MBII is one of Canada’s most prestigious building systems engineering consultancies, offering comprehensive and professional services for the construction industry. MBII’s niche group of specialties – mostly science, and some art, attracts a wide range of professionals of varied backgrounds that collaborate and cross-pollinate together.

Firm Culture

Our work environment is both challenging and supportive. We are committed to personal growth and individual well-being. We offer a variety of resources to support career development, including in-house training, mentoring, professional association memberships and formal education reimbursement.

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Continual growth keeps MBII searching for dynamic and energetic individuals to build our multidisciplinary teams at our Toronto office in areas of specialization such as power distribution, lighting and lighting controls, security systems, ICT, specialty lighting, audio visual and building intelligence design. You will be part of a team that has helped MBII establish itself as a leader in the industry and work in an environment that is fast-paced, innovative and dedicated to excellence.

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Mulvey & Banani International Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, exercising a recruitment and selection process based on the principles of dignity, independence, integration and fairness. To ensure the most qualified individuals are hired, we employ a selection process that is barrier-free and free of discrimination. Mulvey & Banani will not discriminate against any applicants on the basis of race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, family status or disability. Upon request, accommodation for job applicants with disabilities will be made available. Every effort will be made such that the impact of accommodation will not discriminate against another group protected by the Code.