Sr. Energy Engineer

New York, New York
Feb 08, 2024
Feb 14, 2024
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Consulting, Other
Sr. Energy Engineer - Competitive Salary, Bonus, Benefits, Work/Life Balance

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Salary: $85,000 - $100,000 per year

A bit about us:

We are a multi-disciplinary Energy Engineering Firm specializing in maximizing energy savings for our clients. We provide engineering design, project management, energy auditing, retro-commissioning, energy benchmarking, incentive recovery, and sustainability consulting to deliver comprehensive solutions from concept to completion for a variety of buildings and facilities. We pride ourselves on using the latest energy efficient technologies and implementing measures to best improve building performance. We take a practical approach to solving our client's complex energy needs, maximizing savings and return on investment while reducing source environmental impact across all markets we serve. We are composed of engineers, analysts, and managers with extensive experience conducting energy audits and detailed market research analysis.

Why join us?
  • Meaningful Work!
  • Remote/Hybrid Work & Flexible Schedules!
  • Competitive Base Salary!
  • Competitive Bonus and Options Package!
  • Complete Benefits Package!
  • Accelerated Career Growth!

Job Details

We are seeking Sr. Energy Engineer with experience in ASHRAE Level I, II, and III, and Local Law 87 energy audits and retro commissioning. Successful candidates will have experience in designing, developing, and evaluating energy conservation measures in complex multifamily and commercial facilities using their understanding of building HVAC, domestic hot water, process loads, lighting, and envelope systems.

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering or equivalent work experience.
  • EIT or PE License Desired
  • Previous 5+ years of continuous experience providing ASHRAE Level I, II, and III, and Local Law 87 energy audits and retro commissioning.
  • Advanced understanding of energy efficiency concepts, HVAC systems, and renewable energy systems.
  • Expertise with various modeling techniques.
  • Experience with utility, federal, state, or local energy efficiency programs (e.g., NYSERDA FlexTech).
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office with significant expertise in Excel.
  • Multifamily Building Analyst (MFBA), Certified Energy Manager (CEM), or equivalent.
  • Certified as OSHA-10 prior to or within 6 months of employment.
  • Possess ability to perform physical tasks including but not limited to: Standing, walking, and sitting for extended periods of time, reading, and recording information on handwritten forms and computer screens, using hand tools (such as powered tools, measuring devices, etc.), lifting and carrying up to 25 pounds, navigating in small/enclosed places, climbing stairs and ladders, and working in loud, warm, and cold environments.
  • Travel primarily within New York City.

  • Conduct energy audits and site assessments of complex building systems to evaluate energy usage and identify energy conservation measures (ECMs).
  • Perform energy efficiency analyses for ASHRAE Level I, II, and III, and Local Law 87 energy audits and retro commissioning.
  • Perform feasibility, energy savings, and cost-benefit financial analyses for complex projects.
  • Create building-wide energy reduction plans by conducting energy use analyses of building and facility systems using analytical tools.
  • Leverage potential rebate, financial, and loan initiatives to support project implementation.
  • Test and retro-commission building systems to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and local laws (i.e., Local Law 87) including measure and verification (M&V) as applicable.
  • Perform QA/QC processes of energy reduction plans.
  • Utilize energy and audit experience to generate ideas and analytical tools for ECMs.
  • Analyze utility bills to identify building energy consumption and potential opportunities for reduction.
  • Communicate energy reduction plans and meet with clients, such as management companies, building owners, and building staff.
  • Perform project management of energy efficiency projects to ensure compliance and proper implementation; including but not limited to coordinating with other engineering disciplines, contractors, and properties.
  • Develop and expand analytical tool templates and energy audit procedures for the energy audit team.
  • Support the hiring and training of the energy audit team to ensure appropriate resources are in place.
  • Support managing the energy audit team, consisting of engineers, analysts, interns, and administrative staff.
  • Support team members in conducting energy efficiency analyses, manage and communicate workflow, and provide day-to-day guidance by serving as point person for respective team as needed.
  • Provide performance feedback to management, identify performance issues, facilitate solutions, and help address them as appropriate.
  • Perform other duties specific to unique area of responsibility.

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