Graduate Fire Protection Engineer

Job Locations US-TX-Austin
Job ID
Regular Full-Time


Page is actively seeking talented people to join an empowered employee environment. Our teams provide architecture, engineering, interiors and consulting services on large, complex projects around the world. As our market sectors and services grow, we continuously add new opportunities. Will you join us? 


Page has an immediate opening for a Fire Protection Engineer or Graduate Fire Protection Engineer in Training in our Austin, Texas office. This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a team of talented Engineers and Architects. Page offers competitive salary, benefits and a collaborative team environment.


Responsibilities for this position will include:

  • Design of fire alarm and fire suppression systems;
  • Review and development of life safety plans;
  • Life safety and building code consulting;
  • Collaboration with a variety of engineering and architectural disciplines;
  • Interface with local AHJs and building owner insurance representatives;
  • Development of site fire protection features and fire department access plans;
  • Communication with clients and writing technical reports.


  • 3-8 years of experience;
  • Bachelor of Science degree from an ABET accredited engineering program;
  • PE or EIT License, preferably in Texas or an EIT license or the desire to complete the exam within 1 year;
  • Experience in fire suppression, fire alarm, and life safety review and design;
  • Knowledge of Revit, AutoCAD, and fire protection related computational programs;
  • Previous experience and an understanding of adopted building codes and governmental (DoD, VA, GSA) standards;
  • Experience in Mission Critical and/or Semi-Conductor markets preferred;
  • Knowledge of NFPA codes and standards;
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Able to obtain security clearance as required;
  • Willing to travel.



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