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Employment opportunities in the commissioning industry. To place a classified ad on this page, use the Insertion Order for Classified Ads. For more information, email

Commissioning Technician, Sustainable Engineering Solutions , Berlin, CT
Building Commissioning Professional, Energy Inspectors Corporation , Las Vegas, NV
Quality & Commissioning Authority, OnQGlobal Cx , Various Locations
Senior Mechanical Engineer/Commissioning Engineer, Environmental Health & Engineering , Newton, MA

Commissioning Technician

Sustainable Engineering Solutions | Berlin, CT

Would you like to work for a company that makes a difference? Do you want to help deliver high performance building projects that are environmentally friendly? Do you want to be an advocate for clients by executing a 3rd party, quality control process? Sustainable Engineering Solutions, a fast growing company that provides building commissioning and energy engineering services, is seeking a Commissioning Technician to join our team. This individual will provide assistance to project engineers and project managers on various commissioning and energy engineering projects. Support includes office and field work on project sites with a broad range of tasks.

• Reviewing building design and construction documents including drawings and specifications for comprehension of design intent, construction requirements and operational needs.
• Under the direction and supervision of a project manager, produce various engineering documents including field observation reports, deficiency notices, general and email correspondence and final project reports.
• Assisting project engineers or managers in field work on construction project sites performing commissioning or energy engineering tasks that includes: overseeing and directing functional testing of HVAC, plumbing, electrical, life safety, security, tel/data and building envelope systems.
• Office related tasks of filing project documents, writing specifications and field reports. Researching and development of functional testing documents.
• Must be able and willing to travel to project sites regularly to complete work.

• Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or equivalent experience preferred.
• HVAC experience desired.
• Experience in the Construction Industry desired.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, Self-Motivated, excellent listening skills, problem solving skills, computer knowledge including: Microsoft Office Suite, building energy modeling knowledge a plus.

Position Type: Full-Time

• Commensurate with experience.
• SES offers a competitive benefits package.
• Relocation assistance is not available.
Interested Candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to:
Katelyn Birge, Office Manager;

Building Commissioning Professional

Energy Inspectors Corporation | Las Vegas, NV

Energy Inspectors Corporation is a leading Architectural, MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing) green building, energy efficiency consulting and quality assurance firm servicing Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Utah, and Texas with a team of over 200 employees.

Job Description
We are seeking a full time Certified Building Commissioning Professional to join our Building Commissioning Division based in Southern California (but will serve the following regions as needed: Northern California, Las Vegas, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Texas, and New Mexico). This position will report directly to the VP of Operations, and responsibilities will include:
• Manages, develops and implements scope, schedule, and budget of commissioning projects
• Attends design and construction meetings, observes factory equipment testing, directs and observes functional performance testing of systems and equipment.
• Monitors lighting, HVAC and energy monitoring systems with building automation systems and stand¬alone data loggers to troubleshoot operational problems or to find system inefficiencies
• Inspects building smoke control and/or other life safety systems
• Writes commissioning specifications, functional performance tests, and other commissioning related material/deliverables
• Performs design reviews and make recommendations for improvements

Commissioning Professional –Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in engineering or related field.
• Minimum building commissioning certification: BCA or ACG Certified Commissioning Professional
• PE License, Commissioning or TAB certification is a plus
• A minimum of (5-10) years of commissioning or related experience
• LEED AP, CEM, or CEA Certification is a plus.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skill.
• Technical knowledge of MEP system design and operation
• Vehicle transportation, with valid driver’s license, insurance, and with good driving record.
• Ability to climb ladders and to lift/carry loads up to 30 lbs.
• This position will require travel as needed.

Software / Technical Skill Requirement
• Advanced Level and/or Proficient in Microsoft Software System (Project, Excel, Word, and PPT).

Annual Compensation
• Competitive Salary, DOE

Interested candidates, please submit your resume to

Quality & Commissioning Authority

OnQGlobal Cx | Various Locations

The role is Quality and Commissioning Lead PM for new design & construction projects in the data center industry. Define the process for verifying all the subsystems for mechanical, plumbing, electrical, fire/life safety, building envelopes, interior systems, lighting, controls, and building security to achieve the Owner’s Project Requirements as intended by the Owner and as specified in the Basis of Design by the Engineer of Record. The QCxA’s primary role is ensuring that all QA/QC functions and Cx activities conform to the protocol established under the project Quality & Commissioning Program Standards. This includes managing all general resources (subs, vendors, 3rd party testing, etc) to ensure compliance thru all levels of the QA/QC and Cx process.

 Dallas, TX area
 Reno/Sparks NV area
 Tulsa, OK area


A. Quality & Commissioning management experience, preferably in the data center environment
B. Experience reviewing construction documents for technical accuracy and feasibility
C. Demonstrated ability to work with and lead internal/external cross-functional and partner teams to develop scope, project plan, budgets, and schedules
D. Experience managing vendor relationships and understanding of standard practices in the design and construction industry, including knowledge of fast track design build processes and associated documents and contracts.
E. Demonstrated skills in requirements gathering, resource organization, task prioritization, scheduling and achieving objectives.


A. QCxA will define the QA/QC process that will be a systematic quality‐oriented process for achieving, verifying, and documenting construction and installation of the CSA and MEP equipment, systems, and assemblies meet the design intent and the owner’s operational requirements.
B. QCxA will manage the Commissioning Agent’s development of a comprehensive test plan and incorporate this into the overall Commissioning Plan Project. For clarity, the expectation is that QCxA helps set expectations, tracks progress, and alerts the Owner to any issues.
C. QCxA will create and communicate a plan for integration of Owner’s operations team into the project test and commissioning cycle and ultimate handover process. Focus will be on dates and process for notifications to the Owner’s operations team.
D. QCxA will monitory and coordinate corrective activity for any issues which arise during the commissioning process, from factory witness testing through all levels of the commissioning integrated system testing.
E. Participate in chairing scope review meetings where the commissioning process is reviewed with the contractor and subcontractors.
F. QCxA will facilitate review of documentation, including detailed equipment startup procedures, for use in administration of the commissioning process.
G. Work with the Construction Manager and Subcontractors in developing coordinated start-up plans and start-up documentation formats, including providing pre-functional checklists to be completed during the startup process.
H. Work with the EOR to define the specific equipment and system functional performance test procedures and that the contractor and subcontractors review and accept the procedures for implementation.
I. QCxA shall coordinate with the EOR and GC on relevant directives by local authority inspections and adjust the commissioning plan and schedule accordingly as may be required.
J. QCxA shall work with the EOR and GC to ensure items of non-compliance are corrected and the system retested.
K. QCxA will work directly with the EOR and GC is to ensure that commissioning is completed as required to maintain the scheduled milestones.
L. Coordinate the training provided by the contractor and Subcontractors as required by the contract documents.
M. Coordinate as necessary with the EOR and GC regarding all punchlist items that impact the progression of the Commissioning Program.

Candidates should apply to OnQ website at:

Senior Mechanical Engineer/Commissioning Engineer

Environmental Health & Engineering, Inc. | Newton, MA

EH&E is seeking a senior level engineer: HVAC system performance, forensic engineering, system optimization and energy calculations. Solid foundation in commercial and institutional HVAC design, construction, operation, and controls. Strong commercial building construction background (Healthcare and Life Science) with a focus on mechanical, plumbing and life safety systems. Minimum of 15 years overall experience.

Skills include:
• Understanding of complex HVAC and control systems, including an ability to evaluate and troubleshoot
• Highly motivated and self-directed, with history of taking initiative to solve problems
• Ability to forensically evaluate energy-consuming systems and detect and evaluate deficiencies, quantify energy losses, and determine cost
• Ability to work multiple large-scale projects simultaneously while maintaining a high level of follow-through and communication with key stakeholders
• Dedication to completing projects on time and within budget
• High level of attention to detail with an ability to self-QC work
• Strong facilitation, team building, collaboration, and problem solving skills
• Highly effective communicator with clear and concise writing and presentation skills
• Ability to maintain organized, detailed and accurate project records
• Experience with different types of stand-alone monitoring equipment including flow meters, temperature loggers, electrical meters, and others
• High degree of professionalism with an ability to interact with others at all levels
• Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, Visio, PowerPoint, and Project
• Understanding of site safety procedures, including electrical safety

BS degree in Mechanical Engineering required, PE license a plus (not required). Excellent written and oral communication skills are mandatory for this position. Additionally, candidates should be proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Access, as well as CAD.

Environmental Health & Engineering is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status. Please submit your résumé to