Job Title: Senior Sustainability Engineer
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field and four years of related experience. Additional experience may be used on a one-to-one basis to offset the educational requirements. Salary commensurate with experience. Grade EG.
The Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center (KPPC) is looking for an experienced engineering professional with a mission driven desire to make a difference by helping Kentucky business and industry be more environmentally sustainable. KPPC is a state-mandated technical assistance program based at the University of Louisville J.B. Speed School of Engineering, serving as Kentucky’s resource center for environmental sustainability. The Senior Sustainability Engineer will work with clients to identify cost-saving solutions for improved energy efficiency and waste minimization, reducing impacts both now and for generations to come. This position also plays a part in developing the upcoming generation of engineers through a student intern program providing hands-on experience incorporating sustainable approaches in a real-world setting.
Candidates with PE registration and/or CEM certification and/or previous engineering managerial experience preferred.
KPPC offers a 37.5 hours work week, flexible schedule and casual office setting. Staff are entitled to take advantage of the university’s competitive benefits package which includes accrued vacation and sick leave, extended holiday leave between Christmas and New Year’s, tuition remission for employee and dependent children, various insurance options, and an employer matching contribution retirement plan. Please visit the following link for more detailed information about the benefits offered: https://louisville.edu/hr/human-resources/benefits/main/.
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