The position requires thorough understanding of mechanical and electrical engineering systems/design as applied to building science in a campus setting. Must have working knowledge of current methods of energy conservation and environmental impact. Familiarity with building electrical and HVAC systems, building energy minimization/conservation methods with measurement and verification. Should possess a working knowledge of available alternative methods of energy generation. The successful candidate will have the following skills: Required: Bachelor's degree in science or engineering (engineering discipline strongly preferred); Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification or have the ability to obtain such certification within 1 year; 5+ years of overall experience and one or more year's progressive project/task management experience in energy management or related field. One or more years direct experience in energy management or energy auditing of facilities, preferably with industrial facility management and auditing experience; In-depth knowledge and experience of industry-standard project management practices, and the proven ability to tailor these processes to fit specific customer needs and situations in a dynamic, highly-visible project environment. Thorough knowledge of HVAC, lighting, building envelope, metering, water conservation, heating/chiller plant processes, renewable energy sources, and a high level of interest in improving energy efficiency/ water conservation; Experience with energy modeling tools a plus. Strongly Preferred: Project Management Professional (PMP) credential is strongly preferred; Basic to intermediate proficiency with AUTOCAD strongly desired.