As part of the Mechanical Engineering Design Team, you will primarily provide planning, design, and construction support for a variety of projects related to industrial facility engineering. You will provide input to the preparation of construction drawings and specifications. You will build and maintain important relationships with customers, subcontractors, and vendors.
- The majority of your day would be spent leading and/or contributing to the mechanical engineering design efforts on one or more projects.
- Perform mechanical evaluation and design of facilities (HVAC, power piping, process piping, building services piping, compressed air systems, energy auditing, etc.)
- Review load and perform/review energy modeling calculations.
- Prepare complex studies, calculations, reports, construction specifications, and other supporting documentation.
- Supervise the preparation of construction drawings related to new and existing structures.
- Clearly convey information to internal and external clients.
- Development and defining of scope of work statements and man-hour estimates.
- Travel occasionally, as required.
- A Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited four-year college or university is required. If you have an advanced degree, that’s even better.
- 4-8 years’ experience in commercial or industrial facility maintenance or design.
- You’ll need to be registered as a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Colorado or be eligible to become registered by comity from another state.
- You’ll need to be a U.S. Citizen with no dual-citizenship.
- You should have excellent English language skills, both written and verbal.
- You’ll need to be outgoing, organized and assertive. You’ll also need to be able to network and build relationships with a wide variety of people.
- Naturally, you’ll need computer skills using the Microsoft Office Suite.
- You’ll need to be a motivated self-starter who displays a passion for solving problems, interacting in a team environment, and meeting established deadlines.
- You’ll need experience using AutoCAD, Revit, or equivalent experience.
- Experience working on Federal/DoD projects highly desirable.
- It would be a plus if you have a CEM (Certified Energy Manager) certification.
- It would be a plus if you have experience using Trane Trace or energy modeling.