Energy Officer/Engineer

Energy Officer/Engineer

morgan mckinley | Dublin, IE

Posted 13 days ago

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DescriptionTeam Horizon is seeking a Energy Technical Services Officer for a role in Dublin.The main function is to progress Energy and carbon reduction through energy management teams and behavioural change programmes. Support, promote and actively participate in sustainable energy, decarbonisation, water and transport initiatives to create a more sustainable, low carbon and efficient facilities. Why you should apply:You enjoy working in a culture of learning and collaboration and making a positive impact.Our client has developed a stand-out culture of innovation, inclusion and development, and consistently features as a great place to work.Generous rates and a 24 month contract. What you will be doing:Monitoring and reporting on the energy consumption in healthcare premises.Support existing and Initiate and implement new Energy Awareness Management Teams in locations as identified – Existing and New.Build on Best Practise in existing areas.Establish Energy Management Teams in locations identified including Hospital Manager /Finance Manager /Maintenance Manager/ Estates Representative.Work closely with and support Hospital Green Teams and Energy Teams.Provide/make available metered energy and water usage data / comparators and KPI’s.Progress Energy Audits.Compile Action Plans for each location.Run Staff “User Education” and “Energy Awareness Programmes”.Build on and develop the work already undertaken by the OPW through its ‘Optimising Power @ Work’ programme in the regions.Progress Display Energy Certs.Produce ongoing Register of Opportunities and provide project development support for a pipeline of retrofit projects as will be identified by local Green and Energy Teams.Utilise nationally agreed Register of Opportunity benefit assessment tools to identify which projects should be progressed.Progress Funding Applications - capital works (major and minor) programmes. (and, where appropriate, via an EPC).Manage the specification, design, procurement and completion of energy minor capital works.Undertake a review of the MIC for all supply points.The Technical Services Officer, Senior Assistant (Energy Officer) will:Work closely with and provide advice and support to The National Estates Energy Unit, by: Being an active team member of the Regional Energy Bureau.Working in a collaborative manner across all Regional Energy Bureau.Working closely with and reporting, on a strategic level, to the National Capital & Estates Energy Unit Estates Manager.Provide monthly activity, progress and works expenditure reports to the Local Estates Manager and to the National Energy Unit Estates manager.Input to the formation of the Annual Energy Minor works programme utilising nationally agreed Register of Opportunity benefit assessment tools. What you need to apply:Hold a Level 8 (or higher) Quality & Qualifications Ireland (QQI) major academic award in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Sustainable Energy Engineering accredited by the relevantHave Membership of the relevant professional association: Engineers Ireland.Have had at least five years’ satisfactory experience after attaining the qualification in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering, including adequate experience in the design, project management and construction of buildings or in the installation or maintenance of the mechanical, electrical and heating services of such buildingsPossess the requisite knowledge and ability (including a high standard of suitability and of management ability) to enter on the discharge.Each candidate for and any person holding the office must be of good character