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Technical Product Manager

In this role, you will be part of a product team that is managing all parts of our Nsight Energy Intensity Platform. The team includes a tech lead, developers, UI/UX, and QA. You will be a major contributor to the team’s patterns of planning, designing, coding, reviewing, testing, and continuously deploying. You will collaborate with other team members from Product, DevOps, Services, and Support to ensure that the product you are building is high quality and creates value for our customers. This is a hybrid role and the right candidate will be local to Raleigh.

Expectations to fulfill our values:

You help define the product strategy and roadmap for internal teams and our customers

Manage the product throughout its lifecycle from concept to implementation, QA, release, support, to end-of-life

Discover market problems and opportunities by interviewing users and researching market verticals

Write clear product requirements and acceptance criteria that help developers and QA

Assess, establish, and maintain partnerships for integrations to multiple 3rd party systems that are sources of data for our platform

Be a recognized expert about our product, the market, relevant technology, and the competition

Enable the go to market team with training, examples of customer value, persona research, and demos

Enable our customer delivery and support engineers to more effectively set up new customers and serve them at scale

Evangelize the product internally and externally

Have a constructive voice that adds to our collaborative culture

Roll up your sleeves to help the team address unexpected challenges along the way

Use your curiosity to capture input from end users and internal subject matter experts about customer challenges and how users can get more value from our software


5+ years of experience in a Product Management role

MS/BS degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent
Senior Energy Engineer
District of Columbia Housing Authority
The Senior Energy Engineer will be responsible for developing and delivering energy efficiency and decarbonization solutions for DCHA’s housing portfolio. This position will play a key role in achieving DCHA’s Building Energy Performance Standard (BEPS) program compliance strategy and overseeing the implementation of energy efficiency grants and funding. In specific, the Senior Energy Engineer will identify, develop, and execute smart energy and energy efficiency projects by developing and implementing site-specific scopes of work, managing consultant and agency regulatory relationships, and ensuring project success and return on investment.
City of Fort Lauderdale
The Sustainability Division at the City of Fort Lauderdale seeks a Sustainability Analyst. This is a great opportunity to really get involved with the sustainability efforts in our local community!
The Sustainability Analyst supports programs to advance the City’s sustainability and net-zero efforts.

Come join our team to help support attainment of these sustainability goals for energy use, water consumption, and greenhouse gas emissions, as well as other projects related to the City’s sustainability and climate resilience programs through outreach, project support, planning, research, data collection, and reporting.
Provides outreach to internal/external stakeholders on sustainability and resilience programs
Works with employees to reduce energy, water and natural resource consumption; collaborates with internal and external partners
Manages project and program timelines; monitors information; prepares reports on progress of plan
Supports inclusion of sustainability and climate resilience in the City and County Comprehensive Plans and other City, local and regional climate plans.
Supports energy and water efficiency projects; tracks project performance
Acts as City point of contact for participation and collaboration with several external organizations
Studies and makes recommendations for programmatic improvements and revisions
Performs data collection, entry, management, analysis, tracking, and research
Prepares diagnostic tools such as spreadsheets, charts, and tables; evaluates strategies for achieving sustainability related metrics and goals; develops recommendations and observations; prepares descriptive information and reports
Develops and monitors data tracking tools; identifies data trends, anomalies and opportunities for improvement
Develops detailed work plans; completes deliverables and related materials for performance analysis projects

Energy Consultant/Engineer I or II
PEER Consultants, Inc.
The Energy Consultant will identify, advocate for and advise on energy efficiency improvements in new construction and existing industrial, commercial and multi-family buildings and facilities. The consultant may participate in the design of solar, wind, water systems. Thie consultant is competent in conventional subject matter, receiving instructions on complex features, and assistance on unusual problems. The work is generally independent or collaborative in nature and may include working with entry level scientists, engineers or technicians.
Knowledge, Education, & Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering or a related field from an accredited college or university and up to 4 years of relevant experience is required (Master of Science counts as two years of experience).

Ability to successfully work on multiple, concurrent projects is required.

Being and organized, detail oriented and a team player is required.

Energy Engineer
Rethinking Power Management
Our Energy Engineers focus on mechanical system redesign in existing buildings considering efficiency, electrification, ventilation flows and decarbonization. You will also be or become familiar with building envelope performance, construction methodologies, and decarbonization retrofits.

For Our Clients
*Perform energy and decarbonization audits & assessments
*Provide conceptual designs & drawings
*Develop innovative approaches to design challenges
*Perform energy modeling; WUFI, Carrier HAP and/or WAP-approved software preferred
*Perform load analyses & monitoring/evaluation studies
*Provide owner’s agent services throughout design, bidding, installation and commissioning project phases
*Manage subcontractors
*Facilitate cross-functional relationships with clients, outside vendors & incentive program providers
*Create reports that clearly & concisely convey findings and recommendations.

*Collaborate with RPM team to combine traditional thinking with creative approaches to building & system renovation challenges
*Stay current on new technologies and procedures
*Devise and manage projects and budgets including subcontracted services
*Expand relationships with vendors, installers, utility partners and others
*Support team learning
*Expertise in 50% or more of the following:
***Building automation & control systems
***Electrification requirements & systems
***HVAC systems, all fuel types
***Power quality & reliability improvements
***Utility efficiency programs
***Solar, geothermal, lighting & other systems
***State building codes, primarily MA & RI

*BS in engineering/related technical field
*Minimum of 5 yrs experience
*PE or CEM preferred
*Ability to think outside the box
*Ability to work both independently & as part of a team
*Ability to travel locally as needed

This is a hybrid role located in MA or RI.
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Senior Energy Engineer - Combustion
The Chemours Company
Buildings Technical Specialist
Buildings are responsible for over a third of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions in buildings, or building decarbonization, is essential for achieving emission reduction goals, managing housing and utility costs, and creating healthy facilities with improved indoor air quality.
The Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) seeks qualified candidates for a technical specialist to change the status quo of building energy efficiency in the Southeast by planning and implementing clean energy programs and projects. This position will utilize and grow expertise and resources, engage with stakeholders to understand their distinct needs and perspectives, and execute processes and special projects to leverage available resources for SEEA initiatives.
This technical specialist will report to the director of technology and market solutions to create and deploy initiatives including, but not limited to, building retrofit research and market development, building energy codes and energy efficiency programs, and workforce development efforts while contributing to SEEA’s cross-functional work. This technical specialist will build partnerships with state and local governments, nonprofits, academia, businesses, and utilities to support SEEA’s work across 12 states and five U.S. territories.
Grants Manager
The Grant Manager is crucial in managing and overseeing the organization’s federal grants and fee-for-service work. The Grants Manager is also critical in securing and managing funding and directly contributes to SEEA’s sustainability and growth. The position oversees the management of the entire grants process, including partnering with team leads/SMEs on proposal drafting, ensuring compliance with grant requirements, and maintaining relationships with funders. Additionally, the role oversees grant budgets, tracks expenditures, and reports to the head of finance, the President, internal team leads/SMEs, and identified key stakeholders. Strong communication, writing, budgeting, financial, and organizational skills are crucial for success in this role. The ideal candidate will ensure compliance with all relevant regulations and guidelines, maximize the utilization of grant funds, and create transparency around grants with team leads/SMEs and Executive staff to achieve the organization’s mission, vision, and goals. This position will report to the Head of Finance.
Advanced Buildings and Communities - Technical Research Lead
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
The EPRI Advanced Buildings and Communities team is seeking a technical and strategic leader in the field of Building Sciences/ Smart Buildings/ Connected Communities. Advanced Buildings and Communities are at the intersection of policy, market, and technology advancements – all of which play a pivotal role scaling up building decarbonization. We are looking for advanced technical candidates with a combination of technical skills and building science and energy industry curiosity.

The position requires an understanding of the interplay between building efficiency, electrification, demand response, grid flexibility, codes and standards, and virtual power plants. The candidate will work with EPRI staff, utility members, and other stakeholders to formulate innovative research concepts and develop them into new projects and programs, and to lead and partake in their successful completion. The candidate will be instrumental in defining the strategic research path to support utility-based Customer-Centric programs and broader implementation for building electrification and decarbonization. In 2021, over 700 cities and 50 countries had some form of decarbonization targets. Strong candidates will have curiosity of “how” these communities are meeting their targets and the enthusiasm to share this knowledge with the industry.

The candidate will conduct research that may include analytic or modeling work, laboratory evaluation, and field demonstrations. The researcher will work collaboratively across disciplines and other research groups and will often support other projects. The position involves expansion of business through new projects with utilities and government. Some travel will be required.
Electrical Engineer- Decarbonization Consulting
As an electrical engineer supporting decarbonization efforts at NORESCO , will play a critical role informing strategic decisions and developing recommendations that align with our client’s electrification and decarbonization goals. Your involvement in a wide-range of efficiency, resilience, and decarbonization projects will span from initial feasibility assessment through project implementation, and inform and support client decision-making throughout the project lifecycle.

This role will provide opportunities to serve as a technical resource while interacting closely with clients and members of the NORESCO business development, operations, and engineering teams to identify, evaluate, and deliver decarbonization strategies and projects.

Please refer to the link for a full job description.
ENERGY STAR Commercial Buildings - Multiple Positions
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
The ENERGY STAR Commercial Buildings program at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has multiple openings for entry- to mid-level professionals in a variety of roles, including:

Policy Analyst
Public Sector Support
Data Analyst
Building Engineering

All positions will be advertised in USAJobs, but we'd like to invite anyone who might be interested in one of these roles to introduce yourself to us. Note that all positions are based in Washington, DC and require at least one day per week in the office, so full-time remote work is not possible.
Sr. Mgr., Energy Solutions & Electrification
YoYou will play a critical role in shaping the approach to HVAC/R design in Walmart’s facilities. This position requires a strategic thinker with a strong foundation in HVAC/R design and construction, storytelling and project management skills, and the ability to lead cross-functional teams in engineering and production. This position will be an individual contributor.u will play a critical role in shaping the approach to HVAC/R design in Walmart’s facilities. This position requires a strategic thinker with a strong foundation in HVAC/R design and construction, storytelling and project management skills, and the ability to lead cross-functional teams in engineering and production. This position will be an individual contributor.contingency plans; and demonstrating adnsure business needs are being met by evaluating the ongoing effectiveness of current plans, programs, and initiatives; consulting with business partners, managers, co-workers, or other key stakeholders
Campaign Director, Building Electrification Campaign
Sierra Club
The Campaign Director for the Building Electrification Campaign leads the Sierra Club’s work to achieve the equitable transition from fossil fuels to clean energy in our homes and buildings. The Campaign Director works alongside a team of Directors as part of Sierra Club’s Energy Campaigns to address climate disruption, transform the energy economy and protect communities from pollution. This is a senior leadership position in the Sierra Club, with responsibility to set strategy, approve local plans, and raise and deploy resources to achieve the organization’s top goals. The Campaign Director will foster collaboration across their team and across energy campaigns, working with Sierra Club’s multi-disciplinary teams to build strategic campaigns. The ideal candidate will be capable of managing internal and external opportunities and challenges. The Campaign Director will do all of the above in a way that ensures strategies and tactics leverage opportunities to advance justice (centered on racial justice), and belonging while building long-term power.
Deputy Campaign Director, Building Electrification Campaign
Sierra Club
The Deputy Director for the Building Electrification Campaign will be responsible for developing and implementing Building Electrification Campaign goals to achieve the equitable electrification of homes and buildings in collaboration and partnership with Sierra Club’s multi-disciplinary teams. The Deputy Director will ensure the strategies and tactics leverage opportunities to advance justice (centered on racial justice), equity, and inclusion. The Deputy Director will develop and support state and federal strategies that engage Sierra Club’s members, supporters, and partners to build power toward a shared vision of climate and environmental justice.
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