Looking for energy-efficiency engineers with building energy simulation experience

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I'm currently seeking experienced energy-efficiency engineers on behalf of a
client company that has current openings in several states including Texas,
Oklahoma, and Michigan. The company is an energy-efficiency consulting
firm, and it designs and implements energy-efficiency, demand-side
management (DSM), and peak-reduction programs for utility clients.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Perform building energy simulation/modeling using eQUEST and/or
similar tools.
* Review design drawings to determine building energy use, provide
design recommendations, and calculate energy savings.
* Design program templates and calculators to assess energy use and
potential energy savings.
* Effectively communicate technical terms and concepts to
non-technical stakeholders and provide education to non-technical internal
* Provide technical knowledge base to explain complex energy issues to
internal as well as external parties.
* Perform special projects and research new emerging technologies
related to energy efficiency.
* Provide creative market transformation ideas and/or innovative
implementation strategies.
* May require travel up to 30%.


* Bachelor's degree in engineering
* Minimum 5 years of related experience in consulting engineering,
energy services, and/or utility energy-efficiency
* Knowledge of energy-efficiency technologies, programs, and policies
* Expertise in energy use analysis
* Expertise in energy auditing
* Certificates and Licenses: no certifications required, but CEM

If interested, please contact James Hatheway at
jameshatheway at jhrecruiting.com or (512) 259-2383.

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