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Energy Engineering and Evaluation Manager

Northeast, USA
Energy Engineering and Evaluation Manager (Northeast / New England Region)

Company Overview
Our client is a growing energy services, distributed energy resources, and evaluation consulting firm that works with utilities, state agencies, and energy service companies. We perform a wide variety of work, including heat pump pilot program design and operation, utility program evaluation, and solar PV third-party inspections.  We perform complex energy metering, energy auditing, and data analysis.  Our clients rely on us to provide innovative approaches to solve difficult challenges. We have grown 40% per year for the last five years.

Position Summary

The Energy Engineering and Evaluation Manager has a leadership role in our growing energy services company.  They take a client facing lead on projects, working with the owners to develop strategies for organizing and selling work, and supervising and training engineering staff.  They have the resources to succeed, including excellent and enthusiastic staff, over $1M in metering equipment, a flexible work environment, and a deep bench of clients. The manager’s work portfolio includes designing project approaches, performing audits and metering studies, and writing proposals and technical reports.  This is an excellent opportunity for someone from a large established firm to apply their knowledge and have the freedom to create new lines of business and build a growing company.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Lead utility program evaluation studies
  • Build and manage client relationships
  • Lead teams to install metering equipment and study residential, multi-family, and commercial environments, capturing equipment operating times, flows, energy consumption, temperatures, etc.
  • Use metering data to determine equipment performance and to evaluate utility efficiency programs
  • Supervise engineering staff
  • Build strong relationships with partners, including contractors, subcontractors, and equipment manufacturers
  • Travel one-third of the time, including day trips, primarily in New England and NYS


  • Bachelor’s degree in mechanical, electrical, or energy engineering

  • Highly Desired
    • 5 years’ experience in an energy or mechanical engineering role
    • Experience working on energy conserving or fossil fuel reducing equipment (e.g., heat pumps, solar PV)
    • Experience working with utility-sponsored programs in an evaluation or implementation role
  • Preferred
    • Experience working with or managing staff working with data analysis tools, e.g., Python, MATLAB, R
    • Knowledge of statistics
    • Experience managing 3-5 staff

Certifications and Licenses
  • Highly Desired
    • Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) accreditations (e.g., CEM, CEA, CMVP)
    • Engineer in Training (EIT)
  • Preferred
    • Professional Engineer (PE)

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • In-depth knowledge of utility services, particularly evaluation, measurement and verification (EM&V)
  • In-depth knowledge of energy efficiency equipment and methodologies
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully communicate across all levels of clients’ organizations
  • Demonstrated ability to develop Excel-based energy modeling of mechanical and electrical systems
  • Technical report and proposal writing
  • Demonstrated ability to shift priorities quickly and effectively; a history of being open to change
  • Hard working, able to make timely and effective decisions
  • History of meeting or exceeding customer expectations and developing positive customer relationships
  • Demonstrated ability to hold others accountable to high quality work; proven ability to establish and monitor quality measures as well as take corrective actions


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