The Development Engineer identifies and develops large-scale energy services and energy asset projects to that may consist of municipal and state governments, colleges and universities, public school districts, healthcare, commercial, and industrial customer projects. Provides technical and financial analysis of energy conservation and renewable energy measures for projects under consideration. Evaluates existing conditions and conceptualizes energy and cost saving opportunities at customer facilities. Participates in the process of securing new customers by building business relationships. Assumes active role in the project development process from Sales qualification through signed contract for implementation. Serves as a liaison with the Sales, Project Management and Operations teams.
Conducts ASHRAE Level I, II and III energy audits and prepares written proposals for potential energy conservation upgrades, including detailed analyses of costs and savings.
Develops preliminary designs and estimates of cost and energy savings for projects involving a variety of energy conservation measures at customer's facilities, by providing technical expertise and implementation recommendations to the customer.
Supports Sales team in developing and presenting proposals and contracts to customers for energy conservation projects.
Implements company project control processes to develop projects in accordance with established cost, schedule, and quality requirements.
Provides periodic reports to leaders on project status and/or performance.
Coordinates project turnover with Project Management.
Assumes leadership and mentoring role when working on projects with less experienced co-workers.
Demonstrates leadership in the area of safety. This requires observing and enforcing safety rules and practices, encouraging safe work behaviors, and promptly correcting conditions and unsafe behaviors, which may lead to accidents.
Physical & Environmental Requirements
Requires substantial time at various projects locations.
Requires frequent (25%) overnight travel to customer facilities, may include auto, air, rail travel.
Move autonomously, walking and standing for long periods, hearing, seeing, reading, and writing.
Work independently and with people, speaking in front of groups and with individuals, customers, management, engineers, subcontractors, manufacturers, and suppliers, etc.
Work both indoors and outdoors, in hot or cold conditions, and around construction project sites.
Technical/Job Skill Qualifications:
The candidate must meet the following minimum qualifications and have demonstrated the following technical or job skills:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college in engineering and/or business-related discipline and 0-2 years of relevant work experience in the evaluation and implementation of energy conservation projects with technical solutions at customer site locations.
Experience in customer presentations, including excellent writing skills.
Effective interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work collaboratively with an entire project team to develop and present proposals, obtain customer buy-in, and help to transition smoothly to implementation.
Proficiency on the use of computer-based applications including Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and project database applications.
Ability to perform load calculations and energy analyses using industry modeling software programs including Carrier Hourly Analysis Program, eQuest, and/or Trane Trace.
Ability to work in a diverse environment (internal/external).
Effective leadership skills.
Must possess valid driver's license.
May be subject to government security investigation
Must meet eligibility requirements for access to government facilities.
Exelon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.
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