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HSG, LLC

Energy Analyst


Date posted: Friday, October 20, 2017

Job Details:

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.

Responsibilities:

  • 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.

Minimum Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, or related field.

Required Skills:

  • 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.

Desired Skills:

  • 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.

Other:

  • Ability to gain and maintain clearance to work on a Federal government facility.
  • Valid driver’s license required.
  • Relocation assistance possible.


Specialties Desired:
Energy Manager

Contact:
Christine Herndon
HSG, LLC
Las Vegas NV 89103
Phone: 8664873895 
hr@herndon-group.com


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