SSOE Group

Mechanical Engineer - Senior Associate

Job Locations US-TX-Austin
Full Time


SSOE is looking for a Senior Associate Level Mechanical Engineer who would like to be part of our growing team. In addition to responsibility for performing highly technical, senior-level Engineering duties on project work, this position carries added responsibility for leading team efforts to establish, implement, maintain and improve SSOE's inter-department and intra-discipline work processes for a specific discipline to ensure technological excellence and quality within the discipline across the corporation.


What Makes SSOE a Great Place To Work

 You don't have to be an employee long before you understand the SSOE difference. It goes back to our history of reinventing ourselves for new markets, serious rates of growth year after year, and being ahead of the curve in technology. Those are the achievements of a company that rewards talent and effort in ways that mean the most to the individual.  When you work at SSOE, you work with the best and you're a part of something bigger than yourself. And providing the best possible workplace for our employees gives us a competitive advantage-helping us attract and retain top talent and drive better business results.


A Typical Day Might Include:

  • Works with other Senior Engineers and Department Managers to identify Discipline and Department technical training needs.
  • Nurtures and promotes inter-discipline, inter-department, inter-SBU/Division, and inter-office cooperation, collaboration, and initiatives to optimize and improve work and staff sharing processes by participating in multi-discipline strategy sessions.
  • Works with other Masters and Department Managers to establish, implement and improve discipline and department work processes and methods; to standardize practices as appropriate; and to identify and optimize the purchase and application of discipline resources such as reference materials, software, etc.
  • Assists Director, Corporate Design & Quality, Division and Department Management in articulating discipline capability requirements in support of strategic and business objectives, and to assist in identifying appropriate hiring, sub-consulting, and training and development activities to attain the required technical capabilities to meet those objectives.
  • Identifies and champions discipline innovations, best practices and strategic opportunities, working with other Masters and the Director, Corporate Design & Quality.
  • Participates in the provision of high-level consulting services to clients.
  • Provides technical support to business development efforts.
  • Participates in civic, discipline and professional activities and associations, with technical publication credits desired.
  • Acts as a mentor, coach, tutor and resource for less experienced staff.
  • Assists in identifying and keeping centralized up-to-date records of staff capabilities and skills.
  • Performs high-level engineering and technical leadership duties and responsibilities on billable client work.
  • Travel required.


Qualifications You’ll Need on Day One

  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited college program, which qualifies for licensure in the state of practice, is required
  • Full registration required
  • 12+ years of related practical experience with former employer(s)
  • Experience with, and the ability to size HVAC equipment, duct and ancillary equipment, hydronic, and utility piping systems and plumbing systems.
  • Knowledge and experience using AutoCAD, REVIT and MicroStation preferred, as well as Microsoft Software (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Experience within EV (electric vehicle) battery manufacturing, semiconductor, chemical/process and industrial facilities
  • Good communications, facilitation, and team leadership skills
  • Broad knowledge of their discipline and A/E industry as a whole
  • Project financial knowledge with a proven positive performance record
  • Salary Range: $140,000 - $170,000 year depending on location, education, experience, and any certifications that are directly related to the position 
  • SSOE offers ownership opportunities to all employees at the Associate level and above.  This position, based on experience, is a position that will allow you an opportunity to become a shareholder of SSOE.  As an employee-owned firm, being a shareholder provides additional level of earning and investment to our group of owners
  • Benefits include health, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, 401K, PTO & paid holidays








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