Great company looking for a great BPI certified energy auditor

A,C&R Insulation has been a leader in the Insulation business for over 100 years. Recently we began a Home Performance Division that has grown more rapidly than expected. Due to the rapid growth we are in search of a highly motivated and ambitious Energy Auditor for the Montgomery County area. The job requires the ability to lift and carry 50 lbs of equipment, the ability to climb ladders and safely move about attics and crawlspaces, and above average organizational skills. We would like someone with experience with Microsoft Office applications as well as experience using the beacon and portal programs used by the utility companies. All applicants must have a clean driving record and pass a drug screen prior to employment. The Energy Auditor will be responsible for setting their own appointments and communicating with sales persons to set up audit appointments, performing the audit, taking proper and complete documentation, writing the energy audit report, completing the online beacon/portal and being available to answer any questions home owners may have concerning the audit and rebate process. A,C&R Insulation is offering great wages and possible commission and bonus incentives to the right applicant. Please email resumes to Andrew@ACRInsulation.com.

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The position is located in Maryland, I apologize for not including this in the title.

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