Division: Community & Energy Services
Department: Weatherization & Minor Home Repair
Supervisor: Associate Director for Weatherization and Community & Energy Services
FLSA Status: Non Exempt - Non Union
1. High School Diploma or equivalent is required.
2. Certifications required: Building Performance Institute Energy Auditor and Quality Control Inspector, Building Science Principles, Lead Safe Work Practices, ASHRAE 62.2, Indoor Air Quality/Health & Safety, EPA/LRRP, Multi-Family EA and QCI, MIOSHA 30, Michigan Builder’s License. Preferred Home Energy Score Assessor or LEED Green Associate.
3. MiTEC Training or equivalent required in addition to above certifications: Weatherization 101; NEAT/MHEA Set up, maintenance, and data entry; Mechanical Systems Inspection for Auditors, Venting and Combustion Air, Combustion Appliance Zone Pressure Diagnostics, Zone Pressure Diagnostics, Air Sealing, Dense Pack Insulation, Mobile Home Weatherization, and Crew Leader.
4. Minimum two (2) years experience in construction or building trades. Preferred HVAC, Solar, Photovoltaic, Geothermal experience and/or credentials.
5. Strong written and verbal communication skills.
6. Minimum one (1) year of experience with Microsoft Office programs and web-based databases.
7. Must have a valid Driver’s license and reliable transportation to be used for job related travel.
To provide complete and accurate pre and post on-site weatherization inspection of qualified homes in order to determine the appropriate weatherization measures to be installed and to ensure quality compliance of contractors’ performance according to program standards and requirements.
1. Conduct, document and review pre and post site inspections according to funder and program guidelines.
2. Communicate with clients and contractors in order to meet program standards.
3. Set up, maintain, and enter data into NEAT/MHEA and other applicable modeling tools and databases.
4. Maintain continual education to meet evolving program procedures and guidelines, and to train and support others in their learning in order to ensure quality weatherization work is performed.
5. Carry out all other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Physical Job Description:
Job requirements in an 8 hour workday- Sit- 2 hours- working at desk; Stand- 2 hours- inspecting, communicating with clients and contractors; Walk- 2 hours- to in and around job site and office; Bend/Stoop- 2 hours- inspecting areas below waist height, lifting inspection equipment. Movements: YES- Crawl- inspecting attics, foundations, crawlspaces, etc.; Reach Above- measuring, inspecting areas above chest height, etc.; Crouch- inspecting attics, foundations, crawlspaces etc.; Balancing- standing with two feet on ladder; Squat- inspecting attics, foundations, crawlspaces, etc.; Climb- using ladder inside and outside of home; Shoulder Level- measuring, inspecting, photographic documentation; Kneel- inspecting attics, foundations, crawlspaces, etc., Pushing- pushing dolly or cart with inspection equipment. Weight Carried- 26-50 LBS.- inspection equipment such as blower door equipment, ladders., etc., Weight Lifted- 26-50 LBS.- inspection equipment such as blower door equipment, ladders, etc.,
Hours & Wage:
$23.83 per hour (minimum)
40 hours per week, 52 week per year
Travel may be required.
OLHSA IS A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
O.L.H.S.A is non profit 501c3 community action action. Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA) is a Community Action Agency that was formed in 1964 as part of President Lyndon B. Johnson's War on Poverty. OLHSA supports Oakland and Livingston County residents that are looking for support in removing the burdens of poverty by providing individually tailored, wrap-around assistance for all individuals and families in need of help.
OLHSA team members strive for excellence, respect others, honor diversity, and are one of our most valuable internal resources. We partner with community members and local organizations to provide more of an impact in our community work.