HSG is seeking an Energy Analyst to work full-time on site at the NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, with responsibility in the following areas:
Provide technical assistance to support a variety of energy/water efficiency and conservation efforts as part of the Environmental Support Services contract at NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) in Hampton, VA.
Assisting with identification, development, and implementation of energy/water projects and initiatives at LaRC; and tracking progress and energy/water savings results.
Examining LaRC facilities and operations to identify opportunities for improving energy/water efficiency or reducing consumption; conducting “walk-through audits” and drive-by field inspections of LaRC facilities to identify opportunities for energy and/or water conservation or efficiency.
Investigating water/energy conservation/efficiency and renewable energy initiatives, programs, and technologies employed at other Federal facilities or private sector; and assisting in determining suitability for implementation at LaRC.
Reviewing and analyzing trends in energy and water utilization data.
Collecting, compiling, providing quality control review, and submitting energy and water usage data for quarterly and annual reports. Drafting updates and revisions to energy/water policy documents, metric reports, project documentation, presentations, and plans, including LaRC’s “Energy Conservation Performance Plan.”
Reviewing contract/project specifications and designs to ensure compliance with applicable energy/water conservation regulations.
Developing and implementing awareness/outreach efforts for LaRC personnel; providing training, drafting articles to encourage conservation, developing/updating information for the energy/water website, and leading outreach events such as Energy Action Month.
Assisting with LaRC’s Energy Efficiency Team, including facilitating quarterly meetings, developing agendas/presentations, and recording meeting minutes.
Assisting with other environmental tasks as needed.
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, or related field.
Energy Manager in Training (EMIT) with demonstrated work experience in energy management, including building audits, as well as energy metering, monitoring and analysis software/tools (e.g., Schneider Electric Square D metering systems, Power Monitoring Expert, Struxureware, OSIsoft PI software).
Strong data analysis skills.
Enthusiasm for energy/environmental outreach and training activities.
Good verbal communication skills and computer literacy, particularly with spreadsheets and databases, and strong technical writing skills.
Professional work attitude and ability to work independently or as part of a team.
Proficient in using Trane Tracer ES for building automation monitoring.
Experience with energy/water efficiency projects, conservation efforts, and/or renewable energy technologies. Knowledge of HVAC, lighting, and industrial plant equipment.
Experience providing energy/water/environmental support for a Federal facility.
Ability to gain and maintain clearance to work on a Federal government facility.