HSG is a woman-owned small business dedicated to providing high-quality professional solutions to clients. We are seeking an Energy Conservation Analyst who will be responsible
for cutting edge development of energy and water efficiency solutions in
support of the Federal client and prime contractors working on client
facility. Occasional travel may be
Collect, calculate, review, and analyze
trends in energy and water utilization data (with and without meters) for research
and industrial facilities.
Conduct walk-through and desktop energy/water
audits (ASHRAE Level I, analogous to ASHRAE Level II, and inspections of client
facilities) to identify opportunities for energy and/or water conservation and
complete associated reports.
Assist with identification, development,
cost estimation, and implementation of energy/water projects and initiatives.
Examine client equipment, facilities, and
operations, such as wind tunnels and other industrial facilities, and provide
consultation on opportunities for improving energy/water efficiency or reducing
Review and draft revisions to official energy/water
policy documents, metric reports, project documentation, presentations, and
Review project specifications and designs
to ensure compliance with applicable energy/water conservation regulations.
Develop, implement, and lead energy and water
conservation outreach and training efforts for contract/client personnel, such
as Energy Action Month.
Assist with client’s Energy Efficiency
Team, including facilitating quarterly meetings, developing agendas/presentations,
and recording meeting minutes.
Provide support to other areas of the
contract as required (e.g. facility multi-media audits), as well as support to
other HSG customers and contracts when requested.
Requirements and Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental
Science, Engineering, or related fields.
experience in calculating, interpreting, managing, and analyzing utility data
(e.g., electricity, steam, water, natural gas).
experience in performing energy/water audits on buildings and/or industrial
Certified Energy Manager in Training
(EMIT) or ability to become certified
within the first six months of employment.
technical writing skills and computer literacy, particularly with spreadsheets
and databases, and demonstrated communication skills
to gain and maintain clearance to work on a Federal government facility.
driver’s license required.
to pass a background check and drug screen.
using energy/water metering, monitoring and analysis software/tools.
be a self-starting, multi-tasker with the ability to work independently with
minimal supervision and as part of a dynamic team.
of HVAC, lighting, and industrial plant equipment (e.g., compressors, cooling
with ISO 50001, Energy Management Standard.
HSG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.