Refrigeration Design Engineer

  (#8373) - Florida
Industry: Design and Construction


Min: 5 years Refrigeration Engineering Experience is REQUIRED


  • Conceptual design for budgeting purposes
  • Detail design to produce construction drawings; Check quality of design. 
  • Documentation; Design Schedule / Projection
  • Load Calculations; Load Profiles
  • Relief Valve Calculations
  • Peer Review of system design
  • Financial Accountability / Profitability
  • Customer Service; Problem Resolution
  • Communication internal and external to MEAS-JAX
  • Inter-Divisional relations
  • Attend engineering and coordination reviews
  • Attend superintendent drawing review
  • Manage 3 or more projects simultaneously
  • Act as Design Project Manager on Refrigeration Only projects
  • Conduct engineering surveys; Conduct job site inspections


  • Bachelor of Science (Mechanical or Chemical Engineering) is required.
  • Minimum of 5 years prior refrigeration engineering experience is required.
  • Communication Skills; Problem-Solving Capability.
  • Read, analysis and interpret construction drawings and P&ID’s.
  • Write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
  • Presentation skills to co-workers, customers and the general public.
  • Apply common sense and deductive thinking.
  • Demonstrate technical understanding of refrigeration.
Certificates, Licenses, and Registrations:
  • Encouraged to continue education in engineering subjects.
  • Strongly encouraged to take EIT and PE license exams.
Travel Requirements:
  • Average 10 - 15% travel.
  • Comply with MEAS, Client and OSHA safety requirements while traveling to job sites.
  • May occasionally require extended travel of up to two weeks.
Physical Demands:
  • Normal office activities.
  • Climb stairs, ladders, and scaffolding
  • Stand, walk, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
  • Lift 25 pounds.
  • Demonstrate good visual abilities including close, distance, color, peripheral and depth perception.
  • Reasonable accommodations will be made for individuals with disabilities.
Work Environment:
  • Normal office environments
  • Moving mechanical parts
  • Material handling equipment
  • High and precarious places
  • Fumes and airborne particles
  • Toxic and caustic chemicals
  • Electrical equipment requiring caution
  • Outside weather conditions
  • Job site construction noise levels

Supervisory Responsibilities: Manage Designers and CAD Technicians
Commitment: As a salaried employee you may be required to work above the normal 40-hour week to meet corporate and project requirements and deadlines.

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