Mechanical Engineer (HVAC)
11621 East Marginal Way S Seattle, WA 98168 | Direct Hire
LOCATION: Seattle, WA
INDUSTRY: HVAC and Plumbing - Design/Build firm
The Senior Project Design Engineer is responsible for layout, design and coordination of assigned building projects. The primary responsibilities of the Senior Project Design Engineer will be the development and production of HVAC and plumbing construction documents.
- Develop and evaluate system concepts and options to determine the best design and engineering solution for each project based upon the project scope.
- Design mechanical systems including the preparation of all engineering calculations including load calculations, equipment selection and layout throughout the life of the project.
- Work with code authorities as required for approval of the plans or if code related questions arise.
- Distribute of all approved drawings and specifications.
- Coordinate with other design team members including the architect and the electrical and structural engineers to ensure mechanical systems are integrated with all trades.
- Work with engineering manager to manage design manpower budget and update budget to reflect revisions or changes in scope.
- Work as a team member with construction team project manager and fabrication and installation crews.
- A Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.
- Able to read architectural, structural, and mechanical plans; HVAC and plumbing knowledge is a plus.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Products, i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
- Ability to work independently with minimum supervision or in a team atmosphere.
- Strong organizational and analytical skills.
- Able to effectively interact with customers, service technicians, field personnel, sales and office staff.
- Possesses strong verbal, written, analytical, persuasion and interpersonal skills.
- Able to consistently set goals and meet deadlines and adapt to flexible responsibilities.
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