ENERGY PROJECT ENGINEER
ENERGY PROJECT ENGINEER
Final Filing Date 10-31-2017
OPEN UNTIL FILLED.
Reporting to the Energy Engineer Supervisor, the incumbent will provide engineering support for the Energy Engineering team in Facilities Management: Energy & Engineering. The Energy Engineering team is tasked with reducing operational costs and energy demand through improved operational efficiency and conservation. This position will provide building data analysis and management, development of automated tools to assist in energy projects (Fault detection, measurement and verification, etc), engineering analysis of building energy systems and data, identification of energy savings opportunities and verification of savings from energy projects. It will also provide engineering support to controls engineers, project managers, consultants, and Facilities shop personnel. It will include energy metering assistance and other field work such as building energy audits and site visits for field verifications and system diagnostics.
• B.S. degree in Engineering from an accredited program, preferably in Mechanical, Civil or Industrial.
• Proven experience in either:
-HVAC design, analysis, construction, or operations, or
-Energy analysis of building systems with strong HVAC emphasis.
• Knowledge of energy efficiency/conservation principles and practices in building systems.
• Experience analyzing and summarizing large data sets in Excel, PowerBI or other similar tools.
• Skill to develop software-based energy diagnostic and analytical tools.
• Analytical and investigative skills to develop creative solutions to problems, initiative to attempt unfamiliar projects/assignments, and flexibility to respond to requests for assistance.
• Professional certification such as PE, CEM or LEED AP.
• Experience creating and managing complex databases.
• Knowledge of OSIsoft PI system tools, SkySpark, SQL, Python, or other.
• Knowledge of building control systems (especially Siemens Insight), analyzing operational sequences and providing reports. Experience with complex HVAC systems and requirements specific to laboratory environments.
• Experience performing retro-commissioning / monitoring-based commissioning projects, and preparing reports and calculations.
• Experience in reviewing, interpreting, and understanding architectural/ mechanical/ electrical/ civil plans, specifications, shop drawings, test reports, codes and regulations pertaining to construction, construction safety and hazardous materials.
• Experience with energy metering devices and techniques.
• Experience working with large centralized steam, hot water and chilled water systems and central heating and cooling plants.
To view full job description and submit an on-line application visit UC Davis Career Opportunities at
Requisition number #03020002
The University of California, Davis is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
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