Commissioning Specialist

The Commissioning Specialist is responsible for the assembly, ongoing maintenance, and reporting functions for building Commissioning services on projects and buildings of moderate size or complexity.



  • Manage Commissioning projects as directed, including projects and buildings of moderate size or complexity.
  • Function as the owner advocate and provide excellent Commissioning services and project management.
  • Prepare, document, and report Commissioning data for all projects that are delivered to the department.
  • Contact external clients and obtain information such as design, product, schedule and contact information.
  • Assemble, tabulate and report field data collected as part of the Commissioning process.
  • Develop repeatable, scalable systems to enable efficient processing of data and reporting on future projects.
  • Create and update checklists, procedures on tasks relating to the duties of this position as requested.
  • Attend job sites to verify installation meets design intent, and collect critical information and data and report results in a value added, insightful manner.
  • Manage time commitments and forecast requirements to meet individual contract assignments without cost overruns.
  • Provide assistance with preparation of proposals, fee letters, and additional service requests.
  • Manage and control filing system for projects, reports and correspondence, including confidential/sensitive materials.
  • Enforce and adhere to the codes of the company’s Mission. Raise the company’s profile within the community and company.
  • Assist the team lead in the Commissioning process.
  • Provide troubleshooting and diagnostic support on a variety of projects.
  • For building audits and infrastructure assessments, work with Owner’s personnel, architects and/or engineers to survey sites/facilities and verify/assess condition and operation of equipment and systems, and provide comprehensive reports.

Skills & Qualification

  • Minimum three (3) years of Commissioning experience.
  • Graduate of technical college and or university program is required.
  • Excellent project management, superior reporting and presentation skills.
  • Excellent Computer Skills (MS office package minimum).
  • Knowledge of building codes and standards, LEED, and ASHRAE.
  • Advanced database development knowledge for effectively collecting and reporting information.
  • Ability to write clearly, accurately and concisely.
  • Demonstrate ability to handle confidential information.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, and superior organizational ability.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal direction.
  • Must work well under pressure with multiple demands and projects.
  • Must be able to prioritize objectives in order to meet project schedules.
  • Experience in developing and delivering programs and data collection systems.
  • Experience with meeting project schedules and time allocations.
  • Experience in an Engineering environment an asset.
  • A fundamental knowledge of HVAC&R systems is required.
  • Required to travel in the GTA, throughout Ontario, and out of Province at job sites as required.
  • Must be able to access mechanical services and restricted access areas
  • Must be able to attend construction sites
  • Experience in the Nuclear industry is considered an asset
  • Currently possess or are able to obtain a government security clearance.


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