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The OSU Energy Efficiency Center and Industrial Assessment Center (OSU EEC/IAC) is always looking for motivated student employees with a passion for problem solving and a desire to learn about many different industries. While engineering majors (mechanical, industrial, manufacturing, environmental, chemical, electrical) are preferred, we do hire students from other majors as well. For more information, read on.
The OSU EEC/IAC offers small and medium-sized manufacturers, agricultural producers, municipal facilities, university facilities and others on-site assessments. Student teams led by engineering faculty visit Northwest sites to seek ways to increase profits by increasing productivity and reducing energy use and waste. Within 60 days, the EEC sends a report to the client with analysis and specific recommendations to improve efficiency. Since 1986, the OSU EEC/IAC has:
The success of the EEC/IAC program depends on the quality of the student analysts. The EEC/IAC will help you to develop the skills that you have currently. In return, we expect a high level of commitment from each analyst to ensure the continued success of the center. The EEC/IAC is committed to assisting you in your professional development. As a member of the EEC/IAC team, you have the opportunity to:
The student efficiency analyst works in a team performing productivity, energy, and waste minimization assessments for Northwest end resource users. This position includes visiting a wide variety of facilities, applying engineering and productivity principles to manufacturing, agricultural and other processes, and preparing reports of recommendations to improve efficiency.
The student motor systems analyst usually enters the position as an experienced efficiency analyst. This position entails leading collection and analysis of site motor application and operation and recommending higher efficiency alternatives to current equipment.
The student compressor analyst usually enters the position as an experienced efficiency analyst. This position entails leading collection and analysis of site air compressor installations and operation to identify opportunities improve compressed air system efficiency by to reducing leaks, modifying compressor control strategies, and evaluating pressure settings.
The student lead energy accounting analyst leads a team responsible for gathering, entering, and analyzing energy consumption, production and waste information in preparation for assessments and in support of preparing assessment reports. Strong leadership qualities, good interpersonal skills, and attention to details are required. Business, accounting, or engineering students are encouraged to apply.
The student database specialist creates and maintains an MS Access databases that support the center's management and operation. The database specialist will also support an effort to migrate to web based data entry and analysis. The ideal student will have Microsoft Access, Front Page, MYSQL and PHP experience. Interested business or other students with the necessary basic database skills are encouraged to apply.
The student marketing lead is responsible for acquiring new clients, informing those clients of our work and scheduling audits. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word, Access and Excel are desired.
Current and past EEC/IAC student employees are listed on the staff page of the online Energy Efficiency Reference Manual.