GoodCents Solutions is seeking a Field Technician who will be responsible for the installation of all facets of residential energy efficiency measures as may be defined by program for a utility. Working out of Ames or Mason City, Iowa, you will be an integral part of an exciting program.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Serves as a representative of GoodCents displaying courtesy, tact, consideration, and discretion in all interactions with clients and with the public
  • Fully understand all program requirements and standards
  • Install home energy assessment measures
  • Identify home air leaks, where required
  • Identify air leaks in HVAC ductwork, where required
  • Insulate water heaters and install pipes insulation wrap, where required
  • Knowledge of program requirements and standards
  • Knowledge of residential energy use
  • QA/QC each weatherization job after work is complete when required
  • Ability to identify additional work opportunities

                                       

Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 2 years of relevant construction experience, preferred
  • 1 year of relevant residential energy usage and/or utility programs, preferred
  • 1 year experience with blower door testing, preferred
  • BPI certification preferred
  • OSHA certification
  • Proven track record in the HVAC, weatherization, construction or similar industry
  • Good communication, math, and computer skills
  • Ability to work safely
  • Positive attitude
  • Valid driver’s license with satisfactory driving record. No OWI for ten years on record.
  • Willingness to travel when needed
  • Willingness to work flexible hours to include Saturdays when necessary
  • Ability and willingness to learn

Qualified candidates should send their resume to lisa.hawkins@goodcents.com.  Only eligible candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Lisa Hawkins

Program Director

5615 4th St Ct SW, Unit 2

Cedar Rapids, IA 52404

Mobile:  319-359-0576

Email:    lisa.hawkins@goodcents.com

Web:     www.goodcents.com

 

 

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