The Smardt family is growing, and we are looking to add an HVAC Engineer to our global R&D team. Reporting to the Global Research and Development Manager, the HVAC Engineer is responsible for the production and delivery of engineering design and documentation to ensure on-time delivery of new and improved product offerings.
What will your days look like as an HVAC Engineer at Smardt?
Preparing detailed, high-quality design documentation for components and product ensuring clarity in specification requirements to ensure the manufacture of high-quality product in accordance with Product development plans
Preparing 3D CAD modelling and 2D fabrication and assembly drawings as required to ensure on-time delivery of new and improved product developments
Liaising with suppliers to ensure clarity in requirements and collaboratively manage any risk to the on-time delivery of Product development plans
Generating technical documentation supporting the marketing and sales of Product
Preparing work instructions, maintenance manuals, P&ID diagrams, instructions for use, Factory Acceptance Test templates and other associated engineering documentation
Preparing/maintaining Bills of Material (BOM) for new and existing Product
Carrying out engineering calculations and simulations to ensure compliant component selection and specification.
Maintaining the integrity of design assets through PDM product data management system.
Ensuring CAD models align with manufacturing and assembly steps for direct linkage to the enterprise resource planning system and metadata use.
Other duties as required.
What are we looking for in an HVAC Engineer?
A minimum of bachelor’s degree is required in Mechanical or Mechatronics Engineering
Experience with 3D modelling software Inventor is highly preferred, however, candidates familiar with other software will be considered.
Proficient knowledge in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel PowerPoint) is required
Familiarity with ASHREA/ANSI/ASME codes and design requirements is preferred
Familiarity with HVAC controls systems is advantageous
Familiarity with electrical systems is advantageous
Experience with chillers or air handlers is a must
Familiarity with heat, cooling, refrigeration systems and ventilation systems is preferred