Are you interested in being a part of a team that helps industrial facilities save money and energy?
Do you enjoy managing multiple projects and initiatives in a fast-paced consulting environment and putting your people and critical thinking skills to good use?
Are you interested in identifying, promoting, and developing energy efficiency projects to hit energy saving goals and delight your customers?
Would you find it interesting to visit a variety of industrial sites, engaging your contracts to understand customer’s criteria for investment and sleuthing energy saving opportunities?
Are you a life-long learner who feels shared success is the ultimate success?
If the answer is “Yes!” we would like to talk to you about joining our team!
We are seeking a highly motivated energy engineer to lead the delivery of energy cost saving solutions to the Mining, Oil and Gas Production, Transportation, and Refining Industries. The successful candidate must desire to roll up their sleeves and investigate what is in the field and processing plant. They must have a thorough understanding of engineering principles and their application to electrical equipment. The engineer will have experience in scoping, identifying, quantifying, and reporting on how the equipment’s characteristics and/or operational parameters will effect their energy consumption. The engineer will be able to identify and effectively communicate with key stakeholders, including but not limited to customer representatives, vendors/suppliers, contractors, ERI staff, and utility representatives.
The successful candidate will have experience leading multiple projects simultaneously. In addition, they must be able to provide timely and accurate project management updates, reporting on progress to the stated goals. These communications will ensure the proper resource allocation and the timely delivery of results in a cost-effective manner to non-technical clientele. The position will provide technical and program assistance for a variety of projects involving primarily energy efficiency, and occasionally demand response or self-generation. Travel 325-70% of the time
- Site visits and energy audits for non-residential facilities, such as commercial or municipal buildings, manufacturing plants, resource extraction and processing sites.
- Guide interaction and dialogue with diverse stakeholders, both internal and external, to provide value added expertise to influence energy efficiency measure and project adoption.
- Ability to gather pertinent information via field work on customer sites, installation or data monitoring equipment, or through remote access of EMS/BMS/SCADA monitoring.
- Utilize analytical tools and measurement techniques to evaluate the performance of, and make recommendations for, energy systems and equipment.
- Write and implement Measurement and Verification Plans, fully understand and communicate the risk factors and implications when appropriate.
- Prepare high quality written reports of analysis findings and recommendations for energy efficiency measures in accordance with client standards to ensure tariff compliance.
- Determine customer budget cycles and decision making criteria, reporting to program management staff as appropriate.
- Scope, budget, lead projects from inception to completion, providing concise status updates.
- Provide insight to client & customer’s needs to elevate communication to key stakeholders when potential stumbling blocks or show stoppers are identified.
- Represent and portray the company in a professional, safe, and friendly manner.
- Elevate both opportunities and issues to senior management.
- Become trusted technical partner to company’s clients.
- Maintain up to date knowledge of utility tariff and policy changes and share with team.
- Must be safety conscious and ability to perform physical tasks as required including but not limited to climbing ladders, lifting up to 50 lbs, and spending time on rooftops/basements.
- Must have situational awareness around rotating machinery and hazardous areas.
- Bachelor of Science in Electrical, Mining, Petroleum, Manufacturing, or Chemical Engineering.
- 3 years of industry experience.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Strong working knowledge of various systems including but not limited to pumping, compressed air and fluids, industrial motors, and other industrial systems.
- Understanding of utility energy efficiency, demand response, and self-gen programs.
- Ability to read and interpret construction blueprints.
- Advanced knowledge of data collection methods for a multitude of monitoring devices.
- Advanced technical report writing and review ability.
- Honed technical analytical skills using both standardized and ability to develop and evaluate alternative approaches with new technologies.
- Familiarity with building codes and/or industry standard practice.
- Proficient PC skills including Excel, Word, and Outlook.
- Experience and proficiency in project management.
- Master of Science in above degree categories.
- Experience with specific end-use technology design, operation, or energy analysis for either oil and gas, heavy industrial, resource extraction, processing, or chemical refining industries.
- Active Member of Professional Association with Technical Committee experience
- Energy Analysis and Evaluation
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $70,000.00 to $100,000.00 /year
- Engineering: 4 years (Required)
- Health insurance
- Dental insurance
- Vision insurance
- Retirement plan
- Paid time off
This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:
- People-oriented -- enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects
- Achievement-oriented -- enjoys taking on challenges, even if they might fail