Home Energy Partners is seeking BPI Certified Energy Auditors needed for work at various locations in the Southeast. Position requires travel in one week intervals. Pay is $15-$20 per hour based on experience. Experience with the EarthCents program a plus.


Perform BPI assessment and testing of residential-style multifamily buildings as part of an auditing team. Testing will include use of blower doors, pressure pans, and flow-hoods.


  • Effective interpersonal communication skills
  • Must be BPI Analyst with field experience, or have field experience in lieu of certification
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment, as well as solo
  • Must possess personal safety equipment
  • Possession of blower door and manometer a plus
  • Ability to interact professionally with public housing residents
  • Must have valid driver’s license & clean driving record/background check 
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs multiple times/day
  • Ability to climb ladders and crawl around in attics and crawlspaces


To apply email cover letter and resume to: JHuntley@HomeEnergyPartners.com

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