ODSA - Energy Analyst 2

January 28, 2020

Job Title: ENERGY ANALYST 2
Position Number: 20080430
Starting Salary: $24.74 hr. / $51,459 yr.
Job Classification/Status: Classified
Pay Range: 32
Division/Office: Community Services/Community Assistance Location: 77 South High Street, 25th Floor, Columbus, Ohio
Bargaining Unit:  14
Work Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm, M-F
Supervisor:  Anthony Howard - Manager, Energy
DATE POSTED: JANUARY 17, 2020
DEADLINE FOR APPLYING:  FEBRUARY 3, 2020
Job Duties:
Reviews fiscal records & reports compliance for Energy Section programs; prepares correspondence & monitoring reports regarding grantees & program activities; updates & enters energy data on computer & into US Department of Energy (i.e., DOE) system; coordinates signature & distribution of grant amendments; maintains records on customer relationship & requests for information & materials; maintains internal & external communications (e.g., within Agency, with other government agencies) on Office of Community Assistance (i.e., OCA), Energy Section programs; maintains progress & project files according to office & department standards; performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Acts as program analyst for OCA, Energy Section programs focused on industrial, commercial, residential & community customers (e.g., ENERGY STAR awareness, Home Performance, consumer education involving energy efficiency, green building, renewable energy, building codes, k-12 education, workforce training opportunities, & other related energy programs) & energy programs (e.g., Energy Loan Fund, State Energy Plan, Advanced Energy Fund) & participates in developing & administering new energy programs, policies & procedures for OCA; analyzes energy programs, availability of resources, program scope & accuracy of existing data; provides advice to grantees, government officials & general public.
Develops, conducts & attends energy training seminars & meetings; prepares, coordinates & staffs exhibit displays at seminars & meetings; maintains records, data documentation & reports; collaborates regarding energy operations with various stakeholders such as residential customers, technical colleges & universities, local school districts, federal officials, local governments, transportation officials, non-profits & other officials in energy community; composes, writes, reviews & edits Ohio-specific technical communications & public education materials; researches & prepares case studies; prepares periodic & on-demand reports on energy program activities, public awareness & other indicators as requested. Demonstrates commitment to sound metrics, accountability & transparency while ensuring quality customer service.
Minimum Classification Qualifications (a test may be given as part of the selection process):
Completion of undergraduate core program in environmental/energy sciences or mechanical engineering or business administration/public administration or political science; 12 months training or 12 months experience in
evaluating/monitoring &/or implementing energy programs commensurate with approved PD on file; must be able to provide own transportation.

-Or 36 months training or 36 months experience in building technology or analyzing/monitoring energy programs commensurate with approved PD on file; must be able to provide own transportation.
The final candidate selected for this position will be required to undergo a criminal background check.  Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position.  An individual assessment of an applicant's prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.
TO APPLY, VISIT http://careers.ohio.gov or www.ohiomeansjobs.com 
OR
SUBMIT APPLICATION TO:
Ohio Development Services Agency, Human Resources Office
77 South High Street, 27th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215-6130
Fax: (614) 644-9030

The State of Ohio is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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