Clean Energy Job Board
Weatherization Quality Control Inspector, 2021-HO-004
AEOA strengthens communities by providing opportunities for people experiencing social and economic challenges.
Monday-Thursday, 40 hours/week
Performs all aspects of single- and multi-family residential property inspections, develops specific work plans, performs job cost estimating, assists property owners with all aspects of weatherization projects, ensures quality control of all projects, and develops all documentation required by funding sources.
Responsible for compliance with weatherization techniques and supervision of daily activities of work crews. Develops and maintains the dwelling work plan, job cost process, site inspection, and quality control aspects of the program. Coordinates and delivers special energy conservation programs as required by funding sources and promotes energy conservation in the community.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Inspects properties and conducts pressure diagnostic assessments to identify necessary energy improvements
- Inspects residential mechanical systems for energy efficiency and safety
- Inspects residential properties for deficiencies, building durability, safety, accessibility, and homeowner concerns
- Develops weatherization/energy work plans, including cost estimating and project specifications for contractor bidding process
- Coordinates and monitors weatherization projects per program guidelines
- Performs proper file documentation of weatherization/energy projects
- Conducts regular job site inspections and evaluates completed work
- Investigates complaints filed by homeowners and mediates between homeowner and contractors
- Assists in development of training and technical assistance programs
- Educates and promotes energy conservation with the general public
- Supervises crew schedules and performance, monitors production, and ensures program compliance
- Participates in hiring, progressive disciplinary processes, and training
- Monitors and maintains equipment and tools and recommends new technology
- Maintains on-going safety/OSHA compliance and assists in developing training and technical assistant programs
- High school graduate or equivalent
- Minimum two (2) year’s experience and/or training in the building construction field
- Certification or willingness to obtain the following certifications within six (6) months of hire: Quality Control Inspector, lead, and OSHA certifications, as required by program standards
- Ability to inspect, communicate, develop project specifications, and enforce all program guidelines and local building codes
- Regularly lifts 50 lbs. and occasionally more
- Regularly climbs ladders and enters crawl spaces
- Computer skills
- Current Minnesota state driver’s license required
Apply at www.aeoa.org/Careers tab/Construction. Position open until filled.