HVAC Electrical Engineer
Posted on Jan 15, 2020 by Global Channel Management, Inc.
HVAC Electrical Engineer needs Experience working with product and/or system design in an engineering environment.
HVAC Electrical Engineer requires:
- Bachelor's Degree in engineering or related field (from an ABET accredited university), or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Electrical aptitude and problem solving skills.
- Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.
- Ability to organize and manage simultaneous tasks and projects
- Proven interpersonal skills with effective and professional communication.
- Ability to make decisions quickly in order to maintain project schedules.
- Proven flexibility and adaptability to changing situations and environments.
- Experience using the Microsoft Windows operating system in conjunction with the following Microsoft Office modules: Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word and Visio.
- Experience in the HVAC field service environment.
- Experience on embedded HVAC controls.
- Experience with residential split or packaged HVAC equipment (which may include air handlers, indoor coils, condensing units, gas furnaces, heat pumps, and their associated components).
HVAC Electrical Engineer duties:
- Develop advanced systems & controls: products, parts, specifications, algorithms, circuits, etc. in a timely and effective manner to ensure quality, customers, and cost objectives are met.
- Collects, analyzes, and interprets data, develops engineering computer programs, and designs basic circuits or components.
- Performs accurate analysis of product performance, making appropriate recommendations as needed to improve product quality, performance, cost, and reliability.
About the Company
Global Channel Management is a technology company that specializes in various types of recruiting and staff augmentation. Our account managers and recruiters have over a decade of experience in various verticals. GCM understands the challenges companies face when it comes to the skills and experience needed to fill the void of the day to day function. Organizations need to reduce training and labor costs but at same requiring the best "talent " for the job