The HVAC Mechanical Engineer will design, implement and oversee the
installation and maintenance of heating, ventilation and air
conditioning systems. Work with engineering firms to design systems for
maintenance retrofit to existing HVAC systems. Obtain engineered
drawings and permits for in-house renewal projects.
Mechanical Engineer designs or oversees the design of HVAC systems to
meet specifications and coordinating budgets. This person will create or
revise technical drawings, troubleshoot issues on jobs and help with
estimating, while focusing on energy efficiency. The Engineer also
provides expertise in the fields of HVAC systems, controls technology
and commissioning, promoting energy efficient operations and maintenance
best practices in institutional buildings to improve system and
Perform plans review for all new or
retrofit projects for all academic campus buildings. Provide feedback
on specified equipment, maintainability and conformance to standards.
job responsibilities may include project management,
customer/contractor communication and coordination, technical report
writing, project proposal writing, project cost calculation, project
quality assurance, commissioning and optimization of HVAC systems,
performing building audits, designing components of new programs,
researching new energy efficiency measures, and more.
•Sizing and specifying components & equipment
•System design, start-up, troubleshooting, and commissioning
•Sequences of operation
•Construction scopes of work for renewal projects
•Independently conduct on and off site evaluation of products to determine compliance with applicable standard(s)
•Develop and set up test plans
•Set up and operate standard test
•Communicate project status and test results to client, sales personnel, and management throughout testing.
•Within policy guidelines, identify, properly document, and recommend engineering judgments
•Coordinate with lead technicians to resolve any technical challenges.
•Lead customer/contractor meetings and resolve customer and management project issues.
•QC responsibility and follow up for all project deliverables through project closure.
•Perform HVAC system walk-through with subcontractors.
•Writing technical reports.
•Work with chief engineer to develop project proposals.
•Develop project preliminary budget.
•Develop engineering solutions and provide technical analysis.
•Commissioning and optimization of HVAC systems
•Diagnose and trouble-shoot HVAC components.
Education & Experience:
•BS in Mechanical Engineering
•EIT License required (PE license preferred)
•5 - 10 years experience
•Excellent engineering judgment to ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget
•Experience with HVAC systems for institutional environments
•Additional experience in utilities including water, steam and plumbing systems
performing testing on information technology equipment, HVAC equipment,
institutional machinery, laboratory equipment
•Prior project management experience is a plus
•Proficiency in technical writing and comprehensive documentation
•Working knowledge of AutoCAD, VISIO & Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook) required
•Hands on experience with building automation control is preferred
•Strong interpersonal and leadership skills required.
•HVAC system design
•Building commissioning and audit performance
•Excellent understanding of HVAC mechanical equipment operation.
•Independently design and document sequences of operations for DDC control.
•Provide field inspection and control, including start-up and commissioning of HVAC equipment.
Skills, Knowledge, & Abilities:
•Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions
•Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form
•Ability to deal with several abstract and concrete variables
•Ability to make technical decisions and engineering judgments independently within established parameters
•Ability to work well with a skilled team of experienced HVAC technicians
•Excellent communication skills, in both verbal and written formats
•Excellent organization and time management skills
•Excellent interpersonal skills
•Must be self-motivated and able to work independently in a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment
•Mechanical/electrical installation & construction management
•Chilled water & hot water systems
•Instrumentation and control systems
•PLC based system design and programming is desirable.
potential employees are required to successfully pass a background
check prior to starting work at Stanford. As such, offers of employment
are contingent upon the successful completion of the background check.
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