Capable of conducting energy training to wide variety of skill sets from a junior Sailor to command leadership and civilian USN GS 012-15 personnel at SYSCOM/Fleet levels, ISEAS's, and program managers.
Develop and conduct energy management instruction
Provide shipboard deck plate level energy management instruction
MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
Certified Energy Manager (CEM) with US Navy experience with proficiencies to provide maintenance assistance; training, particularly with regards to energy consuming systems; equipment efficiency assessments; and related equipment configuration strategies that reduce operational runtime, maintenance, and energy demand. Or minimum of 10 years of engineering experience on USN ships, EOOW qualified when not CEM certified. Regional Energy Manager (REM) can be substituted for CEM or Navy experience
Training specialist experience, Navy (Master Training Specialist), civilian, industry (adult training).
In lieu of CEM >5 years of experience in propulsion, electrical shipboard systems and equipment, energy conservation, management
Must understand and be able to use the Navy PMS system to review maintenance tasks, assessing effectiveness and applicability related to energy demand and equipment efficiency
CIRCUITS (Centralized and Integrated Reporting for the Comprehensive Utilities Information and Tracking System) experience, is a plus
ADVANCED METERING INFRASTRUCTURE (AMI) experience is a plus.
Engineering Degree is desired but not required.
An ideal Fleet Energy Manager is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) with Fleet experience.
Retired senior enlisted, EOOW qualified who can attain a CEM certification within 5 years of hire date. Typically when you pass the class and test you get an interim CEM until you have 5 years OJT, which can be waived with industry/Fleet experience
Retired Officer served as the Engineering officer on USN conventionally powered ships