Company: O'Connor Construction Management, Inc.
Posted on: April 3, 2021
O'Connor Construction Management, Inc. ( OCMI ) is a full
service, independent construction management company with over 39
years experience in the industry. We have offices throughout
California, Las Vegas and Washington D.C. serving broad range of
markets: Federal Government, Infrastructure, Energy, Education,
Hospitality, Healthcare, and Commercial/Retail. Our diverse staff
includes Construction Managers, Architects, Engineers, Contractors,
Estimators, and Scheduling experts.
We are growing and have an opportunity for a full-time dynamic,
success driven Energy Engineer in Fresno, CA.
The Energy Engineer duties will include, but not limited
- Responsible for tracking and reporting energy, water, waste,
and sustainability data by establishing contacts with outside
vendors for electricity, natural gas, propane and diesel fuels,
water, sewer, solid waste and recycling, creating systems for
organizing and archiving usage and central plant production data
and generating various energy and sustainability reports.
- Primary technical contact for utility providers for the purpose
of quantifying and reconciling invoices for commodities delivered
and waste removed from the facility.
- Prepare Monthly Energy Report, central plant production, and
building consumption reports.
- Regularly reviews the allocation process and prepares utility
models to monitor and maintain cost allocation rates.
- Prepare sustainability reports that summarizes energy, water
and waste on site and outlines efforts related to facilities
improvements that support conservation.
- Pursue utility incentives and rebates and participate in demand
reduction strategies that are incentivized by utilities.
- Identify Energy Conservation Measures and provide energy
baselines and savings calculations. Be expert in measurement and
verification techniques and calculation methodologies, monitor and
recommend changes to operations to avoid adjustments to baseline
- Use building analytics available in systems such as the Energy
Information System and central Building Management System to
monitor baselines and predict baseline adjustments resulting from
changes in operating conditions.
- Research systems and coordinate with operations to identify
building equipment and points of connections necessary for project
integration into facilities.
- Participate in project commissioning and LEED or LEED
equivalent data gathering and reporting.
- Provide facilities data to support AASHE Benchmarking.
- Work with staff and vendors to ensures energy metering and
monitoring are working properly.
- Create and support implementation of building analytics and
analyze and report results for resolution by staff or vendors.
- Ensure regulatory compliance reporting requirements are met in
a timely manner.
- Ensure data is accurately and effectively tracked and
- Participate in trainings and meetings and attend professional
- 3+ years' experience within the energy management field within
similar role. Previous experience focusing on higher education
projects highly desired.
- Prior experience using building analytic in systems such as
SiteLogicIQ / EcoVox and Honeywell-Tridium highly desired, but not
- Ability to successfully pass a thorough background check
- Outstanding leadership and communication skills
- Proven ability to manage challenging, multi-faceted
- Well versed in all construction industry delivery methods.
- Advance knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and
Outlook as well as industry standard software.
- BS or BA in Energy Management, Engineering, Architecture,
Construction Management or a closely related field
Comprehensive Benefits Package to include:
- Company sponsored Medical/Dental/Vision and Life Insurance
- 401K Program with a Company Match
- Paid Holidays / Sick Leave / Vacation Accrual To apply, please
visit or go directly to the application at:
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