The Resilience Energy Analyst position below in the Office of Resilience is open for recruitment and will close on June 10, 2018.
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Job Title: Special Projects Administrators 2 ( Resilience Energy Analyst) – Open Competitive
Job ID: 48573
Entry Rate: $63,265.28 Yearly
Maximum Rate: $105,380.60 Yearly
Closing Date: June 10, 2018
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Sustainability, Ecology, Biology, Engineering, Energy Management, Climatology, Urban Planning or related field is required. A minimum of four years of professional or technical experience in energy management or water efficiency, energy code compliance, environmental performance, green building initiatives, sustainability, ecology, water resources, conservation, or related field are required.
A Master’s degree is highly preferred. Excellent communication and writing skills are highly desired. Experience working with utilities on energy/water efficiency programming, rate design, building performance reporting, whole building data, or other related issues highly desired as is experience working with or within local government on policy development and implementation, particularly related to environmental, sustainability, or resilience and experience making effective public presentations and speaking in varied settings.
Preferred training and certifications in: Water and Energy benchmarking best management practices, software, and methodological protocols using Energy Star Portfolio Manager; U.S. Department of Energy Standard Energy Efficiency Data Platform (SEED); Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate or Accredited Professional; Certified Sustainability Manager or equivalent; Certified Energy Manager (Association of Energy Engineers).
The Resilience Energy Analyst will lead engagement and guide internal and external interest groups in developing, implementing, and maintaining community-wide tracking of utility usage for large private and public sector buildings and associated policies and programs. Position will manage projects in a team setting, including project planning, managing timelines, and organizing and coordinating meetings, workshops, trainings, and/or conferences and make public presentations. Incumbent will conduct analysis of real estate and building metrics data sets to ensure accurate and consistent data sharing using EnergyStar Portfolio Manager or similar tools. In addition, incumbent will research and evaluate state-of-the-art building design, systems, and products and disseminate best practices research to interest groups. Position will also facilitate and guide expansion of financing program for building performance improvements, energy code compliance efforts, and other regional and local greenhouse gas mitigation policies and programs by providing technical assistance, consulting services, guidance, and direction to staff and community partners.