An HVAC Engineer in Dubai earns an average salary of AED 68,879 per year. People in this job generally don't have more than 10 years' experience.
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|Salary||AED 24,161 - AED 220,598|
|Profit Sharing||AED 925|
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|AED 24,243 - AED 218,954|
Job Description for HVAC Engineer
The HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) system is important to almost any building. An HVAC engineer preforms many important tasks, and must be well-educated before becoming an engineer. This generally consists of attending school to become an HVAC technician and eventually earning a degree in mechanical engineering.Read More...
Those in this position must have extensive knowledge of HVAC design for buildings, as they will be developing the entire layout for the system and installing it afterward. To be an HVAC engineer, one must have vast knowledge of a variety of programs, load calculations, and building codes, and know how to use and implement HVAC equipment. These engineers work primarily indoors while a building's main structure is established, and then arrive with a developed plan to install the HVAC system/s.
An HVAC engineer is generally the supervisor of his/her department and works regularly with other engineers and technicians to install systems and ensure they are running properly. Those in this position work normal business hours, commonly from 9 AM to 5 PM.
A career as an HVAC engineer can be stressful due to the extensive calculation and planning required to install these systems, but it can be a very rewarding profession if those in this position can stay focused and help everyone work together to achieve their company's goals. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
HVAC Engineer Tasks
- Prepare, review, and approve drawings, specifications, reports, and data tables.
- Liaise with design and drafting groups.
- Evaluate equipment load and energy consumption.
- Design, test, and manufacture heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.