What are my responsibilities?
Leads and performs preliminary and detailed facility audits to qualify, identify and quantify simple to complex FIMS and opportunities;
Leads and coordinates facility site visits and communicates requirements with internal resources and outside vendors on FIMS;
Provide review of subcontractor proposals and rectify gaps in savings calculations and scopes of work.
Leads in the development of energy calculations, reports and contract exhibits; assists in proposal development and technical review
Develops measurement, fault detection/diagnostic performance assurance plans and utility monitoring plans.
Monitors project performance and provides retro-commissioning and other energy services.
Specifies, takes and/or supervises pre- and post- measurements, data logging, and trending of equipment/systems necessary to determine opportunities and verify performance and energy savings.
Develops design concepts and other written documentation to sales, management and National Operations concerning recommended FIMS, including accurate descriptions, savings potential, cost estimates and back up data to verify FIMS.
Assist in preparation of project financial models including an understanding of Return on investment, life cycle cost analysis and internal rate of return.
A subject matter expert on multiple FIMs.
Applies building energy simulation programs or MS Excel spreadsheet calculations to determine project energy and operational savings.
Participates in client meetings and presentations.
Performs utility bill analysis to determine applicable baseline consumption data and rates as well as identify possible utility supply side opportunities.
Develops stand alone energy service projects and/or LEED sustainable solutions.
What do I need to qualify for this job?
Bachelors degree in an engineering discipline
Minimum 5 years of experience in energy auditing.
CEM, CEA, CMVP or LEED certification