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Aramark Engineering and Asset Solutions is a technical organization comprised of a staff with diverse backgrounds that perform energy management, building commissioning, capital project management, and strategic facilities planning. We offer a unique environment that fosters both personal and professional growth.
Responsible for directing and managing all elements of energy management program within one or multiple client sites.
Scope of RoleManage multiple projects that will vary in size, scope and duration but in general meet client or project expectations within set budget and/or time expectations.
This position reports to the Energy Program Manager. The Energy Manager shall be responsible for supporting comprehensive energy programs and projects for our existing Education and Healthcare Clients throughout New York City, and Hudson River Valley regions. The position may require up to 75% day travel with limited overnight travel expected. The Energy Manager facilitates the identification, development and implementation of energy management projects and protocols. These critical initiatives help the programs exceed the overall energy reduction goals and objectives. The Energy Manager develops and maintains effective customer rapport, provides guidance and training to help others (internally to Aramark and externally to the client) efficiently operate the facility power plants, chiller plants, and HVAC Systems. Qualifications
- Possess a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification
- 3 to 5 years of experience in a facility environment or energy management sector.
- Working knowledge of building systems, i.e. boilers, chillers, HVAC/R (including Building Management Systems, BMS)
- Be able to conduct/assist with ASHRAE Level 1, 2, 3 energy audits
- Develop and apply strategies for improving energy efficiency and lowering costs, such as incorporating new energy-saving technology, minimizing unnecessary energy consumption
- Conduct field visits to assist with site walkthrough assessments and collect detailed information.
- Assist with identifying and evaluating energy efficiency measures, calculate the savings potential of measures, and prepare assessment reports.
- Possess highly developed interpersonal, analytical, and communication skills (oral & written).
- Create formal documentation including memorandums, reports, etc. are routine deliverables produced by the Energy Manager role.
- Manage a diverse environment with focus on client service is essential for success in this role.
- Strong organizational and computer skills are necessary, particularly the Microsoft Office Suite.