The Energy Services Manager recommends, installs, programs,monitors, maintains, troubleshoots, and repairs energy management systems andcomponents. This include computerized systems, sensors, transducers, meters andvarious energy conservation devices on campus buildings. This position workswith electric utilities regulators, clean energy advocates, energy policymakers or other energy industry stakeholders.
Plans, implements, monitors, evaluates and upgrade, and prepare reports involving energy saving programs.
Plans and coordinates construction projects affecting energy management system ensuring conformance with University, local, national codes and standards.
Troubleshoots systems, identifies problems and recommend changes to the systems. Modifies and updates computer programs for energy management systems.
Contacts appropriate personnel when failures occur and coordinates communications between Energy Manager and maintenance staffs.
Works with electric utilities regulators, cleans energy advocates, energy policy makers or other energy industry stakeholders.
Utilizes strong quantitative and qualitative analytical abilities with a particular focus on energy markets. Utilizes strategies based on knowledge and understanding of the source of consumption and future demands for energy in buildings.
Develops, facilitates, and implements effective, practical strategies to reduce the demand for electricity and fuel through implementing infrastructure and operational efficiencies and increasing use of renewable energy sources. Develops, facilitates, and implement effective practical to reduce energy demand and consumption.
Leads the development of energy plans, evaluates processes of level energy performance, and provides support on energy related components of the capital improvement program.
Works cross functionally with Superintendents on energy saving methods and manage energy saving policy.
Coordinates and facilitates the transition of energy management system and devices with building staff faculty, or students. Interacts with employees and students to explain energy management principles and procedures, schedule installations.
Provides training and technical assistance. Instructs maintenance staff and others in the use and operation of equipment.
Maintains inventory and purchases replacement parts and order supplies. Compiles and maintain records. Completes work, time and material usage reports.
Perform other duties as assigned by Superintendent or Director.
Internal Number: 156288
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