Opportunities

Fire Protection Engineer

City of Oakland

Are you ready to make a difference? To make a direct impact on the Oakland community? If you'd like to share your talents, the City of Oakland welcomes you to consider this new and exciting opportunity in fire protection.

The City of Oakland is currently recruiting to fill a Fire Protection Engineer vacancy within the Oakland Fire Department. This position inspects buildings and fire protection systems to ensure compliance with laws, codes and regulations; reads and interprets architectural plans and computer fire modeling; and reviews fire protection and life safety systems (such as sprinkler and fire pump systems, fire alarm systems, smoke removal systems, fire resistive construction, means of egress, etc.).

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Fire Protection Engineer

BCE Engineers

If you are looking for a well-established firm in Western Washington, then BCE Engineers, Inc. may be the place for you! We are looking for an experienced Licensed Fire Protection Engineer to join our growing team. Under general supervision of a BCE Principal, the Fire Protection Engineer has a variety of engineering and project management duties and responsibilities associated with the planning, analysis, design, and construction of fire protection systems primarily for new construction and facility renovation projects.

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Fire Protection Sprinkler Designer

BCE Engineer

If you are looking for a well-established firm in Western Washington, then BCE Engineers, Inc. may be the place for you! We are looking for a Fire Protection Sprinkler Designer with good communication skills to join our growing team.

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Fire Protection Engineer

National Security Technologies

Individual will act as a Fire Protection Engineer (FPE) in the Facility and Infrastructure Engineering division. Individual will be responsible for the preparation and checking of design drawings, specifications, calculations, system design descriptions, design analyses, fire hazard analyses, fire protection assessments, equivalencies, and exemptions.

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