Maintains responsibility for energy savings projects throughout the University, including Central Utilities, River Campus, Medical Center, and all other University properties.
Under general direction and with latitude for independent judgment:
Manages and coordinates energy conservation projects up to $500,000 for any University facility from design through construction and commissioning. Includes project basis of design and payback analysis. Manages purchase orders and approves invoices for consultants and contractors.
Is responsible for tracking energy use on buildings and energy savings following project completion. University expert on university metering and leads installation of new meters.
Maintains relationships and collaborates with University stakeholders on programs and potential projects on River Campus, Medical Center, off sites and Central Utilities.
Works with Central Utilities Director to implement an energy dashboard system for campus buildings. Works with stakeholders on use of dashboard data.
Coordinates sources of outside funding and rebates for energy conservation projects. Initiates and submits requests as required. University expert on energy savings projects criteria and rebate programs.
Prepares quarterly reports of project costs and savings for senior management review. Provides technical advice and sets priorities on campus energy projects, working closely with other facilities managers.
Bachelor’s degree in mechanical or electricalengineering and at least 5-10 years of experience in design and/or commissioning of building HVAC and/or electrical systems, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of Building Control Systems and energy metering or mechanical/HVAC construction and commissioning equivalent preferred.