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As Energy Engineer III, you will support the development and delivery of energy efficiency programs by providing engineering calculations, building energy simulations, measurement and verification, and utility program technical design and assistance. You will lead design and development of technical strategies, conduct analysis to inform and recommend energy savings, develop documentation, and provide reporting that contributes to the success of client programs. You will write and inform technical documents and publications, as well as conduct quality review of content for documents created by others. You will provide general project oversight, quality control/assurance, and continuously inform customers and project teams of updates and necessary adjustments.
Job Description

Technical lead for custom/M&V projects (identify, develop, and calculate energy savings) at commercial and industrial facilities
Recommend appropriate energy saving measures for identified projects including industrial process improvements, facility automation controls, and variable speed drives
Quantify savings, costs, and benefits, consistent with program and policy requirements
Develop and implement measurement and verification (M&V) plans and reports on multiple projects
Provide technical guidance and training to internal and external parties, including clients and contractors
Be able to review work and provide effective feedback to other technical personnel
Be proficient and comfortable in public speaking and presentations on technical topics
Utilize effective written and verbal skills to support the all members of the program team and external personnel
Manage your time and tasks to provide accurate deliverables in the specified time frame
Report issues and suggest solutions to management in a timely manner
Travel up to 50% (mostly in-state), with occasional overnight travel
Additional Job Description

Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, or Chemical Engineering preferred)
4 years of related professional experience in energy engineering (industrial, consulting, energy services, and/or utility energy efficiency programs)
CEM certification is strongly preferred
Professional Engineer (PE) license is preferred, but not required
Extensive experience applying IPMVP to custom EE projects within utility programs
Knowledge of energy-efficiency terminology, technologies, programs, and policies
Excellent math and problem solving skills
Attention to detail and a desire to perform rigorous quality control
Able to work at a desk and use a computer for long periods of time
Able to occasionally use basic hand and power tools, as well as climb ladders for access
Professional demeanor and ability to work independently without direct supervision
The successful candidate will be self-motivated and able to prioritize, multi-task, and work under strict deadlines


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