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Building Automation Applications Engineer

Company Name:
Solution Staffing, Inc
Due to tremendous growth, one of The Delaware Valleys leading Building Automation providers has an immediate need for a Building Automation Controls / HVAC Controls Applications Engineer to assist with new projects, retrofits, and system upgrades. Company offers a superior compensation package which includes 401k, life, dental, medical, disability insurance, company vehicle with gas card, cell phone, laptop, continuous training, and growth opportunity! Position follows:
Ideally we are looking for someone that has 1-2+ years of experience designing new and retrofitted Building Automation Systems for Fortune 500 Companies, Schools, Hospitals, and Large Industrial Accounts. Candidates with HVAC Mechanical experience will also be considered. Job duties will include:
Using AutoCAD to design systems
Work closely with sales team, architects, and engineers to design systems.
Perform occasional site visits to clients to better understand their design needs
Equipment selection
Equipment budgeting /cost control
Perform jobsite walk-throughs
Occasional attendance of construction meetings
This is an excellent opportunity with growth potential. To apply, please send your resume as a word attachment.
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