Position: Energy Consultant -
Project Engineer (part time)
PowerTherm is interested in receiving
applications for the part-time position of Project Engineer -
Energy Consultant. (Full time candidates also considered)
This is an excellent career
opportunity for an engineer to join an expanding SME in the rapidly
developing energy sector. The successful applicant will be encouraged to
become a Chartered Engineer. They will receive formal training to become a
Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified Measurement and Verification
Professional (CMVP). 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
energy and condition surveys, preparation of the associated detailed
reports including the quantification of the possible savings.
and supervising the implementation of energy saving measures.
procuring, and organising energy efficient repair, retrofit and
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,
analyses of clients energy use.
surveys to identify main energy consumers and factors driving energy use.
building services plant and equipment including HVAC, chillers, boilers,
air compressors, pumps and the associated controls (BEMS).
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.
of energy saving opportunities, quantifying the likely savings and
and providing cost-benefit analysis of energy retrofit projects, such as
HVAC upgrade projects.
existing installation and prepare detailed design of new installation,
description of system control, PSDS.
of tender documentation and associated administration in accordance with
public procurement requirements.
of contractor works, project commissioning, system testing, resolution of
snags, completion of required documentation.
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 over 3 years of relevant practical experience.
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 hard working.
undertaking energy audits 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.
welcome applications from candidates holding the relevant qualifications
and experience.This also includes mature applicants, those seeking flexible
working hours to fit in with family commitments, as well as retirees
seeking a second career.
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.
Position - Energy
Engineer - Internship (6 months)
intern will gain practical experience in the field of energy
engineering while working within a consultancy environment.
intern will receive formal/informal training in the following areas;
of energy reduction measures on our client's sites as well as aiding senior
engineers in managing their implementation.
will be involved in compiling reports, and manipulating data to the
required format for presentation. An understanding of the principles of how
energy savings can be achieved will also be provided.
may be opportunities to gain experience in the maintenance management side
of the business.
completion the intern will have attained skills in energy auditing
and effective report writing.
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
in Microsoft Word and Excel is essential.
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
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 company.
is a 6 months internship, which is being filled through the Jobsbridge programme.
shall be provided by a member of the Engineering department.
allowance of 50euro per week will be paid by the state in addition to the
intern's current Social Welfare payments.
candidate must fulfil the eligibility criteria and must be getting certain
social welfare payments or signing for credits for at least 3 months.