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Jacobs Process Mechanical Engineer (W/M/X) in Warsaw, Poland

Your Impact:

We are an international engineering company providing services in the field of technical consulting, design, and investment project management. Our GDC Poland is made of skilled experts and professionals that support local and international projects from offices located in Krakow and Warsaw. They cover the following markets:

  • Advanced Facilities

  • Water&Environment

  • Transportation

  • Energy&Power

  • Cities&Places

  • Digital

By working together in international teams and with different perspectives, we gain the experience that is our collective strength.

In Jacobs, every day is a chance to make the world a better place – let’s design your career with us!

Main Responsibilities:

  • Preparation of designs of technological installations used for sewage treatment and/or water treatment and sewage pumping stations, in accordance with the agreed schedule and budget,

  • Performing hydraulic calculations of the designed systems along with the selection of technological equipment,

  • Preparation of reports on hydraulic calculations,

  • Checking technical documentation, including 3D models and 2D drawings (also applies to technological diagrams and P&IDs),

  • Preparation of project documentation in English,

  • Inter-branch coordination,

  • Supervising the work of the project team,

  • Participation in project meetings conducted in an international environment,

  • Conducting project arrangements with clients,

  • Substantive support for assistants,

  • Participation in foreign business trips;

We Offer:

  • Employment on the basis of a full-time employment contract,

  • The ability to work in an office or a hybrid model,

  • Flexible working hours (we start between 7:30-10:00),

  • "Short Fridays" (Monday – Thursday 8.5h, Friday 6h),

  • Work in an experienced project team, on international/long-term projects in a company present in all areas of infrastructure,

  • Cooperation with engineers from foreign Jacobs offices,

  • The opportunity to participate in initiatives related to innovation and its practical use in the automation and optimization of design using various technologies, tools and programming languages,

  • Membership in Jacobs social networks (Women's network, One World, PRISM, Careers Network, Collectively and others) and participation in initiatives related to their activities,

  • Benefits package (LuxMed medical package, additional life insurance, multisport card co-financing, My Benefit cafeteria system, psychological care),

  • Language courses (English, German, Polish),

  • Annual reimbursement of the costs of membership in the Chamber of Engineers;

Here’s what you’ll need :


  • Higher technical or at least engineering education in the field of Environmental Engineering and/or Energy in the field of water supply and sewage and waste disposal (or related),

  • Good knowledge and ability to use 2D (CAD/Bentley) and 3D (Revit/Bentley) engineering software,

  • Knowledge of industry-specific programs for hydraulic calculations (e.g. AFT Fathom, AFT Arrow, Pipe-Flo),

  • Knowledge of industry norms and design standards,

  • Good command of written and spoken English at the level of min. B1,

  • Ability to solve technical problems and think analytically,

  • Ability to effectively organize working time and work in a team;

Jacobs is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding), age, medical condition, marital or domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression and transgender status, mental disability or physical disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, citizenship, low-income status or any other status or characteristic protected by applicable law. Learn more about your rights under Federal EEO laws and supplemental language.