The Sr. Performance Engineer is an engineer that has exhibited outstanding performance in both project delivery, and the advancement of ESG ideals, thus designated as someone to emulate. A Sr. Performance Engineer has all the same responsibilities as a Performance Engineer, with the additional responsibility to mentor other engineers.
The Performance Engineer is the primary technical project developer with in a ESG region. As the primary resource for technical expertise, Account Executives and Regional management count on Performance Engineers to be responsible for understanding the technical needs and wants of a customer, then turning that information into accurate concrete solutions. Performance Engineers may deal with technical issues that include but not limited to facility energy consumption analysis and reduction strategies, general capital improvements, and even large scale community infrastructure projects.
The Performance Engineer is not only responsible for the technical strategies, but the costing of projects, forecasting energy reduction for a given solution if applicable, creating a plan to measure and verify the energy reductions forecasted, presentation of findings and solutions to customers and mangers, and to assist the delivery team to ensure smooth installations and achieve exceptional results for the customer.
*One requirement exception can be made with the authorization of the National Engineering Director
ESTIMATED TIME ALLOCATION
Frequent travel (approximately 30%- 60%), including overnight stays is required.
This employee must be able to travel when required.
Consistent and reliable attendance is required.
Energy Systems Group reserves the rights to modify, interpret, or apply this job description in any way the company desires. This job description in no way implies that these are the only duties, including main accountabilities, to be performed by the employee occupying this position. This job description is not an employment contract, implied or otherwise. The employment relationship remains “at-will.”