Contract position: Our client in Hollywood, CA is looking for a Mechanical Engineer with a background in Energy. You will be responsible for providing oversight and input into the conceptual design of mechanical energy engineering projects; investigating and resolving problems within scope of work or cost issues of major facility infrastructure upgrades and replacement projects.Responsibilities for the Mechanical Engineer
Requirements for the Mechanical Engineer
- Conduct activities such as energy savings capital improvement projects, and continuous process improvements.
- You will design and develop, energy modeling, life cycle costs projections of the facilities mechanical machinery that support the infrastructure, support services and production needs.
- Develops and submits Capital funding requests
- Works with management team to define long-term mechanical systems infrastructure requirements, serving office, stage, post-production, and information technology systems
- Leads in establishing Company's equipment and building ECM (Energy Conservation Measures) specifications and standards
- Minimum 5 years practical experience in mechanical energy systems
- Proficient with Microsoft® Excel, Access, Word, Internet Explorer, Outlook, Powerpoint, Sharepoint and Autodesk AutoCad
- Broad-based knowledge of energy savings methodologies, project management, commercial building design, construction, and maintenance with a strong background in utility and infrastructure equipment and systems, HVAC systems, including building management systems
- Good Contractor Benefits!
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Qualified applicants in San Francisco with criminal histories will be considered for employment in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.
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