Facility Systems Engineer

Posted By Joshua Nelson on 10/10/2013 3:09:30 PM   |  Last Edited By NAAEE Staff on 10/21/2013 12:16:34 PM
Required Qualifications

- Must have a Bachelor of Science Degree (or higher level degree) in Engineering or Engineering Technology. - Must have a working knowledge of the US EPA, DOE (Energy Star), ASHRAE, NEC, NFPA Codes, Uniform Mechanical Code, and the Uniform Building Code. Must have a strong working knowledge of operation and control of: a. Circulated chilled water systems b. Refrigeration systems c. Hot water boiler/environmental heating systems d. Distributed digital electronic control systems e. Pneumatic control systems f. Pumps g. Electric Motors h. Piping Systems (valves, valve actuators, flange/connection systems, insulation) i. Building automation systems j. Electrical distribution systems (switchgear, transformer, power supplies, emergency generators k. Lighting systems. - Must have a strong working knowledge of building automation systems. - Must be knowledgeable of Energy Management programs, procedures, and practices. - Must have a understanding of utility rate schedules. - Must have strong organizational and communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications

- Bachelor or Master Degree of Science in Engineering or Engineering Technology (ABET accredited). - Five (5) years of experience in Energy Management; - Five (5) years of experience in MEP, including HVAC, and BAS systems; - Experience in a maintenance and/or operations role at a campus facility, hospital or research institution, or commercial facilities management organization; - Two (2) years of experience with distributive digital control systems. Preferred Licenses/Certifications: - Professional Registration in Engineering/Certified Energy Manager


Responsible for energy management, oversight of all MEP systems, electrical power systems, and BAS systems, and development and implementation of strategic life cycle management plans for all facility utility systems at all campuses. 1. Responsible for energy management at all campuses. Provides oversight and direction for the operation of College mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and building automation systems at all campuses. 2. Responsible for day to day operation of BAS systems. Supervises Building System Specialist. 3. Provide technical direction to the College in the field of HVAC and BAS assuring consistent and technically sound procedures, processes and practices are used in procuring, operating and maintaining related systems. 4. Develops and maintains operational and maintenance procedures for the HVAC and BAS related systems. 5. Maintain professional liaison with Director of Safety and Director of Construction to provide optimum interaction between Construction, Safety and Maintenance. 6. Manages the water, sewer, electrical and natural gas billings monthly, providing analysis, reporting and reconciliation services. 7. Performs/oversees energy reviews and audits as appropriate, oversees/develops energy improvement plans, projects and priorities. 8. Provides direct support to consultants and/or directly leads projects involving energy optimization. 9. Meet with faculty and staff at the campuses to resolve concerns. 10. Coordinate with craft supervisors and campus personnel for scheduled outages involving MEP systems. 11. Provide MEP Project support by reviewing project specifications and contract documents, attending and/or conducting project pre-proposal meetings, resolving construction permitting issues with local building officials relating to HVAC and BAS projects, and visiting construction worksites periodically in order to assure standards are being met for construction of new HVAC, BAS, or related systems. 12. Conducts detailed project reviews for HVAC systems design and specifications, and provides written summary of recommendations. 13. Conducts investigations determining causes(s) of HVAC and related MEP systems failure, provides written reports of the investigation, and develops specification for subsequent repair. 14. Develop and present periodic reports to the College leadership and Board of Trustees on energy systems projects, performance and consumption. 15. Develops lifecycle assessments of all HVAC and related MEP systems for capital project planning, periodic preventive maintenance and other strategic maintenance initiatives. 16. Develop recommendations for seminars and training courses as may be required to improve MEP system performance and maintain craft licenses. 17. Responds to major systems failures in times of emergency or natural disaster to protect the College's assets; takes immediate corrective action.

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