- Mechanical Engineering
- Communication Skills
- Professional Engineer
- Dental Insurance
- Health Insurance
- Paid Time Off
- Vision Insurance
How would you like the chance to demonstrate your problem-solving skills on challenging projects around the globe? Putting renewable energy to work to power the homes of your family and friends. Maintaining optimal climate controlled conditions for sophisticated communications and training centers throughout the most challenging weather conditions in the world. Blending facility design with aesthetics to preserve the natural beauty of scenic parks and downtown pedestrian corridors. Generating clean energy for use by campuses and hospitals around the clock.
Stanley Consultants needs problem solvers like you to help improve people lives as we have been doing since 1913.
Stanley Consultants, Inc. is seeking a Mechanical Engineer to work in our Muscatine office. The Mechanical Engineer should have a good understanding of mechanical systems, or the ability to develop such understanding for a variety of project types including building systems such as: HVAC, plumbing, piping layout, and equipment selection (boilers, chillers, cooling towers, air compressors); district & central heating and chilled water plants, campus-type utility distribution systems, industrial/process facilities, power and infrastructure retrofits and upgrades, and other energy projects. The projects are of varying sizes and locations for Higher Education, Utility, Federal, Municipal and Industrial clients.
The person in this role will develop technical design responsibilities under the supervision of a senior Mechanical Engineer who will coordinate work with the design team and manage their work to produce high quality project documents. This individual will be expected to perform design duties with minimal supervision and have ability to communicate within a team environment.
Specific duties will include design and layout of ductwork, hydronic and air piping, DDC, computer modeling/analysis of building systems, equipment specifications, and assist in construction observation and administration duties.
Required education, skills and experience:
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from an ABET accredited College or University.
Engineer in Training registration with the goal of obtaining Professional Engineering registration minimum.
Good written and verbal communication skills.
General understanding of engineering drawings and specifications.
Ability to perform and check engineering calculations for Mechanical Systems.
Comfortable in sizing, selecting and specifying equipment, and coordinating information with vendors.
Comfortable in performing project field site visits and back checking drawings.
Familiarity with or ability to learn details of computer software as needed.
Autodesk Revit for 3D modelling of mechanical systems
Must be able to work legally in the United States for an unlimited time without requiring sponsorship
By giving us your best, we will reward you with a culture that allows you to think more creatively, dream bigger dreams and do things in a bold, balanced way that align more closely with the interests of the clients and communities that we serve, along with full medical, dental, vision packages, holidays, paid time off, 401(k), profit sharing, stock ownership, flexible working hours and many more.
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