Jr. Field Engineer Turbine Air Systems
The Junior Field Engineer?s role is to provide field support to Lead Field Engineers in commissioning, trouble-shooting, repair or retrofit of the mechanical systems of a project. This position is responsible for in assisting trouble-shooting mechanical equipment, and controls, communications, computers, where called upon, and for the documentation of these procedures. The position requires close interface with the Quality Department, Project Engineers and Project Managers, Process Engineer, client personnel, and with other Field Engineers and Service Technicians. At times, the Junior Field Engineer will provide field support without a lead field engineer when the scope of work to be performed permits.
The Junior Field Engineer also assists in monitoring Quality Assurance requirements for completed equipment, and may perform QC checks, or oversee the same. The Junior Field Engineer will compile O&M information, transmit critical O&M information during the design and construction phases of the project, and assist in compilation of the final sets of IOM manuals.
The Junior Field Engineer will assist in Commissioning of the Mechanical and Electrical portions of the project.
The Junior Field Engineer reports to the Customer Service Manager. However, this position requires some interface with the Project manager, Production Manager, QA manager, and the Engineering manager, as well as with client personnel or consulting engineers. Cross training in controls and electrical systems is required.
Compile or assist in compiling O&M information.
Assist in compilation of the final sets of IOM manuals.
Provide feedback and be communication conduit from the field to the TAS offices.
Responsible for visual inspection and trouble-shooting mechanical equipment
Maintain daily reports
Perform full and preventive maintenance tasks on packaged chilled water systems.
Interface with other Field Engineers, Project Engineers and Project managers, with the mechanical and electrical engineers, with service technicians, and with the client?s personnel.
May be required to assist the Production Department in assembly, or in training of factory personnel
Assist in Quality Assurance and Quality Control functions
Possibly perform or oversee QC checks.
Any other responsibilities assigned by TAS.
Must have computer skills, including MS Office products.
Possess a solid understanding of proper HVAC practices
Project field experience in construction support, startup, repair, and maintenance work, and in refrigeration a plus.
The position requires previous experience with verification of compliance with ASHRAE, ASME, and other relevant codes and practices.
Extensive travel to both domestic and international job sites.
Ability to work in field construction conditions.
Universal EPA license
OSHA General Industry
At least 1 year of experience in refrigeration maintenance and repair
Industrial HVAC, energy service contracting, or central refrigeration plant experience.
Power generation experience particularly with gas turbines
Project field experience in construction support, startup, repair, and/or maintenance work.
A degree in engineering from an accredited three or four-year engineering program, in one of several disciplines: Mechanical, Electrical, Controls, Process, Industrial, etc. Military training and/or technical work experience could be considered in lieu of an engineering degree.
FIELD ENGINEER PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to exert up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Attendance to meetings and some equipment inspection in a shop environment may be required. Performs physical activities including use of fingers, sitting, stooping, bending, crouching, talking, hearing and performing repetitive motions. Visual acuity requirements include color, depth perception and field of vision necessary to prepare and analyze data and figures, operate a computer terminal and conduct extensive reading. . The incumbent will be subject to both ?inside? and ?outside? environmental conditions. Outside conditions may include standing, walking, and climbing of stairs or ladders. Extensive travel, including commercial air travel is required.
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