- Tyndall, FL
What you'll be doing
- Provides engineering support to address energy, water, and other utility conservation and acquisition programs. Provides project and program control for facility and utility infrastructure energy conservation projects. Reviews financial and other aspects of proposals/concepts/opportunities and provides written comments on energy savings performance contracts (ESPC) and utility energy savings contracts (UESC). Provides professional consultant services to MAJCOM and installations regarding the development and execution of ESPCs and UESCs. Provides technical assistance in preparing briefings and reports on third party financed energy/water conservation projects. Conducts training, analyzes systems and methods of operation, develops guidance and implements energy and other facility initiatives, projects, and programs to reduce energy demand and consumption costs. Provides utility rate analyses.
What your background should be
- At least 10 years of facility energy project development, design or construction management expense. Knowledge of commercial utility rate structures. Must have ability to write, review, and present briefings and papers. Ability to analyse engineering project concepts and designs. Ability to extract and analyse engineering data to determine trends.
Required Schooling / Training
- Bachelor degree in engineering
Who is the client company
- This is an American global aerospace and defense technology company.
- If you are interested in this position, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org