Under direction of the Director of Energy Strategies and Solutions develops and implements programs, plans and projects for an on-going building energy scoring initiative. Performs a variety of professional, technical and administrative duties to support utility energy efficiency, environmental, customer service and customer education programs.
Develop short, medium, and long term plans for a building energy scoring initiative. Develop, test and apply the tools, structure and process for collecting and disseminating energy performance scores for different building types. Organize a team of City employees for program design and implementation. Lead the ongoing stakeholder engagement process and development of public policy to support the initiative. Conduct active research regarding best practices. Write management policies and plans for resource conservation and environmental concerns. Design, implement and manage local environmental conservation projects. Conduct public outreach and prepare promotional materials regarding energy conservation and building management. Respond to citizen, employee, and City Council inquiries, complaints and service requests. May solicit, prepare, and administer grants. Manage consulting contracts with environmental and engineering firms. May assist with preparation and maintenance of program area's operating budgets. Coordinate, lead, and serve on task forces and teams related to resource conservation. Provide reports and recommendations to the management and Council on energy resource management. Provide technical expertise and research on energy conservation and building management issues. Collect and analyze data and survey results and associated reports. Maintain databases and other records in support of the day to day operations. May assist in activities related to energy issues at the local, state or federal level. May assist in energy audits for city departments and facilities. May coordinate regulatory compliance program; represents the City on environmental management projects with other government agencies. May oversee the activities of contract staff, where applicable.
A combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor's degree in environmental science, planning, architecture, engineering, construction management, or related field from an accredited college or university; three to five years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Additional requirements: Possession of valid Driver’s License.
Internal Number: 20190307
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Longmont Power & Communications (LPC) is the City’s not-for-profit electric and internet services utility. Our goal is to deliver outstanding electric and internet service experiences to our customer-owners while providing exceptional value and benefit to our community. For more than 100 years, we have provided innovative service that has kept electric rates low while improving reliability and convenience for Longmont businesses and citizens.
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