WE ARE GROWING! CURRENT OPEN POSITIONS:
Commissioning/Test & Balance Technician (mid-level)
Hiring at CZ
At Cleary Zimmermann Engineers, every member of our team is crucial. Our technical and support staff work together to provide our signature client service. If you want to work in a environment where you're challenged, yet supported, read on to learn more about what it's like to be a part of our team.
Our "People First" theme extends beyond client service into our internal team environment in areas such as:
- Excellence in our Hiring Process
- Encouraged Continuing Education
- Fun Firm Culture
In multiple rounds of interviews, Cleary Zimmermann works to hire not only knowledgeable, but personable team members who keep laser-focused on client service throughout the duration of their projects. Whether it's on-site presence, detailed design-phase services, or simply responding to emails and phone calls when clients need us, we pride ourselves on maintaining team members who are here to serve the client.
Part of caring for our team includes continuing education programs to encourage constant growth and improvement in our staff. We regularly bring in presenters who elevate our team's understanding of the engineering practices they use daily, as well as support team members pursuing additional professional certifications with training, materials and scheduled time off for studying.
If you were to walk in to our offices on a given day, you'll find us coordinating projects at each other's cubicles, chatting up strategies and working through design challenges together. Our service divisions habitually cross-collaborate and build upon each other's experiences, making for a sociable, communal working environment. When we’re not working, we enjoy the occasional pumpkin carving contest, white elephant gift exchange, pot-luck lunch, surprise ice cream social, laser tag and sporting event. And BBQ…lots of BBQ…on our massive CZ-branded pit!
Think you've got what it takes to join our ranks?
Tell us why you're a great fit and what you bring to the table that makes you bigger and badder than the next.