HVAC Controls Engineer

HVAC Controls Engineer

Posted by jamie on October 1, 2018 7:15 pm
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Job is focused in indoor agriculture space with the majority of projects undertaken consisting of indoor cannabis cultivation projects.

Surna Inc. designs and manufactures equipment and systems for a variety of projects in the indoor agricultural space, with a focus on modular chilled water systems for the cannabis industry. We are currently seeking a qualified and motivated HVAC Controls Engineer to support our continual growth. The ideal candidate is a top performer who brings high levels of energy and enthusiasm, can work independently and works well with a diverse team.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

  • Experience implementing software code and managing all aspects of the software code delivery and commissioning for commercial Building Automation Systems (BAS) projects
  • Ability to program projects with various levels of complexity
  • Capable of performing network troubleshooting, database troubleshooting and repair programming
  • Proficient with BACnet, and Modbus including BAS integration and troubleshooting experience
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Required Education & Experience:

  • Three or more years’ experience in project engineering/programming HVAC control systems
  • Preferred AS or BS degree in Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Automation, Electrical Engineering Technology, and/or any related discipline
  • If there is no college degree, must have successfully completed a trade/vocational school with minimum of 3 years of experience in one of the following areas:
  • Electronics
  • Mechanical systems
  • Computer technology
  • Air conditioning
  • Programming and commissioning experience

Physical/Sensory Demands:

  • Extensive computer work in an office environment
  • Occasional travel to cannabis cultivation facilities


Please send resume and cover letter to with the subject line “HVAC Controls Engineer– LAST NAME”



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