EEI is a 100% employee-owned, national engineering consulting firm and a leader in the building systems and energy consulting industry. A growing list of Fortune 500 and leading governmental and institutional clients look to EEI for the assessment, testing, and tune-up of their building and energy-related systems. Our niche technical specialties include Building Commissioning, Retro-Commissioning, and System Infrastructure Renewal. Our newest service offering – Smart Commissioning – uses our company-developed propriety software to continually collect and analyze building data to identify building system issues and energy saving opportunities. Our growing team of professionals – now located in 11 states – are committed to creating high performing, reliable, energy-efficient building systems!
In exchange for your contribution and expertise, we are committed to creating an environment that is collaborative and fun; offers professional challenges and growth; respects work/life balance; and provides great benefits, including the benefits of ownership through our ESOP Program. While many join our team based on our reputation and expertise, they stay because they feel challenged, respected, and valued.
The Senior Technician generally leads a variety of project activities, including meetings, reviews, site visits, document production, system troubleshooting and field activities. This position typically supports the Project Manager; directs the activities of junior personnel; and coordinates the activities of clients, contractors and subcontractors. The Senior Technician generally has 6 years’ experience in the firm’s primary service activities and possesses strong systems knowledge and skill sets.
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The Senior Technician will report to a Branch Manager, Project Manager or Project Principal and works closely with company personnel, vendors and clients.
The work environment characteristics and physical demands described are representative of those an employee may encounter in a normal office setting and a construction work site. The work environment of a typical office environment requires sitting for long periods of time, working with computers and other office equipment. The work environment for a construction site visit is physically active and may require significant amounts of standing, walking, squatting, stooping, reaching and climbing
Employee Stock Ownership Plan
Employee bonus program
401(k) Plan with matching contributions
Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
Short-term and long-term disability insurance
Paid vacation, holiday, and sick leaves
Job Type: Full-time