40 hours, variable schedule to be determined with supervisor, overtime, weekends and holidays possible. Hiring decision contingent upon applicant clearing a security background check and receiving an acceptable driver's rating. Applications will be reviewed online by the hiring department.
Comprehend and analyze building utility usage and recommend conservation action plans to meet the campus' demand-side energy and resource conservation program.
Review and analyze building utility data and present it in the form of charts, tables and reports. Conduct building audits to quantify and categorize all utility usage, analyze potential savings, and recommend and prioritize conservation measures. Prepare audit reports containing energy analysis results or recommendations for energy cost savings. Measure utility usage with devices such as data loggers, universal data recorders, light meters, sling psychrometers, psychrometric charts, famp-probes, watt meters, volt meters, thermometers, or utility meters. Calculate building resource baselines and goals based on utility usage data and the results of energy audits. Model building utility usage in order to effectively predict resource usage. Determine patterns of building utility usage to show annual or monthly needs for heating, cooling, lighting, or other utility needs. Analyze technical feasibility of implementing conservation measures. Oversee installation of conservation technologies. Engage and educate customers on utility usage and conservation at meetings and public events.
Licenses: Class "C" Operator's Driver's License. Applicant selected must provide a current three year Driving Record from the current state of residence. If not currently a Texas resident, must obtain a Texas Driver's License within 30 days after entering Texas as a new resident.
Other related functions as assigned. Driving university vehicle or cart may be necessary.
High school diploma or GED. Two years experience as an energy engineer, energy analyst or energy auditor. Experience with estimating project costs, calculating energy conservation measure utility savings, and simple paybacks, IRR, etc. Knowledge of facility commercial or industrial HVAC, mechanical and electrical system measurements. Knowledge of Building Automation Systems and HVAC and lighting controls. Experience with auditing, identifying, analyzing and energy conservation measures. Knowledge of building energy codes. PC experience including word processing, creating presentations, and developing and using complex spreadsheets and software for building modeling and engineering and cost analysis. Experience communicating with diverse client base including both technical and nontechnical clients and associates. AEE Certified Energy Manager (CEM) or Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) or obtain within 12 months of employment. Must have a valid driver's license and an acceptable driving record. Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.
A bachelor's degree in engineering or architecture degree in ME, MET, EE, EET, or AE. More than the required experience. Experience in building resource measurement and verification programs. Experience with centralized heating/cooling systems. Familiarity with retro-commissioning programs. Experience in University setting or with commercial scale buildings of varying ages, preferably of the higher education variety. Prefer experience using or familiarity with devices such as data loggers, universal data recorders, light meters, sling psychrometers, psychrometric charts, famp-probes, watt meters, volt meters, thermometers, and utility meters. Successful completion of the Facilities Services and Project Management and Construction Services Leader Development program.
May work around standard office conditions Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation Use of manual dexterity Maintain acceptable driver rating as established in Policy: UTS157 Section 2.5.4.