Co-op students will assist the Energy Team in identifying additional energy efficiency in capital projects and existing facilities by:
- Participating in retro-commissioning or building tours to identify energy/water saving opportunities
- Liaising with utility incentive programs on project opportunities
- Assisting project teams or Facilities with the utility incentive application process
- Tracking utility incentives
- Reviewing project documents and attending project meetings
Co-op students will assist Energy Program/project managers with various activities including:
- Energy data mining for prior trends and future opportunities
- Research developing energy policy or program areas
- Research emerging energy efficiency technologies
- Organize data on energy related equipment and maintenance for computerized maintenance management system (CMMS)
- Field visits
Prior experience with utility efficiency programs or MassSave programs preferred, but not necessary. Prior energy, LEED or Facilities experience is also desirable.
Third year students or above are preferred. Relevant areas of study are: electrical/mechanical/facilities engineering, environmental studies, facilities management, business or related fields.
Students will have the opportunity to contribute actively to energy efficiency project development as well as energy projects currently under construction. With Energy Team guidance, they will take ownership of a portion of the utility incentive program and improve upon or redesign the existing tracking system.
It is our hope to have re-occurring co-op positions, so co-ops may assist in training future co-ops.
How to Apply:
Candidates should submit cover letter and resume to David Wong, Personnel Analyst and Recruiter.
This posting was last updated on 5/11/18 and is subject to change.
DCAMM is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.