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From the East Coast to the West Coast they are hiring ENERGY – ENGINEERING – UTILITY SKILLS & MULTIPLE CONSTRUCTION SKILLS and looking for experience in lieu of specific college degrees or a combination of both.

As one of the largest energy services companies in the U.S., NORESCO utilizes design-build and a variety of performance-based contracting vehicles to deliver energy and maintenance savings and significant infrastructure upgrades to existing facilities. These upgrades can be funded through cost savings that the projects generate, without the need for up-front capital expenditures by the customer.
Since 1984, NORESCO has partnered with their customers to create high performance environments in thousands of facilities by bringing together the engineering and construction expertise to design, implement and commission customized solutions. The company has the expertise to fund the improvements through utility and operating savings and to develop the financing option best suited for each customer. Cost savings and sustainable long-term performance are guaranteed by NORESCO, whose parent company is a Fortune 50 global leader.
Noresco has 42 jobs currently available, some of the jobs include:

Field Engineer – As a Field Engineer, you’ll be involved with the following:
Support configuration of EMCS/BAS trend data for remote data collection and analysis.
Supervise and perform on-site electrical, temperature, combustion efficiency, liquid flow and other measurements on HVAC, lighting, solar PV, and process equipment.
Support engineers and specialists in troubleshooting a diagnosis of HVAC system performance issues.
Install and remove data loggers and other monitoring equipment.
Coordinate measurement activities with customers.
Provide on the job training related to field measurements and electrical safety to M&V specialists and energy engineers.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Manager of Performance Engineering.

Sr. Energy Engineer – As a Senior Energy Engineer, you’ll be involved in the following:
Provide technical services and management for sustainable design assistance projects;
Manage detailed energy modeling, evaluation of complicated building systems, and life-cycle-cost analysis;
Provide clear and well-written memorandums, and reports to various clients (building owners, architects, engineers) regarding project specific energy performance and modeling results;
Conduct quality assurance reviews to ensure engineering quality and accurate technical content of project-related documents;
Meet / contact clients as appropriate to discuss energy analysis methods, results and recommendations.

Senior Commissioning Engineer – As a Senior Commissioning Engineer, you’ll be involved in the following:
Review specifications and design documentation to ensure the systems can be properly commissioned and maintained.
Review project submittals for consistency with the design intent, basis of design and the owner’s project requirements.
Develop the commissioning verification sheets and test procedures.
Provide field verification through witnessing and testing to ensure project quality and adherence to design.
Provide technical, communication and leadership skills necessary to effectively present findings and corrective actions to the client.
Manage multiple projects simultaneously, often under aggressive deadlines.



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