Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army.
About the Position:
Fort Rucker is the home of the US Army Aviation "Center of Excellence" and is located in the "Wiregrass" area in Southeast Alabama. Cities immediately around Fort Rucker include Enterprise, Ozark and Daleville. The geography and climate are ideal for year round activities to include boating, fishing, golfing and hunting. Fort Rucker offers an abundance of recreational family activities and is located only 1-2 hours from some of the most popular Florida beaches.
Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens
Serve as Energy Engineer for the US Army Aviation Center and Fort Rucker assigned to the Utilities Management Branch of the Directorate of Public Works.
- Act as the technical professional engineering authority and advisor to the Installation Commander, Garrison Commander, Director of Public Works and other Commanders and Directors as well as engineers and employees within Fort Rucker on energy and water consumption optimization issues, energy consuming facilities and equipment designs, energy consuming processes, and the field of automated control technology.
- Coordinate closely with other governmental design agencies, architect/engineering firms, agencies and organizations outside the government to insure that maximum energy conservation benefits are obtained through incorporation of mandated energy design criteria and features in all project designs.
- Develops training plans based on energy engineering principles, standards, codes and regulations and conducts energy conservation training with unit and building energy monitors.
- As project engineer, plans, programs and coordinates projects for the installation, construction, extension, alteration and maintenance of facilities, distribution systems, equipment and instrumentation used for the production, transmission and control of energy services.
- Occasional Travel
- Position requires duty travel from the duty station up to 5 percent of the time.