Capitalizing on over 135 years of history and tradition in downtown Los Angeles, the University of Southern California (USC) has embarked on an unprecedented period of expansion. USC is now poised to take its place as the preeminent research institution of the 21st century and we are looking for skilled, motivated professionals to help forge the future of higher education.
The USC department of Facilities Management Services (FMS) – Energy Services is seeking a highly self-motivated licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) with superb communication skills and an inquisitive mindset and to join its team as Energy Manager.
FMS is a diverse group of innovative and talented professionals who provide high quality facilities maintenance and management services in support of education and research at USC. FMS is committed to being fully responsive to the needs of faculty, students, staff and public, who are our customers. FMS strives to cooperate fully with all campus constituents to provide a functional and efficient facilities operation for the university. FMS values quality, transparency, dedication, collaboration, and innovation. Learn more about FMS at: www.usc.edu/fms and http://bit.ly/WorkingAtFMS
Under the general supervision of the Director of Energy Services, the Energy Manager is responsible for managing an internal energy efficiency program, including project identification, development, financial tracking, and collaboration with University departments for deployment. Additionally, the Energy Manager is accountable for the implementation of the reporting for the City of Los Angeles Existing Building Energy and Water Efficiency program; manages the USC 2020 Sustainability Green House Gas Emissions task-force; acts as a point-of-contact to various Utility companies.
The ideal candidate for the position of Energy Manager has the following:
- Inquisitive mindset and possesses superb communication and initiative to develop solutions
- Comprehensive knowledge of energy efficiency opportunities across mechanical and electrical systems, development of energy-based construction projects and financial project development
- Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.)
- Bachelor’s degree; however, combined education/experience as substitute for minimum education. Master’s degree preferred.
- 3 years of directly related professional and supervisory experience in area of program specialization; 5 years is preferred
- Manages an internal energy efficiency program, including project identification, development, financial tracking, and collaboration with University departments for deployment. Works closely with other FMS units for system-based cost analysis and provides recommendations for improvements. Develops RFQ’s and RFP’s and manages consultant to administer program.
- Responsible for the implementation of the reporting for the City of Los Angeles Existing Building Energy and Water Efficiency program.
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree, Combined experience/education as substitute for minimum education
Minimum Experience: 3 years
Minimum Field of Expertise: Directly related professional and supervisory experience in area of program specialization
REQ20040947 Posted Date: 03/01/2017 Apply Share this Job Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Email
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