Deeper Green Consulting

Home Performance Expert

Job Description:

Deeper Green Consulting is seeking a Home Performance Expert to cover our Summit and Eagle County territory. The Home Performance Expert will be responsible for providing consulting services to homeowners, property managers, and contractors.  Services include energy code inspections, conducting home energy assessments, performance ratings, providing estimates for home performance work.  The position requires a technical background in energy management and/or green building with the ability to multitask and effectively communicate both technical details and project benefits. 

The Home Performance Expert will work with other team members to efficiently and effectively complete all project duties.  Depending on the work schedule and customer requirements the candidate will also be asked to assist with home upgrade projects. Team members will be required to ensure compliance with Industry Standards and OSHA and other safety work practices while working.

 

Job Requirements:

A qualified Home Performance Expert will apply their technical skills and knowledge in the identification and analysis of building science and performance improvements.  Additionally, the candidate will effectively communicate recommendations and home performance upgrade options to homeowners and the building community. 

  • Conduct detailed home performance assessments in accordance with established guidelines and partner requirements.
  • Construction knowledge and green building experience with the ability to perform “take-offs” from construction drawings.
  • Develop proposals for home performance upgrades and other consulting services.
  • Conceptual and practical understanding of energy efficiency and renewable energy.
  • Ability to present assessment recommendations to homeowners.
  • Perform building performance tests and analysis.
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to provide timely follow-up.
  • Reliable vehicle and clean driving record are required.
  • Ability to use MS Office Programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc).
  • Strong computer aptitude with ability to manage complex data in home performance software and CRM databases.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree, preferably with major/minor in building, engineering, or environmental field.

 Building Performance Institute (BPI) Building Analyst certification. Experience with energy audits and energy ratings, including blower door, infrared camera, duct blaster, and basic energy upgrades.

AND/OR

RESNET Rater certification, experience with ENERGY STAR HOMES programs.

Although the above certifications are strongly preferred, equivalent engineering or green building/construction experience with the willingness to earn the above certifications may be considered.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Deeper Green Consulting values team members with a desire to grow with the company.  This position offers areas for advancement.  Team members are encouraged to obtain industry certifications and technical training.  We are the mountain region's premier green building experts and construction industry consultants. 

Precious experience developing relationships with local governments, businesses, builders, architects, etc.  Capability to develop strategy and funding sources for energy programs.  Passionate about all facets of environmental stewardship.

 

To Apply:

Please send a resume and cover letter describing why you are a good fit for the position to admin@deepergreenconsulting.com

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