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Facilities Engineer Jobs

Civil Engineer

Advantage Resourcing

Columbus, OH

Site Civil/Land Development Engineer

SOLTESZ

Lanham, MD

Civil Project Engineer - Development

Cannon Corp

Issaquah, WA

Civil Engineer

Apex Systems

Roanoke, VA

Bridge Engineer

Liberty Personnel Services

Cherry Hill, NJ

Structural Engineer

Human Capital Pursuit

$110000 - $130000 / Per Year

Brentwood, TN

Civil Engineer III (Structural)

City of Chesapeake

Chesapeake, VA

Civil Engineer

Gables Search Group

Quincy, IL

Sr. Geotechnical Project Engineer (Hollister/Salinas)

EARTH SYSTEMS PACIFIC

Hollister, CA

Facilities Engineer Jobs Overview

If working in the engineering field interests you, but you can’t decide between engineering disciplines like mechanical, electrical, or civil engineering, take a look at facilities engineer jobs. A “jack-of-all-trades,” a facilities engineer manages the infrastructure and maintenance in buildings, including manufacturing plants, power stations, hospitals, and office buildings.

This work involves maintaining environmental conditions, utilities, electrical systems, control and instrumentation, health and safety codes, and HVAC systems. Other names for this job are maintenance engineer, facilities technician, and environmental engineer.

If working in engineering jobs interests you, you can expand your search to related jobs such as:

Facilities Engineer Education and Skills

There are two main ways to learn how to be a facilities engineer. In some cases, a facilities engineer can start as an entry-level employee and gain extensive experience in plant maintenance or facilities experience to become a facilities engineer without a four-year degree. Others may choose to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical or civil engineering.

Some universities offer specialized facilities engineering programs that pull together relevant classwork from mechanical, process, electrical, and automation or control engineering. This type of facilities engineer program curriculum includes:

  • engineering physics
  • engineering plant operations
  • manufacturing processes
  • power generation plants
  • static properties of materials
  • electrical circuits
  • fluid mechanics
  • refrigeration and air conditioning
  • electrical machinery
  • material science

Soft skills essential for a facilities engineer are customer service and communication skills, decision-making and problem-solving skills, leadership, and professionalism. Take a look at this Monster job description to see what else you might need to get a facilities engineer job.

Update Your Facilities Engineer Resume

If it’s time for a new job, it’s probably time for a new resume! We have samples of engineering resumes in the Monster library that can help you write and format yours. You may find some of our resume writing tips to be helpful as well.

It’s important to pair your resume with a cover letter when you apply for a new job. You can learn how to format and write an effective cover letter by browsing all the cover letter writing tips on Monster.

Interviewing for a Facilities Engineer Job

Are you ready to start interviewing? Every interview is a little different, but we’ve identified some most common questions for engineering interviews. You can also read examples of other typical questions and suggestions on formulating effective answers in the Monster interview library.

How Much Do Facilities Engineer Jobs Pay?

According to Monster, the median salary for a facilities engineer in the U.S. is $78,685, with a range of $54,178 to $99,569. You can use Monster’s Salary Tools to look up what salary to expect in your area. Be sure to look on that page to find salaries for related jobs and the next steps you can take in your facilities engineer career.

Want to Learn More About a Company You’re Interested In?

We want your next job to be a good fit. By doing a little research, you can begin to get an idea of whether a company is somewhere you’d like to work. Monster’s Company Profiles have done the preliminary work for you. Plug in a company name, and you’ll see things like:

  • what year they were founded
  • the number of employees
  • where they rank in their industry

Monster Has the Keys to the Best Facilities Engineer Jobs

You’re in a great spot to find facilities engineer jobs. Monster makes sure it couldn’t be easier. Just click on the jobs on this page to get started. Then, ramp up your job search by creating a profile on Monster. That will put your resume in front of recruiters looking for new talent and allow us to send you information about job openings as they’re posted.

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