The Treasury & Resources Department is looking for an Energy Conservation Officer

November 8th, 2010 by States of Guernsey Treasury and Resources Department

The States of Guernsey Treasury & Resources Department is looking to employ an Energy Conservation Officer who will be responsible for establishing and maintaining regular energy data collection processes for the States of Guernsey and will collate, analyse and report on developing energy & utility trends in order to establish robust measures for benchmarking and comparison in Guernsey.

The Energy Conservation Officer will:

  • Provide strategic advice to States of Guernsey Departments in all matters relating to Building Services and Energy Conservation with responsibility for the promotion of Energy efficient installations and techniques on a wide variety of projects.
  • Undertake feasibility studies and produce reports, cost estimates and specifications in respect of energy use on a wide range of projects, such that the States may reduce energy consumption and increase efficiency.
  • Work closely with States Departments in reviewing their building services requirements and produce strategies for the procurement and delivery of energy saving initiatives for small to medium sized projects.
  • Develop energy efficient programmes for building services installations.
  • Be responsible for the maintenance, documentation and promotion of an Energy Code for States projects and installations in order to increase energy efficiency.
  • Ensure that construction projects deliver the required solutions required to acceptable standards of quality and within the specified constraints for energy usage and efficiency.
  • Ensure that projects are carried out in line with Energy Codes, align with corporate property and procurement policies and meet environmental and energy standards.
  • Carry out energy surveys of existing installations, research, evaluate and prepare Energy Audits and make recommendations for best value proposals to reduce energy consumption.
  • Work closely with other managers and staff within the States property function to direct property professionals and external consultants, managing the quality and appropriateness of solutions. Raise expectations of all stakeholders to improve energy efficiency and reduce consumption.
  • Ensure that installations and schemes proposed are compliant with extant legislation, British Standards, codes of practice and working agreements with particular consideration for energy usage.

The ideal candidate will have experience in the design of Building Services construction techniques, be a member of a relevant Professional Institution, and have degree level qualifications in a relevant discipline.

Contact Bob O’Brien, Design Services Manager on 717193.  The closing date to apply for this role is 12 November 2010.

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