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Energy Analyst, BPI

The Energy Analyst visits homes of customers to identify conditions that affect energy efficiency and recommends actions to improve safety, comfort and possible savings. These actions can include weatherization, insulation, and deeper green retrofits.  Assessor will also install simple energy saving devices including CFL light bulbs, power strips, faucet aerators, low-flow showerheads and other energy saving measures as relevant. Salary based on experience and commission.

Responsibilities

  • Positively engage customers to gather household energy data, such as type of heating system, number of persons home during day, thermostat setting, and prior year’s energy costs
  • Conduct Home Performance with Energy Star style test in audits, including blower door, duct blaster, infrared camera, combustion safety and CAZ tests in attics, crawl spaces, living space and basements
  • Note conditions that contribute to excessive energy loss, such as major air leakage, poorly performing or inadequate insulation, dilapidated windows, and uninsulated pipes
  • Report potentially unsafe conditions and recommend solutions
  • Install approved energy efficient measures as needed, i.e. CFL light bulbs, faucet aerators, etc.
  • Record test results and site data into software programs to generate energy audit reports for possible future contracts

Requirements
A minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a discipline related to construction or building sciences; estimating or site auditing experience is preferred
High School or Trade School degree in a discipline related to construction or building sciences; college degree in relevant field is preferred
Personable disposition to interact with customers effectively
Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
BPI certifications in Building Analyst, Envelope Professional
BPI certifications in Heating Professional preferred
Lead based paint training preferred
Familiar with OSHA safety requirements.  OSHA 10 hr preferred
Ability to safely use basic hand and power tools
Previous weatherization or insulation experience
Knowledge of HVAC and building performance
Good knowledge of basic 120v residential electrical
Some knowledge of basic HVAC installation and code
Graduates of weatherization training programs preferred
Effectively work with others and to be part of a team
Must be able to climb ladders and stairs, comfortably lift 50+ pounds repetitively, and must be able to work on your feet for long periods of time
Ability to work in extreme environments, e.g. hot sun, below freezing, crawl spaces, etc.
Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation

Email or Fax resume to info@sdc-llc.net or 240-554-2414