Engineering Specialist

Hello,

My name is Crystal and I represent The Fountain Group. We are a national staffing firm and are currently seeking a Engineering Specialist for a prominent client of ours. This position is located in Beaverton, OR. Details for the position are as follows:

Job Description:
The Engineering Specialist provides knowledge and expertise throughout the project lifecycle. This role reports to the Operations Supervisor and partners with branch team members who sell, engineer, install, and manage building automation projects.

Responsibilities:
Estimating, designing, and tracking the start-up and commissioning jobs of projects.
Attends pre-booking meetings to gain knowledge of the sales estimate and project scope.
Analyzes plans, specifications, and contract to determine system requirements.
Selects products, sizes, types, and location placement to ensure products meet specification requirements.
Designs building automation systems consisting of mechanical system layouts, electrical drawings, bill of materials, sequence of operations, valve and damper schedules, and Direct Digital Control panel layouts to meet the intent of the project plans, specifications and contract documents.
Designs building automation network architecture to support operator workstations, DDC field panels, and third party integration devices
Creates automation system database and job related programming for computer-based building control systems.
Troubleshoots possible issues including identifying and debugging software, electrical or pneumatic and installation problems.
Prepares engineering re-estimate reports, minimizes variances and justifications.
Provides on-site assistance with or performs the programming, start-up, checkout, commissioning and validation processes.
Participates in job site final walk-through on assigned jobs, completes all job closeout documentation and provides customer training.
Responsible for installation and subcontractor site management.

If you are interested in hearing more about the position please respond to this posting with your resume attached.

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