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EH&E is a great place to work.  We offer a highly motivating and exciting environment for our employees to work, grow and succeed. EH&E actively encourages employees to advance their careers and build world-class skills and competencies. We are an equal opportunity employer, and encourage qualified women and minorities to apply.

Healthcare Practice

Technical Specialist – Construction Safety 

Environmental Health & Engineering (EH&E) is seeking an entry level environmental health and safety professional to work with our growing healthcare EH&S consulting practice in the Boston area. The position provides support related to the pre-construction risk assessments (PCRA), NFPA Life Safety Code (LSC) compliance, and conducts audits of construction areas in hospital and the required fire and smoke barrier walls and door requirements addressed in the healthcare section of the LSC.

Successful candidate will have 1 – 3 years experience in healthcare compliance with an understanding of the construction/healthcare interface. In addition, the candidate will have a basic understanding of the role of the Joint Commission and the Local Fire Department in compliance activities. The successful candidate will also have: an Associates Degree or B.S. degree in a related field (safety, industrial hygiene); a working knowledge of Life Safety Code relative to healthcare occupancies; and active membership in a healthcare-related professional organization, such as ASHE, is highly desired.

Individual must demonstrate competency in consulting and advising clients, must be highly organized, confident, self-motivated and able to synthesize data and information quickly and effectively. Travel within Boston and the New England area and periodic travel nationally is required; must provide own vehicle and have a valid driver’s license; and must be able to wear a respirator.

EH&E, an equal opportunity employer, is an employee-owned enterprise, offering a generous compensation and benefits package.

EH&E is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.


EH&E has a 26 year history of serving our clients and communities in the areas of building commissioning, energy optimization, and industrial hygiene. We assist our clients by working closely with engineers, consultants, and owners from pre-construction phase to final completion so that the work can be performed safely and on schedule. EH&E currently has two Mechanical Engineer positions available: 

Mechanical Engineer (2 – 3 years experience) 

Candidates must have a solid foundation in the design, operation, construction, field investigations, and troubleshooting of commercial and institutional HVAC systems.  Must have a strong working familiarity with fan and pumping systems, as well as electrical, plumbing, and life safety systems.  Will require a close working relationship with construction managers, contractors, design engineers, and architects. 

BS degree in Mechanical Engineering required, and at least two solid years of work experience. Excellent written and oral communication skills are mandatory for this position. Additionally, candidates should be proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Access, as well as CAD. 

Mechanical Engineer (entry level) 

Candidates must have a mechanical or electrical engineering degree and a strong desire to apply their education to the commercial and institutional building industry.  Must be mechanically adept, and be willing to work on developing their engineering and communication skills to solve problems associated with building design and construction.

BS degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering required. Must have excellent written and oral communication. Candidates should be proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Access, as well as CAD.

EH&E, an employee-owned company, offers a competitive salary, excellent growth potential, and a generous benefits package including profit sharing, tuition assistance, and 401(k).
EH&E is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.