Energy Efficiency Advisor

Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro - St. John's, NL (il y a 30+ jours)

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Opportunities, Growth, Job Satisfaction...Join the Hydro Team.

Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro is focused on delivering safe, reliable service to power our customers. We are a company of people who work hard behind the scenes for our customers, the people and businesses of this province. We pride ourselves on being strong and steady, tried and true; while innovating in our approaches to our business. We value our employees, we take care of each other, we recognize excellence, we respect individuality and we work hard to create an inclusive and welcoming workplace. People who work at Hydro feel like they're part of a community and we give back to the communities where we live and work to make them stronger.

We're looking for passionate and performance focused people - people who want to make a difference for our customers and who share our values.

Energy Efficiency Advisor
Competition Number: NLH-20-009
Location: St. John's

Reporting to the Energy Efficiency Manager, you will play a key role in ensuring technical assumptions of Conservation and Demand Management (CDM) programs are validated and partners and networks are fully engaged and informed. You will investigate potential technologies for programs and outreach initiatives, conduct utility economic testing and work with stakeholders on education and program engagement. You will also provide support for the commercial, industrial and internal efficiency efforts.

Job Responsibilities:
Lead deliverer of Hydro's energy efficiency programs for commercial customers;
Create and maintain a network of key stakeholders involved in the design and delivery of customer focused CDM including trade allies, supply chain members and community groups;
Deliver education and outreach efforts for trade allies, commercial customers and other key audiences through presentations, trade show displays and other methods;
Provide technical support for efficiency projects and initiatives outside the CDM portfolio, including internal efficiency efforts and partner driven projects;
Support Customer Services in addressing efficiency inquiries from customers as necessary;
Support internal efficiency program initiatives, including providing technical expertise, research functions and other support as needed;
Compile reports and summary documents on technologies, economic analysis and program concepts as part of program review and continued improvement processes as required;
Maintain energy savings spreadsheets and databases and provide monthly/quarterly/annual updates as required;
Other duties as required.

Job Requirements:
Graduation from a technical program and/or an undergraduate degree in a related discipline. A Bachelor of Technology would be an asset;
Minimum of 5 years' experience with building systems and controls, data analysis, spreadsheets and data modelling;
Experience with lighting, HVAC and building envelope technologies;
Excellent interpersonal skills and communication skills are essential;
Strong working knowledge of computers and corporate applications (ie: Lotus Notes, Microsoft Office Suite, JDE etc.)
Ability to compile data and present it to a lay audience;
Ability to work with a team;
Demonstrated ability to problem solve;
Experience with energy efficiency technologies and a general interest in energy efficient products;
Knowledge of "building as a system" concept.

CLOSING DATE: February 26, 2020

Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro manages our province's electricity system. We are a company of people who work hard behind the scenes because we know our customers are counting on us. Through our generation, transmission and distribution operations, we're committed to meeting the needs of our customers and providing residents, businesses and communities across the province with safe, reliable power. For more information, visit www.nlhydro.com.

Our company values diversity and inclusion in the workplace and encourages applications from diverse candidates, including women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.

Submit your application online. Please quote the competition number with your application. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those considered for an interview will be contacted.