- Location: San Diego
- Salary: $130k per year + Full Benefits, Annual Bonus, Retirement (401k)
- San Diego
- $130k per year + Full Benefits, Annual Bonus, Retirement (401k)
- Job Type
- 11 months ago
Job Title: Mid-Level Mechanical Engineer
- San Diego
- Los Angeles
- Newport Beach
We are seeking a mid-level Mechanical Engineer to design mechanical systems for residential and commercial buildings. The successful candidate will have a solid understanding of Mechanical Engineering fundamentals, working knowledge of California Codes & Standards, and experience in designing HVAC equipment, air distribution layout, plumbing systems, and performing engineering calculations.
- Engineer mechanical systems from the conceptual design phase through construction.
- Attend meetings with clients and take meticulous notes.
- Design HVAC equipment, air distribution layout, plumbing systems, and perform engineering calculations.
- Understanding of Mechanical Engineering fundamentals.
- Working knowledge of California Codes & Standards.
- Ability to provide responses to Requests for Information (RFI’s) and Submittal reviews.
- Competent in following software:
- AutoCAD Revit,
- Energy Pro, Navisworks, or similar clash detection design tool and MEP Fabrication.
- Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or a related field.
- 3-5 years of experience in designing mechanical systems for residential and commercial buildings.
- Professional Engineer (PE) license preferred.
- Strong analytical, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Salary$100k - 120k per year + Full Benefits, Annual Bonus, Retirement (401k)
- LocationNewport Beach
Locations: San DiegoLos AngelesNewport BeachIrvine QUALIFICATIONS BS in Electrical Power engineering or related fieldPE license in Electrical Engineering (licensed for at least 3 years)Minimum 7 years of experience in electrical designExperience with AutoCADKnowledge of Title-24 Part 6 California Energy Conservation CodeExcellent verbal and written communication skills Preferred Qualifications: Experience with REVITExperience with multi-family, commercial, institutional, and higher education projectsExperience with SKM and/or ETAP programsProject Management experience Compensation and Benefits: Approximate Base Salary - $90k-$130k based on experience.Paid overtime at 1.0 times hourly rateCompetitive end of year discretionary bonus based on company/team/personal performance.Hybrid Work Schedule (2-3 days In Office)401k with 5% Contribution Matching for 9% Employee Contribution
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The team here at Spencer Ogden is working with an EPC contractor on DRAX to provide key personnel to their commissioning team. They are looking for a Lead Mechanical Commissioning Engineer, please see role below. Please confirm interest with a copy of your CV.Summary: Experienced Lead Mechanical Commissioning Engineer with a track record of over 10 years. Specializing in gas turbines, responsible for overseeing mechanical commissioning, with expertise in heavy-duty gas turbines and Balance of Plant (BOP) systems. Provide leadership, troubleshoot mechanical issues, ensure safety compliance, and drive project success.Responsibilities: Lead and mentor a team of mechanical engineers.Develop comprehensive commissioning plans.Execute mechanical commissioning activities for gas turbines and BOP systems.Ensure safety protocols and quality standards are met.Troubleshoot and resolve mechanical issues.Manage documentation and reporting.Collaborate with stakeholders for streamlined processes.Apply expertise in heavy-duty gas turbines and BOP systems. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field.Minimum 10 years' experience in mechanical commissioning.Strong leadership and project management skills.Expertise in heavy-duty gas turbines and Balance of Plant systems.In-depth knowledge of safety protocols and industry standards.Must be a UK national or have the right to work in the UK Excellent problem-solving and communication skills
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Spencer Ogden are looking at mechanical fitters in the UK next April to the middle of June. Details: Role: Mechanical Fitter Start Date: April 2024Duration: Outage 1 = 20 days. Outage 2 = 35 days (there will be a weeks break between projects) Location: TBC More Information You would be working with a 701F gas turbine on 6-day weeks 10-hour days. Role Description / Requirements Machine Assembly: Assemble and disassemble machinery and mechanical equipment, including pumps, engines, conveyors, and production machines.Installation: Install and align machinery and equipment according to engineering drawings and specifications, ensuring proper levels, clearances, and tolerances.Maintenance: Perform routine maintenance and inspections on machinery to ensure it operates efficiently and safely. This may include lubricating moving parts, replacing worn components, and troubleshooting issues.Repairs: Diagnose and repair mechanical failures and malfunctions in machinery and equipment. This may involve replacing faulty components, welding, or machining parts as needed.Calibration: Calibrate and test equipment to ensure it meets performance standards and accuracy requirements.CCNSG / IOSH / EMSS Safety Passports accepted. Please note that this is a position outside of IR35. If you are interested in finding out more, please email Dan on email@example.com or call on 020 7268 9253
- Salary$0 per year
- LocationEast Amherst
Specific Skill Sets/Notes: Background must be civil/structural in either industrial/processing plant, O&G, chemical wastewaterMust have on site field experience from the ground up - experience on construction site/preconstructionMust have working on vertically built construction plantsMin 5 years of field eng experienceNo commercial, residential, or building More details to follow
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Spencer Ogden is currently seeking an experienced Project Engineer to support a water reclaimation plant project in Singapore on a 12 month contract basis to lead and coordinate all engineering activities for assignments starting from Mid February 2024.Contract Details: Start Date: As soon as possibleContract Duration: 12 months from start date with potential for extension.Working Schedule: 5 days a week, 8 hours a day (Mon - Fri)Location: Singapore - Occasional travel to site Main Responsibilites: Site Support: Supporting the lead engineer, provide technical support, documentation, system setupDocumentation and reports: Prepares all documents and reports to be signed by the customer representative. Reports work done in a timely manner and follows up when needed. Requirements: At least 3 years’ experience in DCS project engineering and/or DCS serviceKnowledge and experience in 800xA is an added advantageMinimum with recognized degree or Diploma in Engineering with experience in automation systemsComputer literacy and competency Microsoft office tools.Strong interpersonal, organizational and communication skills.
- Salary$120k - 150k per year + Full Benefits, Annual Bonus, Retirement (401k)
Job Title: Senior-Level Electrical EngineerLocations: Napa, CASan FranciscoSan JoseSacramento Job Summary:This position requires extensive and comprehensive knowledge in the subject area, sound judgement, effective decision making and the ability to communicate effectively while working cooperatively with team members and clients. The essential functions of this position also include technical mentoring or staff and may include managing staff as appropriate. A Senior Engineer shall procure work for the company, by attending client “meet and greets” but especially by providing excellence to our clients to ensure repeat business. The values “quality”, “integrity”, and “expertise” may be helpful reminders regarding the expectations of the Senior Engineer.Key Responsibilities: Examine the electrical load requirements of both new and existing projects to determine the most effective electrical system design, sizing, and requirements.Conduct electrical calculations, such as estimating demand and connected loads, calculating voltage drops, short circuits, and ensuring compliance with energy codes.Develop comprehensive electrical distribution system designs, including specifying all components of low and medium voltage electrical equipment.Communicate and collaborate with internal and external disciplines to ensure project requirements and space needs for electrical systems are met.Interact with clients to support business development, prepare proposals, scopes, and budgets. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or a related field.5-10 years of experience in designing lighting and power distribution systems.Professional Engineer (PE) license preferred.Strong analytical, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
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My client is currently looking for an experienced Power Systems Engineer to join and expand their Grid Team, working alongside the Grid Development Manager. The client is a renewable energy IPP company with fully integrated development capabilities and it's head office in London. The main focus is developing renewable energy power plants across the United Kingdom with the help of their highly experienced management team and partners to allow them to deliver quality, bankable renewable power assets. Their focus is on the development of large-scale solar, wind and hybrid energy storage projects. Role: In this role you will be working closely alongside the grid manager, and if required the key management team members and land acquisition team. Supporting the Grid team in identifying and securing grid capacity both on the distribution level and national transmission level from 11kV up to 400kV network for its large-scale solar, wind and BESS projects. You will regularly communicate and liaise with the relevant DNOs and NGESO to gather all necessary intelligence to successfully source and secure grid capacity for prospective projects.The ideal candidate must have experience in power systems analysis, excellent communication skills and experience of liaising with external stakeholders such as network operators and specialist grid consultants.Furthermore, you will be actively manging relevant grid aspects of the business, building and maintaining relationships with the DNOs & NG throughout the entire development and construction process. Additionally, you will be supporting the planning team and if necessary, the legal team on any grid connection related matters to ensure that the permits and legal documentation are fully aligned with the grid requirements. Responsibilities:• Identify and qualify grid capacity that are suitable for PV, Wind and BESS by undertaking the desktop power system analysis.• Originate, submit, and managed the process of transmission and distribution connection applications. • Gathering intelligence and analysing the existing and future electricity network available data bases at transmission and distribution level to provide input into the location and electrical characteristics of new solar/wind developments:• Engagement with NGESO and DNOs on pre-app meetings and budget offers to glean market-leading intelligence on the availability of connections any upcoming developments (short-, mid-, and long-term)• Completing the ENA's G99 application form for developments connected to the distribution network.• Generating SLDs using the Auto Cad and analysing the thirds party technical drawing.• Reviewing grid connection offers and advise the Management team on summarising costs, scope of work and technical aspects of the offer.• Undertaking detailed cost analysis of the grid connection costs and implementing strategies to reduce and optimise the costs for connection.• Manage project pipeline by communicating with DNOs / NGESO/ ICPs as necessary to track progress with development.• Liaising with developers and TOs/DNOs to understand the status and delivery programs and meet the milestones for grid connections.• Working with NGESO’s connection portal, completing the application forms including DRC for specific transmission network opportunities. Special Requirements: • 3-4 years in a technical role working electricity projects, including submission of grid connection applications at distribution or transmission level.• Electrical engineering background preferred (you may have a postgraduate degree in a relevant topic) with experience in a technical environment.• Working knowledge of the Grid Code /ENA G99 is important.• Experience with DIgSILENT Power Factory.• Ideally working experience in Solar and wind projects.• BESS experience is preferred, but not necessarily required.
- Salary$55 - 65 per hour
Essential Functions: Design electrical infrastructure for photovoltaic systems, incorporating electrical engineering knowledge, solar photovoltaic system design principles, and industry best practices.Develop construction documents based on customer requirements, engineering decision-making, and compliance with NEC and CEC codes.Address comments from the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) during the permit review process, following company SOPs, to facilitate timely issuance of building permits.Conduct technical reviews of system components and ancillary devices to ensure compliance with design specifications.Provide prompt responses to Requests for Information (RFI) from field installation personnel, in accordance with company SOPs.Review testing data from internal field personnel and third-party testing agencies to ensure product quality.Provide engineering guidance and internal training to the company upon request.Support other departments with electrical questions and problem-solving throughout the construction process.Perform other assigned duties as required. Knowledge, Skills, and Experience: Required: Strong verbal and written communication skills in English.Ability to multitask and manage multiple projects simultaneously.1-3 years of design or engineering experience related to renewable energy.Proficiency in AutoCAD.Proficient in MS Office.Knowledge of photovoltaic systems, NEC requirements, and construction practices.Effective prioritization and task execution in a high-pressure environment.Willingness to learn and apply new technologies.Valid driver's license.Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering. Preferred: Proficiency in PVSyst.Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or related discipline.EIT Certification.
- Salary$52 - 67 per hour
- LocationBorough of Portland
Qualifications (IE SAP Experience, Excel Knowledge, Any Certifications, Years of Experience in Certain Fields): Rockwell Automation Products (Studio5000, FactoryTalk View SE/ME, ThinManager), Virtual Machines, OT Network familiarityThe Controls Engineer will be responsible to apply engineering principles independently to all aspects of design, programming, and troubleshooting of automated industrial control systems.The Engineer will have deep and broad competency in process automation of chemical plants using PLC and SCADA systems.Responsibilities include but are not limited to:Capable of developing, implementing and supporting plant control system hardware, software and field instrumentation in an efficient and safe manner.Effective at troubleshooting control system hardware and software and implementing corrective actions independently.Actively participates in Design Reviews and PHAs as a team member or leaderPLC, DCS and SCADA control system configuration and programmingWorking with highly hazardous chemicals at a manufacturing facilityAssisting with design documentation upkeep (e.g. PFDs, PIDs, equipment and instrument specification sheet, process package, MOC, interlock matrix, functional design specification) for both new and existing facilities while following department standardsCapable of assisting with loop tests, and interlock tests performed for new processes and for yearly ISO testing for calibration and interlock checksDeep understanding of electrical distribution and power loading in industrial control systemsComplete all assigned tasksRequired -Bachelor's degree in chemical, mechanical, or electrical engineering,or equivalentAt least 5 years of relevant experience, including programming PLC/DCS for chemical plant design and operation as well as process data collection and distribution for wider corporate useKnowledge and experience of instrument engineeringCandidate should have knowledge of applicable codes and standards for process control hardware and software (e.g. UL listing, NEC, etc.) as applied to hazardous materials handling and manufactureExperience with Allen-Bradley ControlLogix hardware and softwareExperience with FactoryTalk View ME/SEAbility to develop and interpret electrical schematicsExperience with developing and deploying ethernet based industrial networksPreferred -Experience with Siemens automation systems hardware and softwareExperience with Siemens PCS-7Experience in a rapid-growth environmentTrained in standard procedures for safe gas and chemical handlingChemical plant operation experience strongly preferredStrong organizational and planning skills with the ability to multi-taskTeam player with leadership abilities.Self-starter with the ability to perform well under pressure and continuously changing prioritiesProblem solving and decision making skillsExcellent verbal and written communication skills
- Salary$0 per year
- LocationBasking Ridge
Summary The Senior Electrical Engineer I&C will provide Instrumentation and Controls (I&C) and Electrical engineering supports to proposal and contract project operation across Boiler, Selective Catalytic Reduction System (SCR), Air Quality Control Systems (AQCS), Wastewater Spray Dryer (WSD), Flue Gas Desulfurization Systems (FGD), Turbine and After Market Service areas. These include generating documents and/or furnishing consultation in engineering calculations and analysis. I & C equipment specifications, technical evaluation, analog and digital control logic diagrams, combustion control system (CCS) & burner management system (BMS) philosophy, process control and alarm set?point list, analytical instruments, loop diagrams, Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID), process flow diagrams (PFDs) review, Instrument List, IO List, and ISA format Data Sheets, etc. Electrical equipment specifications, technical evaluation, cable block diagrams, electrical control schematics, interconnection wiring diagrams, one-line diagrams, electrical load list, electrical area classification, and P&IDs & PFDs review. Excellent understanding and knowledge of I&C / Electrical Engineering for power plant environment. Must have a thorough understanding of Codes and Standards related to Power Plant design and installation. Essential Duties & ResponsibilitiesEssential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: Develops major Instrumentation and Controls engineering specifications, bid evaluations, and vendor document/drawing reviews for equipment (i.e., Distributed Control System (DCS), Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), CEMS/NOx Monitoring System, Analyzers, Vibration Monitoring System, Fabric Filter Cleaning Control System, Transmitters, Thermocouples, Control Valves, etc.Prepares and reviews engineering calculations, P&IDs, control system narratives and control system architecture, operator interface layout, instrument connection and installation details, location drawings and technical specificationsGenerates DCS Graphic drawings and control logic diagram using SAMA/ISA format for BMS/CCS controls for Boiler and Burners, AQCS, SCR, WSD, FGD, etc. Develops major electrical engineering specifications, bid evaluations, and vendor drawings reviews for equipment (i.e. Medium & Low Voltage Motors (per NEMA MG1), Power Transformers, Switchgear, Motor Control Centers, UPS and VFD Systems, and Pre?Engineered Power Distribution Centers (PDC), and Equipment Layout. etc.Prepares and reviews engineering calculations, one?line diagrams, schematics, block diagrams, wiring diagrams, load list, hazardous area classification (per NFPA 496 & 497), cable schedules, cable tray routings, lighting layouts, panel schedules, grounding layouts, heat tracing, lightning protection layouts, and other electrical layout drawings and specifications as requiredEnsures that I&C / Electrical design & engineering deliverables are delivered per contract specifications, and within budget and schedule as lead engineer, if assignedReviews I&C / Electrical related documents to mechanical, electrical and process equipment technical specifications and vendor drawings of equipment manufacturers or subcontractor’s and prepares comments and recommendationsCoordinates all I&C / Electrical engineering interfaces with other discipline and client as lead engineer, if assignedPrepares I&C / Electrical engineering work plans/progress report and monitor man?hours as lead engineerEnsures work products meet all applicable local and industry codes, standards and regulatory guides specifically NFPA, NEMA, ASME, ISA, etc.Able to review and understand DCS and PLC configuration drawingsAble to support and execute multiple proposal and contract as project discipline engineer with minimum supervisionPerforms I&C / Electrical related equipment inspection FAT Conducts field survey as deemed required Other Duties & Responsibilities Provide supports in developing I&C / Electrical engineering standards and practicesPossess excellent analytical, decision making, planning and organization skillsMust possess excellent leadership skills with the ability to lead others, provide coaching, development and mentoring of subordinatesAbility to travel both within the USA and to other countries, as deemed necessaryFoster a teamwork environmentCommunicate effectively with all levels of employeesAbility to work independently and with othersContinuously seek ways to improve processes to reduce man?hoursOrganize, maintain and control the status of electrical documents & drawings in PWMaintain the highest degree of honesty and integrity at all times Knowledge, Skills, & EducationTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and/or Experience: Must have a Bachelor's degree (BA) in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering from a four?year accredited college or university. Candidate shall have a minimum fifteen (15) years’ experience in Instrumentation & Controls / Electrical engineering and design. Post?graduate education is desirable and will be credited as working experience. Excellent understanding and knowledge of industry codes and standards (ANSI/ISA?5.1, NFPA/NEC, IEEE, NEMA) as they relate to the Power Plant. Candidate shall have strong leadership, communication and presentation skills.Language Skills: Candidate must be fluent in English. Strong verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills. Must be able to interact and communicate well with individuals in all areas of the company.Mathematical Skills: Candidate must possess the necessary mathematical skills required to perform the work and responsibilities described herein.Reasoning Ability: Ability to exercise good judgment and make sound engineering decisions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or schematic form. Computer Skills: Candidate must literate in using common MS Office software including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Access. Knowledge of graphics, technical diagrams, flow charts, etc.
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationKansas City
As an I&C engineer, work with a team of I&C engineers and designers, and other disciplines, to perform detail engineering, including front-end planning work, develop I&C quantities and cost estimation, conduct conceptual studies, perform technical quality reviews, attend Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT), and support construction & commissioning activities . Work under a direct supervision of an I&C lead or work independently on smaller projects or standalone activities. Knowledge of instrumentation and control systems (PLC/DCS) is required.Prepare instruments and control system specifications, instrument inquiry/bid packages, technical bid summaries, and purchase recommendations.Conduct review of instrument and control systems vendor drawings and data. Interface with suppliers, clients, other engineering disciplines, and detailers/designers.Participate in the development of P&ID's and equipment/construction subcontract package specifications.Develop instrument index, I/O list, cause & effect and logic diagrams, and control narratives.Work with the India I&C team and other disciplines to produce I&C engineering and design deliverables.Work with clients and vendors for information required to complete engineering design deliverables on schedule and building long working relationship.Interface and support construction personnel directly from the office and support construction and pre-commissioning activities in the field, as required.Work with SmartPlant Instrumentation (SPI) and other smart tools to produce engineering and design deliverables.Able to support construction and startup & commission activities in the field, as required Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Chemical Engineering from accredited program required.Engineer-In-Training (EIT) Certification recommended.3 years related experience. Completion of master's degree in related field may be substituted for one year of experience. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.Attention to detail.Ability to clearly communicate both verbal and written technical information.Must be proficient in the use of computer software (i.e., MS-Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access).Valid driver's license required. Must be willing and able to obtain, or currently hold a valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC).
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- LocationUnited States of America
Lead Field Service Engineer Rotating Machines, Reduction gears and TurbinesRole Summary:The Lead Field Service Engineer (FSE) will provide technical direction for overhaul, repair and maintenance of equipment consisting of: marine and industrial gear sets; and motor and generator bearings to customer repair teams. You will report to the FSE Manager and manage work items to support customer and internal requirements.Essential Responsibilities:As Lead Field Service Engineer you will:· Perform technical service for safe and successful overhaul, repair and maintenance on marine main reduction gears, industrial gears, attached drives, alignments, motor and generator mechanical equipment. This will include providing technical direction to skilled labor performing work on customer sites to assure the executed work reflects the technical requirements and quality standards of the service request;· Knowledge and ability to execute electrical tests in MV AC Electrical Motors and Generators: Insulation resistance, Winding resistance, voltage drop test, transformation ratio.· Knowledge and ability to perform tests and inspections: Borescope inspections, Neutral zone adjustments, brush and brush holders' tests and adjustments, commutation inspection (surface condition, sparkling conditions, etc.).· Knowledge and ability to perform motors & generators Start-up/Commissioning: Static tests, operational tests (temperature elevation, vibrational tests, electrical parameters, etc.).· Knowledge and ability to execute assembly/disassembly of electrical components such as cables, capacitors, rtd´s, surge arresters, fan motors, CT´s, TC´s, winding (coil assembly, parts insulation, etc.), etc.· Effectively communicate internally and with customers and skilled labor the job-planning requirements (including risk assessment, and technical requirements) that define in detail the operations to be performed through your review of the job requirements, engineering procedures, drawings, schedules, and process instructions;· Prepare timely and accurate timesheets, expense account statements, and professional reports.· Knowledge and ability to execute mechanical inspections in Large and Medium electrical rotating machines (motors & generators): Dimensional control Sleeve & roller bearings, air-gap inspections, metrology skills, etc.· Knowledge and ability to perform shaft alignments: Flexible and solid couplings, Motor - Gear box / Load machines, Generator - gear box / turbine;· Knowledge and ability to execute assembly/disassembly of mechanical components, machine parts such as rotor, stator, covers, heat exchanger, sleeve bearings, roller bearings, couplings, mechanical seals, etc.;