Current Open Positions
A plumbing designer has advanced ability in preparation of construction documents. This advanced ability includes areas of design, AutoCad, Revit, code knowledge, construction documents and construction practices. This individual will be the primary person in charge of preparation of construction documents for projects and will occasionally oversee and coordinate the work of technicians.
The candidate should have experience managing 1-3 staff below them and also capable of doing some of their own drafting using AutoCAD and Revit.
In addition, this candidate will be directly responsible for all aspects of project supervision, from scheduling work hours, managing billings, shop drawing review, attending/running client meetings, etc.
Requirements: A Bachelor's degree or a DE license
Experience: Minimum of 10 years in plumbing design
The Environmental Professional will provide environmental consulting services including wetland delineations, wetland mitigation/restoration, Phase 1 and 2 environmental site assessments, GPS mapping, and various forms of environmental permitting. Interested candidates should have strong communication and writing skills, be capable of working outside in various weather conditions, and enjoy working in a team oriented environment.
Requirements: Should have the background capable of obtaining or is currently holding Wisconsin DNR Wetland Assured Status.
Experience: 5-10 years minimum of environmental professional experience.
CAD / Revit Technician
A CAD / Revit Technician should be very proficient with the use of Excel's chosen CAD and Revit related software. This individual should also have an excellent understanding of drawings, construction, codes and the ability to prepare a complete set of construction documents with minimal guidance. Occasionally, this individual will do field measuring and attend project meetings.
Requirements: Associate’s degree is desired. Some experience with CAD and Revit is desired.
Experience: 0 to 3 years
Future Open Positions
An Architect needs the ability to develop a program, develop the project design, and then prepare a set of construction documents. An Architect needs to understand codes, their application, construction, and architectural drawings. While largely a production position, the Architect will have occasional client contact and must further coordinate technicians.
An Engineer will have an understanding of engineering principles and codes. This individual must have the ability to use computer software for analysis and selection. The majority of the time is spent in the office providing engineering. Occasionally, this individual will go to job sites and attend project meetings.
A Project Manager is solely responsible for all aspects of a project including its schedule and profitability. As a "Leader", the Project Manager must be an organized individual who can acquire, coordinate and manage several projects and individuals at one time. The Project Manager must understand contracts, contract documents, plans/specifications, construction and what is expected of staff. The Project Manager will stamp drawings being submitted to state and have a good understanding of state codes. This position requires travel, meetings with clients, and observing construction.
Excel Engineering, Inc. does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, military service, or any other basis on which discrimination is prohibited by federal, state or local laws. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply for any positions for which they are qualified.