Ameresco

  • Energy Engineer

    Job Locations UK-London
    Job ID
    2018-1397
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    Fueled by a dedicated workforce, AMERESCO is the premier sustainability partner providing energy efficiency and renewable technology solutions. From conservation to renewable energy generation, Ameresco employees have developed and implemented over $5 Billion in energy savings solutions that help our customers utilise clean and sustainable resources.

     

    Responsibilities

    Specific Duties

    The Engineer will be responsible for specific duties as follows:

    • Bid Development:
      • Identify Energy Conservation Measures (ECM) at potential customer sites
      • Carry out energy audits and surveys
      • Prepare capital cost and energy savings models for each ECM
      • Prepare the technical write up for inclusion in bid submission
      • Present technical solutions at bid meetings 
    • Feasibility studies (High Level Appraisals):
      • Assessment of existing system configuration and operation at client sites.
      • Compilation and analysis of data
      • Conceptual design of energy related projects
      • Preparation of final report and presentation 
    • Scheme Design (Front End Design/Investment Grade Audits)
      • Further definition of conceptual design from feasibility stage including on-site assessments as necessary
      • Finalise scheme selection
      • Develop heat and mass balance for the selected scheme
      • Prepare full equipment list with performance/sizing/selection for key energy equipment, all major pipework lines, pumps (including pressure capabilities), heat exchangers including definition of control philosophy
      • Prepare P & ID, layout and scheme drawings
      • Produce an outline work package for contractor to provide pricing and assess accordingly
      • Develop savings calculations and pricing to +/- 10% for project capital approval
    • Detailed Design and Commissioning
      • Assist in finalisation of project design, P & ID, equipment selection and layout
      • Provide technical support to the project implementation team throughout the implementation period
      • HAZOP and technical review meetings as required
      • Attend site to support commissioning and performance trials
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    General Duties as follows:

    • To update the company work monitoring systems with accurate details
    • Assist in improving operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service
    • Sales and business development
    • General office duties

    Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications:

    Engineering degree preferably in chemical, mechanical or electrical

    Achieved or working towards chartered engineer status

    Minimum of 4 years’ experience of energy related or field engineer work

    Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and project scheduling tools

     

    Personal Attributes:

    The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, confident and have a flexible approach to work. They will be customer focussed, passionate about energy efficiency and renewable energy.  They should be able to demonstrate good organisational skills including the ability to multi-task, prioritise work under pressure and complete within deadlines. The job requires the willingness to travel across UK and Europe, while based in Central London.

    Interested individuals are encouraged to respond directly to AMERESCO: please submit your resume directly via: https://global-ameresco.icims.com/jobs for immediate and confidential consideration. 

     

    An award-winning industry leader, AMERESCO challenges the brightest, most talented and creative individuals in the industry by providing an environment that embraces initiative, diversity, and achievement along with comprehensive rewards, including company pension and incentive plans.

     

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