Monona Plumbing and Fire Protection– Employment
Is Monona Plumbing and Fire Protection the right place for you?
With a team of more than 150 experienced employees, Monona Plumbing and Fire Protection works hard to live up to the core values and the standards we believe in. Continuously improving our workplace environment, and having fun while we do what we love is our commitment.
Some of what MPFP has to offer includes:
A casual, open-door work environment
Workplace activities: company-wide meetings, family picnic, chili cook-off, and team cookouts
Support of the work/family priority
Comprehensive benefits package
Employee Referral Rewards Program
We’re always looking for highly qualified employees to join our team. To be considered for future employment with MPFP, click on the links provided with each open position below.
Monona Plumbing and Fire Protection is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Monona Plumbing and Fire Protection, Inc. regularly hires students and recent graduates for internships in CAD/BIM Design and Estimating/Project Engineering (PE). If you do not meet all of the requirements but feel that you have other experience that would make a great addition to our team, you are welcome to apply to our General job posting (below). We hire interns on a rolling basis; active openings will be posted as they become available.
· Department Manager (Plumbing Contract) - The Department Manager oversees the day to day operations of the department and is responsible for review of estimates and contracts, overall profitability of the department, research and development of best construction practices, concepts, and methods, etc. The Department Manager also researches market needs to develop and maintain customer relations helping with the overall corporate business development objective. This position is accountable for the overall delivery of projects/services within the department's scope.
Plumbing Foreman (Plumbing Contract) - The Foreman is responsible for coordinating and overseeing all necessary resources on the job site throughout the entire project and for job site organization, installation of systems, timecards and any other necessary paperwork, budgeting hours, installation of correct materials, quality control, etc. The Foreman directs the activities of the crew on site and is knowledgeable of specifications and scope of work.
· Project Manager (Fire Protection Contract) - The Project Manager manages fire protection contract projects from beginning to end including: budget, costs, schedule, risk management, general work performance and quality, and overall progress against the plan. Follows processes and procedures to ensure accuracy, quality, and profitability of all assigned projects and customer satisfaction.
Estimator (Fire Protection Contract) – The Estimator oversees fire protection contract projects from bid preparation through handoff and is responsible for review of bid documents, preparation of the project estimate, customer propsals, etc. The Estimator reviews job boards to identify new project opportunities and reviews completed projects using findings to adjust estimating as needed.