CAREERS

Commissioning Agent (CxA) -  Mid-Level Electrical & Mechanical
Mutiple Locations, United States
EYP MCF is a pioneer and leader in Data Center Strategy, Planning, Design, Integration, Commissioning and Testing with Experience working in thousands of data centers in the U.S. territory and across the globe. We provide a broad set of services for the enterprise, institutional, webscale, service provider and colocation companies.

 

Our team of consultants assist clients in understanding how to bring data closer to their own customers, bringing all components of IT and the facility together, and enable rapid deployment of a solution that achieves critical objectives.

 

We believe we are strongly positioned to create flexible environments that can easily adapt to changes and disruptions -- while eliminating risks and creating efficiencies.

 

This career-growth-minded opportunity offers exciting projects with leading-edge technology and innovation.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • oversight and coordination of multi-discipline division of work related to design, review, and commissioning of critical infrastructure for new and existing construction and special projects.

  • responsible for supporting vendors, contractors, and other teams involved in the construction and commissioning of various systems including medium and low voltage power systems, generators, UPS, HVAC, chilled water, BMS, and EPMS systems.

  • Conduct all duties, transactions, and communications in a professional, respectful, and ethical manner on internal and external levels at all times.

  • Take ownership of performance and career goals.

  • Support coworkers and the objectives of the business.

  • Maintain confidentiality and care of proprietary information to ensure secure work products.

  • Respond to clients and partners within better-than-expected timeframes.

  • Complete projects within or under budgets and deadlines.

  • Understand EYP products, identify opportunities, and promote options through discussion with customers.

  • Drive to repeat business.

  • Engage in thought leadership to support a creative environment and advancement of the profession.

  • Seek home and corporate community projects to promote corporate culture and goals.

  • Participate in professional organizations for networking and educational purposes.

  • Maintain certifications as required for your position.

  • Work and communicate independently and responsibly in a virtual workplace environment.

  • Know, understand, and comply with safety regulations and best practices.

  • Travel as required for your position.

  • Manage projects, plan, provide and gather specifications, and execute assignments in a multidisciplinary engineering Commissioning role for large facility projects.

  • Verticals covered include government, commercial, financial services, hospitals, or institutional in large and/or complex facilities and mission-critical facilities, such as data centers, telecommunications, or disaster recovery sites. Identify and assemble required documentation, drawings, and data from clients, vendors, and contractors.

  • Adhere to a thorough quality management and/or QC process and procedures that validate and document our client’s systems and develop project-specific commission plans.

  • Perform a wide range of procedures to verify the integrity and performance of the customer’s mission-critical support infrastructure.

  • Participate in daily commissioning activity meetings which include developing and/or reviewing factory witness test procedures for major equipment.

  • Responsible for equipment pre-start-up and start-up procedures, the development of standard operating procedures (SOP's) and Methods of Procedures (MOPs), comprehensive commissioning documentation, attending factory witness tests, and providing detailed reports identifying deficiencies.

  • Prepare commissioning test procedures and reports, develop and maintain commissioning logs, equipment checklist, and other tools to track commissioning projects, and write comprehensive reports which include recommendations for optimizing building operations, functional checklists, list of deficiencies, equipment operation, and maintenance manuals.

  • Review design criteria, specifications, drawings, equipment submittals, and other documentation pertinent to commissioning.

  • Responsible for integrated system testing, load bank testing, and the compilation of all testing procedure results.

  • Develop and administer functional tests for various building MEP systems, such as fire alarm and control systems, HVAC, chillers, CRAC units, normal and standby electrical distribution systems, UPS, standby generators, and emergency lighting.

  • Responsible for system assembly, commission plan preparation, and following company QC process and procedure.

  • Help lead and manage any external resources, schedule, and direct periodic commissioning meetings, and attend construction and coordination meetings if required for the project.

  • Interface with clients, contractors, equipment vendors, and owners agents as needed, execute project assignments, and interface with project contractors, vendors, and testing.

  • Verify results of test reports, assist with field troubleshooting of commissioned equipment as needed, and demonstrate field experience in the operations and applications of electrical and mechanical testing equipment.

  • Perform energy audits of facilities and manage the implementation of ECMs.

  • Perform detailed on-site assessment of the present condition, operation, and energy-consumption of existing buildings, noting all deficiencies and potential improvements.

  • Adjust projects as necessary, using engineering principles and experience.

  • Determine, recommend and implement design and construction of client facilities.

  • Demonstrate experience conducting ASHRAE-defined Commercial Building Energy Audits, which includes Preliminary, Level I, and Level II.

  • Respond to customer inquiries in a manner that exceeds the customer’s expectations.

  • Travel as required, as much as 60% of the time.

  • Maintain compliance with the EYPMCF safety handbook.

  • Perform all other duties as assigned.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • serve in a key advisory, oversight, and monitoring role to verify that project delivery is accomplished per the agreed-upon Contract Documents and quality standards.

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent military or industrial training with 5-7+ years of experience in electrical/mechanical/controls engineering, energy services, plant operations, or related field or Construction Management.

  • Assume primary responsibility for facilitating the integration and coordination of all commissioning activities between the PD/COR and the General Contractor. 

  • Be prepared to brief the PD/COR, OBO/COM Commissioning Branch COR or A/CxCOR, OBO/Construction Executive, and Contractor staff regarding status, integration, and coordination of all commissioning activities.

  • Be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

  • Ability to get and maintain Secret Clearance.

 

 

EYP MCF is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; religion; genetic information; national origin; sex; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions; age; disability; citizenship status; uniform service member status; or any other protected class under federal, state, or local law. 

 

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