Jacobs Engineering Greenville , NC 27833
Support our Federal Buildings and Infrastructure Design Practice and have a hand in transforming tomorrow.
As a Building Mechanical Engineer, you'll have the chance to work with an internal network of architects and engineers designing facilities for the Federal Government and related institutions. Working with other members of the team, you'll develop design packages using Revit and other software. During your time with us, you will generate calculations, design analyses, construction drawings, and specifications. Additionally, you'll perform field work, both prior to design and as a follow up during construction period activities. If you're up for the challenge, we've been looking for someone just like you. Join our team and help us lay the foundation for human progress.
The minimum qualifications for this position are:
U.S. Citizen with current Driver's License (US State)
BS or MS in Mechanical Engineering from ABET-accredited college or university
Professional Engineering license
Minimum of 8-10 years of experience producing construction document packages
Competency in leading internal teams in production of design packages including HVAC and plumbing using either AutoCAD or Revit
Extensive knowledge of codes and standards, including ICC, ASHRAE, and NFPA
Competency in design of common HVAC systems and equipment, including both air and hydronic equipment as well as building controls
Ability to travel internationally on at least a limited basis (no more than 1 week per quarter)
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and experience:
Experience in and knowledge of design of heavy industrial facilities including ship building applications
Experience in construction period services, including answering RFIs, review of submittals, and field assessments
Revit production experience
Active or recent Department of Defense Security Clearance
Experience performing federal design to Unified Facilities Criteria requirements and with UFGS specifications
Competency in use of sustainability principles in design. LEED accreditation.
Knowledge of Federal requirements for life cycle cost analyses of energy consuming systems and building envelope alternatives
Competency in performing HVAC load and energy calculations using one or more industry standard software packages, such as Trane Trace or Carrier HAP
Ability to generate project specific construction specifications using CSI-based templates
Competency in design of plumbing systems
Knowledge of federal design requirements related to ant-terrorism and for secure facilities
Experience estimating engineering effort for building design projects
Duties will typically be performed in an office environment, at construction sites for new facilities, or at existing facilities undergoing renovation. Periodic travel will be required for site visits and client meetings.