One of the world’s leading engineering and design consultancies has several openings for HVAC Engineers in our Boston office. We work closely with architects and owners from around the world on large, complex projects with a focus on sustainability and energy performance of the built environment.
About the Job
Our Engineers work on high quality, high-profile, national and international projects. You will actively participate in the full project cycle, from the design phase through the final construction close-out. We offer excellent growth opportunities: Many of our senior leaders started out as young engineers in our firm.
· Design of air distribution systems
· Design of hydronic systems
· Specification writing
· Scheduling and selecting major equipment
· Automatic temperature controls system design and specification
· Cooling/heating load calculations
· Construction administration
· Assist with Project Management
· Attend client meetings
· Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical/HVAC Engineering
· 5+ years experience designing mechanical systems for the built environment. Project experience submitted for consideration should include buildings on which you have actively participated in the project from the design phase through the final construction close-out.
· Experience of the design of HVAC systems and automatic temperature controls for a broad range of commercial systems
· Strong working knowledge of building and energy codes
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with an emphasis on the ability to organize and present design information to clients.
· Special consideration will be given to those candidates who have successfully demonstrated innovative design experience specifically related to renewable energies and sustainable, high performing buildings.
We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience, paid overtime for our Engineers, a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, dental, disability, and life insurances, 401K plan, tuition reimbursement, paid vacation, and more.?
Recruitics - 16 months ago
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