Generally responsible for performing all aspects for a complete design of complex mechanical engineering assignments.
Work at this level requires progressive experience in mechanical engineering and involves applying advanced engineering techniques and analysis.
This work will be performed under general supervision.
- Play a key role in and actively participate in all phases of the project(s) from the design through construction
- Prepare studies, cost estimates, project schedules, designs, calculations, drawings and other required project documentation
- Exhibit strong time management and organizational skills to work on multiple projects at the same time
- Effectively work with project leads to develop action plans, address and find solutions for project-related issues
- Perform field investigations
- Assist team lead in preparing proposals
- Coordinate with other discipline departments and subconsultants
- Select and edit discipline and specifications related to the project
- Submit plans to Plan Check and other regulatory agencies
- Participate in the coordination of intra-discipline work as it is related to on-going projects and serve as a technical resource for discipline engineers and designers.
Education: Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited College or University
Registration: Must have Active PE License
- This position requires a minimum of 10-20 years of relevant industrial experience in mechanical engineering.
- Tenant Improvement experience
- Experience and strong working knowledge in HVAC, Plumbing, Chilled Water, Compressed Air and other inert gases, and Boiler systems
- Proficient in the latest AutoCAD software a plus
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
- Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook