From: "Secretary, ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety" <secretary**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Cornell Job Opening: Energy Conservation Outreach Coordinator - APPLY TODAY
Date: February 7, 2012 8:28:25 AM EST
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Do you have an interest in sustainability and energy conservation?

If so, there is a great job opportunity at Cornell University for you to be part of a dedicated and forward-thinking energy management team.

This position will serve as the front door to the campus community to educate and
promote conservation behaviors. Coordinate laboratory air flow, laboratory fume hood, plug load, and lighting behavior conservation initiatives within the overall Energy Conservation
Initiative. Develop campus outreach programs to engage users in energy efficient behaviors. And much more…

For additional information and to apply, go to http://www.ohr.cornell.edu/jobs.

Contact Jessica Lang at 607-255-1037 or jek21**At_Symbol_Here**cornell.edu with inquiries or referrals.

A Culture of Inclusiveness, a World of Opportunity
There's a Place for you at Cornell University.

Energy Outreach Coordinator
Do you have an interest in sustainability and energy conservation?
If so, this is a great opportunity for you to be part of a dedicated and forward-thinking energy management team. This position will:
- Serve as the front door to the campus community to educate and promote conservation behaviors. Coordinate laboratory air flow, laboratory fume hood, plug load, and lighting behavior conservation initiatives within the overall Energy Conservation Initiative. Develop campus outreach programs to engage users in energy efficient behaviors.

- Serve as program administrator and manage content on the department, division and university web sites and social media, and lead the development of new interactive features to promote conservation. Manage the development and use of building energy dashboards and all other utility data system modules.

- Direct communications with users in the departments across campus to reduce run time on space controls and central air handling equipment, inform buying of office/laboratory equipment, and increase the number of ideas we receive that result in conservation focused changes.

- This is a 3 year term position. The ideal candidate will have:

- Bachelor's degree in a field that would support communications, project management and coordination, and outreach in energy conservation or other formal four-year training program and some related work experience.

- Demonstrated knowledge of standard and specialized software programs used for outreach (web based) and communications (email, letters, spreadsheets, databases). Analytical and reasoning skills involving energy unit costs and simple payback analyses.

- Must be self-directed, have strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.

For additional information and to apply, go to http://www.ohr.cornell.edu/jobs. Contact Jessica Lang at 607-255-1037 or jek21**At_Symbol_Here**cornell.edu with inquiries or referrals.

??Present energy conservation efforts
- Conservation Outreach
- Energy Conservation Initiative
- Conservation focused preventive maintenance
- Energy studies
- Building systems conservation projects - lighting and heating, ventilating, and air conditioning, weatherization, insulation
- Demand controlled ventilation/occupancy sensor based control strategies
- Adaptive fume hoods
- User friendly environmental controls
- Green office equipment and computing
- High efficiency humidification and controls
- Growth chamber lighting and controls retrofits

Future energy conservation efforts
- Advanced Glazing
- Wireless occupied space controls
- Heat recovery retrofits
New construction and major renovation energy conservation features
- Dedicated outdoor air with heat recovery
- Sensible heating and cooling systems - chilled beams, radiant floors
- Demand controlled ventilation/occupancy sensor based control strategies
- Adaptive fume hoods
- High efficiency lighting and lighting controls
- Heat recovery
- Hybrid growth chambers - refrigeration
and campus heating/cooling
- High efficiency humidification and controls

A Culture of Inclusiveness, a World of Opportunity There's a Place for you at Cornell University.
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