CH2M Facilities Project Manager/Mechanical Engineer - Tucson, AZ in Tucson, Arizona
Support Facilities Project Management and Mechanical Engineering activities at our client’s facilities, and have a hand in
Our Mechanical Project Manager/Engineer position provides you the opportunity to manage facilities projects and lead mechanical design associated with our operations and maintenance support at our client site in Tucson, AZ. You will be responsible for planning, designing and overseeing technical and financial aspects of facilities projects related to the reconfiguration, maintenance, and alteration of equipment, machinery, buildings, structures, and other facilities. You should be a highly motivated professional with a BS in Mechanical Engineering, and a minimum of 5 years of experience in Mechanical design in an industrial facilities environment. You should be detail oriented, client focused and have a desire to grow personally, as well as professionally in this facilities engineering role. Our Industrial Facilities Mechanical Engineers/Project Managers: • Plan, design and oversee the reconfiguration, maintenance, and alteration of equipment, machinery, buildings, structures, and other facilities. • Gather and review data concerning facility or equipment specifications, company or government restrictions, required completion date, and construction feasibility. • Coordinate with architecture/engineering firms in developing design criteria and preparing layout and detail drawings. Prepare bid sheets and contracts for construction and facilities acquisition. • Review and estimate design costs including equipment, installation, labor materials, preparation, and other related costs. Inspect or direct the inspection of construction and installation progress to insure conformance to established drawings, specifications, and schedules. • Provide Mechanical Engineering expertise in areas of industrial Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems, Building Automation Systems (BAS), process piping, pumps, air compressors, heat exchangers, domestic water piping, and pipe stress analysis. • Provide engineering support for all energy conservation and “Go Green” projects and initiatives. • Perform project management tasks on facilities projects overseeing all aspects and disciplines of work. • Direct engineering firms in preparing construction project designs. • Provide oversight for contractor construction efforts to assure our client receives a quality project in compliance with all applicable codes. In all, assure that safety is always the first priority. • Perform mechanical design work, investigate customer requirements, prepare engineering drawings, cost estimates and specifications for shop and subcontract work on industrial mechanical systems. • Provide liaison to project requesters, architect /engineering firms, and management as required. • Position requires that ability to perform field engineering in all areas of the plant (includes climbing stairs, ladders, etc.). • Must have good team building and people skills and be able to communicate effectively. • Display the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and have exceptional coordination, communication and people skills. • Brings a proactive and energetic approach to learning.
The minimum qualifications for this position are:• Minimum 5 years of experience in industrial facilities with HVAC systems, chillers, Building Automation Systems, process piping, pumps, air compressors, heat exchangers, domestic water piping, and pipe stress analysis. • Must have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering • Knowledge and experience of Micro Station or similar Computer Aided Design System is required. Excellent computing skills and experience with MS Office, MS Project and Visio.
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and experience:• Project Management and Safety Training • Professional Engineering License in the State of Arizona is a plus.
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