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Energy/Utilities Engineer 3 (In-Training), Multiple Positions

  • Full Time
  • Olympia, Wash.
  • Salary: $5,229–$7,957 per month
  • Posting End Date: December 15, 2021

Website Department of Enterprise Services

Wage or Salary:
$5,229–$7,957 per month

Providing project management and energy engineering services for energy performance contracts in public facilities, including program marketing, project development, building audit and contract review, project cost and fee negotiations, construction and commissioning oversight, invoice review, and review and approval of measurement and verification reports.

Managing, reviewing and approving all audit, design, and construction activities of energy service company contractors.

Reviewing and making recommendations for approval of Energy Life Cycle Cost Analysis (ELCCA) reports to public facility owners.

Conducting research on a variety of energy related issues for Energy Program clients.

Additional Information:

Requirements:

Energy/Utilities Engineer 2 Education: A Bachelor’s degree with a major study in engineering, environmental science or natural resource management and one year of professional level experience performing resource conservation management, project management, engineering, energy performance contracting, construction management, energy or utility engineering related work, renewable resource work, utility conservation program work or related field. Experience can be substituted for education on a year for year basis.

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Energy/Utilities Engineer 3 Education: A Bachelor’s degree in engineering with a major focus on mechanical, electrical, or energy engineering and two years of professional level experience performing engineering tasks. Work in other related fields including architecture, civil, structural or utility engineering, engineering management, construction or project management, natural resource management, environmental science, etc. may suffice for the desired education if the applicant can document at least two years’ experience, with increasing levels of responsibility, in energy project management, construction management, resource conservation management, energy auditing, building commissioning or building systems analysis. Possess Fundamentals of Engineering (FE), Engineer in Training (EIT), or Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certificate.

Energy/Utilities Engineer 2 and 3:

Skills and abilities must include a demonstrated ability to: communicate effectively in writing and orally; work in a team and collaborative environment; work independently with little supervision; successfully organize and manage multiple complex engineering projects, apply effective negotiation and conflict resolution techniques; and an ability to understand, evaluate and apply engineering technologies in a facilities environment.

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