**This posting is open until filled. Application review will begin on 11/26/20. Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.**
Who we are:
The Department of Enterprise Services (DES) is a central service organization, providing support and services for state agencies, cities and municipalities, higher education, vendors, and the citizens of the state of Washington. At DES, we passionately pursue our vision of:
- Satisfied customers,
- Satisfied team members, and
- Financial health.
We listen to customers and team members to understand what they need and expect. We promote creativity, learning, and improvement to meet those needs and adapt to the ever-changing business environment. We measure our results and seek feedback to improve our performance. We value respect, integrity, excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and seek new team members that share those values.
What you will be doing:
As the Energy Program Manager, you will provide leadership and management of the program responsible for providing Energy Savings Performance Contracting to state agencies, universities, colleges, public schools, municipalities and other government agencies. You will manage the development and implementation of policies, procedures, and standard project management practices and documents used in the implementation of energy projects to assure quality, consistency, and legal processes. You will also function as the agency’s technical expert on energy and sustainability issues.
- A Bachelor’s degree involving major study in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, or architecture; AND
- At least five (5) years of experience working as project manager for capital construction or energy projects. **Note: Additional qualifying experience will substitute, year for year, for educational requirement.
Special Requirements/Conditions of Employment:
- Must be a professional architect or engineer licensed in the state of Washington.
- Must have a valid driver’s license.
View the full job description and application requirements HERE.