Blacksburg , VA USA
USD HOUR $Dependent on Experience per hour
full-time FULL_TIMEInnovative Refrigeration Systems, Inc. http://r717.net Innovative Refrigeration Systems, Inc. 27290
HVAC/R or Electrical School Preferred
This is an entry level position designed to train a new graduate engineer in the field of computer controlled industrial/ammonia/large capacity refrigeration plants with the goal of preparing them to become a Commissioning Engineer within 5 years. New graduate engineers who are comfortable working with cars, motorcycles, farm equipment or other machinery will excel in this role. Travel in North America (United States & Canada) is required in this position. Advancement opportunities into field supervisory & design engineering roles are available for qualified and motivated candidates.
Why work for us? We can offer you a career path and training to advance your career to the next level! We offer competitive salary, full benefits, substantial retirement packages (15% dollar for dollar match!), company credit card, laptop, service vehicle, and cell phone. Simply put, we are looking to invest time and money into developing the most elite team of technicians and engineers in the ammonia refrigeration industry. If you want to be the best in the business, this position is for you!
Innovative Refrigeration Systems, Inc. is a national, premier custom industrial refrigeration system company that strives to provide a one-stop shop for our valued customers. We are proud to provide everything from custom designed refrigeration systems to upkeep and maintenance for our clients. Because of our continuous growth, we are looking for qualified, dedicated, passionate new Engineers who share our drive and vision.
What is a Commissioning Engineer?
A Commissioning Engineer is responsible for: onsite initial safety startup inspection/documentation, verification of all piping and instrumentation diagrams, operation of all emergency equipment’s functionality and installation per code, review/verification of sequence of operation for plants, electrical power safety system installation and operation per code, piping installation per code, ammonia and refrigerant detection systems installation and operation, dehydration/evacuation of internal piping systems, charging of refrigerants, and loading fluids into plants. Additionally, set up of all control valves, isolation valves, and sensors, programming of numerous equipment interface computers, testing/verification of proper sequencing, connection of these valves and interface computers to main PLC and HMI (large master computer). Testing/verification of proper flows and capacities of support refrigerant pumps, water pumps, glycol pumps, chillers, condensers, evaporators, vessels, separation vessels, expansion tanks, level controls, pressure controls, etc.
The Commissioning Engineer is the lead person responsible for the safety of the entire commissioning and support team onsite first and foremost. They are then responsible for the proper operation and verification of this process to ensure the safest and the most energy efficient operation of the newly started plant. Commissioning teams have between 2 and 12 engineers and support members onsite during this process. Depending on the size of the industrial refrigeration systems these plants can take days to months to commission. Team members rotate out for breaks on large projects every 10 days for 4 day weekends. During these rotational breaks on large projects the responsibilities rotate to different members of the team and goals are set by Commissioning Engineer. The commissioning engineer assumes complete and total responsibility of the project while delegating tasks to members of the team to handle different parts of the commissioning process and its implementation. Commissioning Engineer will be responsible for the training of customers in the operation and engineering of every newly started refrigeration plant. Our plants are as exciting and complicated to start up and commission as a nuclear power plant or launching the space shuttle!
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