The Intermediate Mechanical Engineer is responsible for, but not limited to the following:
Develop project criteria/scope and direct facility mechanical system design activities on major engineering and construction projects. Facility mechanical system responsibilities to include: heating, ventilation, air conditioning, boilers, chilled water, welder water, compressed air, natural gas, mechanical piping systems, tank farms, lift stations, process fluid delivery systems, and energy conservation initiatives.
Seek new technology applications and creative methods for accomplishing objectives. Develop, document, and continuously improve facility mechanical common systems/ standards through Life Cycle Cost studies, and value engineering analysis.
Direct and monitor clients & contractors for compliance with project scope of requirements.
Provide technical consultation, including analyzing facility mechanical system problems in the field, and recommend solutions to the client.
Development of the mechanical portions of Scope of Requirements (RFPS), owner reviews, construction bid package development, shop drawing review process, the development of document clarifications, and field orders to insure they are processed in a timely manner to meet the project schedule milestones.
Provide mechanical cost estimating for developed scope of requirements for assigned projects.
Develop and maintain standards, guidelines, common systems and best practices.
Conduct material & systems assessments, drive cost savings and continuous improvements process for clients.
Experience Level: 3-5 Years Qualifications:
Minimum 3 years Facility Mechanical System engineering design experience in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, boilers, chilled water, welder water, compressed air, natural gas, mechanical piping systems, tank farms, lift stations, process fluid delivery systems, and energy conservation initiatives.
Experience designing for clients in educational, commercial, industrial, and healthcare markets
Must have experience in AutoCAD and the Autodesk Suite
Must be familiar with preparing status reports, reading specifications and drawings, verifying contractor work, timeline management, including critical path, and payment process
Must have the ability to analyze systems and processes, industry trends and then makes changes as needed Extensive knowledge and understanding of mechanical systems building design, codes (NFPA, ASHRAE, etc.) and specifications.
High level of analytical ability where problems are unusual and difficult.
Sound management skills and enjoy working on technical aspects of building design projects in a fast-paced and supportive environment within a multi discipline team.
Experience in facilities operations and maintenance.
Experience with the design and engineering analysis of complex mechanical systems and issues.
Experience supervising engineering document development and of contractual criteria and negotiation of costs for additional work.
Experience in selecting HVAC equipment
Experience in heating cooling calculations and/or experience with HAP analysis software
Extreme level of professional discipline and self-motivation, sincerity and have strong communication skills
Demonstrated ability to work independently, and with others.