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HVAC specialist (M/F)

On/Offshore Engineering
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TechnipFMC is a world leader in engineering and construction in the fields of oil and gas, petrochemicals, minerals and metals.

As an HVAC Engineer, you are responsible to perform the design of HVAC engineering systems, from the specification of the equipment to the delivery of the HVAC material.


Part of equipment department within the onshore-offshore engineering division, you are mainly in charge of:

• Issue HVAC basic data (site and operation), specifications and standards.

• Design and select the most appropriate HVAC system according to the different parameters (performance, cost, local norms, maintenance ...)

• Calculate and / or estimate thermal loads

• Prepare specification and material requisition files for detailed engineering, manufacturing, testing of HVAC material for Vendor.

• Coordinate Vendor and reviewing vendor documents

• Participate to inspections and tests of HVAC material


You are working in close collaboration with other services (Installation, Process, Electricity, Instrumentation, etc ... but also Purchasing, Expediting, Inspection) to centralize requests, clarify needs, analyze suppliers' specific deviations and solve technical problems.


You are graduate engineer with knowledge in HVAC, you have a minimum of  5 years’ experience in HVAC engineering within oil & gas or industrial field.

Organized, good communication, decision making, execution oriented will be the strengths needed to succeed in this position. Moreover, you will be able to adapt and evolve with ease to various key actors in project with different cultures.

You speak fluent English and are mobile for trips in France and abroad.


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