Responsibilities are to coordinate the planning, implementation and administration of energy conservation and incentive programs. Conducts and/or coordinates energy audits of commercial and residential customers. Coordinates and administers conservation and rebate programs (i.e., air conditioning rebates, financing, or loans; low income weatherization; lighting; home heating). Identifies high-volume energy users and assists them in establishing energy audit programs internally. Participates in setting up displays or workshops, classes, public information programs, and conservation presentations. Inspects and evaluates energy conservation retrofits and verifies equipment installation applications to ensure compliance with the utility-sponsored conservation programs. Operates and maintains a variety of equipment used to determine energy efficiency of buildings such as air filtration equipment, detectors, pressure gauges, etc. Investigates and/or answers consumer/citizen questions regarding energy use and provides assistance. Develops RFPs for program implementation through use of outside vendors. Maintains accurate records and databases for efficient program performance. Evaluates programs for participation, effectiveness, quality assurance, and accomplishment of goals.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Engineering, Marketing, or Business Administration required plus two (2) years experience in applied energy efficiency design or construction with residential building systems, managing vendor and consultant performance. Master’s degree may substitute for the two years required experience. A valid Driver’s License is required. Certification in energy auditing, energy management or resource conservation is highly desirable. Ability to sit for prolonged periods of time without discomfort with some physical effort that may require frequent bending, lifting, standing, walking or using a force equal to lifting up to 50 lbs.