Field Observer Position   

LSW Engineers Arizona, Inc. is a consulting engineering firm specializing in the design of mechanical, plumbing, electrical and technology systems with a 70+ year history of providing reliable and energy efficient design solutions for various building types, such as educational, medical, institutional, mission critical, aviation, and commercial. We are currently seeking a field observer for our mechanical/electrical/technology departments in our Phoenix, Arizona office. We offer competitive wages, an employer funded profit- sharing plan, 401k plan with employer safe-harbor contributions, an excellent work environment, and the opportunity to expand and improve your professional skills. For a full list of benefits and company information, please visit


Perform as a critical construction administration team member to thoroughly oversee the installation and functionality of fire suppression, fire alarm, plumbing, mechanical, electrical and technology systems by visiting construction sites to observe the installation of those systems.  Interact with the firm’s project team members (designers and engineers from the mechanical, electrical and technology systems disciplines), as well as architects, consultants, clients, and contractors by preparing written reports listing installation deficiencies and assisting in responding to field questions.  Demonstrate a trustworthy presence through your professionalism, demeanor, and technical knowledge.  Some out of town travel is required for this position.


Apply strong interpersonal skills and knowledge of multiple fields of construction to ensure the project requirements are met throughout construction.  This includes interfacing with the client and contractors, field investigation, design review, construction observation, and review of project closeout documentation. Responsibilities will include:

Required Knowledge and Skills:  

Highly Preferred Knowledge and Skills:

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume and cover letter to No calls please.