Washington University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.
This position is full-time and works approximately 40 hours per week.
Department Name/Job Location:
This position is in the Department of Building Services. This position is for the Medical School Campus.
The Energy Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day energy efficiency of a medical school campus, 6.5 million square feet, focused on education, research, clinical service delivery at Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM).� This position supports the utility information system as it relates to cost recovery, energy conservation, degradation recovery and benchmarking of energy use on campus.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Maintains an accurate account of building energy use of all WUSM buildings; manages the utility metering and building automation data bases to measure energy use and reconcile with the utility bills.
Reconciles each energy conservation project’s reduction goals with actual energy use to ensure the projected energy efficiencies are attained and associated ROI’s are garnered.
Develops and manages cost recovery of utilities to outside institutions and WUSM departments.
Conducts or facilitates internal energy audits for all buildings, utilizing existing metrics to identify data anomalies and aggressively addressing excursions.
Creates and manages building efficiency metrics for technicians to measure and track the performance of all building systems on campus, including a ranking and notification system that resolves the most inefficient systems on campus.
Develops energy design standards for new construction and major renovations.
Manages and tracks building optimization through the building automation systems; manages system offsets, setbacks, and unoccupied air reductions during unoccupied periods.
Develops maintenance and operational energy policies for existing buildings.
Trains F.E. technicians in efficient building operation and troubleshooting.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering with 5-plus years of experience in HVAC design.
Experience in database development and management as it relates to energy metrics.
Ability to organize time and work independently.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
The hiring range for this position is $71,323 - $92,788 annually.
All external candidates receiving an offer for employment will be required to submit to pre-employment screening for this position. Current employees applying for a new position within the university may be subject to this requirement. The screenings will include a criminal background check and, as applicable for the position, other background checks, drug screen, employment and education or licensure/certification verification, physical examination, certain vaccinations and/or governmental registry checks. All offers are contingent upon successful completion of required screening.
Please attach a copy of your most current signed performance evaluation (completed within the last 18 months) to your online account. If you have not received a performance evaluation, you may provide two current signed letters of recommendation (written within the last 18 months), preferably to include one letter from either a current or recent former supervisor. To attach these documents, go to: My Career Tools, Add Attachment, Attachment Type – Performance Reviews or Letters of Recommendation.
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