High end, established Home Performance Contracting company is looking for the right person to join our growing company. Candidates need to have basic construction/ carpentry experience and a passion for energy efficiency. The right candidate also has great personal communications skills and is comfortable speaking with all types of customers. Experience in energy auditing and/or weatherization is a plus. A BPI certified person would be ideal and would lend itself to a higher pay range.

This is a perfect position for a motivated, positive, hard working person who believes in helping people save energy and making their homes more comfortable. Every day is different and rewarding.

A Weatherization Technician is responsible for:

  • Blower door setup and testing
  • Making energy efficient improvements to the home such as air-sealing using one and two part foam and insulating (mostly cellulose and rigid/ spray foam). We also install various types of ventilation such as exhaust fans and HRV’s
  • Informing customers of other energy saving opportunities
  • Keeping a meticulously clean working environment

The candidate will have his/her own transportation and a valid driver’s license. Basic hand tools are required. This is an immediate opening. The position requires traveling throughout the Central Maine area (Penobscot, Hancock, and Waldo counties mostly) and occasionally overnights (food/ lodging paid for).

We offer a very competitive wage; 2 weeks paid earned time, IRA contribution, holiday pay, and opportunities for growth. If interested, please email a cover letter and your resume to: mdamon@penobscothomeperformance.com or call 207.469.6100.

Our office is located in Bucksport, Maine.

Tags: Maine, Weatherization

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