Pulp & Paper Energy Efficiency Specialist - Telecommuting
CleanTech Partners Inc.
July 13, 2018
Telecommuting, United States
Based on Experience and Expert
Full Time - Experienced
4 Year Degree
This candidate will be responsible for serving as a Wisconsin Focus on Energy Program Energy Advisor, and for deploying industrial energy efficiency cost-effective Best Practices in the pulp and paper industry in Wisconsin.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Represent Focus on Energy Program Goals, Incentives, and Support Services to the Pulp and Paper Industry.
Develop understanding and application of the Wisconsin Focus on Energy Program and work closely with employees and other Energy Advisors and provide assistance as needed.
Arrange and actively participate in meetings with customers, vendors, utilities, etc. Schedule regular site interface, to deepen customer relationships, understand customer needs, apply Focus incentives and emphasize energy improvement opportunities.
Utilize the Focus Spectrum Database for incentive management, customer queries, and project updates. Quantify, summarize, and/or report program energy savings using SPECTRUM database
Prepare Focus on Energy Incentive Workbooks. Assist the customer with Focus on Energy Prescriptive Applications.
Coordinate Pulp and Paper Technical Resources.
Develop recommendations from plant walkthroughs into projects (total installed costs;
energy savings; dollar savings; simple paybacks; etc.) so that industry leaders can make informed decisions about viable projects.
Assist customers in the deployment New Best Practices and Emerging Technologies.
Work with Subject Matters Experts on our team to help implement “Claim only Projects”.
Identify customers who need Focus on Energy Financing for deployment of Best Practices.
Manage timely implementation of Best Practices and monitor the progress.
Document projects, and how Focus on Energy made a difference, to ensure high attribution rat
Apply industrial field knowledge, energy calculations, and process-related hands-on experience to assignments
Work with all stakeholders to accomplish the goal of “Reducing Wisconsin Energy”
Actively participate in Corporate Energy Committee Meetings.
Educate industry management about the Focus on Energy programs.
Attend and present Focus on Energy Success stories at conferences in the US where industrial energy saving technologies are presented.
Perform other duties as assigned by President.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.Demonstrated ability to design, organize, plan, prioritize, implement, manage, and evaluate project work plans with deadlines for multiple assignments at different stages of completion.
(1) Ability to perform quality work accurately, in a timely manner, consistent with instructions.
(2) Effective oral and written communication skills, proficiency with Microsoft Office products and internet navigation skills.
(3) Familiarity with technology development and energy efficiency in fields of knowledge.
(4) Ability to promote positive working relationships between staff and clients and work effectively in a team environment.
(5) Strong customer relations skills in industrial plant settings.
(6) Ability to recognize and handle confidential information appropriately.
(7) Understand and have the ability to clearly communicate the CTP mission.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Industrial energy efficiency experience.
Process experience in the pulp and paper industry.
A Bachelors Degree, preferably in Engineering or a technical field; project management skills.
AEE Energy Management Certification is expected, within 2-3 years of employment.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical demands of the position include (1) ability to sit at a work station for extended periods of time; (2) ability to stand, reach, and bend throughout the day; (3) ability to perform tasks requiring repetitive motion; (4) ability to climb stairs and/or equipment access ladders in multi-story manufacturing facilities; (5) ability to work occasionally in extreme indoor heat and humidity, such as in a pulp/paper mill or foundry.
USE OF TOOLS:
Standard office equipment including personal computer, printer, telephone, fax machine, and copier use is required.
The ability to use data recording, FLIR and flow measurement equipment would be helpful.
Performing and Review of Standard Energy calculations.
FTE PERCENT: Full-Time employment Position
TRAVEL & WORK REQUIREMENTS:
Travel to industrial work locations throughout Wisconsin with occasional overnight stays.
Maintain regular attendance to service clients and CTP staff during business hours.