We’re on our way! @NYClimateWorks won $240 million for solar on schools, $4 million for Commercial Waste Zones and $15 million for organics collection from our budget priorities (http://bit.ly/2021climate) in the @NYCCouncil prelim budget response!
Job Title: Energy Auditor/Project Management for NYC Assignments
Job Description: An established Energy Efficiency Company is expanding into NYC. We are looking for individuals with strong building construction or HVAC experience to be BPI or HERS
Certified Energy Auditor. This is an opportunity to get in on a rapidly growing efficiency
company. We help consumers and small businesses save money, live more comfortably and stay healthy. Our focus is primarily energy efficiency, but we want to be fluent in all aspects of home improvement.
Tasks will include all phases of energy audits:
● walk‐through assessments
● full energy audits with blower door, combustion safety & IR Camera Analysis
● software calculations and final Reports
● Test‐Out reports after weatherization has been completed
● BPI Certification is desired, but not required
● Make recommendations and scope out high efficiency heat-pump installations.
● Engineering or science background is helpful
● Experience in building construction and HVAC.
● Customer service or sales background is helpful
● Must have excellent driving record and reliable car
● Drug, alcohol and a background testing may be required
● Good communication skills are a must.
● Computer skills are a must
● Building Performance (BPI), LEED or RESNET/HERS training
If you are interested in this position, please send an email with your resume and a
cover letter to Jill@GreenTeamLI.com.
About Green Team LI – We are a rapidly expanding
company in the green and efficiency movement operating on Long Island and NYC.
We perform energy and assessments and efficiency upgrades for residential
customers. We follow this up with a comprehensive set of services that allows our
customer to work with us for all of their energy efficiency needs.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our webinar yesterday evening! We heard excellent presentations from Brooklyn SolarWorks, Alive Structures, and Elizabeth Adams. (Click here to read about her Green Recovery plan)
Don’t hesitate to send us an email at email@example.com with any questions you have!
(Note: This is not an endorsement.)
Thank you for joining us for this excellent webinar! Check out the resources from the webinar below.
350 Bk Feb 11 Monthly Meeting – Pre-registration required: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZItf-ivrDsuHNOfsdYtyRz7chaBf79sZpKz
The First Unitarian Brooklyn Green Team email address to find out more: firstname.lastname@example.org
Now is the time for bold climate, jobs policy – not giveaways to building owners. @NYGovCuomo‘s budget provision will undermine NYC’s ability to reduce GHGs and create green jobs. #SaveLL97#SaveGreenJobs Stand with @NYClimateWorks and read our letter: https://alignny.org/resource/letter-to-governor-cuomo-ted-bill-provision-enabling-new-york-city-buildings-owners-to-evade-climate-change-responsibility/
Green Team LI, a Heat/Cool Smart Brooklyn contractor, has hired 9 new employees and provided on-the-job training for high-efficiency HVAC positions ranging from auditors to insulation and heat pump installers. “Our ability to use the OJT program with NYSERDA and New York State has allowed us to hire employees with less than ideal experience and track record and take the time to train them to become great employees. In the past we might have taken a pass, because we couldn’t afford to take a risk or spend the time.” – Jay Best, CEO
The On-the-Job Training for Energy Efficiency and Clean Technology (PON 3982) from NYSERDA aims to reduce the costs to clean energy businesses for recruiting, hiring, and training new workers and teach new workers occupational skills to help clean energy businesses succeed.
Funding (up to $14 million) is capped at $150,000 per business and a maximum of $16 per hour for the NYSERDA cost share for each hire, except when hiring priority populations which has no cap.
100 employees or less – NYSERDA will pay 50% of a new employee’s hourly wage for 16 weeks; if an employee from a priority population is hired, NYSERDA will pay 50% of a new employee’s hourly wage for 24 weeks.
101 employees or more – NYSERDA will pay 50% of a new employee’s hourly wage for 24 weeks if the employee is from a priority population.
Businesses hiring workers related to heat pump installation (all business sizes) — NYSERDA will pay 75% of a new employee’s hourly wage for 16 weeks or 24 weeks if the employee is from a priority population.
Businesses hiring workers related to solar electric technology (all businesses sizes) — NYSERDA will pay 50% of a new employee’s hourly wage for 24 weeks if the employee is from a priority population.
(All information from NYSERDA Clean Energy Workforce Development Internships and On-the-Job Training Fact Sheet.)
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the webinar! The webinar slides and recording are now available.