[Ok-sus] Update on Oklahoma State Energy Conservation Program - Energy Manager positions
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Thu May 22 19:21:17 UTC 2014
Greetings to sustainability community,
Oklahoma State Energy Conservation Program is moving forward. State agencies will start looking for candidates for Energy Managers. Most agencies will probably utilize internal resources. However, many will have to hire new people. Office of Management and Enterprise Services
will also create a pool of candidates for consideration by specific agencies.
To learn more about the program visit http://www.20x2020.ok.gov
Review job descriptions below:
Senior Energy Manager
I have visited over 60 state agencies all over Oklahoma: colleges, career tech centers, parks, hospitals, etc. Over 100 agencies of all sizes will participate in the program! Agencies are motivated and cautiously excited. "Cautiously" - because it is a major undertaking to initiate cultural shift in energy use, general awareness and operational knowledge. If successful, the impact of this program will be massive. I do encourage everyone to support your local state agencies, whether it is a local state college, DHS office, a clinic of Oklahoma Veteran Affairs or local park facility. As you drive through turnpike booths, express your support to the staff - they may not be fully aware right at this point, still words of support could be helpful.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Temur Akhmedov, LEED AP
Green Building, Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
C: +1-405-229-9165 F: +1-866-661-5253
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