Job Announcement: Energy Analyst, Cal State University – Long Beach


CSU Long Beach is hiring for an Energy Analyst to support its Energy and Sustainability program. In addition to data analytics, this position will be critical support for CSU’s energy efficiency partnership and the establishment of the systemwide energy information system.

Position Responsibilities are shared below. Applicants can review the position (#1012522) and apply online at

Under the general direction of the Energy Program Manager the Energy & Sustainability Program Analyst will:
1. Gather, maintain, and update data and compile reports regarding utility consumption, and sustainability measures and metrics. This includes the campus Monthly Energy Reports, CSU Systemwide Climate Emissions Report, and Sustainability Report.
a. Utilize existing energy use and utility price forecast models to project utility costs, and develop new models to reflect changes in tariff structures and procurement programs.
b. Assist campuses with utility budget forecasting, identify and update utility and carbon reduction goals.
c. Coordinate with Chancellor’s Office staff in developing, maintaining, operating, and improving the energy information system and database that will track and report program results.
2. Assist the Energy Program Manager in managing the daily requirements of various systemwide energy efficiency programs (including the UC/CSU/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership Program and Cap and Trade), updating program databases, analyzing data, and generating reports for energy and greenhouse gas emissions.
3. Assist the Sustainability Program Manager in the collection and analysis of data and report generation. Help develop and implement sustainability initiatives and programs.
4. Research new grants and other sources of funding; assist in the grant application preparation and process, and provide support to internal CSU stakeholders for awarded grants.
5. Provide support to the Energy Program Manager and Sustainability Program Manager in the development of new and existing energy efficiency projects, goals, sustainability projects, plant operation best practices, and the development of strategic energy plans (projects, funding and impacts) for the campuses.
6. Under direct supervision, attend meetings with internal and external stakeholders and participate on various teams and committees formed to facilitate and achieve energy efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions reduction, and sustainability goals.
7. Coordinate with Chancellor’s Office Communications Department to maintain and update Energy and Sustainability related unit websites.
8. Review and suggest revisions to capital outlay project forms, communicate, and support CPDC staff as needed.
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