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Engineering Project Manager -- Mechanical Engineer

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Disher Design & Development
Engineering Project Manager -- Mechanical Engineer -- Architecture + Engineering
Our Talent Attraction team is currently partnering with our Architecture + Engineering customer in Holland, Michigan in their search for a full time, direct hire Engineering Project Manager with Industrial Experience.
This is a great opportunity to work in a client-focused, general practice A+E firm with focus in the design of K-12 Education, Higher Education, Industrial Manufacturing, Food Processing and Health Care. Our Mechanical Engineers focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability.
The qualified candidate will have a Bachelors of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university, required.
Five or more years of Architecture and Engineering Project Management experience required.
INDUSTRIAL BUILDING PROJECT EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
We require strong experience and knowledge in HVAC and mechanical/process piping systems.
The outstanding candidate should have the ability to consult with customers on their worksite and have excellent communication skills.
Large project experience required, in the range of $5M to $250M.
Proven ability to manage multiple projects / deadlines simultaneously.
CAD EXPERIENCE PREFERRED.
Experience in 3D/Revit preferred.
Experience with sustainable design, high performance design and/or UA Green Building Council LEED rating is preferred.
LEED Accredited Professional is preferred.
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING REGISTRATION is required.
You must be currently legally authorized to work in the United States of America for any employer without restrictions or expirations.
If interested, please apply and attach resume at the following link: http://disherdesign.catsone.com/careers

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