This position is responsible for performing advanced analysis tasks within the US Energy Bureau. This role involves performing
custom data analysis for a variety of time-series sets of data, including interval utility data, building automation system trend data, and other logged data series. After evaluating energy use and supporting data, the engineer communicates a summary of performance and recommendations for improvement to the end users. What do you get to do in this position?
- Perform custom data analysis for a variety of time-series sets of data, including interval utility data, building automation system trend data, and other logged data series.
- Create periodic reports summarizing performance that are targeted to internal project teams.
- Create periodic reports summarizing performance that are targeted to customers.
- Execute defined measurement and verification strategies.
- Perform remote analysis of building automation system operation.
- Periodically evaluate performance of systems for improvement opportunities.
- Use building energy models to estimate impact of operational changes.
- Create custom alarming algorithms in fault detection analysis programs.
- Respond to high priority alarms by notifying end user.
- Address lower priority alarms and eliminate nuisance alarms.
- Evaluate project risk and communicate that risk to project team and leaders.
- Prioritize opportunities for improvement within a project and across a portfolio.
- Evaluate project performance relative to defined goals
- Provide sales support on pre-contract projects
- Other duties as assigned.
- Four-year degree in an Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, or related field of study
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
- Understanding of building systems and energy use
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills including, but not limited to, the ability to influence and persuade internal and external Customers, listen effectively, and solicit input from others.
- Advanced ability to use Microsoft Office programs including but not limited to, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Excellent organizational skills including, but not limited to, the ability to handle multiple demands and assignments, the ability to prioritize tasks effectively and efficiently, and the ability to manage resource procurement and utilization.
While performing the primary functions of the job, the employee is regularly exposed a general office environment. During periods of project site visits, the employee will be exposed to outside weather conditions as well as mechanical equipment rooms which could consist of confined spaces and loud noises. Employee may work in different environments while on various job sites. This job will require approximately 0 – 20% travel to project sites. Travel will occur through the use of an automobile or by airplane to destinations.
- Term Entry
- Company Schneider Electric