Position:                School Enviromental Efficiency Clerk

Reports to:            Deputy Superintendent of District Operations and Support; Director of Construction, Renovation and Energy

Term:                     Not to exceed 8 hours weekly

Salary:                    Not to exceed an annual salary of $12,000

The Environmental Efficiency Clerk works under the Deputy Superintendent of District Operations and Support to establish accountability for energy consumption at every level in the school district. The Clerk is responsible for developing and monitoring the district’s energy management program under board-level policy (7460) and superintendent’s guidelines for the purpose of reducing utility consumption.

Basic areas of responsibility include:

Administration and record keeping (Data Entry), accountability, reporting, program implementation,             prompting district employee involvement, and validating energy management system compliance with the      district’s energy policy and guidelines.

The candidate must have:

An independent work ethic, good judgment, capabilities, the ability to maintain positive public relations, and must be persuasive. The candidate must be computer literate, be able to interpret technical data and demonstrate an ability to communicate with technical and non-technical individuals.


  1. Must be able to work outside the scope of their contact.
  2. Must work as part of a team and have the ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with others.
  3. Display tact and patience when dealing with complaints and inquiries.
  4. Must have an outstanding attendance record with few absences.
  5. Must be able to work at various schools when and if needed. This is a multi-school position.
  6. High-level people skills.
  7. Documented self-starter.
  8. Documented experience/ability in planning, organization and coordinating activities.
  9. Must have computer skills and math skills.
  10. Preference given to individuals with energy management experience.
  11. Must have a valid driver’s license


  1. Plan staff in-service concerning monitoring utility consumption.
  2. Monitor energy usage throughout the county system using Energy Management software
  3. Develop energy consumption/usage reports.
  4. Must be able to learn BAS (Building Automated Systems).
  5. Conduct energy audits.
  6. Must attend energy education conferences when needed.
  7. Any other assignments as directed by the Deputy Superintendent of Operations or the Director of Construction, Renovation and Energy.
  8. Engage in contracts with utility companies and other related agencies.


Specific Duties

  1. Administration and record keeping
  2. Serve as district representative at management-level meetings, seminars and conferences relating to energy use and conservation.
  3. Advise, assist and make recommendations to the superintendent on alternate energy sources, consumption and general energy conservative measures.
  4. Develop and maintain contact with federal and state agencies and monitor state and national energy policy trends.
  5. Provide input on contractual support activities (capital projects) related to energy management and the purchase of any products that affect energy consumption.
  6. Will be expected at times to attend construction meetings and assist with assignments and tasks associated with construction or renovation of schools.
  7. Will work with the HVAC department to schedule the BAS at all locations.
  8. Work closely with the Coordinator of Maintenance and the maintenance staff to help alleviate potential cost causing issues that may arise in a school.
  9. Prepare energy requirement estimates and budget allotments for all district facilities and develop procedures for efficient utilization of energy sources.
  10. Work with the building and maintenance personnel on proper operation of the systems and equipment.
  11. Attend all scheduled in-services on the energy management system.
  12. Must be able to conduct energy audits.
  13. Must be able to work with energy consultant to optimize favorable pricing on natural gas and Demand Response Program.
  14. Some work is performed in an office with a majority of the time spent in the field throughout the Cabell County Schools facilities.
  15. Will be part of the Cabell County Crisis Response Team.


  1. Independent work ethic.
  2. Work may require supervisory responsibility.
  3. Exercise of good judgment in implementation of policy.
  4. Ability to maintain favorable public relations.
  5. Ability to analyze and interpret technical data and communicate it to non-technical individuals.
  6. Strong communication skills.
  7. A large measure of diplomacy.

Working conditions/Physical Requirements:

  1. Commitment to irregular hours. Most audits are done after 4pm.
  2. Must be able to climb, bend, stoop and reach.
  3. Must be able to walk and stand for long periods.
  4. Working in confined spaces is sometimes required.
  5. Must be able to push, pull or lift at least 25 pounds.

Terms of Employment

  1. Performance of this job will be evaluated

Send Application & Resume:

Ms. Jan Hanlon, Executive Director
Mountain State ESC
501 22nd Street
Dunbar, WV 25064

Or download the application Job Postings | Mountain State Educational Cooperative Services (mountainstateesc.com) and submit along with support documents via email to rjpreece@k12.wv.us by 3:00 p.m.


Resume Must Include:

  1. List of educational institutions attended, course of study, dates attended, and certificates earned.
  2. List of employers for the past ten years, including address and name of immediate supervisor(s).
  1. Description of responsibilities/work experiences in previous employment.
  2. Alignment of work experience with posted Job Description.
  3. List of at least three (3) references including addresses and telephone numbers.



Mountain State ESC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), sexual orientation, genetic information, disability or age.