ESFM is the corporate Integrated Facilities Management (IFM) division of Compass Group USA and a Keystone member of the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI…
Rooted in hospitality, ESFM elevates the workplace experience as the single source of innovative FM solutions that ensure a safe, healthy, and sustainable environment. ESFM's clients include many household names from Life Science, Technology, Oil & Gas and Manufacturing markets.
ESFM self-performs 80% of all IFM solutions provided to clients. Their portfolio of service categories includes Environment, Health & Safety, Facilities Maintenance & Engineering, Sustainability, Janitorial & Industrial Cleaning, Laboratory Support and Workplace solutions. This self-performance model creates a consistent hospitality experience for clients, resulting in higher engagement and productivity from their employees.
In 2020, ESFM (formerly Eurest Services) won the George Graves Award for Facility Management Achievement from the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA).
The Engineering Manager, Sustainability & Energy will be responsible for conducting energy audits and studies, identification and technical analysis of energy savings opportunities, aka FIM's and Building Performance Optimization Studies. The Energy Engineer is also responsible for technical assistance to current clients in developing overall projects in a strategic manner.
Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities
Perform energy cost savings calculations utilizing hand calculations, spreadsheets, and modeling software.
Perform preliminary and detailed technical energy audits in a wide range of facilities. Identify facility improvement measures (FIM's) related to a building's infrastructure including electrical, mechanical, control, water, wastewater, envelope, solid waste, irrigation, and lighting systems.
Determine operational characteristics of a building and identify improvement areas by reviewing sequence of operations and interviewing staff.
Provide detailed analysis of utility bill data including benchmarking the data against similar facilities. Benchmarking methods include Energy Star, DCIE, PUE and other industry standards.
Work with utility providers to secure rebates for audits and FIM implementation.
Provide written documentation of FIM's, including accurate scope descriptions, equipment specification, energy savings potential, benefits, and backup data to verify Facility Improvement Measures..
Collaborate with Associates regarding specific project tasks to achieve goals and meet deadlines relative to assigned projects.
Ensure that field logging and measurement of equipment to assess the current performance are performed correctly.
Coordinate facility site visits and communicate with outside vendors as pertains to the identification of engineering support.
Develop preliminary and final energy savings proposals, studies, meetings, and presentations.
Oversee the monitoring and on-going performance assurance of energy savings projects as directed.
Perform schematic design for building mechanical, electrical systems including drawings and layout, written design narrative, and sizing calculations.
Stay informed on changes within the energy industry and be an active participant in related professional associations.
Maintain good understanding of pertinent building and energy codes
Maintain harmonious relations with building owners, contractors, consultants, vendors, and other partners.
Keep informed on and follow client processes and standards.
Must be willing to travel when needed within the USA.
Must be able to climb ladders, be on your feet most of the day touring facilities.
Chilled water system control optimization
Comprehensive understanding in building thermal imagining and building utilities usage
HVAC control and optimization
Understanding of multiple building automation system platforms
Comprehensive understanding of electrical grids, cost, electrical offsets and rebate programs and projects to reduce client facility cost while increasing optimizations.
Advanced knowledge with Facility MEP systems.
Education and/or Experience:
Four-year EE or ME degree is required.
10yrs experience as an energy engineer is required.
Strong experience in critical environments is required.
Certified Energy Engineer is required.
This job description reflects management's assignment of essential functions. It does not restrict the tasks that may be assigned nor is it considered a contract of employment overriding at-will employment.
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