Energy and Sustainability Analyst
Location:Offsite, RTP, North Carolina, US
Alternate LocationAnywhere in the US
Area of InterestHuman Resources
What You'll Do
- Help manage Cisco’s global utility program including budgeting, accruals, variance tracking, bill management and deregulated energy procurement
- Troubleshoot utility bill issues and review/monitor existing utility processes to improve and enhance program, balancing cost savings opportunities with budgetary risk
- Help Cisco achieve its renewable electricity and net-zero GHG reduction goals
- Manage Cisco’s global utility and sustainability information system and processes, identifying and carrying out opportunities to optimize data collection and reporting
- Help develop Cisco’s annual greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory, complete 3rd party verification and respond to external reporting requirements including CDP and Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI)
- Support team members developing and executing programs related to energy efficiency, renewable energy, building controls and sustainability across Cisco’s global real estate portfolio
- Solicit and share best practices with business units, sales teams, Cisco partners, and third parties
Who You'll Work With
- Reports to the Global Energy Management and Sustainability (GEMS) Team Manager and works closely with global utility and sustainability program managers
- Interfaces with senior management and comparable peers within Workplace Resources and across a broad cross-functional organization
- Partners with service providers and external parties
- Influences business operational excellence thru collaboration and innovation
- Delivers solutions that are well integrated within own function and enterprise, which employ technologies, platforms, or services that are scalable across all functions
Who You Are
- Undergraduate degree in engineering, building science, environmental studies or equivalent
- Certified Energy Procurement Professional (CEP), Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Energy Manager In-Training (EMIT) or equivalent desirable
- Minimum of 2-3 years of related experience, demonstrating growth in a forward-thinking and fast paced environment.
- Has experience with managing a utility program including utility bill review/management, supplier/vendor setups, and deregulated energy procurement
- Has a basic understanding of energy management, building technologies and sustainable building operations
- Understands financial fundamentals including creating a business case
- Communicates complex issues simply and concisely
- Collaborates to ensure overall team alignment
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