The HVAC engineer will be a professional who is engaged in providing specialized engineering services in the areas related to ventilation of fume hoods in laboratories. The HVAC engineer’s responsibilities comprise designing, testing, and manufacturing the systems related to ventilation so that they are properly fitted to meet the required specifications for the existing old buildings as well as the newly constructed buildings. Thus, he/she will play a vital role in estimating, leading, managing, and overseeing Projects for the HVAC engineering department. Age: 35 years
The HVAC engineer will be responsible for taking into account the clients' needs and designing the system wherein these requirements will be fulfilled by carrying out these duties within the given budget standards. He determines the scope of the clients' project and makes sure that it is completed within the given deadline. His work includes installing the ductwork, blowers, fume hood components and other related tasks like troubleshooting, repairing, recycling, etc. He is also involved in managing the team, estimating the cost, and communicating with the other departments to ensure successful completion. Here are some points mentioned below which will help you in giving a clear picture about the key responsibilities that need to be shouldered by an HVAC engineer:1. To design the HVAC system as per the requirements mentioned in the proposal through various stages like estimating, designing, fabricating, and testing.
The individual aspiring to make a career in this field must have an engineering aptitude and must be creative to develop innovative HVAC designs. Excellent communication skills, good understanding and interpretation of the project requirements, delivering it on the given deadline and within the given budget standards, excellent organization, time management, and supervisory skills are some of the qualities that will help in ensuring success.Educational Requirements
The most basic eligibility criteria are that an individual should have completed a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering or an electrical degree or diploma (B.E. or DME – Mechanical Engineering). Previous work experience related to HVAC systems designing, production, or service related work experience would definitely prove to be an advantage while applying for the desired job. Any other professional certification or licensure would be beneficial.Work Schedule
Though the work schedule is standard, i.e., requiring him/her to work for forty hours weekly, he/she may need to work overtime in case the project needs to be completed on time.Experience and Salary Package
Attractive Salary Package coupled with Incentive schemes are offered. Package will be dependent on the size, type, location, and the level of responsibilities that candidate has handled in previous organizations. Minimum 7 years in similar industry is a must.