Mechanical Engineering Project Manager Heating Plant - Department ofAdministration
5701 E Eagle Dr
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Are you a mechanical engineering professional looking for challenging, diverse work? Do you specialize in underground distribution systems? Do you possess good communication skills? Consider working for the State of Wisconsin as a Mechanical Engineering Project Manager.
Located in downtown Madison, the Division of Facilities Development & Management (DFDM), in Madison, Wisconsin, is seeking to hire a Mechanical Engineering Project Manager in the Energy Delivery & Heating Plant Team of the Engineering Section. The Engineering Section Energy Delivery & Heating Plant Team is responsible for providing efficient enterprise mechanical engineering project management services to stakeholders for a wide range of thermal utility and central heating plant systems.
Join an organization that strives to exceed customer expectations by delivering efficient, high-quality state government services. We offer amazing benefits such as a casual office atmosphere, set work schedules (Monday Friday), ample vacation time (120 hours for new employees!), excellent health benefits, and an exceptional employee assistance program that offers a variety of programs and tools to help promote an employees wellness and health.
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Position Summary: This Mechanical Engineering Project Manager position is a professional engineering position which manages, directs, and leads the activities of architects, engineers, contractors and suppliers in the delivery of construction projects. This position is responsible for a broad range of Mechanical Engineering project management functions on capital improvement projects authorized by the State of Wisconsin Building Commission. The primary responsibilities of this professional engineering position include managing complex infrastructure and facilities projects from design through construction, the review and analysis of designs prepared by outside consultants, providing technical support to state agencies, providing site inspections and troubleshooting analysis, developing and maintaining design guidelines and specifications, and developing design and bidding documents. To view the complete Mechanical Engineering Project Manager position description in the Energy Delivery & Heating Plant Team, please click here.
Special Notes: Due to the nature of the position, DOA will conduct background checks on applicants prior to selection. DOA does not sponsor work visas. All persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States, and to complete the required employment eligibility form.
Applicants must meet one of the following: Registration as a Professional Engineer as determined by the Department of Safety and Professional Services, or Graduated from a recognized college or university with a degree in an engineering field such as civil, electrical, electronic, environmental, mechanical, or structural engineering, or Equivalent professional training and practical experience so as to be deemed a professional engineer as deemed by the Department of Safety and Professional Services
Qualifications: Qualified applicants will have experience in: Project management (e.g. management of budget, scope, and schedule of projects, or similar) Technical experience with high pressure steam boiler heating plant engineering, trouble shooting, and facility evaluation Technical experience with thermal utilities engineering, troubleshooting, and evaluation
In addition, well-qualified applicants will have experience in: Air pollution permitting and reporting Developing and maintaining ongoing contracts for high pressure steam heating plant(s) which may include water treatment, natural gas, emission testing and inspections and boiler inspections. Experience with inspection and testing method procedures for Pressure Relief Devices (Safety valves), pressure vessels and piping. Experience reading and developing valve line ups and P&ID (piping and instrumentation diagrams). Experience in document management (e.g. developing, editing, reviewing, maintaining, or similar) Communication skills, (e.g. developing working relationships, developing written materials, negotiation or conflict management, or similar)