Employment Opportunities

Midwest Engineering Associates, Inc. offers exciting career growth opportunities, Including:

- Opportunities for Advancement to Sr. Management within 10 years
- Flexible Working Hours
- Paid Time Off
- Excellent Benefits
- Healthcare
- 401K with Employer Match
- Salaries Commensurate with Experience
- Company Outings and Events

INTERESTED AND QUALIFIED CANDIDATES
SHOULD SUBMIT A CURRENT RESUME TO:

Midwest Engineering Associates, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
140 E. Washington Ave.
East Peoria, IL 61611
Fax: (309) 698-3055

ARE YOU READY TO ENHANCE YOUR ENGINEERING CAREER WITH A YOUNG ENERGETIC FIRM?

Midwest Engineering Associates, Inc. (Midwest) offers excellent career opportunities, working on a variety of nationwide projects. We have immediate openings for a Mechanical Engineer, Mid-Level Electrical Engineer, and Senior-Level Electrical Engineer in our Chicagoland, Peoria, and/or East Peoria, Illinois office locations.

MECHANICAL ENGINEER - JOB DESCRIPTION: Position involves design and review of all aspects of mechanical engineering building systems design including HVAC, Plumbing, and Fire Protection systems in all phases of project development. The Mechanical Engineer will also monitor the installation of designed equipment/systems to ensure compliance with design specifications and building codes.

MECHANICAL ENGINEER - JOB REQUIREMENTS: The candidate shall have 2-years of related experience (4-years preferred) with a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field, working knowledge of drafting, word processing, spreadsheet, and general building analysis software, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and ability to work in a team environment. AutoCAD or Revit experience preferred, but not required. A registered Professional Engineer in Illinois or a registered Engineer-In-Training along with a previous internship in a related field is desirable. Some travel may be required.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER - JOB DESCRIPTION: Position involves design and review of all aspects of electrical engineering including power, lighting, and life safety systems in all phases of project development. The electrical engineer will also monitor installation of designed equipment/systems to ensure compliance with design specifications and building codes.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER - JOB REQUIREMENTS: The candidates shall have a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, plus a minimum of 4-years (mid-level) or 10-years (senior) of related experience. Applicant must be a registered Professional Engineer in Illinois or able to acquire within 1 year, needs to have experience in design, layout and analysis for power distribution, lighting, fire alarm, and low-voltage systems along with previous experience in publicly-funded projects, including, but not limited to: Higher Education, K-12, industrial, corrections, judicial, public safety and municipal projects. Some travel may be required.