Energy Modeling / Energy Enginnering Associate - Dallas / Ft Worth

TexEnergy Solutions

TexEnergy was founded in 2001 to concentrate on building science, energy analysis, environmental stewardship, and indoor air quality. One of the nation’s leading providers of ENERGY STAR for Homes to volume and custom builders, TexEnergy has helped its clients navigate the ever more stringent world of energy code and compliance to above code programs. We understand how to apply the core rules to non-standard situations.  TexEnergy Solutions has been the recipient of the 2011 and 2006 EPA ENERGY STAR – “Partner of the Year” award.

Job Description:

Provide energy analysis, modeling and engineering design   support for Energy Star, National Green Building Standards and LEED single family   and multi-family projects.  Other   duties include providing code compliant documentation to builders, analysis   information gathered in the field with computer generated models, HVAC MJ8   load calculations and other energy associated duties.
 
  Responsibilities:

  • Energy modeling that meets Energy Star standards.
  • Code compliance modeling that meets state or city local codes.
  • Provide energy performance characteristics in residential buildings.
  • Analyze the energy performance of new construction and existing facilities to determine cost effective energy measures and efficiency for compliance with LEED.
  • Support customers, project managers and field technicians in compliance with different building programs (Energy Star, Green Building, and LEED).
  • Perform Manual J8 load calculations for new and existing single family homes.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Location:

Irving, Texas

Company Industry:

Sustainable   Building & Energy Efficiency Consulting

Job Role:

Energy Modeler Team Member

Joining Date:

Immediate Opening

Employment Status:

Full-time

Employment Type:

Employee

Monthly Salary     Range:

Dependent upon experience

Manages Others:

No

Number of Vacancies:

1-2

Will Train Applicant:

For the right candidate training is available.

 

Qualifications:

  •   Knowledge of energy modeling (i.e. DOE-2, Energy Star and ASHRAE Standard 90.1)
  •   Proficient computer skills (Outlook,   Excel, and Access).
  •   Basic understanding of energy/building software (AutoCAD, REM Rate, IC3, Wrightsoft)
  •   Ability to work in a collaborative environment with excellent time management skills. 
  •   Capable of working under pressure while maintaining high quality standards. 
  •   Ability to quickly learn new skills and provide effective information acquisition.
  •   Must be able to work independently and with a team.
  •   Must have good oral and written communication skills.
  •   Capable of learning new software through independent study.

Degree:

NA

Years of Experience:

2-5 years preferred but not mandatory.

Please send resume to the following:

Peggy Scribner -  peggy.scribner@tempoair.com

Troy Maharg - mahargt@texenergy.org

 

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