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Assistant Program Coordinator, API Infrastructure
Engineering, Architecture, ＆ Planning with NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS)
$54,100 - $62,215 per year
NYC All Boroughs
Last updated on Mar 17, 2023
DCAS’s mission is to make city government work for all New Yorkers. From managing New York City’s most iconic courthouses and municipal buildings, to purchasing over $1 billion annually in goods and services for more than 80 City agencies — what we do ensures that all agencies can deliver on their mission. Our reach touches every facet of city government and is instrumental to the successful day-to-day operations of the City of New York.
Our commitment to equity, effectiveness and sustainability guides our work providing City agencies with the critical resources and support needed to succeed, including:
• Recruiting, hiring, and training City employees.
• Managing 55 public buildings.
• Acquiring, selling, and leasing City property.
• Purchasing over $1 billion in goods and services for City agencies.
• Overseeing the greenest municipal vehicle fleet in the country.
• Leading the City’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions from government operations.
When you work at DCAS, you’re not just working for one agency, but in service of them all. It’s an opportunity to provide impactful support, quality customer service, and help protect the future of New York City for generations to come. Visit our website at nyc.gov/dcas to learn more about the work we do.
The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) Division of Energy Management (DEM) serves as the hub for emissions reduction and energy management for the City government portfolio. DEM develops the City’s annual utility energy budget; manages the City’s utility accounts; helps our agency partners identify and pursue energy-saving opportunities at their facilities; leads energy efficiency and distributed generation projects across the City’s portfolio; and helps implement operations and maintenance best practices.
Broadly, DEM is tasked with leading the City’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from City government operations 40 percent by 2025 (40×25), 50 percent by 2030 (50×30), and 80 percent by 2050 (80×50). Beyond 40×25, 50×30, and 80×50, the City has also made other energy-related commitments, such as pledging to install 100 MW of solar photovoltaic on City buildings by 2025. DEM works closely with our agency partners to help them reduce emissions and improve energy management in their facilities, including providing them with project funding, project delivery vehicles, technical expertise, staff resources, strategic planning support, and data analytics.
The Assistant Program Coordinator, Agency Planning and Implementation (API) – Infrastructure will work within DEM’s Operations Unit, under the guidance of the Senior Program Manager/Sector Lead – Infrastructure but in extremely close coordination with DEM’s other units.
The Assistant Program Coordinator will be charged with responsibilities including, but not limited to, the following:
1. Data Management | Oversee their sector team’s data management activities: make project updates in building energy data platforms and business systems, collect data, compile reports, develop and recommend additional performance indicators.
2. Data Collection | Regularly communicate with agencies partners to collect, reconcile and update facility data.
3. Project Tracking | Provide cross-DEM support to respond to agency requests and ensure internal timelines/project activities are completed.
4. Data Reporting | Conduct weekly, monthly and quarterly reporting activities.
5. Data Tool Development | Work collaboratively with peers across sector teams to develop program tools and guidelines for effective data management and quality control.
6. Agency Engagement | Take a consultative approach to agency relationships and commitment to first-class customer service.
7. Intra-Division Coordination | Provide overall support to the unit and division.
1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and two years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties described above; or
2. High school graduation or equivalent and six years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties as described above; or
3. Education and/or experience which is equivalent to “1” or “2” above. However, all candidates must have at least one year of experience as described in “1” above.