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Certified Energy Manager

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Date: 09-Jun-2021

Location: StarHub Green

Company: StarHub Ltd

Job Description

 

An Energy Manager monitors and manages the energy efficiency of a facility or organization. They implement conservation measures, monitor energy consumption, assess business decisions for sustainability and seek out opportunities for increasing energy efficiency.

 

Responsibilities

Perform Energy Audits

  • The Energy Manager audits various facilities for energy efficiency. He or she will inspect buildings with local energy laws in mind to ensure they adhere to all regulations. The Energy Manager also monitors buildings in order to identify areas where energy is wasted or energy efficiency needs improvement, analyzing utility usage in order to develop conservation projects.

Develop and Implement Energy-Saving Strategies

  • In order to maximize energy efficiency, Energy Managers create and oversee the implementation of short and long-term projects and strategies that increase energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and minimize unnecessary consumption. They also implement energy-related cost-saving measures. Throughout the development process, they calculate the budget, project energy savings, and identify the goals for each project. They work with the engineering team to craft and implement these measures. 


Manage Utility Budget

  • Through energy audits and the development of energy saving strategies, the Energy Manager creates and monitors the utility budget. This will include calculating current energy costs as well as the potential savings of upcoming projects. They will also prepare budget reports and cost estimates.


Document and Present Projects

  • Energy managers prepare formal proposals for all new projects, including projected costs and energy savings. They also submit formal documentation and status updates for all current projects, regular utility consumption data reports and documentation of results for completed projects. They then present this information to executive management in order to make energy-related recommendations.

Qualifications

•    Energy project experience
•    Having a working knowledge of energy utility systems
•    Showing proficiency in Microsoft Office
•    Having strong quantitative and technical skills
Advanced skills: 
•    Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification
•    Energy audit experience
•    Professional Engineer (PE) license
•    Project management experience
•    LEED certification

 

*We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.