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SALARY: $18.37 /Hour
OPENING DATE: 08/11/17
CLOSING DATE: 08/25/17 11:59 PM
This grant-funded position is in the Community Development Neighborhood Conservation
Salary Grade: 41
Administers and implements housing rehabilitation and weatherization programs.
(Work assignments may vary depending on the department’s needs and will be communicated to the
applicant or incumbent by the supervisor.)
Promotes housing rehabilitation and weatherization programs through outreach programs, presentations to and discussions with property owners and community organizations and a variety of
Conducts classes in home maintenance and energy conservation;
Measures residential energy utilization and airborne pollutants;
Processes forms and reports for HUD, FMHA, TEP and state programs;
Inspects houses to determine need for rehabilitation and weatherization;
Advises recipients of loans of their rights and obligations, explaining program rules and legal
documents, with respect to rehabilitation programs;
Estimates the cost of rehabilitation and prepares complete specifications of work to be accomplished;
Makes on-site inspections of construction activities;
Conducts follow-up inspections to ascertain completion of corrective measures;
Advises residents on preventative measures necessary to maintain housing standards to minimize utility expenditures and to avoid sanitary problems and hazards;
Mediates owner/contractor conflicts and resolves owner complaints concerning relocation, changeorders, and warranty requirements;
Participates in procurement and bidding activities in compliance with housing and urban development administration regulations, state laws and county policies.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
Date posted to website: August 15, 2017
Social Development Commission is recruiting a weatherization manager:
Job Purpose: Responsible for the coordination and admistration of SDC’s Housing programs and initiatives including the state Weatherization Program serving approximately 750 families per year with a staff of approximately 24 personnel and annual budget of approximatey $6.3M.
Administration of SDC/City of Milwaukee’s Neighborhood Improvement Project serving approximately 18 families with a staff of 2 and annual budget of approximately $556K. Directly supervise staff and $3M budget for 3-year Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration grant using subcontractors and outside training vendors.
Responsible for successful outcomes to clients, financial and quality control reporting to funding sources and the evaluation and development of staff to support current and future project initiatives.
Provide highest quality of services and responsiveness to all of SDC clients and stakeholders For more information and to apply online click here.
Date posted to website: June 12, 2017
Washington State is recruiting for a Weatherization Field Monitor. The Housing Improvements and Preservation (HIP) Unit within the Energy Division is recruiting for a Commerce Specialist 3 Weatherization Field Monitor. This position is located in Olympia, Washington. To view the complete recruitment announcement, please visit careers.wa.gov.
If you have questions regarding the duties of this position, please contact:
Lindsey Henderson at 360-725-2650 or
To apply for this position, create a profile (if you haven’t already done so) and apply through the Online Recruitment System.
Date posted to website: May 19, 2017
ENERGY SERVICES PROGRAM OFFICER
Vermont Department for Children & Families Weatherization Program The Vermont Weatherization Program has an exciting and rewarding opportunity for an energy efficiency professional to join our Program. You will provide training and technical assistance to the 5 local Weatherization providers as well be responsible for quality control / quality assurance of the Vermont Weatherization Program. You must have significant experience in the residential energy field and or applicable BPI certifications and strong interpersonal and communication skills.
For more information, contact Geoff Wilcox at 802-241-0943 or email Geoff.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reference Job ID# 620627
Full Time, Limited Service Position
Application Deadline: June 1, 2017
Date posted to website: May 9, 2017
Occupational Category: Engineering and Architecture
Class Definition: Position is responsible for ensuring that quality services are provided to eligible Vermonters by five Weatherization Assistance Programs (WAPS) in a regulatory compliant, technically sound and fiscally responsible manner. Also responsible for development of programmatic technical policy, training, quality control monitoring and budget review and approval decisions for high cost weatherization projects. Work is performed under the direction of the weatherization Administrator. All employees of the Agency of Human Services perform their respective functions adhering to four key practices: customer service, holistic service, strength-based relationships and results orientation.
You can apply online by clicking here.
Contact Geoff Wilcox at Geoff.email@example.com or 802-279-7964 for any questions.
Date Posted to website: January 13, 2017
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