Mechanical/Fire Protection Engineer

Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore | US-MD-Rockville
Experienced Engineering and Consulting


JENSEN HUGHES is seeking Mechanical Engineers in our Baltimore, MD and Washington DC area offices who are interested in expanding their skillset to include Fire Protection & Life Safety. Jensen Hughes’ focus on specialty engineering and consulting services creates a highly rewarding environment with the opportunity to work alongside creative professionals at the top of their fields.  We offer continuing education, tuition reimbursement programs, and professional training in fire protection and specialty engineering disciplines. This exciting and unique profession offers a wide variety of engineering design and consulting projects across the U.S. and internationally. 


  • Design of mechanical, fire safety, and specialty engineering systems, including fire alarm and detection systems, mass notification, suppression, smoke control, and special hazard systems.
  • Prepare and present technical reports and presentations.
  • Review design and construction submittals for compliance with regulatory requirements, including building code reviews and analyses.
  • Perform site surveys to inspect and evaluate building features and systems.
  • Plan and direct engineering activities for projects.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical, Fire Protection, or related engineering field.
  • At least 3 years of experience in design and layout of mechanical or specialty engineering system
  • Excellent report writing and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to present clear and technically sound engineering strategies and good communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, enjoy professional challenges, and endeavor to be an integral part of the long-term growth of Jensen Hughes.  
  • Ability or desire to manage/lead projects preferred.
  • Revit or AutoCAD experience preferred.


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