Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: •Demonstrates a deep understanding of building science principles and their practical applications to stakeholders, programs, staff, and technical experts. •Maintains a primary concern with occupant health and safety and customer satisfaction in all work. •Develops and manages a cohesive, robust, and flexible team by embodying and demonstrating the BPI management traits and culture to staff. •Demonstrated understanding of building science standards and certifications. •Manage department budget ensuring all fiscal objectives are met and help plan each subsequent annual budget for the department. •Ensure all facets of the operations for the department meet ANAB and ANSI Accreditation requirements and BPI quality objectives. •Investigate and cultivate new revenue sources within the mission of BPI. •Continually improve processes to gain efficiency, increase quality, lower costs, while reducing turnaround times for delivery of new products and services. •Meet all yearly initiatives set forth by BPI Board. •Help identify gaps in existing standards and guidelines and propose solutions to BPI Board and leadership. •Serve as primary technical spokesperson for BPI related to standards and certification development and maintenance activities. •Oversee staff and Standards Technical Committees, Working Groups, and Subject Matter Experts to ensure groups remain engaged, collegial, and productive while meeting developmental deadlines. •All other duties as assigned. Click here to view the full posting.
Seeking an experienced and self-motivated residential construction Project Manager to join our energy efficiency program team to manage energy efficiency retrofit projects. For example, reviewing applications, reviewing energy audits, determining project funding, inspecting retrofit work, and approving project requisitions. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in residential construction and work well with our team, municipal agencies, subcontractors, and clients. This is an awesome opportunity for qualified candidates to join our team during a period of significant growth in the industry for a long-term career and includes a competitive salary, State benefits, industry-standard continuing education, and a hybrid work schedule. Don’t have a strong residential construction background but you’re highly motivated and interested in making buildings more energy efficient, want to help people reduce their utility bills, make a positive impact on climate change, help the State meet its aggressive climate goals, and meet the position's Minimum Qualifications? Do you have experience with solar or other alternative energy systems? - We’ll teach the building part to the right candidate! Click here to view the full posting!
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Support the work of the SNAP E&T National Partnership project in the following areas: (1) Developing and implementing a clear and effective project plan to achieve project deliverables; (2) Providing and coordinating training and technical assistance to Community Action Agencies to support their becoming SNAP E&T third party providers or expanding their services; (3) Developing and facilitating learning cohorts for Community Action Agencies to support development of new SNAP E&T partnerships with expert partner T/TA providers and peer Community Action Agency experts; (3) Developing, curating, and disseminating effective information and resources to the Community Action network regarding SNAP E&T third-party services and partnership opportunities. • Provide leadership in resource development and outreach to the Community Action network related to the intersection of effective food/nutrition programs and employment/training programs. • Support management activities, including participating in budget development, grant reporting, and grant writing. • Respond to CAA, State Association, and State CSBG Lead Agency requests regarding the implementation of new SNAP E&T partnerships. • Promote, communicate and strategically coordinate SNAP E&T outreach information/resources for CAAs via email, social media, E-News, and other channels. • Participate in project-related planning and training activities for the Partnership’s Annual Convention and Management and Leadership Training Conference. • Manage quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis regarding project effectiveness. • Support research and content development related to new publications and resources. • Support and collaborate with Partnership colleagues on potential program development and policy advocacy for CAAs relevant to SNAP E&T. • Communicate and participate in meetings with the lead grantee, project partners and other Community Action network partners on project-related activities. • Other duties as assigned. Click here to view the full posting.
Position Overview: Working under the guidance of the Energy Program Director, manage the daily operations of all the Energy Efficiency Programs insuring that programs meet all contractual obligations. Perform Quality Control site visits, heating system inspections and audits as needed, respond to emergency needs of clients, and complete related program administrative duties. Supervise energy efficiency staff. Position Responsibilities:
- Responsible for compliance with all Energy Efficiency contracts, program production goals, and program guidelines and regulations.
- Oversee selection of clients for eligibility in all Weatherization, Heating Emergency Assistance Retrofit Task Weatherization Assistance Program, Appliance Management Program, utility sponsored programs.
- Evaluate all weatherization audits and heating system proposals, and approve measures and costs to be completed.
- Perform Quality Control inspections, heating system inspections, and audits as needed. Ensure appropriate inspection reports are completed in accordance with program requirements.
- Approve vendor invoices for payment and assure check requests are prepared for Energy Program Director approval.
- Monitor and improve contractor performance, including conducting follow-up as required to ensure that all jobs are completed according to contractual standards.
- Oversee and manage all program record keeping and data entry to ensure compliance with funding source and QCAP contracts and guidelines.
- Supervise Energy Efficiency Specialists.
- Responding to emergency situations to meet clients’ needs.
The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) seeks an experienced, mission-driven professional to serve as a Deputy Administrator in the Office of Low-Income Energy Conservation Unit, Weatherization and Lead Assistance Programs to assist in administering over $200 million grant dollars allocated to non-profit organizations, units of governments and community action agencies for the provision of Weatherization Services and Lead Remediation and Abatement Programs to residents of the State of NJ. Reporting to the Unit Administrator, the Deputy Administrator will: Implement policies and procedures in adherence with the U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Housing Urban Development (HUD) and NJ Department of Community Affairs regulations in ensuring an effective and efficient Weatherization Assistance and Lead Remediation and Abatement Programs; Assist in the management and coordination of direct operations of the Office of Lead Prevention and Office of Low-Income Energy Conservation in accordance with budget language in the State Annual Budget; Directly assist the Administrator with various administrative and analytical duties related to the operation and monitoring of Weatherization and Lead Assistance Programs; Prepare documentation for compliance with internal and external audit/monitoring requirements in accordance with the U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and as per State regulations; Assist in managing program staff. Click here for the full posting!
Red Feather Development Group (Red Feather) partners with the Navajo and Hopi Nations to provide sustainable solutions to the housing needs within their communities. Red Feather programs include educational initiatives centered around home repair and maintenance, housing repair case management, and the implementation of home repairs for qualified families. Red Feather is hiring a full-time (40 hours per week) Construction Project Manager (CM) based in Flagstaff, Arizona. The position requires frequent travel to work sites across the Hopi and Navajo Nations. The CM will report to the Red Feather Executive Director and work closely with the other staff members, government agencies, subcontractors, homeowners, community partners, and collaborators. Click here to view the full posting and application instructions!
This position will report to BETP's Bureau Chief and Deputy Commissioner of Energy and Technology Policy, and will create an inclusive and equitable approach to building energy retrofits, including deployment of measures related to weatherization and energy efficiency, clean heat, solar + storage, electric vehicle charging, resilience, and broadband access. Additionally, you will:
- Develop a diverse and dynamic team to leverage existing programs and incentives while identifying barriers and implementing solutions to those barriers;
- Apply for and/or manage related federal grants or programs;
- Work with other state and federal agencies, quasi-public agencies, non-profits, and other entities to define and reach common goals.
Work planning, project management, and personnel management skills are key to success. BETP is committed to an equitable and inclusive workplace representing the people it serves, and strongly encourages applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.
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The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is a national leader in the financing and development of affordable housing and community development lending. We are good but strive to be great. To make this happen our team needs members who will challenge the status quo, effectively communicate ideas and issues, independently bring forth practical and efficient solutions, believe change is good and want to come to work knowing that what they do makes a difference in their neighborhood. DHCD has an immediate availability for a Director position within the Community Development Administration (CDA). This individual must be a highly organized, customer-oriented, self-motivated, team player with supervisory experience. Click here to view the full posting and apply.
The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is a national leader in the financing of affordable housing and revitalizing communities. This is an opportunity to join this nationally recognized, award-winning organization and apply your skills to this high public purpose and challenging area. Annually, DHCD finances approximately 2,700 units of multifamily rental housing in 40 properties, amounting to $350 million in construction and permanent financing. Funding comes from a variety of sources, including state-appropriated funds, taxable and tax-exempt revenue bonds, federal low-income housing tax credits, federal HOME funds and other federal funds. Additionally, DHCD administers rental assistance programs and innovative initiatives designed to expand affordable housing opportunities for persons with disabilities, increase the energy efficiency and sustainability of affordable multifamily developments, and preserve rental housing.
This position performs under a higher degree of independence. This position requires learning and maintaining knowledge of current best practices and trends in energy efficiency. This position's duties involve coordinating with the Sr. Energy Program Manager on planning and executing procedures to successfully deliver energy programs. Procedures include the qualification and assignment of applicants, review of provided services, setting production goals, developing and monitoring budgets, developing and providing guidance to partnering organizations, evaluating performance metrics, training for staff and partners, preparing agreements and contracts, analyzing program data and preparing reports. Satisfactory execution of the assigned tasks includes meeting program deadlines and targets, and keeping expenditures within budget. This includes establishing and evaluating program goals, acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of network partners, team members and third-party vendors to achieve program goals and maintain performance standards, and continuously monitoring program performance.
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KHRC is looking for an individual passionate about helping low-income households improve their comfort and reduce their utility bills through energy efficiency. Working through the Kansas Weatherization Assistance Program, this position will serve as a quality control auditor and trainer to ensure the program is providing the highest quality services. Key duties include: -Provide technical support for all levels of the Weatherization Assistance Program. -Schedule and conduct site visits of homes to review completed work and write associated technical summary reports per program requirements. -Observe work performed for quality and compliance which will require accessing attics and crawlspaces. -Review energy audits and work scopes in the office and help develop and maintain technical policies and procedures related to energy efficiency upgrades. -Demonstrate knowledge of general home energy efficiency inspection procedures and general buit Click here to view the full posting!
About the PositionThe Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) seeks an Operations Manager to advance change at the intersection of clean energy, equity, and inclusion by collaborating with colleagues and partners to develop funding proposals and recruit diverse talent to IREC. This position will provide the opportunity to learn about and contribute to critical nonprofit management functions. The Operations Manager will be closely involved with proposal development, digital fundraising, employee recruitment, and occasional events. The successful candidate will possess a proactive work style with strong follow-up skills and the desire to learn from experienced colleagues. Click here to view the full posting!
JOB SUMMARY The Executive Director serves as the chief administrator of both the organization as a whole and the weatherization program itself, providing leadership, and directing and overseeing all functions of NETO in accordance with goals and policies set by the Board of Directors. Direct reports include the Assistant Director, Fiscal Director, Area Coordinators, and Project Managers. This individual is responsible for the strategic and ongoing planning, implementation, day-to-day management, supervision, grants, reporting, recordkeeping, monitoring, and evaluation of all NETO weatherization services and operations, including: the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP), Emergency Heating System Grant Program (EHSGP), Efficiency Vermont (EVT) electric efficiency programs, and other potential Grants. Click here to view the full posting!
SUMMARY Overall responsibility for the daily operations of all SMOC Energy Conservation Services programming, which includes DOEWAP, HEARTWAP, and Utilities Program. Click here to view the full posting!
IREC is hiring! The Program Manager—Workforce Development will be a core member of IREC’s Workforce Development team, collaborating with colleagues and a broad range of partners and stakeholders on national and regional efforts to improve clean energy workforce recruitment, training and education, and job placement outcomes. The employee will manage day-to-day operations for projects focused on accelerating the growth of a highly qualified and diverse workforce, and ensuring that clean energy offers high-quality, family-sustaining career pathways. Initial tasks will focus on recruitment of clean energy learners and workers and development of educational and career exploration resources for underrepresented communities, veterans, opportunity youth, and others, as well as engagement with industry partners and development of related resources to support employer recruitment and retention efforts.here to view the full posting.Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until August 25th, or until the job is filled. Click
Position Overview: The primary emphasis of the Weatherization Assistance Program Manager at ICAST will be to manage current and upcoming Weatherization Assistance Programs with State and existing WAP service providers that ICAST is contracted to serve, nationally. In addition, the WAP Manager will be expected to stay up to speed with updates and innovations in the WAP space to provide appropriate advice to ICAST and its MFAH clients on optimal solutions and process improvements. You can check out the full job posting by clicking here!