we work with; we understand the need for beauty as well as practicality.
We value creativity as much as we value precision.
We understand that the visionary people we want to hire need to experience the world in order to change the world, and we work hard to support that need.
We are a firm that values and respects our staff, fosters an environment that encourages learning and growth, and is committed to the success of our clients.
Pae must comply with executive order 14042, requiring all parties who contract with the federal government to provide covid-19 workplace protocols with individuals working on or in connection with a federal government contract or contract-like instrumentPae may be responsible for ensuring that all employees be fully vaccinated with an fda approved covid-19 vaccination or have an approved medical or religious exemption from receiving a covid-19 vaccination.
In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at pae will be based on merit, qualifications and abilitiesPae does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender (sex), national origin, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical characteristics historically associated with race, disability, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
Pae will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardshipThis policy governs all aspects of employment including: selection, job assignment, compensation, discipline, termination and access to benefits and training.
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