Penquis, a social services agency serving Penobscot, Piscataquis, and Knox counties for over 50 years, is recruiting for the above full time position based in Bangor. Successful applicants will have a passion for helping building owners save energy, knowledge of key energy efficiency concepts, and have good building/construction knowledge. This position inspects homes to test their efficiency, develops energy saving recommendations, and accurately documents all work. Travel reimbursement provided for business travel throughout Penobscot, Piscataquis, and Knox counties.
This position requires a high school diploma, with a minimum of two years experience in building trades and technology, excellent communication skills, computer proficiency, and reliable, insured transportation. The desired person should possess a 2 year degree in the Building Trades, BPI Energy Auditor/QCI certification and experience performing comprehensive residential energy audits. Experience with diagnostic equipment, such as the blower door and infrared camera, is preferred.
Upon hire and periodically thereafter, must have background check results that are satisfactory to Penquis and as outlined in current contract provision to include but not limited to; the State Bureau of Investigation, Maine Department of Human Services, Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles and System for Award Management (SAM) website. This is a full time 40 hour per week position starting at $17.55 (negotiable depending on experience) per hour, with an excellent benefit package.
Penquis offers an excellent benefits package and competitive wages. Apply on line at www.penquis.org or contact us at 973-3500 (TDD: 973:3520) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application and job description. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
In accordance with federal regulations, Penquis does not discriminate. Reasonable accommodations will be made of otherwise qualified persons with disabilities. Penquis is a tobacco and smoke-free workplace.Apply Today