Registered Energy Advisor (3 Positions)
Position: Registered Energy Advisor
Organization: Reep Green Solutions
Locations: Chatham/Sarnia/Windsor, Ontario and surrounding area OR Guelph, Ontario and surrounding area OR London, Ontario
Date posted: August 22, 2017
Term of contract: October 1, 2017 onward on an occasional basis
Start date would be dependent on applicant’s current qualifications
Salary range: Per file payments as per Reep’s fee schedule
Reep Green Solutions is an environmental charity that helps people live sustainably. Our current focus is on addressing climate change through residential energy efficiency and storm water management. Many of our programs and services are delivered using a social enterprise model.
To date we have assessed the energy efficiency of over 15,000 homes. Participants who have followed our energy-saving recommendations are collectively reducing over 21,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year through home energy retrofits.
Reep offers a number of other services in addition to the home energy evaluation. Visit our website at http://www.reepgreen.ca.
Reep Green Solutions seeks a Registered Energy Advisor (REA) to deliver EnerGuide Rating System (ERS15) audits in each location:
Join our friendly and dedicated team of energy professionals in delivering audits, encouraging homeowners to make deep retrofits in their home, qualify for incentives and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
If you have a technical background in building science, excellent oral and written communication skills, and are willing to undertake additional training, contact us to be considered for an energy advisor position.
This position reports to the Associate Director, and is responsible for working with clients in the aforementioned areas to maximize residential energy efficiency and related environmental impacts.
Some flexibility with regards to individual advisor service areas is available.
Remuneration is offered on a per-file basis at an industry-competitive rate. Compensation is dependent on file volume and advisor availability, but this is projected to be a part-time position in the range of $15 000 – $20 000 annually.
REA Training (unpaid) is expected to be available in mid-October for candidates requiring that training. Foundation Exam must be successfully completed prior to this training. For candidates who are REA’s additional Green Communities Canada training will be required.
Reep anticipates an increase in the number of evaluations to be done in London and the surrounding area while incentives are available. This is therefore a part-time position with sporadic work, subject to demand. The successful candidate will conduct approximately 2 audits per week, with potential for more, depending on demand. This work is appropriate for someone with the flexibility to work when needed, with no guarantees on the number of audits that can be provided.
Each basic audit takes 2-3 hours on-site plus an additional 2 hours for home office reporting and providing reporting information to Reep’s customer service team. Mileage is included in the fee schedule.
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Application deadline has been extended to noon, September 18, 2017.
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GoodWork ID: 42312 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Sep 6 2017