Energy Management Analyst - Active Secret Clearance Required

Arlington, VA
Federal Enterprise Services – Energy & Environmental /
Full-Time /
About the Organization
Now is a great time to join Redhorse Corporation. Redhorse specializes in developing and implementing creative strategies and solutions with private, state, and federal customers in the areas of cultural and environmental resources services, climate and energy change, information technology, and intelligence services. We are hiring creative, motivated, and talented people with a passion for doing what's right, what's smart, and what works.

Position Description 

Redhorse transforms the way government uses data and technology. To support this mission, we are seeking an Energy Management Analyst to support the Installation Energy Program Management (IEPM) Support Services within the Air Force Directorate of Civil Engineers (AF/A4C) at the Pentagon. In this role you will provide experience in facility energy and water use management with a focus on Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC), Utility Energy Service Performance Contracts (UESC), utility service, renewable and progress energy program management, energy and water use planning and energy resilience planning and programming.

Responsibilities include:

    • To coordinate, consolidate, develop, and maintain IEPM governance and program e.g., Department of Defense Issuances (DoDIs), Department of Air Force Instruction (DAFIs), policies, Department of Air Force Policy Directive (DAFPDs), Department of Air Force Pamphlet (DAFPAM), handbooks, procedures, DoD and Department of Air Force (DAF) Strategic Sustainability Performance Plans, Enterprise Energy Information Management ,etc.), strategic and installation level energy plans, action plan(s) recommendations; task and inquiry responses (e.g., Congressional or AFIMSC) and issue resolution action plan(s) under AF/A4C and SAF/IEE program management oversight while ensuring industry standards, best practices, current energy studies/pilots/etc. are integrated.
    • Provide detailed updates to leadership and stakeholders by participating in meetings/forums and coordinating, consolidating, developing, and delivering/presenting associated meeting materials (e.g., slides, after action reports, minutes).
    • Research and provide comparisons and analysis on energy topics and priority programs (e.g., Energy as a Service, energy assurance, and resiliency) and make recommendations on DAF implementation strategies.
    • Develop and maintain CE enterprise-level policy and program guidance for successfully incorporating AF Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Energy Assurance initiatives into the DAF metering program while complying with Federal mandates, DoD and DAF requirements under AF/A4C and SAF/IEE program management oversight.
    • Analyze and assess direct and third-party funding requirement to achieve facility energy strategy and objectives and make recommendations for adjustments.
    • Manage all aspects (e.g., reviewing, filtering, assigning, integrating/consolidating, coordinating, tracking, packaging, etc.) of AF/A4C and SAF/IEE Congressional task response to include collaborating with external offices and strategic partners.
    • Develop, coordinate, and facilitate annual Congressional reports and associated program documents (e.g., budget, Bullet Background Papers (BBPs), Staffer Day briefs, Justification Books and annual reports to Congress reports) under AF/A4C and SAF/IEE program management oversight.
    • Provide policy, strategy and oversight support for the IEPM and its sub-programs (e.g., Critical Asset Risk Management (CARM), Installation Operational Program, Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC), Utility Energy Service Performance Contracts (UESC), facility metering and Advanced Meter Reading Systems (AMRS), Carbon-Pollution Free Energy (CFE) solutions and Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) programs, Energy Resilience and Conservation Investment Program (ERCIP), etc.) by developing, coordinating, staffing and tracking monthly and annual reports, program management reviews and developing strategy guidance.
    • Provide AF/A4C- and SAF/IEE-level coordination with facility energy stakeholders (e.g., AFIMSC and AFCEC) and industry partners to identify, develop and implement protective actions, analyze and assess risk, and implement management activities based on threat, vulnerability and consequence analysis fulfilling CARM and Installation Energy Program objectives.

Minimum Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
    • Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in facility energy and water use management with a focus on ESPC, UESC, utility service, renewable and progress energy program management, energy and water use planning and energy resilience planning and programming.
    • Active DoD Secret Clearance
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