Job Requisition Number: 24506. Facilities Services’ mission is to continuously improve facility services for the campus community in partnership with clients and staff. The department is comprised of several separate units which include: the AVC Office, Support Services, Operations, Grounds, Custodial and Environmental Services, Sustainability and Engineering Services, and Campus Energy Office.
This position is a member of the Campus Energy Office and will work with the campus-wide program of energy efficiency programs. The goal of the program is to position Facilities Services as the leader in energy efficiency programs, sustainability, energy reduction and to achieve cost savings and greenhouse gas emissions reduction.
The Energy Analyst is responsible for the analysis of the campus buildings’ utility consumption, which includes consumption of electricity, gas, steam, water, and sewage service.
•Works with FS Engineering Unit to gather and evaluate Utility consumption information. Provides analyses for energy and water usage data, complex budget, financial, academic, data, systems and resource projects working directly with all levels of managers. •Monitors and analyzes changes in external regulations, legislation, and UC policies for impact on the Campus. •Researches and summarizes best practices in field. •Provide technical services for sustainable design assistance projects by evaluating energy efficiency measure using whole building energy simulations analysis. •Generate all inputs for detailed energy models by reviewing building plans and specifications. Model and review models that analyze energy use in buildings. •Conducts post-implementation analysis to determine the need for further enhancements, finer distinctions and/or additional process/policy components. •Develops proposals and recommendations to guide and support a broader strategic direction for the organization. •Coordinates efforts with a variety of external and internal contacts; researches organizational structures, policies and procedures and summarizes best practices in field. •Performs ad hoc, analytical studies on a wide variety of policies, programs and issues which are complex in nature. Verifies process and confirms the utility consumption of each facility. •Researches and analyzes processes, procedures, policies and organizational structures in order to develop and/or implement changes and to provide consultative services regarding general management to department administrators. •Prepares directives, regulations and other instructions for issuance to departments. Prepares calculations for incentive checks for qualified facilities. Coordinates implementation with departments that cross organizational lines as needed. •Researches and drafts complex proposals, reports, briefings, executive summaries, speeches. Provide clear and written memos and reports to various clients (Facility Managers, architects, engineers, project managers) regarding specific energy performance and modeling •Establishes and maintains contacts internally and with external constituents for the collection and exchange of data. Works with Energy Manager, facility building manager, building coordinator and energy steward to establish the baseline for each campus facility. Accepts and processes building managers’ concerns about their baseline.•Knowledge of common campus-specific and other computer application programs. Analytical/problem-solving skills. •Strong communication and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with all levels of staff; both verbally and in writing. •Strong skills in analyzing and synthesizing large amounts of data for preparing sound and relevant proposals. •Ability to multi-task with demanding timeframes. •Ability to use discretion and maintain all confidentiality. •Demonstrated experience collecting, analyzing and interpreting energy and utility consumption data. •Demonstrated knowledge of building electrical and mechanical systems, and building utilities and power plants. •Experience and skill in technical report writing and editing. •Demonstrated knowledge and experience in the application and use of mathematics and statistics, and making complex calculations. •Advanced interpersonal communication skills to include verbal and written, active listening, and critical thinking. •Ability to organize and prioritize work to meet goals and competing deadlines. •Demonstrated quantitative research skills; experience collecting, analyzing and interpreting data. •Customer service and interpersonal skills to work cooperatively and effectively with clients and the Campus community. •Demonstrated experience working with relational data bases including developing complex queries, complex reports, and new databases. •Experience reviewing technical documents and working with web Programs. •Advanced level working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. •Working Knowledgeable about building energy simulation software such as EnergyPro, CBECC-Res, CBECC-Com, TREAT, eQuest, DOE-2, Energy Plus, BeOpt, or others •Experience with working with utility companies and administering contracts. •Experience in sustainability in the higher education field is desirable. •Commitment to advancing sustainability in higher education. Education/Training: •Bachelors degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training in architecture, engineering, urban design, city planning or landscape architecture and license or certificate to practice in at least one of the above professions.
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