JOB SUMMARY: Under general direction will provide support to the Rural Energy Initiative, a program that develops and delivers energy projects throughout rural Alaska. The Rural Energy Initiative is a program of eight staff members, including engineers and project managers, within the Division of Environmental Health and Engineering.
Develops and implements energy efficiency, energy conservation, and renewable energy projects, including scopes of work, procurement and contracting, stakeholder coordination, contractor management, closeout and quality assurance, financial management, documentation, reporting, etc.
Identifies and recommends energy efficiency, energy conservation, and renewable energy project opportunities using benchmark analysis, analyzing energy use, performing energy audits, developing energy savings calculations, and conducts life-cycle cost-benefit analysis for rural Alaska infrastructure.
Develops and conducts energy project evaluation, measurement, and verification processes and practices
Completes internal and external written and oral reports professionally and in a timely manner.
Performs building data collection and measurement of energy use for analysis and reporting purposes.
Uses analytical and predictive models, tools, and software for energy modeling, and cost/benefit analysis.
Drafts presentations and when applicable, independently delivers presentations.
Communicates across stakeholders when needed for program or project needs; stakeholders may include community members, utility operators, regional partners, state and federal partners, and funding agencies.
Writes funding proposals, scopes of work, technical reports, trip reports, and project status reports.
Develops, manages and monitors project budgets and contracts including grant compliance. Coordinates with ANTHC finance department to insure timely and accurate financial reporting.
KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS
MINIMUM EDUCATION QUALIFICATION
A Bachelor’s Degree in project management or related field. Progressively responsible professional/exempt work experience may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for college education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATION
Non-supervisory - Seven (7) years professional work experience managing major projects or working in positions using the organizational and professional skills used in project management. An equivalent combination of relevant education and/or training may be substituted for experience.
MINIMUM CERTIFICATION QUALIFICATION
Project Management Professional. Two years of additional project management work experience may be substituted for this certification.
PREFERRED EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATION
Experience working in the field for which projects will be managed or the departments to which the individual incumbent will be assigned.
MINIMUM PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
The following demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Must be able to lift approximately 20 pounds. ANMC is not a latex free environment; therefore, some latex exposure can be expected.