The Job Network

Commissioning Electrical Field Engineer

companyFST Technical Services
locationSan Antonio, TX, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/14/2022
Full Time

Job Description

FST Technical Services Commissioning (Cx) division formerly horizon engineering associates LLP, is one of the leading Cx firms in the country. We partner with clients for quality assurance in the design, construction, and post-acceptance phases of building projects. We ensure that equipment in mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and associated systems are designed, installed, and functionally tested to meet the clients requirements and design intent.

About us:

The building commissioning (Cx) process strives for reliable and energy efficient building operation and maintenance well into the future. Our staff members have been vocal in the industry for nearly three decades, and senior members of the Building Commissioning Association (BCxA) have come from our ranks.

Our portfolio is extremely diverse, and we consult on a variety of projects including cultural/educational institutions, airports/public infrastructure, healthcare facilities, manufacturing complexes, and data centers across the country. Our client roster is deep, and current and past projects can be found at our online collection here

We are experiencing an exciting period of growth and are continuing to be a trailblazer in the industry while holding true to our core values: innovation, safety, service, accountability, fellowship and expertise. Our success is a direct reflection of the talent and dedication of our extraordinary team. We are looking for motivated people as we head into this exciting new chapter. Join us in making a positive impact each day in the building construction industry!


  • A Commissioning Field Engineer reports to a Team Leader and is responsible for the delivery and execution of our professional services tasks for equipment in mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and associated systems.
  • Primary activities include completing office assignments, time and expense management, in-field installation validation, field observation reports, functional performance testing, meeting attendance and documentation, and on-site and factory witness testing.
  • Additional activities include executing target billable hours, managing tasks within time budgeted, and participating in the company-wide safety and training programs.
  • Candidate must be able to travel to and from various job sites within the assigned region.


  • Completed a Bachelor’s degree in HVACR, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Construction Management OR an Associate’s degree in Engineering Technology OR related trade school, construction, maintenance, or engineering controls experience
  • Previous employment in a staff or intern position related to maintenance, construction, or engineering controls
  • Hands-on knowledge of equipment including pumps, fans, motors, air ventilation, chillers, boilers, steam distribution, heat absorption, building automation systems, optimization techniques, electrical distribution, and fire alarm systems.
  • Knowledge of construction drawings, specifications, and bid process
  • Aptitude to solve problems independently and in a team environment
  • Effective verbal and written communication skill
  • Adaptability to varying indoor and outdoor working conditions
  • Physical fitness, capability to lift at least 30 pounds, and ability to climb ladders
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Trade Association involvement
  • EIT or similar certification from experience
  • OSHA 10 or other safe workplace certifications
  • Public speaking and presentation skills

Powered by JazzHR


Loading interface...
Loading interface...
Loading interface...
Loading interface...
Loading interface...
Loading interface...