Building Commissioning / Automated Controls Technician
New York, NY, USA

Ready to fight the fight against climate change? SETTY is an award-winning, multi-discipline engineering firm focused on high performance design. Through our integrated and holistic approach to the design of mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, we provide sustainability focused solutions to our clients that result in reduced energy consumption and preservation of our natural resources. Join us and work in a lively environment with opportunities to contribute and grow.

  • Cx plan reviews.
  • Perform site observations.
  • TAB verification and functional performance testing procedures.
  • Performs quality assurance on project sites including monitoring of the implementation of designs.
  • Offer input for saving energy as part of SETTY’s core mission.
  • Provide lead role in small to mid-size projects and/or leading a component(s) of the Cx process on a large project.

  • Proficient in reading/understanding HVAC mechanical plans/specifications.
  • Have a basic understanding of a variety of HVAC systems.
  • Have experience in identifying and clearly documenting design/construction conflicts with other trades.
  • Identify and clearly document mechanical construction deficiencies and derive recommended solutions from past experiences.
  • TAB verification and carrying out assignments from conception to completion.
  • Design/installation/programming/troubleshooting of building automation temperature control systems.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office software programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

Required Qualifications:
  • Certification(s) from relevant organizations, such as ACG, AABC, AEE, NEBB, etc. are preferred.
  • The candidate must have a thorough understanding of the fundamental mechanical engineering principles as they relate to HVAC systems.
  • Specialized knowledge of one or more of the following areas: HVAC design (must have performed load calculations using the Carrier HAP program, Trane TRACE or similar software programs); building automation systems (installation of components and sequences of operations); testing and balancing procedures in accordance with NEBB TAB Procedural Standards.