Occupational Category (Staff Positions Only): Professional
Hiring Salary: Monthly-Staff
Department: Facilities Business Services
Bachelor's degree in Engineering (Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical or energy), Energy Management, or a related field. Six years of relevant professional experience in energy management and sustainable practices with a large multi-facility environment. A combination of education, experience, and training that would produce the required knowledge, skills and abilities could be considered.
Professional designation of Certified Energy Manager (CEM) or have current EMIT certification with the Association of Energy Engineers, and/or be an Accredited Texas Energy Manager with TEMA.
Nature & Purpose of Position/Usual Duties:
The Campus Energy Manager is responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of a comprehensive energy management plan for the university with cost effective energy measures. The Energy Manager will collaborate with campus to set goals and strategies.
Primary Responsibilities (Staff Positions Only):
Develop, implement and monitor the University's Energy Management Plan and policies to reduce energy consumption. Develops and implements short- and long-range utility management goals and objectives. Responsible for maintaining, monitoring and analyzing energy consumption data and usage patterns. Analyzes data output for trends and/or any deviations for ongoing assessment. Prepares reports relating to utility management operations and performance to include utility consumption reports and conservation methods. Establish energy usage benchmarks and outline energy savings targets and objectives to reduce energy consumption and increase efficiency. Conduct site visits to perform energy audits to optimize utility consumption. Supports initiatives to implement energy conservation opportunities that promote and maintain energy efficiency awareness throughout the university. Responsible for preparing required reports for the University, Texas State University System and State. Provides assistance to facilities planning and construction by reviewing renovation and construction projects for energy impact. Collaborates with Facilities Services for implementing measures to reduce utility usage and improve efficiency. Develop plan for metering of utilities and cost allocation. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 25670
About Sam Houston State University
For more than 140 years, Sam Houston State University (SHSU) has been preparing students for meaningful lives of achievement. Its motto, "The measure of a Life is its Service," echoes across SHSU's eight colleges and beyond campus through student research, creative endeavors, service learning, volunteering and more. SHSU is an inclusive institution whose mission is to provide high quality education, scholarship, and service to student and to regional, state, national and international constituencies.
SHSU offers over 90 bachelor degree programs, over 55 masters and 11 doctoral programs, including the nation’s first PhD in Forensic Science, SHSU offers an exceptional college experience. SHSU is classified as a "Doctoral Research University" by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education. The Chronicle of Higher Education named Sam Houston State University among the nation's best universities to work for in nine consecutive years "Great Colleges to Work For" survey results.
SHSU is a university that thinks big but feels small. With a student population of over 21,500 students, SHSU prides itself with creating a close community. Located in the "piney wood" region of East Texas,... Huntsville is less than an hour's drive north of Houston, which enables the university community to maintain a small town atmosphere with easy access to the nation's fourth largest metropolitan area.
Sam Houston State University is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Plan Employer and Smoke/Drug-Free Workplace.
A member of The Texas State University System