Energy and Billing Analyst

Northern Arizona University
Arizona, United States
$54,779.00 - $68,474.00
Posted date
Sep 24, 2021

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Position Type
Administrative, Business & Administrative Affairs, Facilities Management & Physical Plant
Employment Level
Employment Type
Full Time

Through purchase, production and distribution, Utility Services provides electricity, natural gas, domestic water, reclaimed water, sewer, stormwater, steam, chilled water, and medium temperature hot water to the Northern Arizona University community. Under the general direction of the Assistant Director for Trades & Skilled Crafts, the Commissioning & Controls Coordinator, Intermediate will oversee the billing and metering program to recover costs associated with providing the utilities to campus. This position operates under the working title of “Energy and Billing Analyst”.

Duties and Responsibilities:

(70%) Building Energy Analysis and Billing:

Manage entire Utility Services billing program including review and approval of vendor bills, collection and review of campus energy and water meter data, processing data through the campus billing program, and issuance of bills to customers.
Analyzes building energy data to benchmark and identify anomalies.
Modify data using engineering analysis when anomalies are found to bill customers appropriately.
Coordination with other Utility Services, Facility Services, or NAU staff to document changes that may impact utility consumption and billing.
Review of building control systems for changes that may impact utility consumption and billing.
Management of Utility Services students assisting with metering and billing processes.
Hiring and management of vendors for the installation or replacement of components.
Creation of monthly and annual reports for review by Utility Services, Facility Services, and the University Budget Office.
Review of new technology, processes, and systems to advance the campus billing and metering program.
Provide data and assist with rate development for all utilities.
Assist with and/or prepare applications for grants or rebates.
Maintain effective communication with all customers across campus to receive and respond to metering inquiries appropriately.

(25%) Meter Inspection and Maintenance:

Inspects, investigates, and troubleshoots metering equipment to determine and complete appropriate repair methods.
Management of vendors for calibration or installation of meters and reporting to the campus network.
Development of repair, replacement, expansion, and improvement priorities and budgets relating to the metering and billing program.
Plan review and inspection of capital projects with new or replacement meters.

(5%) Other Duties:

Assist with Climate Action Plan development, updates, and reporting.
Provide data to faculty/staff/or consultants.
Assist with Revolving Fund data analysis.
Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications
Completion of a four-year Mechanical, Energy, Technology, or other related degree, and
2-4 years of relevant experience, and
Requires an Arizona driver’s license, or
A combination of related education, experience, and training.

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