Sr. Energy Engineer ( Engineer III )

Nexant   •  

San Francisco, CA

5 - 7 years

Posted 274 days ago

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Duties and Responsibilities

• Independently audit complex buildings, evaluate building systems, and identify energy efficiency opportunities

• Independently build technically sound spreadsheets and perform accurate energy efficiency calculations

• Write clear and concise reports, allowing business executives to understand how their energy dollars are most effectively invested

• Review and understand spreadsheets created by others, identify shortcomings, suggest corrections

• Build or review energy efficiency models using industry standard software (eQUEST, EnergyPro, Trane Trace, etc.)

• Assume sole responsibility for quality and accuracy of work products

• Support Nexant’s utility programs under the direction of the program managers

• Assist with business development initiatives

• Mentor other junior level engineers

**Other duties may be required**



• Bachelors or Master’s degree in Mechanical, Electrical, or Chemical Engineering or related fields

• 5+ years of experience with energy efficiency in commercial, government, and/or industrial sectors

• Experience in commercial, hi-tech/bio-tech, health care, and heavy industry is highly desired

• Experience with building management system (BMS) such as ALC, Metasys, Apogee, Andover, etc. is highly desired

• Solid understanding of building systems (particularly lighting and HVAC) and/or sustainability practices is necessary

• Extensive familiarity with relevant building codes and standards (e.g. Title 24, ASHRAE 90.1, etc.)

• Demonstrated proficiency with building simulation software (e.g. eQUEST, EnergyPro, Trane Trace)

• Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office programs including Word and Excel

• Excellent writing, interpersonal, and analytical skills

• Able to work and manage time independently

• Hands-on experience with mechanical, electrical, and control systems is a plus

• P.E., C.E.M., or LEED AP® certification (or on track to receive) is desirable

• Must be able to travel locally (domestically or internationally) up to approximately 30% of the time.