About the role:
This role will see you building on your existing HVAC engineering and drafting skills, using your strong client focus to liaise with internal staff as well as key stake holders in large building companies.
- Involvement in the early tender process
- Preparation of HVAC designs including equipment selections, heat load calculations, hydronic and duct system design, sizing and layout preparation, system static calculations
- Preparation of concept mechanical services layouts and designs through to completion of co-ordinated and detailed workshop drawings for construction
- Reviewing and checking workshop drawings
- Site visits and client meetings and site design coordination
- Collaborating closely with Project Managers to ensure efficient project delivery
The successful candidate will be involved in the design, management & production of construction stage documentation of building mechanical services & HVAC.
Skills & Experience:
We are seeking an experienced HVAC Senior Design Engineer with prior recent experience in the design of commercial HVAC system solutions who can demonstrate the following:
Degree qualified mechanical engineer (recognised by Engineers Australia) and ideally with RPEQ certification
- Proven experience in utilisation of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning design programmes and software including Camel
- A minimum of five years' experience of working with HVAC contractors - ideally in a design capacity
- Able to utilise the Microsoft Office suite of programmes
- Able to use drafting packages including AutoCad and Revit
- High attention to detail
- Attractive Remuneration Package (Depending on experience).
- Join a well establish HVAC Contractor
- Exposure to a diverse range of project sectors
- Coffs Coast location
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
- Do you have a current Australian driver's licence?
- How many years of people management experience do you have?
- What's your expected annual base salary?
- How much notice are you required to give your current employer?