PROJECT MANAGER, TURNOVER/COMMISSIONING, Facilities-Campus Construction-Systems Performance and Turnover, to oversee the development, updating, and implementation of the turnover program for new and renovation construction projects and manage select project commissioning processes. Will manage, control, and coordinate the turnover process on projects, verifying all MIT program- and project-specific requirements are met; manage the commissioning process to time, scope, and budget, verifying all safety, quality, and environmental requirements are met; provide support for and liaison to third-party consultants hired to implement the commissioning process; and facilitate collaboration between all groups that compose the Department of Facilities, Sustainability Office, and the Environment, Health, and Safety Office with relation to commissioning and facility turnover activities.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree in mechanical or electrical engineering, although those from other disciplines will be considered; and a minimum of seven years' turnover/commissioning experience. Must have knowledge of building operation and maintenance and O&M training; full building commissioning, retro-commissioning, and continuous commissioning processes; automation and controls systems, HVAC systems, gas distribution systems, commercial refrigeration, fire alarm/life safety systems, and lighting controls. Extensive field experience operating and troubleshooting building systems and building automation systems; designing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems for commercial, institutional, and light industrial facilities required; and with building and energy codes and energy standards is required. Must also be experienced with energy-efficient equipment design and control strategy optimization and capable of reviewing commissioning specifications and prefunctional and functional test procedures. Seek someone with a systematic and self-motivated approach to work who demonstrates initiative and can liaise effectively with professional staff throughout the Institute. A P.E. (professional engineer) or E.I.T. (engineer in training) is preferred. Job #15198-P
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