BPI is seeking a Florida-based individual to be a Technical Relations Representative.

This individual will: Serve as a technical resource for BPI staff and outside the organization for BPI’s client base and stakeholders; assist in updating technical standards, manuals, and testing procedures; perform QA job-site evaluations when required and provides technical training as needed; and more.

Must have, or obtain within 6 months of hire date, the following BPI certifications: Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Professional; Building Analyst Professional; Heating Professional; Envelope Professional; Manufactured Housing Professional, reach BPI Super Proctor status, HEP Energy Auditor; and Quality Control Inspector.

Learn more and apply directly through our Jobs Page: http://bpi.org/find-a-job.

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Hi Quinn,

You might want to also post this on the Job Board.

Thanks,

Diane

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