At McKinstry, we're proud to be a collective group of innovators and problem-solvers, builders and engineers, mentors and students. We strive to create a safe and engaging work environment that empowers you to do the work you are passionate about.
We believe deeply that energy and facility services, engineering and construction are revolutionizing the built environment – and if you're driven by our mission to transform ideas into meaningful relationships and together, build a thriving planet, McKinstry may be the place for you. Serving our community together is one of the ways we at McKinstry put our shared purpose into action.
Total collaboration and a diverse, employee-centric work experience are what we can provide you. Integrated delivery and true consultative partnership is what you will help us provide for our clients. Our culture is what differentiates us and because of this, we seek exceptional talent that believes what we believe.
Here's where you come in:
We are currently seeking a Facility Assessment Consultant to join our team as a member of our growing Techincal Services Mountains division.
You're great at:
- Perform staffing, capital planning, cost estimating, equipment replacement planning, and infrastructure analysis of facility systems.
- May lead design and process improvement meetings with clients and the technology teams.
- Develop and facilitate design, visioning, and exploratory charrettes for clients ranging from the local community to C-level audiences.
- Help define program scope and intent.
- Develop Key Performance Indicators for projects.
- Manage plans, set up budgets and schedules.
- Assess, manage and communicate project risks.
- May develop, establish and manage critical environment standards.
- Recommend enhancements to client plans to Development staff.
- Develop final reports reiterating projects' values.
- Participate in long-term facility master planning.
- Support the audits of customer facilities that ensure operating efficiency, optimum air quality, and compliance with the energy policy.
- Define and document energy management strategies for customer facilities including “best practice” recommendations.
- Recommend alternate energy sources and energy conservation measures.
- Perform assessment and inventory of energy, using the equipment, occupancy patterns, and building control systems.
- May facilitate recommendations and feedback regarding the design, equipment selection, test and balance requirements, maintainability, and potential enhancements of the system.
- Understand the capability of system(s) and documentation to achieve the design intent.
- Understand the design concept and intent by reviewing system construction documentation, including drawings and scheduled equipment.
- Participate in the analyses of utility usage patterns of facilities to establish a baseline and track reductions due to the implementation of conservation measures.
- Document “as-built” conditions and associated client benefits after project completion.
- Prepare energy savings reports with strong technical writing and graphing skills
- Document best practices and lessons learned to improve the design and operational practices.
Perform other duties as assigned.
What we would like to see from you:
- Five (5) years of experience in building operations, engineering, construction management, architecture, facility engineering or similar field required.
- High school diploma or equivalent required.
- BA/BS degree in Architectural Engineering, Architecture, or Construction Management required.
- Experience preparing and delivering C-level presentations required.
- Ability to translate data into information and conveying it to others required.
- Experience in performing long-term facility master planning required.
- Experience in capital planning and cost estimating required.
- Advanced Excel skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite - Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Visio required; working knowledge of SharePoint required.
- Formal HVAC and/or architecture training/education preferred.
- Working knowledge of Tableau software preferred.
- Proficiency in Revit, AutoCAD, Photoshop, and Sketchup preferred
The McKinstry group of companies are equal opportunity employers. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and qualified applicants without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, race, color, creed, marital status, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other basis protected by law. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to employment, advancement, assignment, and training.
McKinstry is committed to strengthening our diversity through recruiting and retaining minority and women professionals from all backgrounds. Our commitment is consistent with our recognition that it is the outstanding people within McKinstry who have always been the source of our strength. We recognize that promoting diversity is an integral component of our continuing quest for organizational excellence.
This commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity is made equally as a social responsibility and as an economic and business necessity.
McKinstry is a drug-free workplace. Employment is contingent upon successfully passing a pre-employment drug and alcohol test, complying with the requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act and a Confidentiality Agreement, in addition to successful outcomes of background and reference checks.
Anyone with questions or concerns regarding Equal Employment Opportunity should contact their direct supervisor or the Human Resources Department without fear of retaliation of any kind.
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