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.

Welder/Fitter/Assemblers – Monroe

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)

Electrical Engineer – Monroe

Responsible for the design, management, and commissioning of controls for engineered equipment and systems. Duties include the design of electrical controls and instrumentation systems for air & water pollution control equipment. Experience with AutoCAD and other software applications essential. Electrical design includes calculations, and component selection. Familiar with the design of motor controls including VFD application, PLC use and programming, instrumentation and industrial control panel design. Review customer approval drawings, shop fabrication drawings, installation drawings, bills of equipment and scope of work for subcontractors. Bachelor’s degree in Engineering is preferred as well as a minimum of five years of experience. (Reference HR-EE in email Subject line)

Field Service Technician

Duties include, but are not limited to: Onsite or in-house run off, servicing, repair and/or installation company products; In-process inspections at subcontractor facilities; Provide technical support to customers on operational or maintenance aspects of equipment; Serves as a customer contact on technical and service-related issues; Diagnoses and troubleshoot mechanical and electrical failures; Determines most cost-effective repair/resolution; Prepare service reports for internal and external customers; Performs general maintenance tasks and resolves less complex problems immediately, while more complex issues are identified to a higher level of support; Ability to travel up to 50%.
(Reference HR-FS in email Subject line)

Mechanical Designer – Monroe

Duties include designing and engineering liquid clarification equipment and/or air cleaning systems. Process and mechanical design includes calculations, P&IDs, equipment sizing, and component selection. Knowledge of SolidWorks as well as AutoCAD experience is essential. Candidate shall have an engineering degree plus 3-5 years experience in process/equipment design.
(Reference HR-MD in email Subject line)

Contact Monroe Environmental






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