Job Title
Systems Engineer (HVAC)

Oklahoma City OK

Min Salary

Min Years Experience


This role will be responsible for design, development, and implementation of HVAC products that meet or exceed best-in-class performance and reliability targets across multiple platforms and product families, as well as manufacturing support for existing products.


  • Provide measurable contribution to several NPD projects and sustaining initiatives as well as manage projects throughout the complete product development cycle
  • Support manufacturing, sales & marketing, quality and supply chain functions
  • Interface with vendors, customers and field personnel
  • Design, optimize and qualify HVAC systems employing advanced analytical methods and experimental techniques
  • Ensure design quality, supporting your calculations and design proposals
  • Manage product qualification and agency compliance test programs
  • Conduct analytical studies employing state-of-the-art simulation tools
  • Generate technical specifications, summary reports and standard work instructions
  • Conduct presentations for engineering and business personnel


Education: Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering required, with a preferred emphasis on HVAC system design and thermal sciences.

Experience: Minimum of 3+ year of relevant experience with HVAC system design and applications or equivalent.

Computer Skills: Experience in state-of-the-art simulation tools; familiarity with computer programming languages, EES and MatLab is a plus. Familiarity with the engineering level office productivity software.

Certificates & Licenses: None

Other Requirements:

  • Knowledge of HVAC system design and applications
  • Knowledge of new product development, design for 6 sigma and design for manufacturing and assembly
  • Knowledge of the fundamentals of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and heat exchanger design
  • Knowledge of industry standards and agency compliance
  • Knowledge of air management & aeroacoustics and structural analysis
  • Familiarity with advanced experimental techniques, instrumentation, calibration, measurement systems, uncertainty analysis, and DoE concepts
  • Knowledge of manufacturing methods used in HVAC&R field; industrial experience is a plus but not required
  • Good communication and organization skills
  • Ability to multi-task, manage risks, solve problems and achieve project objectives
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
  • Self-motivation, innovation drive, accountability and ownership

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