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Job Opportunity: Mechanical Systems Engineer, Facilities

March 07, 2018

Responsibilities include providing support and technical assistance liaison to AES and FMO departments and units to campus mechanical, utility systems and infrastructure supported by a District Energy Plant, Electrical Distribution System and Water System; under the Director of Utilities & Engineering position responsibilities include forecasting and planning efforts as necessary to assure adequate support of projected campus utility's needs, loads and requirements; providing technical review of capital projects; providing recommendations regarding maintenance procedures, shutdowns, equipment and system repair and replacement; providing system investigation, fault finding, review, and recommendations; providing project management of campus and building scale infrastructure and building systems capital projects; and providing in-house design and evaluation expertise on mechanical systems and infrastructure and building systems as required. A key element is to develop economic and lifecycle cost analysis in the conservation of energy and economy of mechanical systems across campus. For more information and to apply, click here. 

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