Job type full-time
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Full job description
Remote candidates will be considered for this role depending on region and travel preferences.
Bernhard’s core mission is delivering innovative engineering, construction, and energy solutions that empower our clients and promote a sustainable futureBernhard is comprised of four divisions: mechanical, electrical, engineering and development, each with a distinct identity and service offeringsThe intersection of our capabilities enables bernhard to provide turnkey energy-as-a-service (“eaas”) solutions to our clientsAt the same time, our divisions continue working in the market sectors and communities that the company has traditionally servedBernhard’s vision is to be the leading eaas provider in north america through delivery of excellent, high value service and innovative solutions for our clients.
Purpose and essential duties
The purpose of the controls engineer is to provide technical support for the project manager to support the execution of controls design, controls installation, retro-commissioning, metering solutions, and data analytics.
Controls engineer’s responsibilities include overseeing survey and technical solution developmentSpecific responsibilities include:
Complete site surveys to determine existing facility conditions.
Conducts meetings with owners, clients, and sub-contractors as requiredPrepares meeting notes and site observation reports.
Complete energy calculations to estimate project savings.
Develops and implements programming modifications for the building automation controls
Complete minimum airflow calculations per the applicable code(ashrae 170, 62.1, or other states/local codes.)
Develops and implements programming modifications for the building automation controls.
Complete project closeout documentation.
Design and pre-construction
Support site surveys to determine the requirements to complete the scope of work.
Completes design documents, including drawings and specifications, for building automation controls upgrades.
Review submittals for conformation to design documents.
Prepares programming instructions for controls specialists, controls analysts, or sub-contractors.
Completes site visits to review progress, quality of installation, and identify deficiencies.
Troubleshoot controls programming and setup problems.
Provide programming support to the implementation team to complete the project requirements.
Uphold bernhard’s owner advocacy philosophy, mission, and core values.
Perform the assigned duties with minimal supervision, while working in a team problem-solving environment.
Complete technical reports or related documents as required.
Other duties as assigned or required.
Required education, experience and qualifications
Bachelor degree in an engineering field
Professional engineering (pe) license.
Proficient in microsoft office products including word, excel, powerpoint.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent multitasking skills, with the ability to perform duties outside of scope of work when necessary.
Detail-oriented and willing to tackle various ongoing projects in a fast-paced environment.
Preferred education, experience and qualifications
Building automation controls programming experiencePreferred controls include siemens, jci, honeywell, trane, struxureware, and tridium.
Building automation controls design experience.
Healthcare or higher education project experience.
Proficient in acad.
Travel will be required and is dependent on project location and needsThe travel commitment is estimated to be as high as 50% of regular work schedule per monthGenerally, travel is during the workweek and not expected over weekends.
Physical/work environment requirements
The work environment will be a combination of an office environment and site survey environment.
Site surveys will include exposure to external weather, loud noises, and poorly accessible spaces.
Ability to survey confined spaces within a facility to gather necessary information on building equipment.
The use of ladders to survey equipment above ceiling is required periodically.
Bernhard is proud to be an equal opportunity employer of minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities, and participate in the e-verify programAll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, disability, or any other classification protected by law.
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Bachelors or better in engineering
Equal opportunity employer/protected veterans/individuals with disabilities
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