Building Data Analysis Manager

New Ecology, Inc. is seeking candidates for the position of Building Data Analysis Manager (Analysis Manager) in its Boston office. The Analysis Manager will be part of a dynamic team that is developing and installing low cost energy, water and air quality monitoring in multifamily and small commercial buildings.  New Ecology’s Remote Monitoring and Optimization (ReMO) technology provides insight into systems operation, increases equipment life and tenant comfort, and reduces utility consumption and maintenance costs.  The position will lead our team in:

  • Analyzing the data collected;
  • Diagnosing problems with building HVAC systems;
  • Estimating savings of interventions made in accordance with accepted standards; and
  • Developing new methods of using the data to drive building improvements and reduce carbon outputs, including moving towards automation of these tasks.

The Analysis Manager will be responsible for the quality and efficiency of the analysis work done by others on the team. We are seeking an experienced Analyst with knowledge of building mechanical systems.  The position reports to New Ecology’s ReMO Director.

New Ecology is an innovative, entrepreneurial, non-profit corporation. Our core work is providing energy efficiency and green building services that cost-effectively improve the performance, health and durability of buildings. Our clients are typically owners of multifamily housing, (with an emphasis on affordable housing) and community-based projects such as municipal, educational and arts buildings; see

New Ecology offers competitive salaries with excellent benefits in a collaborative and supportive work environment.  Professional development is a priority and we provide financial assistance for training and certifications.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Drive development of standardized analytical processes for all data collected by ReMO, working closely with the Director of Engineering to ensure consistency in methodology used for analysis across all NEI projects;
  • Improve efficiency of analysis, including developing and implementing automation, where feasible;
  • Manage the overall analysis process to ensure timeliness and quality of all work performed;
  • Prepare metrics and data presentation to satisfy client needs, research agendas, grant reporting, Energy Efficiency program rebate applications, to assist in the sales process, and to explain the collective impact of ReMO;
  • Present analysis results to clients and others as needed;
  • Work closely with the Product Development team to develop client reporting interface and strategies to alert building owners of maintenance and performance issues;
  • Develop and maintain a procedure manual to assist in training future analysts;
  • Work with other team members on ReMO product development and on research project design and implementation; and
  • Support NEI green building projects as needed.

New Ecology typically seeks to hire multidisciplinary, lifelong learners who naturally seek deeper and deeper understanding of how buildings operate and how this understanding can be used to convince owners and operators to adapt greener practices.

Required Qualifications:

  • Certified and experienced with the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol;
  • At least five years of demonstrated experience with analysis of real-time data collected from HVAC systems and controls;
  • A demonstrated ability to lead development of standardized processes and methods, and drive efficiency and quality;
  • Experience in data visualization and presentation; and
  • A demonstrated ability to be responsible for multiple projects and deliverables.

The ideal candidate will also have:

  • A bachelor’s degree in a related field;
  • Experience analyzing data from building energy monitoring systems and using the analysis to improve performance and efficiencies;
  • Professional designations related to statistics, engineering and/or analysis;
  • Experience with BAS and network communications protocols and/or other building automation and controls equipment.


Full time, exempt. Some instate and out of state travel is expected. 

To Apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to:

NEI is committed to developing a diverse staff.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

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