If you are a hard working individual who is up for a challenge, we could have the job for you! Take a look at the job outlines below and, if interested, send us your resume and cover letter outlining why you would be the best fit for the job.
Watershed Technologies is a small firm focusing on energy and water conservation in buildings. We provide a variety of services, including consulting as well as installation of energy efficient equipment. We are especially experienced in monitoring and analysis, as well as building automation. With over 40 years in the industry, we take a science-based approach to our work and have developed many of our own technologies.
Internship Position – BUILDING ENERGY ANALYST
We are looking for an analytical, proactive and hard-working individual with knowledge and experience relating to building energy consumption and HVAC to join our team in downtown Toronto. Applicants should be working towards or have completed a related degree/diploma in science or engineering. Applicants should also have a strong interest in environmental sustainability, conservation and technical innovation.
Expected Timeline and Salary
37.5 hrs/week (flexible schedule) for a minimum 4 months, with possible extension. Start date also flexible.
Salary of $3,000-$3,500 per month, depending on experience level.
Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 21, 2019. Include resume, cover letter, additional assignment (see below) and academic transcript (unofficial / web printout OK). While we appreciate all applications, only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. Please contact us by email should you have any questions.
Additional assignment. Please attach final answer and calculations with your application.
In February, a building’s space heating boiler used 1500 m³ of gas, with the average temperature for the month being -5 °C. In March, the building replaced the boiler with a new high-efficiency model. The following month, in April, the new boiler used 900 m³ of gas, with the average temperature for the month being 2 °C. Knowing the building’s balance point temperature is 16 °C, calculate the m³ of gas saved in April.
Required Skills and Experience