Mar 142019

ANOTECH Energy is a consulting and engineering company dedicated to the Energy industries. ANOTECH Energy has developed partnerships with the main actors of the Oil and Gas industry, Nuclear and Renewable energy sectors in general. In order to support its growing activities, ANOTECH ENERGY BELGIUM is looking to hire a Junior HVAC Engineer M/W The HVAC Team is in charge of the following activities: HVAC systems design and modifications studies from feasibility up to the commissioning of the new or modified installation. Diagnoses, performance analysis and performance optimization of existing HVAC systems in nuclear and non nuclear facilities. Operations & Maintenance support for HVAC equipment. Design specifications, procurement specifications, implementation & start-up of HVAC installations. A a consultant in the team, you will take in charge various tasks related to engineering support to the nuclear power generating units and installations in the field of HVAC techniques, including: Provide technical expertise for the preparation of bids, Determine the best technical solutions to be provided to the customer,  Manage the conceptual design, preliminary design and calculations (Thermal, Flow, ,..),  Elaborate the studies and technical specifications, Manage the contract time schedule, cost and quality Follow-up the site activities. Support Expert and Contract Manager for HVAC projects. Determine the technical solution to be provided to the customer, Provide conceptual, preliminary design and calculations … Original job ad is published on – Set up a Jobagent at StepStone now and find your dream job! For similar jobs, information on employers and career tips visit!

Match criteria: Business Supplies and Equipment, Consulting, Project management, Electric engineering, Quality Assurance, Mechanical engineering, Facility Coordinator, 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Non, Assistant or Support

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