Senior Sustainability Mechanical Engineer - University of Surrey

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Sustainability Mechanical Engineer to join the University of Surrey’s Sustainability Service. 
Working with the Head of Sustainability, and as part of a two-person team, you’ll be responsible for the planning & delivery of changes to building services systems to implement carbon and cost reductions, as well as surveying buildings to recommended costed and prioritised energy efficiency projects. 

Role & Responsibilities:
Working alongside the Senior Sustainability Controls Engineer, you’ll be tasked with auditing our buildings to identify energy efficiency measures, as well as identifying energy saving and good house keeping measures to be implemented at low cost or no cost to the University.

Other responsibilities include:
  • Review and evaluate building services operation and performance, including heating, ventilation, and the conditioning of air to evaluate what changes can be made to improve the efficient and optimal operation of these services with the aim of reducing carbon emissions and saving operational costs.
  • Following consultation with the University’s BEMs manager and key faculty and department stakeholders, implement the recommissioning of building services to enable efficient operation leading to improved user experience, carbon, and cost savings, based on performance trends managed by the post holder.
  • Analyse energy and other environmental data to ascertain where carbon and cost savings can be made across the estate. Compile data from testing to provide evidence to prove the improvements made have contributed to carbon reductions and potential cost savings to utility bills.
  • Work with the Senior Sustainability Controls Engineer in the surveying of buildings to identify energy efficiency measure and projects including controls changes, metering, heating and ventilation systems and work with wider estates staff to identify fabric and lighting improvements, costing, and prioritizing these measures, building by building.
  • Develop costed business cases for energy efficiency improvements, working with capital projects and procurement in the preparation of contract/specification/tender documentation.
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