General Summary of Position:
Primarily responsible for evaluating the energy efficiency and Health & Safety of a building and identifying areas for saving by gathering empirical data, conducting tests, and using energy modeling software, in order to reduce the energy consumption, improve the safety, and increase the lifespan of a building; while improving the quality of life and comfort for building occupants. Successful management of the completion of jobs within budget and on time.
- Perform skills and abilities described by NREL Job Task Analysis: Energy Auditor and Quality Control Inspector specifications and content outline.
- Must obtain and maintain all required Weatherization certifications.
- Supervise Weatherization contractors and crews.
- Review, update and/or create needed documentation, policies and forms to remain in compliance with funding sources and agency standards.
- Work to consistently improve the practices and performance of the Weatherization program and Housing Division.
- Maintain professional attitude and rapport with co-workers, clients, business associates and the public in general.
- Complete all reports and forms that may be required both in-house and by project funding sources.
- Responsible for effective management of assigned tasks.
- Other duties may be assigned depending upon agency need and demonstrated capabilities.
- Adhere to all applicable policies and procedures in support of all programs according to Agency philosophy and intent.
Core Performance Responsibilities:
A critical part of employee performance is the consistency of the employee in following Agency standards, rules and regulations concerning timeliness of reports, quality and thoroughness of work performed, attendance, dress, compliance with administrative guidelines, leadership, teamwork and the ability to work well with and show respect for others. These are critical to every job and employee in the agency.
1. Must possess basic knowledge and physical stature to perform tasks related to basic housing construction including electrical, HVAC, water heater, general carpentry and basic plumbing.
2. Must possess, or obtain, all Weatherization certifications required by the state.
3. Must possess organizational skills to ensure maintenance of accurate records and appropriate documentation.
4. Must coordinate duties requiring some degree of discretion and judgment.
5. Must be a self-motivated individual who works well independently and without direct supervision.
6. Must possess a valid driver’s license.
7. Must carry liability insurance on personal vehicle and provide documentation of such upon request.
8. Must attend trainings in new or expanded areas of Weatherization and/or housing concerns, some which may require overnight travel.
9. Must have flexibility of movement to stoop, bend, climb 6 to 30 feet, operate machinery and power tools, and lift 50 pounds.
10. Job requires working outdoors year around, extreme temperatures of summer and winter included.
11. Qualified individuals should have no fear of heights or working in cramped, confined areas.