Are you ready to take the next step in your career? Are you an individual who takes pride in delivering exceptional work? Our Design Services, National Mechanical Discipline is currently seeking a Process Mechanical Engineer with proven strength in process mechanical engineering design of water and wastewater treatment processes, process piping systems, and pipe supports as it pertains to municipal and industrial plant design (equipment, piping and controls) for the industrial and water industries (wastewater, reclaimed, potable water and surface water).
In this role you will utilize your technical expertise to manage and execute work on projects and to help ensure successful client project delivery. In addition, it is anticipated that you will also participate in the mentoring and career development of our junior engineering staff within the Mechanical Discipline with specific focus on pipe and support design. You will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with highly experienced technical experts and other leaders from the BC team.
Additional responsibilities include:
Manage and execute work for wastewater and water utilities and industrial facilities, including treatment plants, and pumping stations.
Perform technical research as it applies to our industry and be able to communicate and apply this knowledge on future projects.
Support project teams in planning and/or designing a major and complex piping systems within our project delivery framework.
Provide consultation in specialized areas. Make decisions and solve problems.
Participate in improving company resources and tools to improve design production and efficiency.
Prepare and make presentations to clients for project technical meetings
Direct the work of drafters and designers, coordinate with other disciplines
Supervise, delegate and oversee the work of technical staff and engineers
Assist with and support construction related office engineering activities
Coach and mentor junior engineers and designers.
B.S. degree in Mechanical, Chemical or Civil Engineering; M.S. preferred.
10+ years of experience in complex process mechanical design projects preferred.
Experience should include: Pumping System Design, Hydraulic Systems design, and piping system design.
Professional Engineer (PE) License, Mechanical, or Chemical preferred or the ability to be licensed within six months.
Strong project or task management skills desired.
Successful technical writing skills desired.
Experience delivering projects developed using CADWorx 3D modeling tools preferred.
Preferred experience working in integrated design.
About Brown and Caldwell
Headquartered in Walnut Creek, Calif., Brown and Caldwell is a full-service environmental engineering and construction firm with 52 offices and 1,600+ professionals across North America and the Pacific. For more than 70 years, we have created leading-edge environmental solutions for municipalities, private industry, and government agencies. We strive to be the company of choice—to our clients, who benefit from our passion for delivering exceptional quality, and to our employees, present and future, who share our commitment to client service, collaboration, and innovation. Join us, and you will find a home where you can do your best work, reach new levels of expertise, and enjoy exceptional development opportunities. For more information, visit www.brownandcaldwell.com.
This position is subject to a pre-employment background check and a pre-employment drug test.
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