New Job Posting:
Hermanson Company LLP
1221 2nd Avenue North
Kent, WA 98032
Job Title: Energy Engineer
Department: Sustainable Services
Reports To: Sustainability Manager
FLSA Status: Exempt
As Energy Engineer, your primary responsibility will be the identification and technical analysis of various energy savings opportunities for both private and public clients. You will perform energy audits, determine improvement areas, perform measurements, provide documentation of the recommended energy conservation measures and verification of savings.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Act as the engineering lead on energy and retrofit development projects from concept through design, permitting, and construction
Analysis of existing systems, focusing on optimization and energy efficiency, equipment replacement, system selection, and/or operation.
Develop energy and operational savings, paybacks, life cycle analyses for various clients in healthcare, K-12, higher education, private buildings and industrial markets.
Complete ECM energy Calculations and savings projections, coordinate same with utility companies for savings plan.
Ability to grasp the current codes and functional implications of modifications to existing systems and communicate them to the energy team in a positive and helpful manner.
Provide technical expertise related to Energy Services systems and designs.
Coordinate facility site visits and inform appropriate personnel of project activities.
Communicate and work with local utility company representatives to collect client use data, secure rebates and incentive grants
Development and prepare proposals for future Energy Services work.
Manage, train and promote company beginning level energy engineers, energy auditors, M&V technicians.
DESIRABLE EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) in Mechanical Engineering from a four-year college or university or three to five years of direct hands-on field experience in Mechanical Engineering and construction (HVAC, Piping, and Plumbing) or Energy Engineering; or equivalent combination of technical training and/or related experience.
Have a reasonable background and knowledge of DDC controls and building management systems (BMS) including points lists, sequences of operation, set points, warm-ups and night set-backs and the physical components that perform those functions.
Hold and maintain an AEE CEM certificate.