An Energy Engineer executes the fundamental building blocks of energy auditing, report writing, and client communication with little or no oversight. An Engineer II can lead client communication for technical matters and on small engagements without oversight from a more senior engineer.
· Utility Analysis
· Collecting equipment data on site audits
· Producing indoor air quality testing and ventilation rate procedure calculations in accordance with ASHRAE 62.1
· Basic savings calculations such as LED lighting upgrades, motor replacements, installation of VFDs, etc.
· Intermediate calculations that include central energy plants, renewables, and coordinating with energy modelers on more complex measures.
· Performing energy auditing and retro-commissioning in accordance with LL 87 in NYC
· Performing ASHRAE Level 1 and 2 with little or no oversight
· Performing 3 energy audits with some level of oversight
· Assisting in building and improving advanced spreadsheet models and calculators
· Installing and using testing equipment and analyzing data collected
· Producing written energy efficiency reports for review by more senior engineers or management.
· Performing research into new technologies and remaining up to date on industry trends
Leads client meetings and provides project status updates on conference calls and through e-mail without oversight.
· BS in Mechanical Engineering or Aerospace Engineering strongly preferred, related degrees in “Building Science”, “Energy Engineering”, or others may be accepted if a list of courses is provided.
· Intermediate or advanced knowledge of MS Excel
· Ability to use MS Word and MS PPT to create basic reports and slides to communication
· Basic writing skills (grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure). A writing sample from current work may be asked for during the interview process.
· Passing of the Engineer in Training (E.I.T) exam a plus but not required
· Certified Energy Manager (CEM) a plus but not required