Job Opening: Assistant Site Assessor
Assess potential project sites for solar viability; perform warranty, operations and maintenance support to existing customers.
Accompanies an assigned Lead Site Assessor and takes direction to assist in:
Measuring and assessing the condition of: roof space, ground space, service panel and any existing subpanels, attic space, water/gas conditions, shading, etc, ensuring safety requirements are met.
Post Installation Services:
Completing post-installation work tickets. Common work ticket services include, but are not limited to: completion of monitoring set-up, systems testing, inspection corrections, completion of installation photos, etc.
Warranty and Maintenance:
Completing warranty and maintenance work tickets. Common work ticket services include, but are not limited to: troubleshoot and resolve monitoring or production issues; assessing storm damages and collecting data for return visits.
Keeps the work truck and trailer clean, organized and stocked at all times.
May be called upon to assist in documenting site data or maintain appointment calendar as needed, including the assembly of reports for upper management.
May be called upon to assist in communicating status back to design and operations team any updates, changes or report of completion.
May be called upon to speak with manufacturer tech support representatives for phone support in resolving/escalating complex issues.
May be asked to deliver parts to project sites for install crews as needed.
May be asked to assist on solar installations as needed.
Pay Classification and Working Conditions
Hourly, non-exempt. 40hrs/week, some before-business and after-business hours and occasional overtime required. Routine day travel <100 miles. Overnight travel is required on occasion (approximately 5% of the time). This position reports to the Lead Site Assessor and Service/Warranty Manager and is a 90/10 split between field and office work, respectively.
Skills, Qualifications and Requirements
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Must be able to lift and carry 70 lbs.
- Must be able to work outdoors in various conditions (heat, cold, confined spaces, etc) for extended periods of time.
- Must be able to work on your feet, kneel, crawl, climb, stand and sit for extended periods of time.
- Must be able to work in conditions of considerable heights and steep surfaces (roofs).
- Experience working in warranty and maintenance, roofing, landscaping/arborist work, surveying, electrical, manual labor or related fields helpful.
- Reliable transportation (company vehicle provided for work use).
- Tobacco use on or in sight of a project location is strictly prohibited.
- Professional appearance and demeanor; good grooming and personal hygiene.
- Superior customer service and verbal communication skills.
- Valid Texas Apprentice license preferred.
- Spanish speaking a plus.
Candidates should e-mail a resume and brief cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org