Does energy efficiency, energize you?
The U.S. has an energy efficiency of 42 percent, which means 58 percent of all the energy we produce is wasted! At Healthy Buildings, they are helping to reduce energy consumption and waste.
As an Energy Engineer with Healthy Buildings, you will be exposed to unique building types and systems. By gathering information on building design, function, and operating practices, you will develop recommendations to reduce energy consumption and lower operating expenses. This is your chance to make a real impact on the built environment.
Through conducting energy audits and building commissioning, you will work with a variety of professionals ranging from property managers and facility engineers to architects, mechanical contractors, and developers to optimize building systems, minimize environmental impact, and lower operating costs. You will be looked to as an industry expert for your skills and knowledge.
If you are successful in landing this career, you can expect:
- Competitive compensation along with a benefits package that includes medical, dental, life, short term and long term disability, Paid Time Off, volunteer time off, holiday pay and 401(k) with match.
- A take home company car, cell phone, laptop and gas card are provided
- “One of the best places to work in Orange County' – The OC Business Journal (2013)
- Healthy Buildings is a certified Benefit-Corporation that meets rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency
Healthy Buildings wants to hear from you, if you have:
- Thorough understanding of commercial mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems
- Formal Cx training or Certifications (CxA, CEM, CCP, CBCP, etc.)
- Ability to identify energy conservation measures and perform savings calculations
- Knowledge of LEED Rating Systems
- Knowledge of the building commissioning process and documentation
- Understanding of building automation systems