CSArch is currently seeking a mid-level Mechanical Designer/Engineer for our Albany office. Ideal candidate must have 4-10 years of experience in building systems design, with a concentration on HVAC and plumbing. The ideal candidate will be able to complete projects start to finish including field work, load calculations, drawing production (using Revit), specification writing, engineering calculations, and construction administration. The ability to mentor and potentially delegate tasks to younger staff is a plus. Must have prior experience working in or with an A/E office and possess at minimum a Bachelor of Engineering in Architectural Engineering (BAE) or a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree. Experience with high performance design and Revit is a plus. The successful candidate will work in a collaborative environment with architects and other building systems professionals. CSArch has a remote work policy permitting part of the week to be worked remote.
4-10 years of experience
Computer expertise using Revit and other design/presentation software programs
Excellent written, verbal and visual communication skills
Bachelor of Engineering in Architectural Engineering (BAE) or a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree
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