Provide assistance to Lead Weatherization Auditor on energy audits and coordinate subcontractors to perform cost effective energy saving measures. Services include assisting Lead WAP Auditor on Home Performance audits using approved diagnostic equipment, tests shall include visual inspections along with blower door diagnostics to determine duct and envelope leakage, combustion appliance and combustion appliance zone test, gas leak and draft tests. Documents all pre/post results and completes reports per WAP or EPA Home Performance contracts.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Obtain work orders from Supervisor or Crew Foreman
- Set up appointments with clients/contractors for work to be done
- May be required to assess repairs to determine if they meet the program scope
- Conduct test procedures including CO, CAZ, Draft testing and Pressure Diagnostics both pre and post
- May be required to draft scope of work for contractors
- Assist Lead Auditor to monitor individual project budget to ensure that all work is performed within funding guidelines and project caps.
- Help Lead Auditor to educate homeowner about scope of work and about how they can conserve energy and increase energy efficiency.
- Issue Notice to Proceed to contractors
- Perform periodic inspections of work in process to ensure quality repairs are being performed
- Complete all required paperwork in a timely and proper manner
- Refer clients to proper agencies for other services needed
- Ensure contract compliance, following all Weatherization or Home Performance program procedures and holding contractors accountable for work performed.
- Perform final inspections of sub contractors’ completed projects and issue punch list as needed.
- Participate in audits and program monitoring activities by local, state and federal monitors
- Always act in a professional manner when engaging in conversation with fellow employees, clients and contractors and dress in appropriate field attire wearing FSL shirt or polo and casual jeans wear.
- Work well with other members of the team to ensure ongoing success of the program.
- Flexible to work in all programs within the department and follow the proper procedures.
- Other duties as needed (such as performing repairs to non-ARRA funded projects if there is no Weatherization or Home Performance work available).
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- General knowledge in carpentry, heating/cooling, plumbing, electrical, handicap modifications and energy and water conservation
- Must have valid AZ driver’s license
- Must keep current auto insurance
- Must be insurable by Foundation for Senior Living when driving FSL vehicles
- Must be able to perform work that requires stooping and bending
- Must be able to lift 35 pounds on a regular basis
- Must be able to lift 50 pounds on an occasional basis
- Must not have any restrictions for physical work for which reasonable accommodation cannot be made
WORK EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:
- At least three years’ experience in general repairs
- High school diploma or GED
- More than five years’ experience in general repairs
- One year performing diagnostic testing and energy audits
- BPI Certification
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