Junior Energy Engineer
Iconergy is a growing performance contracting and design-build engineering firm headquartered in Denver, Colorado. We are a team of experienced energy engineering and design-build professionals who came together to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the built environment. The Junior Energy Engineer position is an entry level position that will assist us in development of design-build and performance contracting projects.
We deliver value to our customers by integrating specialized technical knowledge with outstanding program and project management and delivery. We strive to see the world through our customers’ eyes so that we can advance their agenda in all phases of design and construction.
Iconergy’s Design-Build team maintains a diverse portfolio of exciting retrofit projects. We offer turnkey solutions including performance contracting, C-PACE and other design-build services. Our projects include K-12 schools, recreation centers, higher education, correctional facilities, medical facilities, laboratories, data centers, other state and local government buildings, and commercial real-estate properties.
Iconergy seeks to add a dependable Junior Energy Engineer to our Design-Build Team. The successful candidate will support Iconergy’s senior engineers in project development by gathering data from on-site audits, performing engineering calculations for efficiency and facility improvement measures, and supporting MEP design work.
You will work on retrofit projects that improve facility operations, especially energy and/or water efficiency. Our projects also incorporate renewable energy whenever possible. The projects often address the following systems: HVAC, controls, water fixtures, lighting, ancillary systems and equipment (distributed generation, cooking kitchens, pools, etc.), renewable energy (solar PV, solar thermal, etc.) systems, and metering systems (energy, water, sub-metering, etc.). These projects improve the occupancy conditions inside the facilities while reducing operating and maintenance costs and the use of natural resources.
A day in the life of the successful candidate:
You will serve as support to senior Iconergy engineers, our clients, and our partners. For example, you will:
You will work with a team that encourages and supports you to:
The successful candidate’s background will look something like this:
The ideal candidate will also fulfill the following:
Special Site Considerations
Working in public facilities requires a certain sensibility. For example, you may need to:
This position will require you to frequently stand; walk; and reach with arms and/or hands. Specific vision abilities include close vision, distance vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, you will be regularly required to sit for long periods of time; talk or hear; perform fine motor, hand and finger skills in the use of a keyboard, telephone, or writing. You will also be required to lift up to 50 pounds on a regular basis.
We value teammates who are committed to the Iconergy team and adaptable to potential shifts in the specifics of their role. Our positions are similar to those at other growing firms: they are functions of the marketplace and, therefore, dynamic. We are constantly evolving our services and also addressing client requests that may change the description in a number of ways over time.
Employment benefits at Iconergy include 401K, health/vision/dental insurance, paid time off, short- and long-term disability, an RTD pass, monthly gym membership stipend, and performance incentives, among others.
Iconergy is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity. We encourage applications from all demographics and especially those that are traditionally under-represented in engineering and construction.
Job Type: Full-time