California Office and Project Manager, San Francisco Office
Are you ready to work where you can have real IMPACT? Ambient Energy is seeking an Office and Project Manager experienced in creating long-term and successful client partnerships and to improve Ambient Energy's local presence in California from our office located in the Bay Area. This Manager will procure and manage energy modeling, commissioning, LEED, and sustainability projects, and develop client relationships. Along with a strong environmental and energy engineering background, the successful candidate will have demonstrated leadership capabilities and the ability to manage, inspire and motivate staff. This job will entail managing projects, business development, establishing and maintaining client relations, securing work, and managing a team which may include building performance analysts, sustainable design specialists, and commissioning agents. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, able to work independently and manage a team of three to ten persons in the San Francisco office. The Manager shall report to the President of Ambient Energy in Denver.
* Minimum of 10-12 years of professional experience working on building projects, at least 5 of which were for sustainable or energy efficient building projects.
* Minimum of 4 years of project management experience.
* Experience working on at least 3 LEED projects from start to finish.
* Strong knowledge and comfort level with building mechanical and electrical systems.
* Skills in client account management and proposal writing.
* Experience hiring, managing, training, and mentoring staff.
* Experience working with design teams, owners, architects, and contractors.
* Excellent technical review, editing, and presentation skills.
Energy-Models.com is a site for energy modelers, building simulators, architects, and engineers who want learn the basics, to advanced concepts of energy modeling. We've got online training courses and tutorials for eQUEST, Trane TRACE 700, OpenStudio, and LEED for energy modeling. All our energy modeling courses are video based. What better way to learn energy modeling software than screen-casts of exactly how things are done?