MECHANICAL ENGINEER (ENGINEER II) #00025456 Location:
Rolla Full/Part Time:
Full-Time Job ID:
Hiring Department Design, Construction, and Space Management Application Deadline
Open Until Filled Full Time/Part Time
Full Time Salary
$47,476 - $84,505/annually Job Description
Confer with department representatives to determine and coordinate design criteria for completion of design drawings; advise with regard to feasibility.
Provide information to departmental representatives concerning needed changes in cost, schedule, and project requirements.
Assist departments in evaluation of needs, identification of priorities, and development of construction documents required for project implementation.
Create engineered design drawings using Revit and/or AutoCAD.
Select and size equipment and components to be utilized in the design of the project.
Plan activities of technical staff, providing technical assistance, instructions, and ensuring design accuracy and completeness.
Monitor design staff progress with respect to adherence to schedules, hours, expended time on a project, and quality of over-all product.
Review detailed scale drawings required for all types of building construction, including required study on fire, structural and ADA codes.
Develop preliminary and final cost estimates and project schedules.
Review specifications prepared by technical support staff.
May seal drawings and specifications prepared by technical support staff.
Perform related duties as assigned.
A bachelor's degree and at least 2 years of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary
Preferred Qualifications 2-3 years of experience in mechanical and/or electrical systems for architectural projectsEIT is highly desirableProfessional registration is desirableA bachelor's degree in electrical, mechanical, architectural engineering, or other related engineering fieldsComments
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