Bureau of Energy Efficiency BEE

Sector Experts Jobs in Delhi - Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE)

Delhi
B.Arch,MA,ME/M.Tech,MSc
Last Date to Apply: 10-10-2018
Sector Experts - Job Details Date of Posting: 21-09-2018

Full Time Sector Experts  job Position in Bureau of Energy Efficiency

Sector & No. of Posts

Total 3 Posts

Buildings 1

Aluminium : 1

Climate Finance : 1

Qualification :  

Buildings  :   Should have a Bachelor’s degree in engineering/architecture with sectoral experience in Energy Management / Operations & Maintenance / technical evaluation of Energy Saving / Compliance with Energy Efficiency codes & standards / Building Energy Simulation software / Green Building Ratings (LEED, IGBC, GRIHA, etc.). Should have minimum 5 years of experience in the sectors along with experience in energy management, evaluation of techno-economics of energy efficiency measures, energy simulation, compliance with energy codes. BEE Certified Energy Auditor/ Manager, ECBC Master Trainers, CMVP, IGBC/LEED/GRIHA certified professionals will be preferred. Involvement in PAT related activities will be given preference. Preference will be given to those having related experience of at least 3 years commensurate with the job profile & roles and responsibilities expected to be handled by the candidate specifically in the areas of building energy efficiency policies.  Should be conversant with existing building energy efficiency technologies.

Aluminium :  Should have an engineering degree with sectoral experience in Energy Management/ Operations & Maintenance/ technical evaluation of Energy Saving. Should have minimum 5 years of experience in the notified sectors along with experience in energy management, plant process and evaluation of techno-economics of energy efficiency measures. BEE Certified Energy Auditor/ Manager will be preferred. Involvement in PAT related activities will be added advantage. Preference will be given to those having held suitable position in plant level not less than that of Asst./ Deputy Manager of PSU or from equivalent position in private sector.  Should be conversant with existing industrial energy efficiency technologies.

Climate Finance :  Bachelors in Engineering /Economics / Finance / Business. Post Graduate in Business Administration/ Finance or M.Sc. OR M.A. in Economics with Finance as a subject. Climate Change/ Sustainability/ Environment/ Energy Efficiency knowledge will be given preference. Over 5 years experience preferably in climate finance related sourcing of international finance for energy efficiency. Experience in sourcing international climate finance from bilateral/ multilateral agencies for Govt. agencies such as World Bank/ ADB/GCF/UNDP etc. will be preferred. Experience in financial reporting and budget forecasting related to climate change will be preferred

Emoluments :  The Full time sector expert will be paid INR. 80,000 per month consolidated.

Work Place :  The Full time sector experts are likely to be located at Delhi.


HOW TO APPLY

The interested applicants may forward their application filled with the attached annexure along with 2 passport size photographs and attested copies of certificates/mark sheets, giving complete details of their qualifications and experience with two references, within 21 days of the date of publication of the advertisement in Employment News, to The Secretary, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, 4thFloor, Sewa Bhawan, R.K. Puram, Sector-I, New Delhi 110066. Candidates from Government Departments/PSUs/ Autonomous bodies etc. should send their application through proper channel. The Bureau reserves the right to relax the eligibility and other criteria in case of exceptionally outstanding candidates


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About Bureau of Energy Efficiency BEE

The Government of India set up Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) on 1st March 2002 under the provisions of the Energy Conservation Act, 2001. The mission of the Bureau of Energy Efficiency is to assist in developing policies and strategies with a thrust on self-regulation and market pri nciples, within the overall framework of the Energy Conservation Act, 2001 with the primary objective of reducing energy intensity of the Indian economy. This will be achieved with active participation of all stakeholders, resulting in accelerated and sustained adoption of energy efficiency in all sectors.