Energy Engineer – Intern
The intern will gain practical experience
in the field of energy engineering while working within a consultancy
The intern will receive formal/informal training
in the following areas;
Analysis of energy consumption and costs
Site energy audits, including identifying Energy Conservation
Calculating savings from ECMs
Measurement and verification of savings
Technical report writing
The successful intern will need to be able
to work well both in a team and on their own. Attention to detail is a key
characteristic, and the candidate must be willing to work within a small, quiet,
consultancy environment. Should the intern prove that they have the right
skills, attitude and aptitude for the job it is intended that this
internship will become a full time role.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel is
A NFQ level 8 qualification in an
energy/building services/ mechanical or electrical engineering subject is
essential. (A level 9 qualification
in one of these areas is an advantage.)
How to Apply for the Internship
Interested candidates can forward their CV
to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title -Energy Engineer Intern –
‘your name’. Please also include in the email why you wish to join the
This is a 9 months internship, which is
being filled through the Jobsbridge programme.
Mentoring shall be provided by a member of
the Engineering department.
An allowance of €50 per week will be paid
by the state in addition to the intern’s current Social Welfare
The candidate must fulfil the eligibility
criteria and must be getting certain social welfare payments or signing for
credits for at least 3 months.
Position: Energy Consultant – Project Engineer
PowerTherm Solutions, established in
2002, provides energy and maintenance management services to our clients,
in order to reduce their energy use and the associated operation cost. Our
extensive client base spans the commercial, industrial and public sectors.
We offer a range of services which combine to provide a complete energy and
maintenance management solution:
and condition surveys – we evaluate energy consumption and costs, highlight
opportunities for efficiency improvements and quantify the resultant
savings. We also identify specific issues and recommendations in relation
to best practice maintenance requirements.
monitoring and reporting – we analyse trends in energy use and provide
regular reports outlining progress and performance. We have developed a
web-based energy monitoring service, and are proficient with all BEMS and
and maintenance management – we monitor and manage our client’s day to day
operations, energy use, and building services maintenance, to ensure
reliability is maximised, costs are reduced and optimal plant performance,
operation obligations and statutory requirements are achieved.
retrofit project management - we identify energy saving retrofit projects,
design highly efficient solutions, specify all requirements, manage procurement,
provide project oversight, ensure project delivery, and undertake grant
administration (if applicable). We offer energy performance guarantees for
our project work.
performance contract advice and procurement – we provide strategic and practical
advice to organisations interested in developing Energy Performance
Contracts (EPCs) or engaging Energy Services Companies (ESCOs). We assist
clients in going through the procurement process.
and Verification (M&V) – we compose M&V plans and publish post
project M&V reports, in accordance with the International Performance
Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP).
energy advice – we provide advice in relation to development of energy
strategies and plans; we analyse project performance, prepare case studies
and manage energy procurement.
also provide Display Energy Certificates (DECs) and non-domestic Building
Energy Ratings (ndBERs).
PowerTherm is interested in receiving
applications for the full- or part-time position of Project Engineer -
This is an excellent career
opportunity for an engineer to join an expanding SME in the rapidly
developing energy sector.
The position will be based in
Blackrock, Co. Dublin, but will include regular travel to client sites and
may incorporate a specific portion of time on site each week.
to the Managing Director the successful candidate will have responsibility
Undertaking energy and condition surveys,
preparation of the associated detailed reports including the quantification
of the possible savings.
Planning and supervising the implementation of
energy saving measures.
Designing, procuring, and organising energy
efficient repair, retrofit and installation projects.
Reviewing energy reports, identifying issues,
proposing solutions and communicating these to the client.
On a day
to day level the successful candidate will undertake a range of activities,
Desk-based analyses of clients’ energy use.
Site surveys to identify main energy consumers
and factors driving energy use.
Assessing building services plant and equipment
including HVAC, chillers, boilers, air compressors, pumps and the
associated controls (BEMS).
Measurement of energy consumption by direct
instrumentation use e.g. ammeter, power recorder, flue gas analyser, flow
meter, manometer to quantify energy use and plant and/or system efficiency.
Identification of energy saving opportunities,
quantifying the likely savings and associated cost-benefits.
Highlighting and providing cost-benefit
analysis of energy retrofit projects, such as HVAC upgrade projects.
Reviewing existing installation and prepare
detailed design of new installation, description of system control, PSDS.
Preparation of tender documentation and
associated administration in accordance with public procurement
Supervision of contractor works, project
commissioning, system testing, resolution of snags, completion of required
Measurement and verification of energy savings.
will offer significant potential for the employee to broaden their
skill-set and experience.
Skills and Expertise
must hold mechanical or building services engineering qualification (Level
7 or 8), with 3-5 years of relevant practical experience. The applicant
must have good written and verbal communication skills, and strong numeracy
skills. They must have a solid understanding of best practice building services.
They must be self-motivated, well-organised, flexible, conscientious and
undertaking energy surveys would also be an advantage, but is not
essential, as on the job training will be provided.
to travel to clients’ sites, the candidate must have their own means of
should be prepared to work in a small business environment and have an
understanding of the implications of this.
package will be attractive including a performance related bonus, depending
on the candidate’s experience and skill set.
Interested candidates can forward their CV
to email@example.com with the subject title -Energy Consultant &
Project Engineer – ‘your name’. Please also include in the email why you
wish to join the company.