Licensed Professional Engineer (Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical)

AMTS LICENSED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER

 

We are looking for talented, passionate, and licensed Professional Engineers to join our team! You will be responsible for coordinating, implementing, executing, controlling, and completing various advanced technology projects, while working closely with architects, engineers, designers, product representatives and clients.

Roles and Responsibilities for all engineers:

  • Responsible for Cleanroom and Advanced Laboratory (e.g. Imaging, Additive Manufacturing, Photovoltaic) Design from Programming through Construction Administration
  • Engineering calculations to ensure project requirements (e.g. clean class, temperature, quality, capacity) are met.
  • Chemical Engineer = Chemical, Gas, Water, and waste Process systems
  • Mechanical Engineer = Wet/Dry HVAC and Process Water and waste systems
  • Electrical Engineer = Electrical Systems
  • Develop construction specifications and designs for facility equipment and
  • Process systems examples: clean dry air, process vacuum, RODI water, Process Cooling Water, Acid Waste Neutralization, Exhaust systems.
  • HVAC system: Chilled Water, Heating Hot water, Steam, Supply/Exhaust Air
  • Electrical Systems examples: Distribution/Panel Boards, transformers, 480/277V, 208/120V, connecting to substations to support new/existing facilities, UPS, Generators
  • Building Automation Systems Controls and Instrumentation designs in conjunction with other disciplines.
  • Prepare or modify drawings/BIM models in conjunction with CAD/REVIT team at all stages of design
  • Develop facility room layout concepts to support client process and workflow needs and safety.
  • Research, create and update relevant product and system specifications, to meet technical needs of the client.
  • Monitor and coordinate interdisciplinary work for compliance to applicable codes, industry standards, best engineering practices and AMTS standards.
  • Construction Administration including RFI and Submittal responses, site visits and punch list, coordination with inspectors
  • Travel may be required, typically up to 25%, including international and domestic travel.

Additional Roles and Responsibilities for Chemical Engineers:

  • Chemical Engineer = Chemical, Gas, Water, and waste Process systems
  • Process systems examples: clean dry air, process vacuum, RODI water, Process Cooling Water, Acid Waste Neutralization, Exhaust systems.

Additional Roles and Responsibilities for Mechanical Engineers:

  • Mechanical Engineer = Wet/Dry HVAC and Process Water and waste systems
  • HVAC system: Chilled Water, Heating Hot water, Steam, Supply/Exhaust Air

Additional Roles and Responsibilities for Electrical Engineers:

  • Electrical Engineer = Electrical Systems
  • Electrical Systems examples: Distribution/Panel Boards, transformers, 480/277V, 208/120V, connecting to substations to support new/existing facilities, UPS, Generators

Position Requirements:

  • Knowledge of and 5+ years’ experience with engineering design in your respective engineering
    discipline
  • Cleanroom or Laboratory design experience is a plus
  • Writing Skills required: English language specification writing, reports, and memoranda.
  • US Citizenship or permanent residency required.
  • Tool install design experience is a plus.
  • Open to new challenges that new engineering and technical projects will require. Flexible and can work on multiple engineering projects at the same time.
  • Action and results oriented. Succinct and data driven verbal and written communication is a must.

Education & Certification

  • Bachelor of Science degree in your respective Engineering Discipline is required
  • Active Professional Engineer License in your respective Engineering Discipline is required

Computer Skills

  • Computer Skills required: Teams, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, SharePoint, Bluebeam. Must be proficient in Excel.
  • Experience with Pipe-Flo or equivalent software is a plus for mechanical or chemical.
  • Experience with SKM, ETAP or equivalent software is a must for electrical.