The George Washington University (DC) seeks an energy and environmental analyst to analyze statistical, financial and other significant data. The position will incorporate the data into reports for internal stakeholders, government agencies, or professional organizations that may include monthly utility usage metrics, annual greenhouse gas emissions inventory, annual Energy Star building benchmarking, monthly venue utility bill generation and real-time utility metering projects. This role also prepares an annual utility budget by facility for the entire university each December. Successful candidates will have a bachelor’s degree or higher in an appropriate area of specialization plus three to five years of appropriate experience. Degree requirement maybe substituted for a combination of education, training and experience.
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