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Facilities and Energy Management Fellow

12/6/2019 7:00:01 PM Los Angeles Community College District
Job Fellowship Los Angeles Community College District Monthly Stipend $2115 End of Program Award $500

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The Facilities and Energy Fellow will work with key team members of the campus community that includes Energy and Facilities Managers as well as Faculty and Administrators.  The successful candidate will focus on supporting energy management and strategic planning for sustainable facilities at Los Angeles City College.

Project Scope will include:

Student Engagement:
- Plan and implement community education and outreach activities
- Planning and marketing of spring energy & water saving competition
- Identify and engage campus building Green Teams, promote the Savings Competition
- Coordinate with facilities and faculty to enable students to learn about sustainable systems on campus and engage in relevant projects.

Facilities:
- Analysis, research and planning for new sustainable strategies utilized on campus.
- Implementation support for HVAC, irrigation system, EV charging and battery storage improvements
- Submit a STARS report for LA City College
- Post an energy efficiency or sustainability performance score at each building
- Explore the addition of hydration stations on campus
- Study the presence and potential mitigation of single use plastics, Styrofoam, plastic straws, and other food and drink containers/utensils

Desired Qualifications:
 
- Bachelor’s degree in environmental studies, environmental science, engineering, math, or a closely related field
- Experience with research and compiling data
- Experience with instruction and instructional design
- Capability to effectively format, prepare and present technical reports
- Competence in using energy management software
- Experience collaborating with others, including students

You will need (or want to learn):
 
- Knowledge of energy, sustainability, and environmental concepts
- Knowledge of energy auditing techniques, tools, and procedures
- Knowledge of using web based and other platforms to conduct data analysis
- Skill in multitasking and prioritizing
- Skill in use of Microsoft Office Suite
- Skill in project management
- Skill in written and graphical communication
- Ability to work effectively as part of a customer service team
- Ability to bring a positive attitude, can-do spirit, and have fun at work
- Ability to be flexible, adaptable, and responsive to shifting priorities

What’s in it for you?
 
- Living stipend of $2,250 per month (before taxes)
- Kaiser Permanente silver health insurance
- Ongoing mentorship and support as an emerging professional
- Access and exposure to a broad and deep network of energy and sustainability professionals
- Learn how a large, complex organization operates and makes decisions
- Gain invaluable experience working cross functionally and with diverse populations
- Work in a fun, collaborative, innovative team environment

Start Date: February 3rd, 2020
End Date: December 31st, 2020

Location: Los Angeles, CA