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Project Engineer - Building Automation

Madison, WI

Enjoy working for a growing and successful company where work/life balance is important! This position offers flexibility and very low overnight travel! This is a great opportunity to grow your career while working on projects from start to finish. Family oriented, privately owned company where you can make a difference and feel valued. You can also expect to enjoy having the ability to work from home when needed!

The great thing about this job is that there is no micromanagement! They simply want the work to get done and to be done correctly. This position is responsible for the engineering and design of environmental-control systems, utilizing knowledge of electronics, direct digital control, airflow, hydronics, refrigeration theory, and control techniques.
Must have: 
  • Motivation / be a self-starter
  • Care about what you’re doing / take pride in your work
  • Willingness to dig in and get projects done
  • Pay attention to the details
  • Work well on a team
 Skills in order of importance:
  • Good communication skills and listening skills
  • HVAC Systems knowledge
  • Control Systems knowledge
  • Prior drafting experience
  • Visio experience
  • Past leadership experience is a plus
Job overview: 

• Responsible for timely completion of assigned projects and customer satisfaction
• Review project documents (plans, specifications, addenda, etc.) to design Building Automation systems
• Create control system submittal using MS-Visio and developed standards
• Create control system components schedules (Valve, damper, air flow, pipe tap, and others as needed) using MS-Excel and developed standards
• Create control system sequence of operations and other documentation using MS-Word
• Communicate as needed with technicians, sales, contractors, engineers, and owners
• Order and manage material for multiple projects
• Perform on-site reviews and audits of building systems as needed to complete the engineering process
• Maintains assigned stock of inventory, company equipment, and documents all related activities
• Provides sales leads to appropriate personnel
• Documents work by completing paperwork on each job, including daily time, progress, and duration; and maintaining files
• Records parts, material, labor, and other cost data per assignment and returns unused resources
• Turns in all required paperwork and reports in a timely manner
• Represents company by serving as a direct customer contact
• Keeps current on Masters products concerning installation, operation, maintenance, service, and repair of direct digital control systems
• Provides technical support to customers on assigned projects
• Regular travel requirements with occasional overnight stays, up to 15%
• Ability occasionally work overtime, as required.  Up to 45 hours a week and no weekend work is typical.

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