Senior Manager-Central Plant Engineering GroupNortheast Region PreferredIdeal candidate with experience with consulting engineering and central plant design build Our client a leader in central plant bulds in the U.S., utilizes design-build and performance-based contracting vehicles to deliver energy and maintenance savings and significant infrastructure upgrades to existing facilities provides build, own, operate and maintain services for central heating, cooling and power-generation systems. Senior Manager-Central Plant Engineering GroupThis senior manager position will provide technical support for business development pursuits for new Central Boiler and Chiller Plants, CHP Projects and Microgrid Systems.The Central Plant Engineering Group is responsible for analyzing customer's energy requirements using both in-house and third-party software tools and conceptualizing the optimal solution for each unique situation.The Group will manage outside engineering and permitting consultants to develop scopes-of-work for firm fixed pricing and air permit applications; negotiate major equipment purchase agreements and coordinate agreements with various utility services.Quality control review of savings analysis, bid package work scopes, major equipment purchase agreements and subcontracts prepared by others during project development and for existing in-house projects in construction.The position must interface and work flawlessly with other internal departments, including sales, business development, energy conservation engineering, construction, commissioning, measurement & verification and Central Plant O&M.Position will refine existing Central Plant Engineering methods and processes, and provide management, oversight and mentoring of a team of mechanical and electrical engineers. Minimum Education: BS in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering Minimum Experience: 20-yearsPE Preferred Associated topics: cellular, electrical engineer, electrician, lighting, plc, power, schema, stationary engineer, wind, wiring
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