ENERGY MANAGER, experienced in energy audits and energy conservation for industrial and manufacturing facilities
The individual should have the following qualifications and background: • Must have Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Science, Business, or degree in Engineering Technologies or Facility Engineering • Possess analytical skills to assess problems and situations, develop recommendations and implement solutions, including economic justifications. • Must possess interpersonal skills to facilitate effective interactions with team member's internal and external customers, and vendors/suppliers/contractors. • Must have Three (3) Years experience in conducting energy and/or power studies, managing projects, and/or directing and inspecting the work implementation teams. • Must possess strong verbal & written communication skills to present ideas, findings and recommendations in a logical clear manner and negotiate and persuade effectively. • Must be a self-leader and work without constant direction.
Energy Manager Duties and Responsibilities
Duties and Responsibilities for an Energy Manager include, but are not limited to the following:• Launch and sustain an energy awareness campaign whose primary objective is to raise energy awareness in the plant in order to facilitate a change in the plant culture relative to energy. • Prepare and maintain baseline information on key energy parameters (i.e. Compressed Air, Lighting, Building Envelope, HVAC, etc) relative to applicable significant energy consuming activities within the plant • Develop and maintain a plant energy team consisting of appropriate personnel within the plant • Perform detailed Utility bill analyses of the customer's energy usages or plant processes and develop recommendations for more efficient operation of equipment (peak shaving, load shedding etc). • Monitor, review, and as applicable, recommend and assist the client in participation of Federal, State, and local and utility energy conservation initiatives, programs and rebates. • Seek out opportunities to improve customer satisfaction through recommendation and implementation of energy efficient alternatives • Conduct periodic energy audits to determine the energy cost savings opportunities and report progress work with plant personnel as required, maximizing non-capital opportunities (i.e. compressed air leak surveys, turn-it-off programs, programming adjustments, operating procedures, etc.) • Develop and maintain a current energy savings project and opportunities list to assist with forecasting the utility budget for the plant • Review all proposals concerning new machines, equipment, and processes that consume energy • Develop business cases and assist in writing capital and/or resource appropriations requests • Assist the client and plant engineering on executing scheduling and prioritizing energy savings projects
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