Employment opportunities at Monroe Environmental

Careers at Monroe Environmental – Join Our Growing Team

Monroe Environmental is committed to attracting and retaining the most skilled individuals across a variety job functions. If you would like to apply for a position, or would like to be considered for future openings, please contact us via email, fax, or mail using the contact information below.

Current Openings

Monroe Environmental offers competitive wages and a comprehensive benefits package. Candidates shall complete a background check, physical, and drug test.

Position Summary

The Project Manager is responsible for executing and overseeing all commercial and technical aspect of projects to ensure Monroe Environmental fulfills its contractual requirements and meets or exceeds customer expectations.

Responsibilities:

  • Assume responsibility for executing all technical and commercial aspects of assigned projects at time of sale
  • Be primary point of contact for clients, contractors, manufacturer’s representatives, and end-user customers for all technical and commercial inquiries
  • Regularly communicate with customers to ensure they are informed of project status and that they are satisfied at all stages of the project
  • Facilitate and maintain necessary communication between internal and external resources
  • Align resources as necessary to ensure project requirements are met
  • Study and interpret contract documents and specifications to thoroughly understand scope of projects
  • Participate in and help facilitate project kick off meetings
  • Lead project meetings internally and with clients
  • Manage project budgets and projections
  • Manage project schedules to ensure critical paths and key dates are met
  • Document and manage all open issues internally and externally for projects
  • Provide strategy and direction to Engineering, Purchasing, Fabrication, and Service to ensure project requirements and customer expectations are met
  • Identify areas of risk on projects and create plans to mitigate
  • Oversee the procurement of all project purchases in conjunction with Engineering & Purchasing
  • Regularly communicate with vendors/suppliers to ensure they meet schedule and quality requirements
  • Work with engineering/fabrication/production teams to ensure that all quality requirements are clearly documented and followed (NDE, weld procedures, specification requirements, etc.)
  • When necessary, travel to work in the field (Up to 25%)
  • Attend and participate in company production meetings
  • Provide input to Sales as required to assist with contract and terms negotiations
  • Provide project budget reports/projections to company management and accounting
  • Facilitate change orders when required
  • Assist with warranty claims and troubleshooting
  • Assist with scheduling Service personnel to meet project/customer requirements

Education, Skills, and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering (chemical, mechanical, environmental, etc.) or related field
  • 5+ years managing projects or engineering in engineered product, construction, fabrication, or related field
  • Self-motivated individual – initiates communication and solutions without being told
  • Professional communication skills – phone, in-person, etc.
  • Computer proficiency: Working knowledge of Microsoft Project, Microsoft Office Suite; experience viewing and interpreting drawings from AutoCAD and/or Solidworks/3-D
  • Contract negotiation experience
  • Ability to read and interpret engineered drawings, prints, and specs
  • Knowledge of fabrication processes and techniques – welding, coatings, assembly/erection, shipping, etc.
  • Knowledge of construction processes and techniques
  • Engineering knowledge of air handling systems and/or water treatment technologies
    • Industrial processes which generate water and air pollution
    • Water pollutants and properties (metals, suspended solids, dissolved solids, oils, etc.)
    • Pumps, maintenance, curves, and hydraulic principles/laws
    • Air pollutants and properties (acid gases, alcohols, oils, VOCs, PM, mist, etc.)
    • Fan curves and laws – pressure, velocity, horsepower, and airflow
  • Experience visiting industrial facilities:
    • Refineries (Oil & Gas)
    • Chemical/Petrochemical
    • Automotive/Aerospace/Machining
    • Food & Bev
    • Mining
    • Municipal/Government
    • Energy
    • Utilities
    • Steel and Metals
    • And many others
  • PMP or related project management certification a plus
  • Construction management experience a plus

(Reference HR-PM in email Subject line)

Position Summary

Responsible for engineering and mechanical design of air pollution control and water treatment systems – including tanks, clarifiers, weirs, skimmers, conveyors, piping, wet scrubbers, mist collectors, dust collectors, structural supports, access platforms, and related equipment.

Engineering and design duties includes calculations (hydraulic, flow, process, weights, etc.), general arrangement schematics and drawings, PIDs/PFDs, nozzle schedules, weldment/fabrication drawings, and component selection (valves, pumps, fans, drives, motors, valves, instruments, chain, sprockets, etc.). Additional duties include vendor communication, preparing purchase requisitions, customer submittals, installation instructions, bills of material, and scopes of work for subcontractors (installation and assembly drawings, for-construction drawings), as well as reviewing customer specifications, drawings, and other related documentation.

Experience with Solidworks, AutoCAD, and other engineering/design software applications required.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Calculate dimensions and tolerances for fabrication and assemblies
  • Review and modify designs to simplify fabrication and improve function of equipment to meet customer requirements
  • Provide timely updates for drawing completion and workload
  • Coordinate with other colleagues for process design and project completion
  • Assist with compiling and editing Installation, Operation, and Maintenance Manuals
  • Complete requisitions for required purchased components in timely manner to meet schedules
  • Maintains communication with vendors to correctly solicit quotes for mechanical components, instruments, and services required to complete Monroe’s proposed scope of supply
  • Resolves discrepancies by proactively collecting and analyzing missing or required information

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in mechanical design and detailing, preferably in industrial capital equipment
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or related field preferred
  • Familiarity with the design of tanks in metal and/or plastic, piping and plumbing systems, structural steel, conveyors, motors, or instrumentation strongly preferred
  • Ability to read engineered drawings, prints, and specs
  • Knowledge of air handling systems and/or water treatment technologies
    • Industrial processes which generate water and air pollution
    • Water pollutants and properties (metals, suspended solids, dissolved solids, oils, etc.)
    • Pumps, maintenance, curves, and hydraulic principles/laws
    • Air pollutants and properties (acid gases, alcohols, oils, VOCs, PM, mist, etc.)
    • Fan curves and laws – pressure, velocity, horsepower, and airflow
  • Deadline and detail-oriented
  • Experience visiting industrial facilities a plus
  • Excellent communication skills, written and verbal
  • Work experience in a manufacturing or engineering work environment
  • Computer proficiency: Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.

(Reference HR-MD in email Subject line)

Position Summary

Our custom design and build equipment includes fabrications (steel, stainless or fiberglass) electrical, piping, fans, motors, blowers, drives, gaskets and valves.

Qualified candidates shall have 3-5 years minimum experience in:
Welders/Fitters: MIG, TIG, flux core, blueprint reading
Assemblers: Blueprint reading, knowledge and use of hand tools

(Reference HR-WFA in email Subject line)

Contact Monroe Environmental

Email

HR@monroeenvironmental.com

Fax

734-342-2180

Mail

Monroe Environmental Corp
ATTN: Human Resources
810 West Front Street
Monroe, MI 48161