New Ecology, Inc. is seeking candidates for the position of Energy Engineer reporting to our mid-Atlantic offices. The Energy Engineer will provide technical support to green building projects, including evaluating existing buildings to improve their performance, peer reviewing the designs of others, creating conceptual designs for efficiency upgrades, basic equipment commissioning, building auditing and interpreting usage data collected from remote monitoring and building energy management systems. We are seeking an experienced engineer with a mechanical engineering degree (or related field) and substantial experience with HVAC systems.
New Ecology is an innovative, nationally-recognized, non-profit corporation. Our core work is providing energy efficiency and green building services that cost-effectively improve the performance, health and durability of buildings. Our clients are typically owners of multifamily housing, (with an emphasis on affordable housing) and community-based projects such as municipal, educational and arts buildings. Projects include buildings that are being newly constructed, renovated, or are just seeking improved performance; see www.newecology.org for more details.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Reporting to New Ecology, Inc.’s Director of Engineering, the Energy Engineer will collaborate extensively with project managers and other technical staff. Specific tasks may include:
New Ecology typically seeks to hire multidisciplinary, lifelong learners who naturally seek deeper and deeper understanding of how buildings operate, how finances, markets and regulations affect building ownership, and how this understanding can be used to convince owners and operators to adapt greener practices.
The ideal candidate will also have:
The candidate should be prepared for increased responsibility in a rapidly growing company.
Full time, exempt. Regular travel to job sites and meetings throughout the mid-Atlantic region is expected. Occasional travel to our Boston “home” office for projects, meetings, conferences and training.
Competitive pay and generous benefits package. Professional development is a priority and we provide financial assistance for training and certifications.
Please submit your cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org (please put “Energy Engineer-mid-Atlantic” in subject line).
NEI is committed to developing a diverse staff. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.