The Mechanical Professional Engineerwill manage multiple projects and possess the ability to work in a team environment. Responsibilities include coordinating the planning, design and construction processes of Mechanical, Plumbing, Electrical, and Fire Protection systems, maintaining quality control while minimizing project costs and maximizing energy efficiency within the facility and the ability to perform both conceptual and tangible design of the MP&E/FP systems.
Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years of experience
Registered Professional Engineer Required (Mechanical Engineer)
Proven experience in facilities and equipment preventative maintenance
Experience in estimating, mechanical design, operation and commissioning of generators, chillers, cooling towers, air handling units and control systems
Knowledge of large-scale mission critical facility’s mechanical infrastructure systems
Extensive knowledge of the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI)
Detailed knowledge of construction codes including American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Knowledge of code and healthcare planning requirements and understanding of Joint Commission evaluation criteria
Knowledge of current trends in healthcare delivery and future healthcare technology
Assist in development and maintenance of master development plans for CHC mechanical infrastructure to meet projected growth
Develop and maintain extensive preventive maintenance for CHC equipment and facility
Forecast needs and develop specific plans to accommodate new technologies and integrate new buildings
Review mechanical, plumbing, fire protection and medical gas documents from the conceptual stage through construction documents
Evaluate design of Mechanical, Plumbing and Fire Protection (M/P/FP) systems as appropriate based on type, first cost, operating and maintenance cost and energy management cost
Evaluate value-engineering and cost reduction proposals and make decisions regarding the work
Serve as project manager on specialized M/P/FP projects
Prepare capital budgets for recommended M/P/FP projects for system additions or retrofits that improve operating efficiency and/or conserve energy
Prepare all documents and information to process budget approval.
Coordinate different contractors work or different contracts involving one mechanical system or space
Be an advocate for Plant Services
Provide design assistance to Plant Services to upgrade/maintain existing facility systems
Coordinate utilities between all projects and plan for future expansions
Standards Development and Quality Control
Maintain and improve facility design and construction standards to preserve systems quality while minimizing cost
Research and evaluate new products and systems in the M/P/FP industry, and determine where and if they can be applied within healthcare
Evaluate and assist in selection of M/P/FP contractors based on their work quality, performance and experience.
Management of Commissioning Process
Request and procure proposals and conduct interviews for commissioning of M/P/FP systems.
Manage the commissioning activities within projects.
Maintain standards related to commissioning requirements.
Other duties as assigned
About Carteret Health Care
135 Bed Hospital located in Morehead City, North Carolina