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    Discussion in 'Mechanical design JOBS' started by Recruiter 4 USA, Jan 31, 2013.

    1. Recruiter 4 USA

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      A long established manufacturer of commercial and industrial HVAC air rotation systems and custom designer of HVAC equipment seek a Sales Engineer to join their growing company in St. Louis, Missouri.

      An Inside Sales Engineering position is dedicated to the bidding and presale design of custom HVAC systems while managing the day to day activities of assigned accounts and markets.


      • Perform supporting role for all Sales Representatives and National Sales Manager.
      • Read and interpret technical specifications (Bid documents) and plans (Blueprints). Compile this information such that an accurate estimate is available to develop final bid pricing.
      • Ability to apply common HVAC unit components in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations, Company design standards, as well as industry standards.
      • Develop “Project Proposal Specification” or scope of work using applicable information from bid documents and component selections. Format of scope to be consistent with current Company scope guidelines.
      • General understanding of project terms and conditions with regard to how they impact pricing.


      • Bachelor degree preferred. Mechanical Engineering a plus.

      • 2+ years experience in HVAC field or related.
      • Must have experience with fan, coil and heat exchange selection.
      • Knowledge in Microsoft Office and AutoCAD.
      • Proficient in technical writing.
      • Ability to communicate well verbally and visualize concepts.
      • Ability to travel as needed both in the U.S. and Internationally.
      • U.S. Citizen/Permanent.

      The company offers a strong compensation package and comprehensive benefits, including 401k.

      For immediate consideration, email resume to recruiter4usa@gmail.com.
      Last edited: Jan 31, 2013

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