Looking for multiple Home Energy Raters in East Bay, South Bay and North Bay area.

  • Do you seek a career with a flexible schedule that allows a strong work/life balance?
  • Do you seek freedom in the workplace?
  • Do you enjoy working independently?
  • Are you good in math and eager to learn about Building Science?

If you answered yes to these questions, this may be the position for you.

The Energuy is a mission-driven company of Home Energy Raters, one of the largest in California. We provide Title 24 Energy Code compliance testing /verifications, and Home Energy Ratings for Energy Upgrade California. Our expertise helps homeowners increase their energy efficiency, reduce their utility bills, and make their homes more comfortable, more durable, and safer & healthier to live in. We also helped them get back $3 million in rebates in 2015 alone (and over $13 million to date).

The Energuy is looking to add motivated, intelligent, and energetic people to join our team. While each Rater works independently, we actively promote a team environment with heavy emphasis on cross training, mentoring, and career advancement.

(see www.calcerts.com for information about the HERs rater industry)

This career offers:

  • Competitive pay: up to $20.00 for certified experienced Raters
  • Mileage that is reimbursed at $0.40 per mile
  • Independence and Freedom
  • Lot's of flexibilty in scheduling.
  • Hands-on field work
  • A chance to help people and improve the environment.

However, successful Raters are also highly responsible people willing to do what it takes to get the job done.Although not required, prior HVAC experience, construction experience, HERS training, and/or Spanish fluency is a plus.

The ideal candidate for the position would:

  • Possess a valid California driver's license and a substantially clean driving history
  • Have a reliable car and auto insurance
  • Highly organized with strong time management skills
  • Be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
  • Be good at math and eager to learn
  • Have basic computer skills including the ability to scan, fax and email
  • Possess a smart phone and be responsive to calls & texts
  • Ability to provide exceptional customer service
  • Capable of completing work on a timely basis
  • Availability week days, some evenings, and Saturdays, and for overnight travel up to 10%

Physical requirements include

  • The ability to crawl through confined, dark spaces, such as attics and crawlspaces
  • Climbing ladders
  • Carrying equipment up to 50 lbs

If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to learn more, please forward your resume to cam@energuy.com.

Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to the individual's race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, genetic information, status as a military veteran or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

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