What you will do
How you will do it
- Sound and Vibration Subject Matter Expert (SME) for HVAC equipment, specifically air-handling equipment.
- Provide acoustic and vibration technical support to product engineering, product/project management, marketing, and sales teams.
- Industry thought leadership on HVAC equipment sound and vibration ratings and test standards
What we look for
- Provide equipment sound ratings to Sales and Marketing for publication.
- Support application and project engineering teams in the area of sound and vibration.
- Conduct formal training for internal and external customers on air-handler acoustics.
- Provide direction and advice to Product/Project Management teams for quiet, reliable and low cost designs.
- Plan, schedule, coordinate and report on acoustic and vibration testing.
- Develop algorithms for equipment sound ratings for use in equipment selection programs.
- Review patents and papers to understand the limits of technology and IP in the industry.
- Analyze design options using acoustic FE and SEA analysis software.
- Research competitive equipment with respect to sound and air performance ratings.
- Engage in a leadership role in research and standardization activities of professional and trade associations.
- Provide root-cause analysis relating to warranty/service cases.
- Adhere to the Company?s Business Ethics Standards
- Bachelor?s Degree in Engineering or related science.
- Training in the field of acoustics and vibration or experience in HVAC design.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, particularly in the form of reports and presentations.
- Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to work with a diverse team of engineers and customers on fast paced projects.
- Knowledge of applicable equipment rating and test standards including those of the Air-Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), ASHRAE, AMCA, International Organization for Standardization (ISO), ANSI, and ASTM international.
- Advanced Degree in Acoustics or degree with a focus in Acoustics
- Experience in a test laboratory and/or with acoustic measurements; sound level meter, sound intensity, accelerometers, etc.
- Knowledge of Acoustic Finite-Element Analysis (FEA) and/or Statistic Energy Analysis (SEA)
- Normally up to 10%. Some international travel may be required.
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