Location : New York City NY US 10018
Job Type : Direct
Reference Code : 19799-AB1
Compensation : 140000.00 - 160000.00 USD/YEAR
Start Date : 04/30/2019
Hours : Full Time
Required Years of Experience : 3
Required Education : BS Electrical or Mechanical Engineering
Travel : No
Relocation : No
Job Industry : Engineering
Job Description :
- Permanent position for an Electrical or Mechanical Engineer to serve as Commissioning Agent for New York City MEPF systems for construction projects.
- Execute building commissioning and retro-commissioning tasks on projects.
- Perform field observations and testing of building mechanical, electrical, plumbing, lighting, technology, security and fire systems.
- Execute installation verification and functional performance testing on-site for multiple project types.
- Create written reports to document system performance deficiencies.
- Assist in the creation of testing documentation and project planning.
- Lead and direct others in the commissioning process, including General Contractors and Design Team Members.
- Develop and maintain client relationships.
- Serve as a third-party entity responsible to the client or end user.
- Interface with design teams to assist in meeting the established projects goals.
- Perform troubleshooting and/or provide resolution for MEPF Systems.
- Perform MEPF site surveys.
Required Qualifications :
- BS Electrical or Mechanical Engineering
- Minimum 3 years experience with commissioning of MEPF systems.
- Experience with automation and controls systems of HVAC systems, plumbing, fire alarm and life safety systems, lighting and lighting controls and test and balance.
- Possess ASHRAE, ACG, NEBB and/or LEED commissioning certification (required).
- Experience with design of mechanical and electrical systems for commercial, institutional and light industrial facilities as they relate to commissioning.
- Experience with systems such as PlanGrid and Building Test for development of project reports.
- Ability to travel for projects in the northeast region at least 25% of the time.
Contact: Allan Berman