|ENERGY PROJECT MANAGER|
|SEIU Professional Exempt|
|Performs administrative and professional work related to the development and maintenance of city wide energy management plan. This position analyzes and identifies ways, both technical and procedural, to improve the effectiveness of energy consumption, participates in the preparation and review of cost estimates, specifications, drawings and construction documents for maintenance, repair and alterations of city facilities. Additionally, this position will serve as the key advisor to the Facilities Management Division Manager on energy matters. Work is performed under the supervision of the Facilities Project Manager and performance is reviewed on a periodic basis through both formal and informal meetings and reports.|
|Prepares and maintains the City's comprehensive Energy Conservation Action Plan (ECAP) for short, intermediate, and long-range goals and monitors the plan's funding.
Establishes priorities, review progress and generally keep informed of all projects relating to Energy Management.
Seeks funding in the form of grants and Performance Contracts for projects which have been identified as meeting the goals of the ECAP.
Initiates the implementation of energy related projects in accordance with City procedures.
Follows-up on ECAP projects. Prepare reports which include quantitative improvements in energy consumption and lessons learned from completed projects.
Develops programming estimates for the ECAP.
Performs other job related assignments as requested and other duties as needed to facilitate the accomplishment of departmental goals and objectives.
|Knowledge of computers and energy management systems.
Knowledge of the electrical utility rate structure and how it is applied to calculate utility bills.
Knowledge of mechanical systems and how their operation affects electrical consumption.
Knowledge of local ordinances and permitting requirements.
Skilled in the use of CADD and design control software tools.
Skilled in the use of software programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point.
Ability to present projects in a public forum.
Ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks.
Ability to organize and communicate technical information in a clear and concise manner both orally and in writing.
Ability to deliver quality projects on time and within budget.
Ability to solve problems using innovation and creativity.
Ability to work effectively within established policies and procedures.
Ability to perform construction inspections, which may involve standing, walking, bending, and stooping.
Ability to conduct negotiations with current and prospective consultants, which may involve speaking, hearing, and detailed reading and editing of contracts.
|A Bachelor's degree in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering or equivalent and four (4) years experience in the area of energy management, facilities management; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. A Valid Florida Driver's license is required. Certified Energy Manager (CEM), LEED-AP or similar Facility/Energy related credential is desired.|