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Senior Mechanical Engineer

  • Location: Bethesda, MoCo, Maryland
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 27 days ago

  • Sector: Government
  • Start Date: 2022-06-01
  • Job Ref: 22-11283
The NIH is looking for a Senior Mechanical Engineer for their Bethesda location.

Overall Position Summary and Objectives Provide support for Technical Support Branch (TSB), by providing reviews of design documents and providing engineering expertise/consultation in support of complex issues in existing buildings at NIH and support for Facilities Compliance and Inspection Section (FCIS), Division of Technical Resource (DTR), providing continuous oversight of design, construction, commissioning, qualification, and turnover of new Aseptic Processing Facility (APF).
Minimum Education
Bachelor's
Resume Max Pages
3
 
 
Certifications & Licenses
  • N/A
Skills (Ranked By Priority)
  1. Experience and knowledge in providing professional support services in mechanical engineering design and controls for laboratories, animal facilities, healthcare, and cGMP facilities.
  2. Experience with hands-on commissioning, sequences of operation, Client programming, troubleshooting, developing functional tests protocols and physical inspection to proper installation and operation
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 represents priority rankings, where 1 is highest priority and 5 is lowest priority of those ranked
Software
  • Computer skills to include MS Office Suite.
Field of Study
  • Mechanical Engineering
 
DELIVERABLES
  • Review and provide comments on Client/controls on reports developed for improving pressurization (dP) recovery times and minimizing failures during power loss and power restoration / recovery - Weekly
  • Provide recommendations for improvements to the current Client PPCL code. The objective is to improve the current sequence of operation by removing unnecessary complexities in the current code and thereby improve reliability - Weekly
  • Assist NIH team with addressing issues during commissioning and inability to meet the design acceptance criteria - Daily
  • Review and evaluate commissioning functional test results - Weekly
  • Review and evaluate commissioning reports - Daily
  • Inspection of the mechanical/controls progress. This includes on site presence as required. Provide Construction Punch List - Ad-Hoc
  • Review of drawings, specifications for projects as assigned - Ad-Hoc
  • Review Client control submittals and sequences of operations as assigned - Ad-Hoc
  • Support the development of NIH-DRM Client controls and commissioning requirements /guidance required for the 2022 DRM review and update - Weekly
STATEMENT OF WORK DETAILS

Coordinates all physical security related aspects for new, major modernization, rehabilitation and renovation projects.
 
  • Coordinate project meetings, special projects, project documents, cost estimates, receiving and processing correspondence.

Provides cost estimates to develop adequate engineering solutions to ensure compliance with Federal physical security guidelines.
 
  • Provide and/or assist project officer and A/E staff with cost estimates to develop adequate engineering solutions to ensure compliance with NIH Physical Security Design Guidelines.

Performs site assessments to identify compliance with Federal physical security design guidelines.
  • Experience with hands-on commissioning, sequences of operation, Client programming, troubleshooting, developing functional tests protocols and physical inspection to proper installation and operation
  • Experience and knowledge in providing professional support services in mechanical engineering design and controls for laboratories, animal facilities, healthcare, and cGMP facilities
Develops budgeting and project implementation strategy estimates.

Conducts physical security review of project design drawings and associated documents.