Cx Associates hires Alex Holder as Engineer
Cx Associates is delighted to announce the addition of Alex Holder to its team of talented...
You like analyzing data. You have a degree in a STEM field with a strong aptitude and interest in data analytics. You can run analyses in Excel, R or Python and interpret the results so that they are meaningful to the audience. If only highly proficient in Excel, you’ve mastered most kinds of formulas and know your way around pivot tables and macros. You’ve used spreadsheets to run complex analyses and boil down large amounts of data. You may have experience with modeling software like Open Studio or eQUEST.
You’re interested in building science and energy savings. You’re a data geek with interest in buildings and how they can perform more efficiently. You may have experience evaluating energy efficiency measures, performing energy audits, or designing commercial HVAC systems and controls.
You’re curious. You’re a creative problem-solver who excels at finding innovative solutions to problems. You are an intellectually curious individual who is committed to continuous learning and staying abreast of developments in the field. You’re not afraid to look for and learn new solutions that you think could benefit the organization and execute them.
You’re a demonstrated skilled written communicator. Even though most of your day will be spent doing analysis, our work often includes a lot of writing. You’re adept at different types of writing, from professional emails to proposals to technical reports in Microsoft Word. You can keep your audience in mind and tailor your style (more/less technical) to reach your reader most effectively.
You’re self-motivated. You’re the kind of person who takes initiative to insert yourself when you see opportunities to improve process efficiency. You keep the proverbial monkey off of other people’s backs and tackle things yourself, constructively seeking input when needed.
You have a sense of humor. We take our work very seriously, but we also like to have fun. You’re someone who can get along with a lot of different types of personalities and people with different backgrounds, and you enjoy the occasional viral cat video.
You’re eco-conscious (or at least eco-curious). We try to walk the sustainability talk at Cx Associates. If you’re taking any steps to make your life “greener,” we’d love to hear about it. This may take the form of opting for public transit or your bike when possible, composting, being an activist for environmental causes, or taking other steps to lessen your environmental footprint.
You’re trustworthy. You have stellar references and a clean record.
Bonus points. You have experience performing savings verification of Energy Conservation Measures, you’re familiar with utility Technical Resource Manuals (TRM), you’ve been involved in the design of building HVAC or electrical systems, you’ve worked on energy audits, you’ve managed projects, and/or you are in the process of earning a professional certification like a P.E., CEM, BESA, BEAP, etc.
Cx Associates is a small but growing business, with dozens of active projects. The Energy Analyst will have to juggle a lot of balls at once. Here are some examples of things you might do:
Cx Associates cares about its staff and recognizes that they are the firm’s most important and valuable resource. We believe in a solid work/life balance not often found at engineering consulting firms. We encourage our team members to use their personal time. And while we recognize that we all have the occasional crunch period, we also know that regularly working tons of overtime can actually be counterproductive. Therefore, we provide:
Provide building measurement and verification services for mechanical systems in new and existing buildings. Tasks include:
Please fill and submit the form below, including an attachment for your cover letter and resume. Alternatively, you may email your resume and cover letter to lauren[at]cx-assoc[dot]com.
Submissions without cover letters will not be considered.
Cx Associates is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity, sex, ancestry, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.