- Energy Modeling Engineer | Edmonton, AB
Organization: Alberta Recruiting Services
Abrs is recruiting an Energy Modeling Engineer for Edmonton . The role is with a leading engineering consulting firm. Senior/Intermediate Mechanical Engineer playing a key role of designing mechanical systems in commercial buildings. Delivers energy saving, safe, and cost-effective solutions to clients.
Perform mechanical analysis and design for new and existing buildings.
Prepare budgets and schedules by projecting resource needs and determining priorities.
Follow project design requirements as established by project manager and senior design lead on each project.
Perform load calculations and cost estimation to make recommendations on energy costs.
Conduct HVAC systems comparison to determine the most economic, sustainable option.
Adhere to design standards in preparing drawings and specifications.
Coordinate and guide technical staff in preparation of contract drawings, documents and other tasks.
Perform submittal reviews and respond to mechanical contractors.
Coordinate mechanical designs and documents with other in-house engineering and design disciplines.
Attend client meetings and respond to client in a timely manner, respectful and comprehensive manner.
Prepare reports for building condition assessment and preliminary design for project feasibility.
Liaise with clients, contractors and authorities having jurisdiction.
Conduct post project reviews to identify areas for improvement; make recommendations based on findings.
Develop design documents for demonstrating compliance to the appropriate regulations
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering
CEM – Certified Energy Manager or CEA – Certified Energy Auditor
5-10 years of experience in building sector
Hold a current registration and Professional Engineer designation – P.Eng
LEED Accredited Professional designation considered an asset
Energy Modeling experience using DOE-2, EE4, EQuest, IES or similar software;
A passion for green buildings, sustainable design and energy efficiency;
A working knowledge of any of the following software programs would be considered a definite asset: AutoCAD, TRNSYS, THERM, EnergyPlus, HAP, TRACE.
Familiarity with the LEED green building rating system and ASHRAE standards 90.1 and 189.1 would also be advantageous
High level of experience with cooling load and heat loss calculations.
A keen understanding of HVAC, lighting, and building envelope systems for commercial and institutional buildings;
If you are interested in this career opportunity, please contact Clinton DeWitt at email@example.com
Visit website: www.abrs.ca
- Manger of Energy Audits | Aurora, ON
Organization: MultiLogic Energy Solutions Inc.
MultiLogic Energy Solutions Inc. is a full-service energy management services company delivering energy savings to the Multi-residential industry across Canada. Specializing in energy efficient lighting solutions, our turnkey services include: government incentive approvals, audits, project installations, permits, and green disposal services.
Conduct energy audits specifically for lighting and lighting system controls
Field visits and site walk-through assessments as well as collection of detailed building information
Assisting with the identification and evaluation of energy efficiency measures, calculation of potential energy savings and audit report preparation
Conduct energy analysis and calculations with the objective of reduction in usage
Lighting level calculations and layouts
Must be able to troubleshoot electrical and power installation
Prepare, manage and verify client applications in compliance with the saveONenergy program
Use an applied approach based on a comprehensive understanding of technology
Carry out a wide range of work, either independently or under general direction
Attend various tradeshows and networking events as required
2+ years’ experience performing energy audits; preferably lighting related
Knowledge of engineering codes and standards used in design, and construction
Previous experience recommending/designing new lighting layouts
Experience with lighting design software is a strong asset
Competent multitasker in a fast-paced environment
Strong leader must be able to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team
Familiar with the use of CRM systems
Strong use of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Able to train and manage additional auditors
Excellent oral and written English communication skills
Willing to travel and work flexible hours
Own vehicle required
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Degree or diploma in engineering or applied science from a university or college of recognized standing
E.T. or C.E.M. designation required
Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the Ontario Electrical Safety Code / Canadian Electrical Code, National Building Code of Canada, National Fire
Code of Canada, and IEEE Electrical Standards
Minimum 2 years related work experience required
Competitive base salary
Individual and company bonus plan
All related business expenses
3 weeks’ vacation
Job Type: Full-time
Auditing: 1 year
Required license or certification:
- Energy Manager | Toronto, ON
Organization: Irving Tissue
At Irving Tissue, we recognize that the key to our success is our people. We are a family-owned and operated company that has grown to become one of North America’s leading manufacturers of household paper products. Irving Tissue produces both branded and private label bathroom tissue, facial tissue, paper towels, and napkins. Consumers know us by our Majesta and Royale brands. Our manufacturing facilities are located in Fort Edward, NY, Toronto, Ontario, and Dieppe, New Brunswick.
The Energy Manager is responsible for directing the energy reduction efforts for the Irving Tissue Toronto site. The successful candidate will set energy usage reduction targets while developing and implementing plans to achieve targets. They will work directly with utilities and available consultants to obtain and maximize available incentives for energy reduction.
Bachelor’ degree in Engineering
Registered Professional Engineer preferred
Certified Energy Manager Accreditation or equivalent experience And/or education
Experience implementing or delivering OPA Province Wide CDM programs
Familiarity with Conservation and Demand Measurement (CDM) measures for industrial, commercial or institutional customers
Knowledge of demand response program
Excellent organizational, communication and time management skills Key Responsibilities
Establish and maintain an energy-management policy
Design and implement electric, natural gas, and multi-fuel, and compressed air energy efficiency programs
Devise a strategy for reducing energy costs and environmental impact resulting from energy consumption
Maintain a register of energy-saving opportunities and measure and verify the savings achieved
Monitor and advise on legislation and regulations related to energy usage
Keep abreast of potential energy and water saving products and practices
Analyze supply tenders and negotiate with bidders to maximize value of spending
Commission and supervise specialist consultants related to energy management
Conduct or arrange energy audits and surveys, performance tests and investigations
Collect weather statistics, occupancy and production figures, and other measureable variable factors which affect energy consumption
Analyze energy consumption histories on a regular basis to detect exceptions
Diagnose, investigate and rectify detected exceptions
Collate comparative data and yardstick figures for benchmarking purposes
Participate in energy benchmarking groups
Conduct or arrange staff awareness and motivation programs
Devise, commission and deliver or supervise energy training programs
Report on energy consumption and costs, associated transmission and distribution costs, budget variances, costs of exceptions, and savings achieved
Assist with the preparation of energy budgets
What We Offer:
Competitive compensation package
Plant bonus potential
Full benefits package
To Apply for this Career Opportunity:
Please apply online by April 5th, 2017.
We appreciate your interest in our company! The initial review of applications will begin on the deadline date for applying. Applications received after the deadline may not be considered. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
For more information on our products and services, click here .
Irving Tissue, a division of Irving Consumer Products Ltd., is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in its employment practices and to providing an environment free from discrimination and harassment for all employees.
- Technical Lead | Dartmouth, NS
Reporting to the Manager, Regulatory Affairs and Planning, you will be involved in all key technical matters associated with DSM including but not limited to the development of DSM Potential/Baseline Studies, DSM Resource Plans, quarterly, annual and special reports to the UARB, and refining Efficiency Nova Scotia’s direction on emerging technical matters. Current and ongoing initiatives include the development of Efficiency Nova Scotia’s Electronic Technical Reference Manual, the implementation of a lifetime energy savings methodology, and the quantification of non-energy benefits.
You will be involved in the rate and bill impact analysis process as well as prepare data and perform analyses for annual rate class allocations.
Here’s who should apply: enthusiastic, motivated, and collaborative individuals who have the ability to work with a diverse group of individuals at all organizational levels, both inside and outside of the organization. You have a familiarity with energy use and Demand Side Management incentive programs, and you are not intimidated by technical details.
To be qualified for this role you will have a Bachelor of Engineering degree with at least 2 years, knowledge of program measurement and evaluation, project management or project coordination, or similar measurement and reporting role experience. You have excellent written and oral communication skills, excellent skills in spreadsheet development and data analysis, and superior time management skills. You thrive in a fast-paced and results-oriented environment where your problem-solving and data analysis skills help you meet tight deadlines.
If you would like to be considered for this position, please submit your resume and covering letter, clearly articulating how you meet the above-noted qualifications.
EfficiencyOne has an employment equity program, welcomes diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified candidates, including women, aboriginal peoples, people with disabilities and racial minorities.
- Energy & Sustainability Analyst I | Halifax, NS
Organization: Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions
Job Field: Energy & Sustainability
Req #: 172905
Job Type: Full time
Length of Assignment:
The Energy & Sustainability Analyst I is an entry level post responsible for providing reporting and analytical support encompassing utility management, energy & sustainability reporting metrics and client key performance indicators.
KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Energy & Sustainability Reporting
Prepares standard energy and sustainability reporting and energy data management and executes simple analysis. Supports delivering energy and sustainability reporting used to meet KPI’s and contract deliverables.
Executes weather correction calculations that address weather sensitivity and seasonality of energy accounts.
Supports Energy & Sustainability and Accounts Payable Team Members in identifying billing anomalies and data inputting errors.
Demand-Side Management Opportunity Evaluation Support
Supports Energy & Sustainability initiatives by isolating buildings of interest on an exception basis for additional scrutiny to identify energy efficiency projects.
EDUCATION, JOB-RELATED YEARS OF EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS
MINIMUM EDUCATION: Community college diploma or equivalent training (e.g. RPA, CET)
JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE: One year or less
Knowledge & Skills
Technologist diploma is required, preferably Mechanical or related area.
Advanced skills in MS Excel. Strong MS Word skills. Working experience with MS Access or other database software would be beneficial.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Strong knowledge of units of energy / utility measurement and conversion calculations.
Appreciation of utility tariff structures and utility bill generation and processing including deregulated market structures.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Good administrative skills including documentation standards.
Appreciation of financial reporting requirements.
Licenses and/or Professional Accreditation
- Sustainable Buildings Consultant | Toronto, ON
More information about this job:
Within the Buildings Engineering group, our Sustainable Buildings team provides consulting services at every stage of the building life cycle based upon the principles and goals of sustainability and stewardship. The sustainable buildings service areas reflect the interconnected systems-based nature of sustainability and include LEED Consulting, BOMA BESt Consulting, Building Performance Simulation, and Commissioning. This is where great people and great ideas truly make a difference.
We have an opening in our Toronto, ON office for a Sustainable Buildings Consultant to provide our clients with LEED facilitation, sustainability consulting and energy modelling. We are seeking a highly motivated consulting professional with specialized expertise in integrated design, energy modelling, green building, and sustainable urban development. The successful candidate will contribute technically to our team’s existing portfolio of existing Green Building and LEED projects, and will also contribute to community scale and resource management consulting assignments.
The purpose of this position is to provide support and technical expertise direction and leadership in the execution of sustainability projects. You would bring good communication skills, technical strengths, project experience, ability to provide excellent client service and a commitment to sustainable design.
Key responsibilities include:
Facilitation of LEED projects
Creation of energy models and supporting documentation for LEED, design assistance, code compliance and incentive applications
Preparation and review of reports and LEED® submissions
Work with clients and project teams in an integrated design approach to identify appropriate design strategies geared towards improving environmentally sustainable solutions; provide ongoing analysis through design and construction.
Gather, review and prepare LEED documentation for internal and external design teams
Fostering business development opportunities combined with maintaining and growing current business and client relationships
Your Capabilities and Credentials:
LEED® or Green Associate Accreditation is a requirement.
Bachelor’s degree from a recognized post secondary institution in Engineering or related Science discipline OR a degree/diploma in building technology
Minimum 3 years’ experience in engineering or architecture preferably in a consulting setting
Minimum 2 years’ experience using modelling tools such as eQuest or IES VE
Knowledge of relevant standards including ASHRAE 90.1, NECB, etc.
Deep understanding of sustainability concepts and their practical applications
An understanding of the LEED® program and associated rating systems under both the Canada and US Green Building Councils
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as report writing skills
Knowledge of HVAC, lighting systems, and building control systems
Experience in building energy efficiency
Conversant in other languages such as French
WELL Building accreditation
- Energy Manager | Hamilton, ON
Organization: St. Joseph's Healthcare
Temporary Assignment – approximately 2 years
The Energy Manager will perform assessments for St. Joseph’s Health Centre Guelph, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, St. Mary’s General Hospital Kitchener’s premises and build business cases for energy efficiency demand management. This will include the identification, reporting and implementation of energy saving opportunities for all three facilities. The Energy Manager will work with larger commercial and institutional and industrial electricity distribution consumers for the initiatives offered under the Industrial Program and the C&I Program offered by the LDC.
•Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, or CET Designation
•Mandatory OPA training which may include Detailed End-Use, Basic Energy Manager program, Certified Energy Manager program
•Certified Energy Manager Accreditation or equivalent experience and/or education
•OACETT / APEO or eligible for membership
•Experience implementing or delivering OPA Province Wide CDM programs
•Familiarity with Conservation and Demand Measurement (CDM) measures for industrial, commercial or institutional customers
•Knowledge of demand response program
•Excellent organizational, communication and time management skills
Some responsibilities include:
•Collaborates with Manager of Building Services to forecast energy costs for development of annual budget
•Assists hospital to seek out incentives provided by Ontario Power Authority Province Wide CDM programs or Horizon Ontario Energy Board Approved
•Develop and maintain relationships with channel partners, suppliers and service providers for purpose of purposing CDM measures to customers
•Energy Tracking & Monitoring – providing a database for tracking for each facility
•Performs site assessment for all sites and provide description of control systems, operating schedules and maintenance practices
•Provides energy savings recommendations and action plans
•Implement employee training program to promote energy conservation
•Attend seminars, workshops, information sessions and conferences in order to explore opportunities for new energy efficient and demand response technologies
•All other duties as assigned
HOURS OF WORK
Monday to Friday; days
- Energy Advisor I | Toronto, ON
Organization: Franklin Energy
We provide our utility clients with a wide range of energy-saving and renewable energy solutions. From individual utility customers and construction contractors, to utilities, municipalities, and government bodies, our clients have come to depend on our customized energy efficiency programs to help them to meet their energy saving goals.
This position is responsible for providing our services directly to homeowners, landlords, building owners and other utility customers. You will provide expert advice and coordination for our programs while recommending specific modifications to electric and/or gas systems; you will also convince prospective clients of the improved efficiency that our services will bring. This role combines field work with office time (typically 4 field days to 1 office day per week). You will also be working with others who are passionate about energy efficiency and making a positive impact on the industry.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Promote the energy efficiency program to customers and trade allies within your assigned territory
Understand and implement the Franklin Energy Sales Process, including but not limited to: making outbound calls to new and existing customers to meet assigned energy saving targets, developing and facilitating program presentations to spur project activity and managing customer inquiries and concerns by phone, electronically or in person to move projects toward completion
Identify and provide documentation of on-site opportunities for energy efficiency and provide follow-up to customers as required; Generate summary reports to customers and Program Managers as needed
Discuss technical elements of energy consuming equipment—i.e., lighting, HVAC, hot water systems, building and pipe insulation, and air sealing
Enter data into spreadsheets and databases to determine energy savings and to manage current projects which may also include collaborating with Energy Engineers
Collaborate with home performance contractors and consultants to provide residential energy audit programs to utility customers
Coordinate, schedule and manage implementation contractors performing HVAC, air sealing and building shell improvements for each project
Perform post audit diagnostics, measurement and verification
Specific Qualification for the role include:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Technical school degree combined with demonstrated experience in the electric/gas utility field will be considered. Equivalent work experience may be considered.
1-2 years of experience in the electric or natural gas utility industry, facilities management, HVAC design or sales, commercial and industrial lighting, or conservation and energy management and commercial refrigeration technology.
Previous energy efficiency and/or energy modeling experience – Preferred
Previous customer service, sales, or marketing experience
Must be self-motivated, flexible, organized and have an ability to prioritize workload in a fast-paced environment
Proficient in Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel and Outlook and comfortable entering and tracking information in databases
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing with customers, clients and employees
Ability to analyze and interpret complex and/or quantitative data and solve practical problems
Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
Willingness to travel 50% or more of the time, occasional overnight
Franklin Energy Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Build a rewarding career in a dynamic and growing industry!
Franklin Energy Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Build a rewarding career in a dynamic and growing industry!
- Consultant – Energy Efficiency + Demand-Side Energy Resources | Montreal, QC
Organization: Dunsky Energy Consulting
* Candidates with a significant number of years of relevant experience may be considered for a Senior Consultant position.
Dunsky Energy Consulting (www.dunsky.com) is a mission-driven consulting firm specialized in sustainable energy strategies. We help our clients – primarily North American energy utilities, governments, private firms and non-profits – build a more sustainable future by assessing market-wide energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable mobility opportunities; by designing programs, policies and strategies to accelerate their adoption; and by evaluating (and improving) their performance.
You are smart, committed, personable, and experienced.
Required skills & experience:
• directly relevant experience in the design and/or evaluation of energy efficiency and demand-side energy resource programs and plans;
• significant and demonstrated project management experience;
• superior (English) writing and presentation skills;
• strong analytical skills;
• strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with clients and in a team.
• significant experience planning and designing energy efficiency programs;
• bilingualism (French & English);
• a strong desire to contribute to a better world.
Our ideal candidate would work out of our Montreal office, however we are open to considering candidates who would work remotely, from another North American city. Please indicate your preferred working location in your application.
At Dunsky, our Consultants (generally a minimum of 5 years of experience) contribute to projects for clients across Canada and the U.S., and advise key decision-makers and influencers on sustainable energy strategies. They manage teams to carry-out projects, contribute to project deliverables, manage client relationships, and assist with business development.
• Engage in work that aligns with your values: As a mission-driven firm and a registered “B Corp”, our work is driven by our commitment to sustainability and equitable team work.
• Be part of the on-going energy transition: We believe strongly that the future will be built on finding and accelerating market adoption of sustainable energy solutions. Our team makes it a priority to be part of the leading edge, prioritizing the emerging technologies and innovative approaches that will get us there.
• Work within a dynamic and welcoming team: We place a great deal of importance on offering our team the chance to grow and lead fulfilling lives both at work, and at home. We believe that how we work together is as important as the work we do.
We offer a range of employee benefits including flexible hours, summer schedules, annual bonuses, group health and dental insurance, discounts on public transit, and more. Our office is located in a LEED™ Platinum building, in the heart of Montreal, designed as a test bed for sustainable technologies and practices.
We are also committed to offer our team professional development and learning opportunities, and we ensure that each person gains experience in a diversity of projects.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested candidates are invited to send their C.V., cover letter and relevant writing samples (if available) to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the body of your email, please indicate your desired salary range, a possible start date, as well as where you heard about this posting. Applications will be considered until the position has been filled.
- Energy Engineer | Hawkesbury, ON
Organization: RFG Search Partners Ltd.
Our client is located between two of Canada’s natural cultural centers with a world of outdoors including nature at its best, skiing, fishing, boating and hunting in their immediate vicinity. In short, if you your skills align their needs and your lifestyle fits with any of these options this could a great job into an exceptional opportunity. This world class heavy industry competitor with two major plants on location is consistently pushing to enhance the facility. Their best practices approach to produce a stimulating working environment that is capable of attracting a unique individual that thrives on achievement. The size of the organization the speed of change the exceptional demand of heavy industry requires an individual who can grasp the enormity, prioritize the objectives and define the art of the possible based on economic outcomes. This individual needs to be a team player in a significant multi-talented Maintenance Department.
Assist the Energy Manager in directing, coordinating and administrating the day-to-day operation of utility energy programs, focusing on Natural Gas, Electricity and Water such as:
Energy conservation projects;
Monitor energy consumption (measuring performance against standards and existing benchmarks);
Observe and administer internal Energy Management System (EMS) and Metering and Monitoring System (MMS);
Interact with all energy related system hardware and software required to complete energy calculations;
Actively involved in developing and implementing of related policies and procedures;
Supervise and manage all energy conservations activities and projects;
Identify and recommend equipment and operational strategies to maximize operating efficiency.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree in a directly related Engineering field or equivalent experience;
Knowledge of fire protection systems, security systems, burners & burner controls and HVAC systems;
Excellent communication skills;
Experience in Heavy Industry or steel fabrication would be an asset;
Bilingualism is an asset.
The client offers a competitive compensation and benefits package scaled to professional standards. Interested candidates that can easily identify themselves in this position can submit their resume and refer to Project #D-170204. Long-listed candidates will receive a more detailed job description. We thank all applicants for their interest, but wish to advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
RFG Direct a division of RFG Search Partners Ltd.
Job Type: Full-time
- Account Executive | Toronto and Montréal,
As an Account Executive at Ecosystem, you will be responsible for establishing and building strategic relationships with clients, and generating and strengthening business opportunities. You will collaborate on a daily basis with Ecosystem’s energy efficiency engineers and business development professionals. You will be part of a dynamic, committed, and innovative team that works together to reach ambitious and inspiring goals.
1 position available in Montreal
1 position available in Toronto
You will meet regularly with prospects to evaluate their needs and introduce Ecosystem and our offering. Using your expertise in strategic business development, you will generate leads and build relationships with new and existing clients in different sectors. You will identify and develop large-scale business opportunities and negotiate contracts for multi-million dollar energy performance projects. With a customer-centric approach, you will proactively assess, clarify, and validate client needs on an ongoing basis.
You will work in collaboration with Ecosystem’s multidisciplinary team to develop energy performance project proposals that respond to client expectations, while meeting RFP deadlines and delivering a high level of quality.
As Ecosystem’s representative, you will contribute to increasing the company’s visibility while positioning Ecosystem as a leading energy efficiency firm in the market.
You are a proactive self-starter who is highly motivated to meet and exceed expectations. You thrive in collaborative settings and you work effectively both independently and as part of a team. You are known for your sense of initiative, strong work ethic, and high degree of integrity. You are an excellent communicator, both verbal and written, and you easily create new contacts and business relationships. You are results-oriented, highly organized, and able to manage complex projects with long-term sales cycles.
Ecosystem would like to hear about your proven track record of generating new business during your 5 to 10 years of experience in the field, including your ability to develop relationships with C-level executives and your background selling to the public and private sectors. We also consider the following to be strong assets: experience in the field of energy, engineering, or construction; knowledge of financial analysis methods for capital investment projects; and a network of contacts that can be utilized for driving new business development.
You will hold a permanent position with Ecosystem, an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive compensation package including health insurance. Ecosystem offers employees a wide range of benefits and opportunities to support a healthy work-life balance.
This position is an incredible opportunity to work with a passionate, dedicated team of innovative and experienced energy efficiency professionals. People are the lifeblood of our company and the key to offering the best possible service to our clients. We create a stimulating work environment for motivated individuals, making it a place where brilliant ideas are nurtured and innovative designs overcome today’s energy conservation challenges.
- Building Performance Specialist | Toronto, ON
Organization: Cadillac Fairview Corporation
Full-time, Temporary, Contract
Build your future with Cadillac Fairview!
At Cadillac Fairview, we are so much more than our properties. We are building leaders at all levels. We offer the challenge of interesting work, a great organizational culture, the opportunity to collaborate with the best in the business, and support for your growth and development. We reward values-based behavior and superior results with a competitive rewards package that includes best-in-class benefits. Cadillac Fairview is where you can make a difference, and where it all comes together.
The Building Performance Specialist (EM) role will execute and help deliver an enterprise level building performance and energy management program.
Primary duties include supporting the rollout and maintenance of the Energy Smart Operations (ESO) initiative, assessing our properties for program deployment, coordinating with internal stakeholders and vendors to prepare mechanical, electrical, and metering systems and equipment schedules and documentation, coordinate the development of internal standards, and participate in the analysis of building performances.
You will: Perform compilation of materials and specification sheets. Create related products with adherence to applicable industry and CF standards or specifications. Review existing energy study reports and perform high-level assessments, including a walk through audit in some cases of each site, to identify energy consuming system and equipment to develop a national inventory. Review and provide a description of control systems, operating schedules, and maintenance practices at the property to identify operational savings. This is to help develop maintenance practices and programs to enhance energy efficiency. Identify, assess, prioritize and recommend to the national operations team on the sequence of deployment of the ESO initiative. Facilitate the completion of applications to Local Distribution Company (LDC) Conservation and Demand Management (CDM) initiatives and to other agencies to maximize funding available for energy-saving projects. Coordinate and assist with site inspections by the
LDC/OPA from time to time of the various measures implemented. Collect relevant information regarding additional electrical energy use (equipment purchases, schedule changes, occupancy changes or construction). Assist in the development and execution on commissioning plans on the ESO platform.
Participate in the alignment to the internal sustainability management tool (Green at Work) and achievement of third-party standards/certifications (i.e. LEED, BOMA BESt, etc.). Help develop and maintain processes in addressing the continuous improvement items of the ESO initiative with the property.
Post-secondary degree or diploma in a relevant field of study (e.g. Electrical/Mechanical/Energy/Environmental/ Engineering, Building Environmental
Science, Architectural/Building Science, etc.)
Professional designation such as a Certified Engineering Technician/Technologist (CET), a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) or a licensed professional engineer of Ontario (P.Eng) is preferred.
2 to 4 years progressive experience in an energy reduction-focused role preferably within the commercial real estate field.
Strong knowledge in HVAC, lighting and building automation systems in relation to system energy efficiency performance, and operation and maintenance.
Previous experience with writing technical reports and preparing technical documents
Proven ability to communicate both verbally and written.
Demonstrated experience in project management and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
High proficiency in office-computer applications (i.e. Microsoft Excel, Word, Visio, Project and PowerPoint, AutoCAD, MSSQL, etc.).
CORE COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Proficient at reading mechanical, architectural and control drawings and project documents.
Team facilitation and leadership
Excellent problem solving skills
Proven project management skills
Ability to interact effectively with individuals at various levels, including with operations staff and contractors
Advanced analytical and problem solving skills and proven ability to develop practical and creative solutions
Strong prioritization and organizational skills
Are you up for the challenge? At CF, we believe our people are core to our success. Join our award-winning team, where your talent and commitment to excellence are welcomed, valued and respected!
Accommodation for applicants with disabilities during the recruitment, assessment, and/or selection process is available.
- Energy efficiency engineer | Ottawa, ON
NC-Lavalin follows exceptional standards in health and safety, ethics and compliance, and protection of the environment. It undertakes to carry out high-quality projects within budgetary limits and established deadlines, to the full satisfaction of its customers.
The Energy Management Engineer will be an internal resource to the engineering team as well as a specialist consultant to the client base. This resource will play a key role in advancing the knowledge and services provided in the energy management sector on behalf of SNC-lavalin.
To carry out the technical surveys to ensure the quality and accuracy of energy simulation models and reports.
Manage, evaluate and comment on statistical comparisons between the energy consumption of various buildings;
Produce and write technical reports such as; Energy audits, feasibility studies and detailed studies;
Review and approval of energy simulations leading to the identification of the main items of energy consumption and the possible energy efficiency measures;
Assess the economic impacts of the energy measurements selected. Analyze the profitability of projects through the use of indicators such as: PRI, TRI, NPV and overall cost
Manage and deliver energy management projects while coordinating both internal and external resources
Interpret the results of energy simulation software;
In depth understanding of construction practices and equipment selections to provide integral assistance to design teams in guiding design bases;
Prepare and submit documentation to granting agencies and permitting authorities
Management, guidance and preparation of documentation for energy efficiency credits for projects requiring LEED accreditation.
Business development to increase services offered and market share in the local and national energy management industry
Build and manage client relationships to ensure growing and repeat business
Cross selling and discipline engagement where synergies exist
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering;
Professional Engineer Designation (P.Eng)
LEED Accredited Professional (an asset)
Minimum 8 years of experience in a related field in the local market
Remain highly engaged in the energy management industry to increase the energy management services offered by SNC-Lavalin
Specialization in mechanical engineering / building mechanics;
Experience in commissioning and retro commissioning with a focus on energy efficiency
Be a part of the Canada Green Building Council’s experienced modelers list (an asset); BEMP Certificate “Building Energy Modeling Professional” (an asset); Experience in consulting engineering (an asset); Local and national network of energy conscious clients to whom energy services can be offered to increase SNC-Lavalin’s presence in the local and national market Knowledge of the following software: Word, Excel, TRACE, EE4, DOE2, SIMEB, SWIFT, RETSCREEN, EQUEST, CANQUEST, GLHPRO, GS 2000, THERM, WINDOW; Knowledge of 3D modeling software (such as Revit) (an asset); Knowledge of CAD and capable of drafting and making modifications to drawings Language: English, Bilingualism is an asset Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. We are an equal opportunity employer. Appropriate accommodations will be provided upon request throughout the recruitment and hiring process as required by Company policy and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).Successful applicants will be notified about SNCLavalin’s accommodation policies at the time the employment offer is extended, and the information will be shared with new personnel during the on boarding process. Worker Type Employee Job Type Regular