Exceptional opportunity for Energy Project Manager (PM) to manage projects for the Utility Vendor program. Project Manager uses designated vendors to identify simple and quick-payback energy and water efficiency measures at state facilities. PM to provide end-to-end project management for multiple Utility Vendor projects, each under $100,000.
Utility Vendor Program project management:
- Work with Energy Team and sites to identify potential projects and best use of Commonwealth project funds.
- Work with designated utility vendors and recommend projects based on their strengths.
- Ensure utility vendors possess information necessary to perform facility audits.
- Develop project scopes that meet savings requirements and facility operational needs.
- Manage utility vendors through audit and construction phases.
- Review audits for applicability and correctness, ensure that pricing and paybacks align with program requirements.
- Create and process project documents required for projects to enter construction.
- Oversee construction - collect permits prior to construction; provide project monitoring throughout construction to ensure timely project delivery.
- Perform construction field inspections - issue Substantial Completion reports to utility vendors and confirm punch list completion.
- Ensure that client agencies are able to operate and to maintain the new equipment.
- Perform post-construction review with client agency to ensure equipment installed as scoped. Work with vendors to address warranty claims, and field post-installation questions.
- Project financial closeout - collect utility incentives, vendor payment, and complete internal business processes.
Perform other related project management and unit tasks as required.
The Energy & Sustainability Program
This award-winning Energy and Sustainability Group (Energy Team) works to improve sustainability, energy and water efficiency, resilience, and to reduce the environmental footprint of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We provide energy efficiency and sustainability programs to state agencies and their facilities. Programs include comprehensive capital projects focused on energy, water, and resilience improvements. Project formats include design-build, energy retrofits, solar and alternative energy credits, demand response, and operational upgrades including existing building commissioning and savings optimization driven by energy information. The Energy Team offers advisory services to state facilities on LEED, climate change and adaptation, and approaches to renewable energy including power purchase agreements.
- Project Management – highly skilled and experienced, 2+ years.
- Bachelor’s or higher degree in civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering, urban planning, data analysis or energy/environmental policy.
- Demonstrated experience with energy and water saving measure installations.
- Thorough knowledge of planning, energy and water efficiency, resilience, and sustainable building design principles and practices.
- Strong background in building operation, mechanical and electrical systems.
- Experienced with Mass Save program audits, utility incentive programs, and communicating recommendations to owners and installation crews.
- Highly effective and organized - coordinate multiple planning tasks; manage many projects with multiple vendors spread geographically across the Commonwealth, with multiple client agency contacts.
- Ability to accomplish objectives with few established guidelines and with minimal supervision.
License and Certification
· Applications accepted only at this link: https://massanf.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=2000043G
· Interview preference given to applicants who submit both resume and cover letter.
Agency web site: https://www.mass.gov/orgs/division-of-capital-asset-management-and-maintenance