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The employment opportunities shown here have been submitted by our members and or corporate sponsors. They are considered to be positions related to energy conservation and environmental management. Click on the logos to learn more.


At this time the following organizations have open positions 

  

                                   
                               

           

                         

                                            


                        

                                                                                                                                                                                  

                             

    


Facilities Energy Coordinator – Children’s Wisconsin

At Children’s Wisconsin, we believe kids deserve the best.

Children’s is a nationally recognized health system dedicated solely to the health and well-being of children. We provide primary care, specialty care, urgent care, emergency care, community health services, foster and adoption services, child and family counseling, child advocacy services and family resource centers. Our reputation draws patients and families from around the country.

We are currently seeking a full-time Facilities Energy Coordinator to develop and implement an Energy Management Program for Children’s Wisconsin. The Facilities Energy Coordinator will identify and validate anticipated energy projects and savings. The position will be instrumental in helping develop a system wide energy policy, energy goals, operating procedures, and baseline, benchmarking, evaluation and monitoring procedures.

If you have a passion for finding energy savings, you are who we are looking for! The goal of this role is to decrease the energy budget of the organization by 2-3% within the first year.

Essential Functions:

1. Assists with the development of a communication plan, participates in the sustainability committee and meets with leadership to report progress.

2. Oversees ongoing review of the CHHS facilities to identify cost reducing measures from implementation of energy efficiency initiatives utilizing technical resources provided such as building automation systems (BAS).

3. Participates in professional development opportunities to better understand the relationship between energy management, facilities and its relationship to financial and environmental goals and objectives

4. Develops and implements short and long‐range utility management goals and objectives. Recommends policies and procedures for effective, efficient, and economical facility operations.

5. Develops and manages annual utility budget of approximately $10 million. Monitors changes in the market and energy incentive programs to help have a positive impact on budget and operations.

6. Develops utility management measures related to building heating/cooling, electrical usage, efficient irrigation practices, reclaimed water, and potable water conservation. Coordinates implementation of selected programs with leadership and administration.

7. Studies and analyzes utilization of utilities and conducts energy audits at each facility. Maintains utility consumption records and computerized database for all facilities. Compiles, reviews, and analyzes utility data. Prepares reports relating to utility management operations and program performance. Regularly disseminates utility consumption reports, conservation methods, and results to leadership and administration.

8. Participates in renovation and new construction projects concerning the design of facilities to ensure maximum resource efficiency and sustainable building practices. Ensures that air conditioning conversion projects provide the most cost effective design and construction. Optimizes the use of centralized energy & water control systems.

9. Collaborates with others for implementing measures to reduce utility usage and improve efficiency. Provides staff training and makes regular inspection of facilities for implementation of utility management measures.

10. Promotes renewable energy and water resources whenever appropriate. Identifies opportunities for collaboration with other agencies and community partners to implement and promote energy savings opportunities.

Requirements:


  • Bachelor’s degree required. Degree in science, engineering, business, education or related field is preferred.
  • Five years of combined professional experience in energy &/or utility management, environmental services, engineering or equivalent experience is required. Professional (CEP) may be substituted for two years of the desired professional experience.
  • Prior energy (heating and cooling) or facilities management and collaborative process facilitation experience required.
  • Current certification as either a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) or Certified Energy Procurement (CEP) preferred
  • LEED certification preferred.
  • Knowledgeable about strategies for improving utility usage efficiency and concepts related to high performance facilities.
  • Experience working with computers and building automation computer systems (METASYS required, ALC Preferred).
  • Requires a valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record in order to be insured by Children’s Wisconsin insurance carrier.
  • Full benefits offered, including health, dental, and vision insurances, paid time off, retirement contributions, tuition reimbursement, wellness program, and more.

Please follow this link for a closer look at what it’s like to work at Children’s Wisconsin: https://www.instagram.com/lifeatcw/

Apply online at www.chw.org/careers - search job ID # 33335 or email resumes to Kathryn Conforti at kconforti@chw.org

Thank you!

Kathryn Conforti

Human Resources Recruiter

Children's Wisconsin

Phone: 414-266-2746

Fax: 414-266-6138

www.childrenswi.org




Open Position #1
Air Policy Analyst – Advanced

The Lake Michigan Air Directors Consortium (LADCO) is seeking an advanced-level Air Policy Analyst to assist the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in Madison, Wisconsin.

Position Summary:

This position is responsible for evaluating and implementing Clean Air Act (CAA) rules, policies and programs and supports the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Air Management Program by assessing policy-relevant information related to energy generation, air pollution control programs, and greenhouse gas emissions. This includes working with other policy and technical staff and management to strategize, develop, and implement solutions to help the state respond to federal requirements related to the planning requirements of the CAA, especially, but not limited to, those related to energy and stationary sources of air emissions. This position will also analyze, develop, and implement regulatory plans, programs, rules and policies related to the control of air emissions.

This position will support the development of statewide emissions inventories for greenhouse gases and related climate change work, among other activities.

The position will work with the U.S. EPA and other external stakeholders such as industry, utilities, environmental organizations, and the Air Management Study Group on activities related to this position.

The ideal applicant is comfortable working in a dynamic policy making environment, is capable and motivated to understand complex regulations, is detailed oriented and well organized, can manage flexible work assignments, enjoys challenges, and has exceptional written and verbal communication skills.

Compensation:

Starting pay is between $23.85 - $35.70 an hour, based on the candidate’s qualifications and experience.

A more complete description of positional responsibilities and application instructions may be found here.

Open Position #2

Air Policy Analyst – Advanced

The Lake Michigan Air Directors Consortium (LADCO) is seeking an advanced-level Air Policy Analyst to assist the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in Madison, Wisconsin.

Position Summary:

This position is responsible for evaluating and implementing Clean Air Act (CAA) rules, policies and programs and supports the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Air Management Program by assessing policy-relevant information related to energy generation, air pollution control programs, and greenhouse gas emissions. This includes working with other policy and technical staff and management to strategize, develop, and implement solutions to help the state respond to federal requirements related to the planning requirements of the CAA, especially, but not limited to, those related to energy and stationary sources of air emissions. This position will also analyze, develop, and implement regulatory plans, programs, rules and policies related to the control of air emissions. This position will support the development of state wide emissions inventories for greenhouse gases and related climate change work, among other activities.

The position will work with the U.S. EPA and other external stakeholders such as industry, utilities, environmental organizations, and the Air Management Study Group on activities related to this position. The ideal applicant is comfortable working in a dynamic policy making environment, is capable and motivated to understand complex regulations, is detailed oriented and well organized, can manage flexible work assignments, enjoys challenges, and has exceptional written and verbal communication skills.

Compensation:

Starting pay is between $23.85 - $35.70 an hour, based on the candidate’s qualifications and experience.


A more complete description of positional responsibilities and application instructions may be found here.





POSITION/TITLE: Facilities Mechanical Systems Engineer

COMPANY PROFILE:  Mercury Marine is the World Leading Marine Engine Manufacturer.  Mercury Marine headquarters is located in Fond du Lac, WI.


JOB DESCRIPTION:  Mercury Marine is seeking a highly motivated, self-directed, self-starter, to function as a Facilities Mechanical Systems Engineer for our Fond du Lac, WI campus.  This individual will be responsible to work with engineers, managers, operations, research & development and maintenance to design, develop and maintain campus building mechanical infrastructure systems and industrial process systems.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Engineering of office and large industrial mechanical support infrastructure including; HVAC, boiler, chiller, point source capture, natural gas, compressed air, water and sanitary systems.

Conceptual engineering, engineering design and analyses to support Project Engineers and Management on capital expenditure projects for large industrial systems including casting, finishing, machining, paint systems, engine and drive product assembly and testing.

Support Facilities operations through activities such as, building expansions, process improvements, utility, environmental, safety and sustainability system upgrades, machine and system relocations and new equipment installations.

Facility energy management including usage analysis, risk identification, ROI calculations, utility incentives and systems operation.

Support corporate sustainability initiatives including; water and energy reduction; promoting best practices in energy management, action planning to support sustainability strategies, act as a liaison with suppliers, utility companies and government agencies on energy initiatives.

Manage or assist capital expenditure projects from conception or design, to purchase, fabrication, construction, installation, commissioning and control.  Complete planning and scheduling for relocation and refurbishment of equipment and machinery.

Responsible for technical support including, engineering designs, project planning, cost estimates, justification, construction, fabrication or installation support.  Provide leadership to internal and external multidisciplinary teams to ensure designs, design processes and design standards are compatible.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  • BSME from an accredited engineering school
  • 5 - 7 years’ experience
  • Proficiency with ACAD Architect
  • Proficiency in Microsoft applications: Word, Excel, Project and Power Point
  • Strong Mechanical Background & Interpersonal Skills
  • Project Management experience
  • Positive solution oriented
  • Excellent writing and communication skills with ability to effectively interface across multiple levels of the organization
  • Lean Six Sigma certification is a plus
  • Ability to Work Independently and With Multidisciplinary Teams
  • Knowledge of federal, state and local codes pertinent to facilities planning, design and construction
  • Knowledge of IBC, ASHRAE, ANSI & ASME Piping Codes & Standards
  • Certified Energy Manager is a plus
  • Preferred knowledge and understanding of life safety systems and practices
  • Preferred PE license
  • Desirable MS Degree

If you are interested in moving your career forward and becoming part of an organization with vision, you may want to review the opportunities at Slipstream.

Slipstream is a mission-driven, nonprofit inspiring new solutions to big energy challenges and empowering more people to adopt new practices and technologies.

The Mission:

Champion and deliver innovative energy initiatives that produce enduring economic and environmental benefits for all.

 Slipstream  takes climate issues seriously.

They challenge the usual approaches to energy efficiency and push for better energy and climate solutions. In 2019, they:


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     Paving the way for renewables in Wisconsin.                                                     

Arch Electric, Inc.

Job Description: Electrician

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this procedure is to define the authorities, responsibilities, principal duties, reporting relationships, and measures of performance for the role of Electrician.

POSITION DATA

Position Title – Electrician (Journeyman or Master license)

Hourly wages, commensurate on experience/abilities

Fair Labor Standards Act Status – Non-Exempt (Hourly)

Date of Position Opening – July, 2020

FUNCTIONAL ROLE

The role of the Electrician is to ensure that the Electrical & Solar teams provide consistent, high-quality,cost-effective, and timely deliverables and products to our customers. The Electrician oversees, guides,and manages the work of contractors, vendors, suppliers, and employees. Electricians will mentor electrical apprentices and PV installers. This role will work in conjunction with the Internal and Field Project Managers to develop accurate costing methods for Solar projects, in order to maintain and enhance company operating and financial goals.

REQUIREMENTS & PRINCIPAL DUTIES

* Strong customer service, Positive attitude, Highly motivated, Superior problem-solving skills Proven ability to work in a team environment. Strong written and verbal communication skills

* Assemble, install, test, and maintain electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus,and fixtures, using hand tools, and power tools.

* Diagnose malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, using test equipment and hand tools, to locate the cause of a breakdown and correct the problem.

* Inspect electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment or repair, and to ensure compliance with codes.

* Plan layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures based on job specifications and local codes.

* Test electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using testing devices such as ohmmeters, voltmeters, and oscilloscopes, to ensure compatibility and safety of system.

* Manage all job closeout procedures to include inspections, job write ups, and credit returns of unused job materials

NABCEP-certified preferred


    REPORTING RELATIONSHIP

    The Electrician will take primary direction from Internal & Field Project Managers.

    AUTHORITY

    Authority will be determined as job skills and requirements are assessed.

    STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE

    The job performance of the Electrician will be determined by Project Managers as well as a companywide peer review.

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

    I understand the above Job Description. I recognize that management retains the right to change this document at any time to keep it representative of this functional position.

    Apply Here





    Arch Electric, Inc.
    Job Description: O&M Technician



    INTRODUCTION
    The purpose of this procedure is to define the authorities, responsibilities, principal duties, reporting relationships, and measures of performance for the role of Operations & Maintenance Technician.

    POSITION DATA
    Position Title – O&M Technician
    Hourly wages, comensurate on experience/abilities
    Fair Labor Standards Act Status – Non-Exempt (Hourly)
    Date of Position Opening – July, 2020

    FUNCTIONAL ROLE
    The O&M Service Technician will be directly responsible for responding to service calls and performing
    O&M services to include but not limited to annual system checks, troubleshooting, preventative and
    reactive maintenance. Position will also be responsible for system commissioning’s and for completing
    appropriate documentation for each site/location serviced.

    REQUIREMENTS & PRINCIPAL DUTIES

    • Must be able to react and remedy production related issues as they arise in the field
    • Commission PV Systems, including but not limited to; insulation testing, I‐V curve testing,
    thermal imagery, torque tests and performance evaluations
    • Troubleshoot PV system performance issues and locate & isolate ground faults
    • Perform OEM testing, troubleshooting, repairs and upgrades/revision to a broad rand of
    equipment in the renewable industry
    • Ability to read plan sets and perform take off for ordering materials
    • Perform solar system inspections and detail findings
    • Perform shade analysis and quality audits and solar production verification
    • Perform consumption meter installations
    • Ability to answer customer questions pertaining to system turn on/off after solar has been
    installed
    • Monitor customer production using multiple tools and websites; Sun Power, SMS, Sunny
    Portal, Locus, etc.
    • Assist customers with trouble shooting down monitors while onsite as needed
    • Educate and answer questions for new and existing customers on how solar PV systems
    perform and operate
    • Assist with equipment warranty and vendor RMA processes for customers
    • When necessary, assist with handling incoming service calls along with timely case follow-up
    in a manner which “wows” the customer with positive energy, proficiency and professionalism
    which ultimately instills confidence that our customer’s service problems will be resolved.
    • Meet obligations for Operations & Maintenance contracts, invoicing, and Project Management
    of Service contracts
    • Build and install tilt racking, flush mount racking as needed
    • Troubleshoot and repair ground faults, down strings, down inverters, down internet monitors,
    and bad panels
    • Perform service work, document equipment including serial numbers, and perform inspections
    on systems that SVSS did not originally install
    • Provide feedback to sales/design/install for best practice improvement
    • Meet utilities onsite to perform system turn on (commissioning) as needed
    • Install and configure monitoring equipment after commissioning and train homeowners on how
    to use.
    • Educate and answer questions for new and existing customers on how solar PV systems
    perform and operate
    • Track, update and close service requests within a customer relationship management (CRM)
    system
    • Assist with equipment warranty and vendor RMA process for customers
    • Perform system additions up to six (6) panels
    • Perform uninstallations/reinstallations of solar systems
    • Assemble, install, test and maintain electrical wiring using hand tools and power tools
    • Install adders such as nest, TL plugs, etc.
    • Swap out and install replacement inverters and/or solar panels
    • Drive and operate a company vehicle, must be accepted by company auto insurance

    QUALIFICATIONS
    • Valid Driver’s license
    • Overtime and overnight travel may be required
    • Highly detailed individual who enjoys problem solving
    • Excellent communication skills and customer follow‐up
    • Positive attitude and appetite to learn & to think out of the box
    • Ability to quickly adjust to change in a fasted paced environment
    • Must be highly organized & have the ability to multi‐task, set priorities, and mange own
    schedule
    • Strong understanding of solar PV design, installation, and troubleshooting
    • General understanding off electricity
    • Able to read and understand electrical and structural plans
    • Excellent team working skills – ability to foster a positive team environment through
    collaborative decision making
    • Standard MS applications such as CRM, especially MS Excel for use in analyzing system
    information and performance trends, and web-based monitoring solutions.

    EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
    • High School Diploma
    • Experience working with electricity and grid inter‐tie components
    • Experience using IR cameras, and DMM’s
    • Networking background or basic understanding including installing and configuring routers, Wi‐
    Fi adapters, repeaters, hardwiring, Ethernet adapters, and web monitoring equipment

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

    • The majority of work is performed outside in hot and cold temperatures, and variable types of
    weather
    conditions, with various types of tools and equipment being utilized.
    • Some work is performed in an office setting or inside a customer’s home.
    • Some work is performed in a warehouse setting with various noise and temperature levels with
    moving equipment
    • Physical activities required of this job include, but are not limited to, climbing, crouching,
    grasping, hearing, kneeling, lifting, pulling, pushing, reaching, repetitive motions, stand,
    stooping, talking walking
    • May need to push, pull or lift up to 60lbs at a time

    AUTHORITY
    Authority will be determined as job skills and requirements are assessed.

    STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE
    The job performance of the O&M Technician will be determined by Managers as well as a companywide peer review.

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
    I understand the above Job Description. I recognize that management retains the right to change this document at any time to keep it representative of this functional position.

    Apply Here


                         

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    Public Service Commission

    Now Hiring: Executive Assistant to Commissioner Tyler Huebner at the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

    About the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin: The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin’s mission is to oversee and facilitate the efficient and fair provision of quality utility services in Wisconsin including electricity, natural gas, steam, and water. The PSC ensures safe, reliable, affordable, and environmentally responsible utility services and equitable access to telecommunications and broadband services.

    Job Description: This individual will serve as the chief policy advisor to new Commissioner Tyler Huebner. The individual will, depending on their strengths and experiences:

    • Review all current dockets and provide high-quality legal, technical, and/or policy analysis to advise Commissioner Huebner on the decisions to be made.
    • Meet and build internal relationships with PSC staff to ensure the Commissioner fully understands the issues and procedures at hand and that the Commissioner’s decisions can be implemented effectively and efficiently by the affected parties and the PSC staff.
    • Meet and build relationships with parties and external stakeholders spanning regulated utilities, telecommunications providers, industry stakeholders, and external stakeholders, groups, and associations representing various customer, rural, environmental, clean energy, and/or economic development interests.
    • Draft or coordinate the drafting of reports, briefs, remarks and other documents for Commissioner Huebner.
    • Serve as Commissioner Huebner’s spokesperson when he cannot attend events. Serve as Commissioner’s designee on working groups and committees.
    • Participate in and coordinate, where necessary, meetings, working groups, and stakeholder groups on matters of importance to the Commission or Commissioner Huebner’s objectives.
    • Work with other state agencies and the Governor’s office on behalf of Commissioner Huebner.
    • Help develop comprehensive short and long-term strategy for Commissioner Huebner’s tenure on the Commission in support of the PSC’s purpose and mission.

    Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

    • Knowledge in fields such as energy policy, water policy, engineering, and/or finance
    • Experience or familiarity with legislative and administrative bodies
    • Ability to work with a variety of professionals, including accountants, engineers, economists, and attorneys
    • Skilled in verbal, written, and interpersonal communications

    Compensation and Benefits:Salary will be determined based on qualifications and experience. In this role you will be a State of Wisconsin employee entitled to the full benefits offered by the State including vacation, holiday, sick leave, health, dental, vision, life, income continuation, retirement, and other benefits.

    To Apply: If you are interested in applying for this role, please email your cover letter, resume, and three references to Joshua Cole, Joshua.Cole@wisconsin.gov, by Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 5:00pm



     Faith Technologies, an acclaimed energy expert and national leader in electrical planning, engineering, design and installation.  Follow this link to learn more about their career opportunities.


     



    Director of Climate Solutions

    by Jon Drewsen | Mar 27, 2020 | Employment

    Clean Wisconsin seeks an experienced professional to fill a new position as our Director of Climate Solutions.

    This is an exciting opportunity to be a leader in Wisconsin’s efforts to tackle climate change by advocating for policies and actions with a variety of different decision-makers on climate change issues, including government entities, utilities, business and industry, other advocates and grassroots and grasstops supporters. The ideal candidate will have advocacy experience, an intimate understanding of the best strategies to advance climate solutions for Wisconsin, and established relationships with decision-makers. Responsibilities include advocacy before the Legislature and administrative bodies, communications with the media and general public, collaboration with staff colleagues and coalition partners, and program planning and implementation. This is a full-time position based at Clean Wisconsin’s Madison office and reports to the Vice President of Programs and Government Relations.

    The Climate Solutions Director will act as Clean Wisconsin’s lead on climate advocacy; management of the program’s budget, and climate strategy development and implementation including legislative, advocacy, organizing, communication and litigation strategies. In addition, the Climate Solutions Director will assist in development and cultivation of fundraising efforts that support Clean Wisconsin’s climate change work.
     
    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Lead efforts to design and implement major climate policy campaigns involving outreach, media, policy analysis, lobbying the legislature and administrative bodies, public relations and coalition-building
    • Take advantage of opportunities to advance climate solutions within the current political, economic, and technological context
    • Develop and implement strategic climate plans for the organization while balancing resource availability and identifying fundraising opportunities
    • Establish relationships with diverse stakeholders including businesses, utilities, government leaders, academic community, grass roots activists, legislators, community leaders and other climate advocacy groups
    • Preparing and delivering oral and written comments and testimony to a variety of regulatory and legislative audiences
    • Collaborate with the development team on grant proposals and reports, fundraising appeals; participate in donor and foundation meetings; assist with other fundraising events as needed
    • Represent the organization in workgroups, conferences, trainings, workshops, speaking engagements, fundraising events and other venues
    • Effectively communicate with the media and public audiences about climate change solutions, including production of advocacy communication materials to support the climate program

     
    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
    • Demonstrated knowledge and experience with regulatory, technological, legal, and voluntary to advance climate solutions
    • Familiarity with climate change solutions at the federal, local and state levels
    • Advocacy experience, and familiarity with grassroots and grasstops organizing
    • Ability to work effectively and present a professional image to multiple and diverse constituencies, e.g. other environmental and public health organizations, media, staff, and the public
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills with an emphasis on distilling complex issues in simple and persuasive terms in order to motivate others toward common goals
    • Passionate and motivated self-starter who can work independently to identify opportunities and effectively problem solve in order to advance solutions while operating within a close-knit team
    • Vision for success, including growing a climate movement in Wisconsin
    • Ability to multi-task and prioritize work requirements; ability to manage competing priorities while maintaining a long-term vision
    • Experience incorporating the perspectives of multiple communities in the consideration of impacts and outcomes of desired policy and regulatory solutions
    • Demonstrated abilities in management, strategic planning, budgeting, and grant writing
    • Self-motivated, flexible and creative with strong interpersonal skills
    • Willingness to travel as needed, and ability to occasionally work additional hours

     
    REQUIRED EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE
    • At least five years professional experience, with a demonstrated record of excellence and accomplishments
    • At least 1 year of advocacy experience

    Relocation expense reimbursement will be considered if needed. Salary commensurate with experience.

    TO APPLY
    Please submit a cover letter and resume by April 17, 2020 to hiring@cleanwisconsin.org. Be sure to include the subject line “Clean Wisconsin Climate Solutions Director.”

    Depending on the situation with COVID-19 at the time, we may hold interviews via video conference. We will do all we can to accommodate technology needs. Thank you for your flexibility

    Clean Wisconsin is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion in our work and in our hiring practices. We value a team with different perspectives, educational backgrounds, and life experiences, and we prioritize diversity within our team. We encourage people from underrepresented backgrounds to apply. Please also see our statement on diversity, equity and inclusion at: https://www.cleanwisconsin.org/about-us/diversity/




    Kinergetics LLC,
    1050 Regent Street, Suite L6
    Madison, Wisconsin 53715
     www.kinergetics.net,

    (608) 442-1127

    ENGINEERING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY (FULL-TIME)

    Kinergetics LLC (Madison, WI):   A small but growing energy and process engineering firm located downtown is seeking a full-time experienced chemical or mechanical engineer with 2 to 4 years of experience in energy efficiency to support its growing business. Candidate should be motivated to learn, a self-starter and be willing to travel when it is safe to do so; this is not a purely office-based position. Mechanical and thermal system design experience is a plus.

    Kinergetics’ work is highly variable and includes evaluation of facilities to identify energy efficiency and cost reduction projects, design and engineering related predominantly to industrial facilities. R&D activities are addressed as needed to develop new ideas and support business diversification efforts. Some general renewable energy (solar power, solar thermal, wind, etc.) will also be encountered, but it is not our focus.

    The successful candidate will find a challenging but friendly work environment, an understanding that there is life beyond work, and benefits after 1 year. Travel is required and can be up to 50 percent at times (monthly), though this is not the norm. Below is a more detailed summary of what to expect:

    1. Bachelor’s degree in mechanical or chemical engineering is required, with interest in industrial process energy efficiency and design. Fundamental understanding of and ability to apply mass and energy balances is assumed.

    2. Must be self-motivated, willing, and eager to learn new things at a relatively rapid pace.

    3. Clear communication and report writing skills will be required but can be developed to some degree on the job.

    4. Computer skills: Predominantly Microsoft Office but familiarity with EES and AutoCAD software (Plant 3D/P&ID) are a plus.

    5. Mechanical and process design experience is a plus.

    6. The ability to work in uncomfortable (hot, cold, wet, etc.) environments, with physical exertion is required at times.

    7. Mix of field to office work is about 30/70 but can vary to one end or the other.

    8. Must be willing to travel overnight, primarily in the Midwest, but possibly elsewhere in the Continental United States or abroad.

    9. Recent graduates as well as those with up to three years of experience encouraged.

    Please contact Tom Tucker at 608.957.6118 or at mailto:ttucker@kinergetics.net with any questions. Kinergetics LLC Energy Planning, Design & Optimization




    Candidates 

    WAEE, has a very active membership. Professionals, with demonstrated interests and skills in the field energy management, technology and conservation. The members listed here are seeking new and interesting opportunities. You may learn more and contact them through their LinkedIn pages.



    At this time the following individuals are interested in career opportunities.

     Ivica John Bilandzija 

    Certified Energy Manager, CEM®
    Part time employment preferred
    Greater Milwaukee Area

    John's LinkedIn Profile and Resume





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