[Ibpsausa] Vacancy Announcement, Mechanical Engineer, DB-0830-04/GS-12/14, DEU-U.S. Citizens, Champaign IL (UNCLASSIFIED)
Liesen, Richard J ERDC-CERL-IL
Richard.J.Liesen at usace.army.mil
Mon Apr 4 09:37:20 PDT 2011
Subject: Vacancy Announcement, Mechanical Engineer, DB-0830-04/GS-12/14,
DEU-U.S. Citizens, Champaign IL
External Delegated Examining Unit Announcement (e.g., U.S. Citizens)
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regarding this announcement, please contact Kendra Little at (217) 373-5874
or email kendra.little at us.army.mil
Who May Apply: All U.S.Citizens may apply.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Vacancy Announcement Number: SWGR11939306D
Opening Date: April 1, 2011 Closing Date: April 14, 2011
Position: Mechanical Engineer, DB-830-04/GS-12-14
Salary: $68,809 - $125,695 Annual
Place of Work: US Army Engineer Research and Development Center,
Construction Eng Research Lab, Facilities Division, Energy Branch, Champaign,
Position Status: This is a Permanent position. -- Full Time
Number of Vacancy: 1
To apply for this position or review duties and qualifications you must go to
the internet, on or after the opening date of the announcement, and apply
on-line using the Army Resume Builder and self nominating procedures or the
alternate application method. (The Army Resume Builder is available at
Instructions for alternate application methods are available at:
OFFICIAL WEBSITES FOR EMPLOYMENT ARE:
Civilian Personnel online at: http://cpol.army.mil/index.html (Click on
"Employment" then follow links) or
USAJOBS at: http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/ REMINDER: You must use the Army
Resume Builder. Do not use the "Create a Resume" link on the USAJOBS website.
NOTE: If applying online, be sure to have an active resume and a self
nomination in the Army's centralized RESUMIX system prior to the closing date
of the announcement. Please follow the directions in the "How to Apply"
section of the announcement.
DUTIES: Performs research in facility and installation energy modeling,
simulation and optimization. Work with teams to participate in energy audits
and recommend energy-efficient design solutions and energy-efficient
technologies including building envelope upgrades, lighting, and HVAC.
Participates in energy audits of retrofits to identify and investigate energy
reduction and utility cost reductions. Conduct energy and economic analyses
of design alternatives using energy modeling software. Develops detailed
energy models using DOE-2 compliant software such as eQuest or EnergyPlus.
Facility energy modeling experience with energy modeling software such as
EnergyPlus, EQuest, DOE-2, Carrier HAP, TRNSYS, or TRACE is required.
Experience with heat and mass transfer analysis software packages such as
WUFI or WUFI Plus is desired. Perform research in broader power and energy
efforts including net zero energy installations and sustainable forward
operating bases (FOBs).
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