Energy Manager Job, Cornwall
One of the UK’s leading provider of facilities, is recruiting for an Energy Manager to join their team in the South West due to an exciting contract win. The successful candidate will be based from the office in Plymouth however will work predominantly in and across Cornwall as an integrated member of the Facilities Team.
Undertake energy audits of sites, reviewing current running costs against agreed benchmarks.
Identify and diagnose poorly performing plants, HVAC systems, electrical services, water controls, low carbon and renewable technologies etc.
For areas where excess energy use is identified, budget costs upgrade equipment, calculate the resultant energy saving, CO2 saving, paybacks per energy measure and overall project paybacks.
Prepare recommendation and write energy reports for projects to support clients in new bids and/or contract negotiations.
Identify and outline to clients what can be achieved in terms of savings from a short term, medium and long term.
Support the supply chain and coordinate design solutions to reduce energy/carbon and to improve the overall health and well-being for building occupants.
Assist, where required, the Project Managers with the commissioning and management of solutions.
Assist with the performance existing client buildings – simulate conditions to test the integrity of the building services.
Carry out post install energy audit/post occupancy evaluations for solutions agreed.
Analysing how a building operates and connecting and feeding this information back into the facilities team’s activities and client reports.
Maintaining a good network of contacts with relevant industry bodies.
Actively promoting best practice low carbon building design to all stakeholders.
Reviewing and assessing emerging new technologies that would assist the company in offering other innovative energy reduction measures to its clients.
Knowledge, Skills & Qualifications
Previous experience in the same or similar role
Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification obtained through the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)
A high-level understanding and experience of energy related plant and equipment
Experience of analysis of energy use to allow identification of opportunities
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
Experience in the assessment of supplier auditing, understanding, questioning and developing technical specifications to continuously improve the operational and energy contribution of installed equipment.
Knowledge of governmental support for renewable energy systems
Experience/knowledge of remote monitoring to allow the regular monitoring to allow the regular monitoring of client sites to ensure the initially delivered energy savings are maintained sustainably against the contracts for such monitoring
Salary – £45,000 – £55,000 + car allowance + 25 days holiday + target + pension