Skip to content

(281) 893-1130

Mon-Fri: 7:30-5:00

Dependable, Professional Staffing in Houston Since 1978

Mechanical Engineer In-Training –

Essential Duties and Functions
Serve as a member of the mechanical team for the design development process of mechanical
components for client projects as assigned:
• Perform engineering calculations and apply engineering principles to assist in the
successful design, creation and delivery of all mechanical AutoCad and Revit drawings
for each client project
• Review specifications, shop drawings, addendum, and other construction documents as
assigned for mechanical-related items
• Review field reports and participate in field inspections of mechanical-related items as
assigned
• Conduct field work as necessary to verify design and/or as assigned by supervisor
• Participate in client meetings as necessary and/or as assigned by supervisor
• Participate in career development training as assigned by supervisor or Human
Resources Manager
Required Skills and Knowledge
• Bachelor’s degree in Engineering
• Successful completion of the Fundamentals of Engineering examination
• Certified by the State of Texas as an Engineer-in-Training (EIT)
• Knowledge of and experience with AutoCad and Microsoft Office Suite
• Knowledge of building codes
• Exceptional attention to detail
• Ability to manage multiple projects under strict deadlines
• Ability to work well on a team
• Exceptional written and verbal skills
Preferred Skills and Knowledge
• Knowledge of and experience with Revit
• Previous experience in an MEP consulting environment
• Previous experience designing MEP systems for schools
• Experience in the design of HVAC systems, central plants, heating systems, ventilation
systems, temperature controls and indoor air quality, as well as other standard
mechanical systems for commercial buildings

Supervisory Responsibilities
Designers and Draftsperson

Position Type/Work Hours
Full-time (40 hours per week) exempt salaried position
Some overtime required
Travel
Occasional; primarily to and from job sites and/or client meetings.
Physical Demands and Work Environment (Office)
• This is a primarily sedentary position that requires the ability to occasionally bend,
stoop, reach, lift, move and carry office supplies and materials weighing 20 pounds or
less.
• Employees work near moving parts and have risk of electrical shock.
• Typical noise in the work environment is moderate.
• Must have hand/eye coordination to operate other business machines, including but not
limited to, personal computer, phone, fax, copier, and calculator.
• Hearing and speech sufficient to communicate verbally on the phone.
• Mobility to alternate between sitting or standing and moving about the facility.
Physical Demands and Work Environment (Job Site)
• Physical demands of this position include the ability to occasionally bend, stoop, reach,
lift, move and carry supplies and materials weighing 50 pounds or less.
• Must be able to stand for long periods of time, as well as walk short distances, climb
stairs and/or ladders, crawl through confined spaces and kneel for extended periods to
assess construction progress
• Must be able to withstand outdoor elements including heat and cold
• Must follow all posted and verbal safety instructions
• Must have hand/eye coordination to operate other business machines, including but not
limited to, personal computer, phone, fax, copier, and calculator.
• Hearing and speech sufficient to communicate verbally on the phone.
• Mobility to alternate between sitting or standing and moving about the facility and/or
job site.

Please email resume to Camille@cypresscreekpersonnel.com

Call Now
Contact Us
Scroll To Top