BOSTON HOUSING AUTHORITY
JOB TITLE: UTILITY DATA COORDINATOR
SALARY RANGE: $40,833.51 to $47,856.34
POSTING DATE: January 17, 2014
APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 24, 2014
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit a cover letter along with a resume or employment application to the Director
of Human Resources, 52 Chauncy Street, 9th
Floor, Boston, MA 02111
Under direct supervision of the BHA Energy Manager, the Utility Data Coordinator will support the Boston
Housing Authority’s Strategic Sustainability Plan with particular emphasis on building and utility data
management. The Utility Data Coordinator will be responsible for managing the monthly processing of
Energy and Water consumption and cost data, including both Supply and Delivery for Electricity and Natural
Gas, Oil, Water and Sewer and Alternative Energy.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provide oversight and support to BHA’s Utility Management Software (Mass Energy Insight or
• Provide research and data retrieval as requested for HUD, DHCD, Energy Performance Contracts
and BHA collaborative research projects and other projects.
• Work as part of a study team including Harvard School of Public Health to measure the effects of “
green” projects on resident health.
• Provide support to the Energy Manager in the implementation and documentation of the HUD Energy
Audit across BHA’s building portfolio.
• Provide support for BHA’s efforts to implement HUD’s Green Physical Needs Assessment
• Performs other related duties as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Requires strong computer skills, including word processing, spreadsheet and database programs, data
entry, graphing and e-mail. An Associate’s degree in a related field is required. A Bachelor’s Degree in a
related field is strongly preferred. Experience with energy audits, data analysis and general knowledge of
residential energy use is preferred. Must possess exceptional organizational skills and demonstrable writing
skills. Must be reliable and be able to maintain strict confidentiality. Must be physically able to walk up three
flights of stairs. The ability to work successfully in both an office setting and in the field is essential. Must
also be able to multi-task and work independently and as part of a team. Experience working with a diverse,
low-income population is preferred. Prior research experience is highly desirable.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply