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NASCSP seeks a dynamic, self-starter to assist in communications and programmatic efforts for the Weatherization Assistance Program. The Communications Intern will work independently and, in a team, to fulfill organizational goals and initiatives. The Communications Intern will report to the Senior Public Affairs Specialist. Position is focused on two key projects based in the Weatherization Assistance Program portfolio. Successful interns will have a deeper understanding of the WAP, anti-poverty programs, and the development and deployment of related communications strategies. Successful applicants must be based in the Washington D.C. metro area. Duration: 10 – 20 weeks Hours: 15-20 hours per week, Monday-Friday Salary: $20 per hour To Apply:  Please email internship@nascsp.org with your resume and cover letter. Put Communication Intern in the Subject line followed by your last name. For best consideration please apply by May 10, 2024. Click here to view the full posting!

NASCSP seeks a dynamic, self-starter to assist in communications and programmatic efforts for the Weatherization Assistance Program. The Communications Intern will work independently and, in a team, t...

The Opportunity: We are currently seeking an HVAC Training Specialist to join our team. In this role you will be responsible for delivering HVAC related training content in a small classroom/lab setting at our training center; and to visit outside locations to assist other HVAC professionals in solving HVAC related issues in home settings. We are currently seeking a self-motivated, inspiring individual who is passionate about HVAC to join our training team that is small but mighty! Major Roles and Responsibilities · Conduct training courses from existing training content to small groups of adult learners utilizing PowerPoint and hands-on training · Maintain update to date knowledge of existing and new HVAC related technologies · Have a strong understanding of how to install and problem solve heat pump systems and gas appliances · Develop/revise objectives, lesson plans, teaching aids and testing methods for training courses · Provide in-field technical assistance and course follow-up visits for IN-CAA’s training contracts and customers, as identified. · Evaluate daily and overall progress of training course participants Click here to view the full posting!

The Opportunity: We are currently seeking an HVAC Training Specialist to join our team. In this role you will be responsible for delivering HVAC related training content in a small […]

Description Champaign County Regional Planning Commission is currently seeking a Weatherization Trainer to join our team in the Indoor Climate Research and Training (ICRT) division! Champaign County RPC is a people-focused agency made up of over 100 programs designed to generate possibilities for all within our community. A great deal of planning goes into creating opportunities where people can succeed on their own, and RPC is doing that work. This position is an excellent opportunity for someone who desires to make a societal impact! Under the guidance of the Assistance Director of Education, provide Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program, energy-related, and healthy home instruction to students in the classroom, online, and in the field as a member of the Indoor Climate Research and Training (ICRT) team. This position will ensure delivery of assigned duties and program services in accordance with the Agency Vision, Mission, and Values and applicable program contracts, manuals, and guidelines. Click here to view the full job post and requirements.

Description Champaign County Regional Planning Commission is currently seeking a Weatherization Trainer to join our team in the Indoor Climate Research and Training (ICRT) division! Champaign County R...

Slipstream is a national, mission-driven organization that accelerates climate solutions. For everyone. We inspire new solutions to big energy challenges. We are seeking a Technical Services Project Manager, to oversee the planning, development, and implementation of various weatherization focused projects in support of local program provider and contractor staff as they work to truly make an impact!

Do you want to build an equitable clean energy future? Do you have experience and knowledge of the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)? Do you have a basic understanding of building science principles and energy efficiency retrofit measures? Do you possess strong leadership and facilitation skills? Have you cross functional team and communication skills? Then, Slipstream needs you.

We partner with governments, philanthropies, and utilities to discover, test, and scale new solutions that save - and decarbonize - energy. We collaborate with communities of color, rural communities, and tribal nations to address historic inequities in the health and economic benefits of clean energy. We're optimistic, inclusive, and ambitious about our impact.

Our ideal Technical Services Project Manager has experience in project and team management, developing supporting processes and materials, and organizing multiple priorities. Show us how you collaborate and how you include under-represented perspectives to drive better ideas.

We encourage candidates from different backgrounds. You are the key to the success of our organization by demonstrating our values, engaging in our mission, and creating results that will produce enduring economic and environmental benefits for all. Our physical office is in Madison, WI. While this is a remote position, the Technical Services Project Manager will need to regularly come into the Madison office and will also be required to travel to support training and other technical assistance activities primarily within Wisconsin.

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Slipstream is a national, mission-driven organization that accelerates climate solutions. For everyone. We inspire new solutions to big energy challenges. We are seeking a Technical Services Project ...

Position Duties: The Department of Housing and Community Development is seeking an experienced and self-motivated Community Engagement Associate. This is a unique opportunity for a qualified candidate to join our team during a period of significant growth in the industry for a long-term career that includes a competitive salary, State benefits, industry-standard continuing education, and a hybrid work schedule. The Job Review Specialist is a highly skilled professional applying their understanding of building science, energy diagnostic and modeling methodologies, energy conservation measures, concepts and practices to ensure effective energy retrofits in single- and multi-family buildings. This position is responsible for the review and approval of energy audits and studies, energy conservation scope of work, construction specifications, cost review, work progression and payment requests. The Job Review Specialist may be responsible for guiding a project through the stages of the funding process, including initial application, funding request evaluation, selection of a scope of work, construction, and closeout of the project. The Job Review Specialist must be familiar with building science principles, stay up to date on changing energy codes, and stay informed of ever-changing energy program requirements. The energy retrofit work may be part of a more comprehensive substantial or moderate rehabilitation effort funded with additional State funds, or be a stand-alone energy retrofit project. Certain new construction projects are eligible for funding. Typical project size will be 1 to 5 units and may involve townhouse, low-rise, mid-rise, or high-rise construction. Click here to view the full posting!

Position Duties: The Department of Housing and Community Development is seeking an experienced and self-motivated Community Engagement Associate. This is a unique opportunity for a qualified candidate...

Position Duties The Program Associate is responsible for answering customer calls and resolving their concerns, reviewing and approving applications for Special Loans Housing Rehabilitation services. This position is responsible for ensuring client applications and requests are completed in a timely manner. With a good understanding of the State Department of Finance processes, this position will set up vendors, make requests for encumbrances and process requests for payments. To ensure proper record keeping, this position will complete the task of the scanning and retention of loan packages. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in customer service, organization, and case management. This is a unique opportunity for a qualified candidate to join our team during a period of significant growth in the industry for a long-term career that includes a competitive salary, State benefits, industry-standard continuing education, and a hybrid work schedule. Click here to view the full posting!

Position Duties The Program Associate is responsible for answering customer calls and resolving their concerns, reviewing and approving applications for Special Loans Housing Rehabilitation services. ...

Position Duties: The main purpose of this position: is to provide general support of an administrative and financial nature to employees in CDA Finance and the Division of Development Finance, thereby supporting the goals of CDA and the mission of DHCD as described in MFR documents. This position provides: assistance to the Single Family Sub-Servicing team, Multifamily Servicing team and Servicing Supervisor with examining, analyzing, and interpreting financial data in CDA's multi-billion mortgage loan portfolios finance with revenue bond proceeds. This position performs reconciliations of single-family bond series, and interprets, analyzes, and translates multifamily loan closing documents to setup new multifamily loan accounts. The incumbent will also assist the Multifamily Accountants in mortgage servicing by performing manual billings, reviewing and monitoring disbursements for real estate taxes, insurance premiums and escrow reserves within the multifamily bond portfolio. Click here to view the full posting.

Position Duties: The main purpose of this position: is to provide general support of an administrative and financial nature to employees in CDA Finance and the Division of Development Finance, [&helli...

Unit: Weatherization Assistance Program Reports To: WAP Associate Director Classification: Non-classified, exempt Location: Statewide - Anywhere in Colorado with access to a reliable internet connection Annual Salary: $80-$87k Travel: up to 10% Overview The mission of the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and consumer energy costs by advancing clean energy, energy efficiency, and zero emission vehicles to benefit all Coloradans. CEO develops and implements programming to support that mission and achieve outcomes within Colorado’s energy sectors. The Colorado Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP), as part of CEO, provides energy efficiency and renewable energy retrofits to income-qualified Colorado residents.These retrofits include LED light bulbs, high efficiency furnaces and refrigerators, building shell insulation, and rooftop solar arrays, among others. WAP operates in all 64 Colorado counties and serves Colorado’s diverse population of residents through its local service providers. The Policy Analyst is a new position which will be a key part of the CEO WAP team and will work with service providers, funders, and other stakeholders to help deliver WAP services. We are committed to increasing the diversity of our staff and providing culturally responsive programs and services. Therefore, we encourage responses from people of diverse backgrounds and abilities. Out of state applicants are welcome to apply if the applicant is willing to relocate to Colorado at their own expense. Apply before the closing date of March 12, 2024.  Click here to view the full posting!

Unit: Weatherization Assistance Program Reports To: WAP Associate Director Classification: Non-classified, exempt Location: Statewide – Anywhere in Colorado with access to a reliable interne...

Position Duties: The Critical Repair Construction Management Officer (CRCMO) is a highly skilled professional that analyzes residential properties, evaluates plans, specifications and contractors’ bids; inspect rehabilitation work. This position also recommends construction draws of project funds; monitors local housing agencies administration of Single-Family Housing (SFH) programs; and provides technical assistance to loan applicants, local governments and contractors on loan programs offered by SFH. In addition, the incumbent will be responsible to identify deviation from the scope of work and acceptable quality in workmanship and materials. The incumbent also works with the Special Loans team to ensure that applicants and contractors understand the program guidelines and that all work is completed within these parameters. The incumbent is required to have in-depth knowledge of building systems, codes, and regulations relevant to residential construction. Considerable knowledge of the materials, methods, and practices used in various types of construction and of the stages in construction; codes, regulations, and ordinances governing construction, alteration, and repair. Ability to recognize complex conditions likely to result in collapse or failure of facilities and structures under construction. The CRCMO will look for opportunities to impact housing overall energy conservation by identifying eligible services through our weatherization programs. Click here for the full posting!

Position Duties: The Critical Repair Construction Management Officer (CRCMO) is a highly skilled professional that analyzes residential properties, evaluates plans, specifications and contractors’ b...

Position Duties This position evaluates the work performed by Local Weatherization Agencies and State Weatherization Contractors. Evaluations consist of site visits, desk-top data monitoring and training and technical assistance to network partners. This position may administer CDA specialized programs that may include but not limited to CDA Energy weatherization loans or grants pertaining to single family housing and or multifamily housing, community revitalization or commercial projects. This position will assist DHCD Single Family Energy Programs’ senior managers achieve the production goals of the funding sources and ensure compliance with program rules and regulations.  This employee may also examine, analyze, review and approve proposed contractors, architects, plans and specifications, construction estimates, work scope, environmental investigations and other related analysis on projects selected for multi-family weatherization financing or grants within CDA Energy. This position is also responsible for monitoring the progression of funded projects and may include approving requisitions at varying stages of construction. The work may require travel throughout the State of Maryland to attend conferences, hearings, meetings, or site inspections. Click here to view the full posting.

Position Duties This position evaluates the work performed by Local Weatherization Agencies and State Weatherization Contractors. Evaluations consist of site visits, desk-top data monitoring and train...

Core Job Duties: The Field Inspectors/Trainers will be responsible for conducting technical program monitoring and home inspections to assure compliance with WAP program standards and regulations, write program reports, and provide training and technical assistance on WAP requirements to support the success of local Weatherization agencies and subcontractors. Home inspections include going into homes, attics, crawl spaces and under mobile homes. The Field Inspectors/Trainers will utilize a WAP computerized residential energy audit and diagnostic tools in conducting inspections and provide training and technical assistance to subgrantees on using the audit and associated tools.  This position is required to be Energy Auditor (EA) and Quality Control Inspector (QCI) certified within 6 months of beginning this position. View the full job posting here and apply before February 29, 2024!

Core Job Duties: The Field Inspectors/Trainers will be responsible for conducting technical program monitoring and home inspections to assure compliance with WAP program standards and regulations, wri...

Functions

Directs the activities of a small to medium-sized professional and administrative support staff through lower-level supervisors, including hiring, training, evaluating job performance of subordinates, and coordinating work assignments. Coordinates and monitors the implementation of grants, contracts, and/or loan programs by overseeing funding procedures, developing goals and objectives, and monitoring implementation to ensure compliance with institution policies, laws, and regulations. Prepares financial reports, negotiates funding sources, monitors disbursements and invoices involving granting and contracting agencies, and allocates resources for programs. Prepares statistical reports by analyzing grant information, develops record keeping procedures, and disseminates information to program participants and funding sources concerning new programs or changes. Reviews grants for compliance, recommends reallocation of funds, and researches and recommends sources for new funding. Performs other duties as assigned.

Preferred Quaifications

  • Master's degree and 1 year of supervisory experience or bachelor's degree and 2 years of supervisory experience
  • Understanding of residential weatherization
  • Experience researching and drafting policies that comply with federal regulations
  • Experience developing and monitoring programs based on approved policy
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and handle unanticipated needs and requests
  • Experience working with a staff team assigned to a program or project
  • Excellent speaking, writing, and presentation skills using a variety of tools, such as PowerPoint, and video conferencing systems, such as Zoom
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Functions Directs the activities of a small to medium-sized professional and administrative support staff through lower-level supervisors, including hiring, training, evaluating job performance of sub...

Position Duties: The Program Associate is responsible for answering and fulfilling administrative requests from network partners like the release of duplicates, answering customer calls and resolving their concerns, reviewing and approving applications for grant weatherization services, tracking lead assignments, and assisting program managers with administrative tasks. This position will assist department staff with ensuring client applications and requests are completed in a timely manner. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in customer service, organization, and case management. This is a unique opportunity for a qualified candidate to join our team during a period of significant growth in the industry for a long-term career that includes a competitive salary, State benefits, industry-standard continuing education, and a hybrid work schedule. Click here to view the full posting!

Position Duties: The Program Associate is responsible for answering and fulfilling administrative requests from network partners like the release of duplicates, answering customer calls and resolving ...

This position assists the Assistant Director of Energy in planning, organizing, directing and coordinating the Weatherization Unit’s programs and is fully empowered to act on behalf of the Assistant Director. DUTIES:
  1. Leadership and collaboration: Represent Commerce on program-related state, regional, and national associations and advisory groups; promotes and maintain strong, creative, and strategic partnerships with entities under program contract, non-profit organizations, federal funding agencies, other state agencies, consumer advocates, and industry representatives.
  2. Lead and organize: Provide clear direction while allowing employees to organize their own time and work. Orchestrate individual and teams collaboration by helping connect people, ideas, and work to leverage our collective talents. Organize unit structure to maximize available resources; support effective interpersonal communication and cooperation; establish goals and strategic direction; set priorities and timelines; delegate responsibilities for unit staff to achieve desired outcomes, as well as track and oversee tasks performed by staff being supervised by other unit supervisors. Engage in active succession planning to ensure program continuity during periods of change and development.
  3. Plan, align, deploy, develop workforce: Provide vision and help connect strategy, tactics, and tasks to our people and their work. Help groups and individuals understand how their contributions align with our strategic direction. Assess work to be performed; establish the number of employees required; determine body of work needed to meet program responsibilities with available resources; conduct and direct hiring; identify and support training and mentoring needs and opportunities, as well as provide regular feedback, coaching, and guidance; set goals and expectations; evaluate job performance; correct performance.
  4. Performance accountability: Calculate risk, evaluate benefits and tradeoffs; align decisions to strategy. Balance inspiring employees and driving employees for results. Help team members and peers achieve our goals. Direct development and application of consistent monitoring and inspection protocol; set up systems to ensure contractors receive required monitoring and inspections; ensure timely preparation of monitoring and inspection reports; establish system to collect and analyze contractor performance data; prepare reports on program achievements, both internal and external, including Results Commerce; conduct regular program evaluations to show cost, benefits, and improvement strategies
  5. Fiscal accountability: Plan and control unit’s budget to ensure efficient and accountable use of unit resources, to keep in alignment with state budget authority and allotment expectations; set up systems for contractor authority, invoicing, reasonableness, approval, and processing
  6. Program administration: Direct development of clear program contract terms, polices, and procedures; ensure that policies and procedures are effectively aligned with statutes and rules, the agency’s strategic plan and performance expectations, and the authorizing authority
  7. Communication: Expand influence by supporting convening and storytelling. Articulately and professionally speak and present before external stakeholders, including the legislature and congress, other state agencies, federal agencies, national associations, agency boards and advisory groups, contractors and partners; review and write correspondence and reports.
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This position assists the Assistant Director of Energy in planning, organizing, directing and coordinating the Weatherization Unit’s programs and is fully empowered to act on behalf of the Assistant...

Position Duties: The main purpose of this position is to oversee the success of the energy programs in meeting program participation goals. The Business Development Manager is responsible for establishing and fostering relationships with energy program partners, including other state agencies, local governments, non-profits, homeowners, and others to optimize the deployment of programs, continually improve the programs’ image, foster a greater statewide awareness, and help Maryland citizens gain access to the energy programs. This position evaluates past and current energy program performance by tracking relevant performance data such as number of applications, type of applications, participation rates, success rates of specific outreach activities, lead conversion rates, etc. The incumbent is responsible for creating and maintaining relevant tracking sheets, and providing relevant data as requested by energy program managers. This position is fully responsible for developing all marketing strategies for DHCD’s energy programs in collaboration with the Office of Public Information (OPI). The incumbent will work closely with staff at OPI to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of marketing activities and adjust strategies as needed to meet the energy program participation goals. This includes identifying program needs, all potential outreach channels, defining regularly planned marketing activities and campaigns by channel, determining referral partners and ways to strengthen client referrals, designing strategies to expand existing efforts and tap into existing channels, etc. This position is responsible for developing all outreach strategies for DHCD’s energy programs in collaboration with the Office of Community Engagement (OCE). The incumbent will work with staff at OCE to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of outreach activities and adjust strategies as needed to meet the energy program participation goals. This includes identifying relevant outreach events, coordinating staffing for outreach events, stocking sufficient program collateral as well as promotional materials, etc. This position relates to the mission of the agency by helping low and moderate-income Maryland residents gain access to affordable housing and helps to increase the percentage of low and moderate-income Maryland households who live in decent housing. This position requires close coordination and communication with key industry stakeholders, working successfully with representatives from various community-based organizations with respect to diverse populations and cultures with the aim of strengthening the existing and forging new relationships to maximize program opportunities statewide.   Check out the full posting here!  

Position Duties: The main purpose of this position is to oversee the success of the energy programs in meeting program participation goals. The Business Development Manager is responsible for establis...