Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $70,000
Maximum: $85,000



Start Date


Application Deadline



1368 Fulton Street
United States


The Director of Facilities Management/Energy Consevation Strategies is responsible for analyzing current energy usage and developing energy management plans in order to provide proper environmental conditions with the cost effective energy utilization; Responsible for the HVAC controls, lighting controls, and energy tracking computer systems in order to achieve this purpose. The Director of Facilities Management/Energy Conservation Strategies is the chief administrator for Facilities Management, which includes Facilities Maintenance, Grounds Services, and Custodial Services and is responsible for the management of BSRC buildings, facilities, and grounds. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

*Ensure that energy management operations are supportive of the instructional goals.

*Ensure compliance with health and life safety, and building codes.

*Direct supervision of Facility Manager and staff.

*Promote a comfortable indoor climate for learning.

*Maintain liaison with Maintenance/Operations departments and staff in order to provide optimum facility comfort while reducing energy consumption levels.

*Employ effective interpersonal skills.

*Recommend sound policies directed toward energy conservation.

*Develop long-range plans for implementing innovations.

*Evaluate HVAC and energy equipment maintenance staff to ensure effectiveness.

*Develop training options and/or improvement plans to ensure the best operations in the area of HVAC and energy equipment maintenance.

*Pursue and aggressive program to reduce costs of energy.

*Assume responsibility for compiling, maintaining, and filing all energy reports, billings, and other documents required.

*Assist with maintaining the activity schedule for all buildings in order to coordinate efficient energy usage.

*Utilize consultants when necessary to identify energy conservation measures.

*Compile and track utility budgets and energy conservation measures cost estimates based upon documented program needs.

*Pursue outside funding sources for equipment retrofits.

*Maintain liaison with equipment suppliers in order to conduct bidding process for equipment upgrades and retrofits.

*Monitor all facilities design and construction activities as relates to energy management.

*Review and recommend maintenance supply and equipment purchases to ensure energy efficient replacements are being specified.

*Implement the policy established by federal and state law regulations, relating to energy conservation.

*Provide regular reports as to the overall effectiveness of the energy management program.

*Applicant should possess a Bachelor's degree in Management, Business Administration, Technology and Construction Management, or related field (Master's degree preferred) and five to seven years of experience in the management of a physical plant or as a facilities manager is required or a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering (Professional Engineer preferred) and five to seven years of experience in management is required. The professional designation of Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional, LEED, and Certified Energy Auditor are preferred. Valid driver's license required.


Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance

Accrued time includes Vacation, Sick, and Personal Days

Paid Holidays

403(b) Plan offerings

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree