Under general direction, the Energy Program Manager performs program planning, administration and evaluation for County owned and leased equipment and physical facilities. Moreover, the Energy Program Manager is responsible for preparing policy and guidelines, coordinating and resolving conflicts related to the development, implementation, and evaluation of energy conservation and management programs.
Either: 1. Three years of experience in energy engineering management
a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, energy resources management, architecture or closely related field
Or: 2. Registration as a Professional Engineer.
Or: 3. Four years of experience in energy engineering project management
a Bachelor’s degree in economics, planning, business or closely related field.
Note: Additional work experience can be substituted for the degree on a year for year basis.