Engineering careers

Morrow Engineering careers offer competitive salaries, excellent job benefits, opportunities to innovate, and challenges that will stretch your knowledge and capabilities. We prefer applicants who have a degree in engineering and at least two years of experience working in the industry. Internships are also available if you would like to gain real-world experience under the guidance of a licensed engineer.

Why work for Morrow Engineering

  • Diversify your experience in many areas of electrical engineering.
  • Enjoy the travel opportunities that come with being a hands-on engineer.
  • Work toward your professional engineering license with our support.
  • Gain leadership experience while managing your own projects.
  • Take pride in having one of the most rewarding and distinguished careers.


  • Comprehensive health plan including dental and vision
  • Life insurance
  • 401(k) matching
  • Paid time off including seven holidays
  • Equal opportunity employment

Engineering Positions

  • Transform initial rough product designs using computer aided design (CAD)
    into working documents
  • Ensures drawings and designs adhere to established specifications and standards
  • Designs and develops layouts for electrical circuits or systems for power distribution
  • Updates drawings based on as-built installation
  • Experience in electric relay controls systems
  • Experience with schematic diagrams for the electric power industry


  • Associate or Bachelor or equivalent degree
  • Four plus years of electrical drafting/design experience
  • Good understanding of the current National Electrical Code Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4
  • Advanced proficiency with AutoCAD v2010 or higher
  • Has knowledge of commonly-used control system concepts, practices, and procedures within the electrical automated controls field
  • Involves industrial electrical automated control system design, programs, documentation, equipment specifications and selection, control panel fabrication, modifications, calibration, maintenance and repairs through researching, analyzing and applying automated electrical control concepts
  • Completes typical installation hardware design and software programming using established standards as required
  • Provides accurate project as-build and commissioning documentation
    • Checkout procedures
    • Start-up procedures
  • Administer logical programming and HMI design
  • Take a hands-on approach and is actively involved in all aspects of projects


  • BS Electrical Engineering or Technology Degree
  • Four plus years of practical experience
  • Working knowledge and experience with current applicable electrical design codes and standards
  • Available to travel out of state periodically
  • Skill, knowledge and ability to prepare electrical equipment specifications for purchase of equipment
  • Knowledge and skills necessary to perform electrical engineering system calculations including equipment loading, fault current, arc flash and protective device coordination studies and analysis
  • Areas of experience shall include electrical engineering for industrial installations and facilities; medium voltage substations or distribution systems; and/or institutional electrical power distribution systems
  • Working knowledge of NEC and NFPA 70E codes
  • Working knowledge and proficient use of, computer assisted engineering programs (SKM, ETAP or others)


  • BS Electrical Engineering – EIT or PE a plus
  • Four plus years of relevant experience
  • Working knowledge and experience with current applicable electrical design codes and standards
  • Knowledge and proficient use of AutoCad
  • Available to travel out of state periodically

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