Job Details

Employer: Mead & Hunt

Position: Fire Protection Engineer

Location: Madison, WI; Wauwatosa, WI; Minneapolis, MN; Denver, CO; Lexington, SC; Charleston, SC; Tampa, FL; Sacramento, CA; Portland, OR; Dallas, TX 

Mead & Hunt is expanding and has created a new position for a Fire Protection Engineer. The individual will be responsible for the design of fire suppression systems, fire alarm systems, and performing fire protection and life safety related building code analysis for a wide variety of projects including complex airport and military projects.

This is an excellent opportunity for a licensed fire protection engineer to reach the next step in his/her career and join a company that boasts a people-centered culture and offers flexibility to employees. Candidates can work from any Mead & Hunt office location listed above. Please indicate location preferences when applying. Relocation assistance will be available.

About the Firm: Founded in 1900, Mead & Hunt is an employee-owned firm boasting more than 750 engineers, architects, scientists, planners and support staff in over 30 offices nationwide.  Mead & Hunt has been recognized as one of the Best Firms to Work For by CE News and has been ranked 119th in Engineering News-Record’s annual Top 500 Design Firms list.  


  • BS in Fire Protection Engineering or related engineering discipline
  • Licensed Fire Protection Engineer with the ability to obtain multi-state licensure
  • Relevant experience designing foam and water suppression systems
  • Previous experience working on commercial, airport, or military projects preferred
  • Experience with UFC 3-600-01 preferred

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Employer: National Aeronautics and Space Administration - Ames Research Center

Position: Safety Engineer

Location: Moffet Field, CA

The Occupational Safety, Health and Medical Services Division is seeking a Fire Protection Engineer to provide occupational safety and fire protection engineering analysis for research facility designs and oversight of related safety programs.

  • Participate in the Center's facility safety and risk management related to occupational safety and fire protection.
  • Works closely with the engineering department on construction plans, facility designs and construction specifications to ensure that safety and fire protection features essential to the maintenance of existing, modified and new facilities.
  • Witness fire suppression and fire alarm acceptance testing.
  • Provide technical reviews and advice on electrical safety including arc flash hazard analysis and equipment labeling.
  • Manage implementation of assigned safety programs including fire protection, electrical safety, control of hazardous energy, and machine guarding.
  • Perform annual reviews of assigned safety programs.
  • Serve as the Safety Division representative to the Acquisition Division.
  • Provide input on procurements, including the development of specifications in requests for proposals, and review of proposals and contract deliverables.
  • Consult with senior management, headquarters personnel, other federal agencies, and to foreign and commercial organizations on the safety impacts of the design or construction of facilities, systems, or equipment.

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