Smith Seckman Reid, Inc Mechanical Engineer in Denver, Colorado

Mechanical Engineer Location: Denver, CO Job Code: 1043 # ofopenings: 1 DescriptionA leading comprehensive engineering design and consulting firm, SSR providesinnovative solutions for clients with facility and infrastructure challenges.To achieve client needs, SSR has multiple locations across the US. Workingwith a diverse group of individuals in a variety of markets, our team ofexperts partner with our clients to deliver advanced solutions that last.SSR is committed to providing opportunities and benefits to colleagues thatpromote living fully. Through various competitive benefits and programsavailable, SSR supports the health, well-being, and personal growth ofits employees. SSR offers benefit options including medical, dental, andvision coverage, a generous contribution to employee-owned Health SavingsAccount, 401(k) with matching up to the full IRS maximum, tuitionreimbursement, and a variety of other employee incentives and wellnessprogramsWe know that SSR is a great place, but don't take our word for it, seewhat our colleagues are saying at . Why Choose SSR? Look at our Twitter,Facebook and LinkedIn pages to discover more.Looking for a Mechanical Engineer for Denver.Under general supervision or independently, performs a variety ofassignments requiring the application of standard design engineeringtechniques for small projects or selected segments of large projects.Continuously seeks opportunities to learn and develop within the disciplinewith the support of senior design staff. Assists the project team in theproduction of projects on time, within budget, and consistent withindustry standards.Key Responsibilities:Begins assuming responsibility for project designs under the supervision ofthe EOR and within the Engineer's control and expertiseResponsible for developing design approaches and concepts for projects withconceptual input and oversight from EORPerforms specific engineering studies and other design analyses using industrysoftwareOversees preparation of drawings, ensuring accuracy, and neatness of workEvaluates the work of design colleagues and provides feedback and/orcorrectionsAttends meetings with owners, clients, or architects as neededCoordinates with local authorities, utilities, and municipalities toincorporate associated construction, code, and government requirementsAssists with the development of the overall man-hour budget and is responsiblefor the man-hour budget within the discipline; develops work plans for thediscipline team in accordance with the budgetProvides input, feedback, and updates on project schedules; plans workin accordance with the scheduleResponsible for performing studies, load calculations, and selection ofequipment appropriate to the project designResponsible for coordinating equipment and overall design space requirementswith the architect and other disciplinesAttends in-house project kick-off meeting and design meetingsReviews work for technical accuracy and completeness prior to the finalQA/QC reviewCommunicates design requirements and answers questions from contractors andsuppliers during the bid or construction phasesConducts project job site visits during construction to monitor progress andobserve installed construction; makes comments based on designspecifications, owner expectations, and building codesReviews shop drawings and submittalsMaintains detailed records of communications with clients, contractors,vendors, and team membersAssists in training, mentoring, and/or developmental guidance ofdesigners and EITsMaintains a continued focus on keeping up with industry trends and changesthrough continued self-education and trainingMay assist the Project Manager in facilitating some project duties as requiredAn ideal candidate will possess the following requirements:Bachelor's degree in engineering from an ABET accredited college with fourto seven years applicable experience in discipline design and analysisRegistered Professional EngineerKnowledge of Microsoft Office Suite