We are looking for an Energy Auditor to work with homeowners in various towns throughout Massachusetts who want to reduce costs and improve energy efficiency performance in their homes. The Energy Auditor is responsible for educating homeowners on improving energy efficiency and explaining program offerings available to them. As an Energy Auditor, you will assist with identifying applicable rebates and motivate the homeowners to implement the recommendations. You will calculate estimated savings and produce reports based on the findings of the audit. This is a short-term assignment of approximately 6 months.
What You Offer:
Must be able to learn building science. Ideal candidates will reside in central Massachusetts. Must have a driver’s license, a good driving record, access to a reliable, insured vehicle, and be able to drive extensively throughout Massachusetts. Must be able to work independently and spend the majority of time in the field. Ability to learn various utility program offerings and analyze usage patterns. Ability to provide excellent customer service and education about improving home energy efficiency. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and work effectively as part of a team. This is a great opportunity for someone who likes working with people, is strong in math, and who is interested in breaking into the field of energy efficiency and building science. We are looking for someone with enthusiasm for the non-profit community mission of CET.
What We Offer:
Although the job is short term, we offer the full range of benefits, including health and dental insurance, paid time off, and a retirement plan. We cultivate a friendly and supportive environment to help us achieve our mission impact goals.
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