TRC Companies creates and implements sophisticated and innovative solutions to the challenges facing America's energy markets and infrastructure. A national energy and environmental services organization, TRC Companies provides its services to America's major industries, utilities, banks, insurance companies and federal, state and local government agencies. TRC Energy Services is seeking a qualified individual to support a local government energy audit program. Projects and responsibilities may include energy auditing, assessment of, Combined Heat & Power; custom boiler and central utility plants; district heating and cooling systems. Candidates must possess strong technical capabilities including knowledge of building systems and energy efficiency.
Key responsibilities include:
Conduct facility ASHRAE I and II level audits, feasibility studies and reports, for local government entities such as municipalities, K-12, state colleges, universities, and water treatment facilities.
Perform energy engineering studies, including energy audits & feasibility studies as needed.
Perform facility utility analysis and energy benchmarking using EnergyStar Portfolio Manager.
Conducting project fieldwork, energy savings analysis, and report production using standard resources and templates and custom tool development.
Working on a variety of energy saving calculations, strategies and projects.
Deliver high quality report and audit tool requiring minimal QA/QC efforts.
Manage multiple projects simultaneously and able to meet deadlines and client expectations.
Review calculations and assumptions used to estimate or measure savings due to energy efficiency and green building projects.
Conduct on site meetings and presentations and provide answers to technical and program related questions.
Associate or Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Architecture, Planning, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management, or related field;
1-3 years of experience with ASHRAE Level I and II energy auditing, report writing, and energy analysis.
Knowledge of building systems, such as lighting, HVAC, energy efficiency technologies, green building and high performance design;
Experience in energy conservation measures work scope recommendations including measures such as air infiltration reduction, HVAC upgrades, motors, lighting, building shell/envelope, appliances, and lighting.
Aptitude for communicating (written and oral) technical and program concepts to clients, contractors, consumers, and other interested people or organizations.
Ability to work independently and in a team setting.
Experience with CHP and Solar is a plus.
Local Travel required to project sites throughout NJ.