Energy and Utility Management Officer
Solomon Islands Ports Authority invites application from suitable individuals with great passion and enthusiasm for energy and utility management and conservation as part of its journey to become a Green Port champion in the Pacific.
The primary role is to monitor and manage energy efficiency and utilities for the Port of Honiara and Noro. This involves implementing energy conservation measures, monitor energy and utility consumption, assess the Authority requirements for sustainability and to become more energy efficient port.
Roles and Responsibilities.
- Monitoring energy usage across the organisation in both the Port of Honiara and Noro
- Setting targets for energy reduction
- Undertake energy audits
- Prepare reports on energy and utility consumption
- Conducts and deliver energy conservation and management workshops
- Implement energy saving measures designed to reduce consumption and deliver companywide savings in annual energy consumptions.
- Numerical and Analytical
- Communication and Influence
- Microsoft office Skills (Office 365) and Reporting
Qualification & Experience
- A degree in Environmental Science, Engineering, Maths or a relevant qualification.
- Have 2 or more years of experience in Energy Management and Conservation or any related fields.
- Have passion for fighting climate change and “Carbon Neutral” Pacific
- Strong Advocate for Energy Conservation, Management and climate change mitigation
- Have passion and enthusiasm for clean energy and CO2 emission reduction
- Be independent and outgoing
Solomon Islands Ports Authority is an equal opportunity employer and provides industry standard benefits and good working conditions to its employees. If you have the passions, relevant skills, experience and qualification, please submit your resume with current reliable referees and contact address with your application marked “ Energy & Utility Management Officer” to:
Chief Human Capital Officer
Solomon Islands Ports Authority
P O Box 307, Honiara
Closing Date: 4:30pm, Friday 4th September 2020