TerraLogos Energy Group, a Baltimore based Energy Improvement Contracting company, is looking for talented and motivated individuals for Building Analysts.

You can make a difference. A TerraLogos Building Analyst works directly with both residential and commercial property owners to diagnose, plan and complete each building's most effective energy improvement projects. We provide comprehensive services from audit and report generation to envelope and duct improvements to installations of high efficiency equipment and renewable energy systems.

The work is both demanding and rewarding. Our collaborative work environment encourages and supports personal growth. We run on creativity as well as deep technical knowledge.

Evolving environments towards sustainability is not simply what we do; it's how we live and work each day as we build the path to a clean energy future. Join our team. Together we can make a difference.

For more information on our company and a detailed job description, please visit our careers page here: http://www.terralogoseg.com/the-company/careers/

Company: TerraLogos Energy Group
Position: Building Analyst, full time
Location: Baltimore, MD
Certifications: BPI Building Analyst a plus, but will train
Contact: Send resume and cover letter to Info@TerraLogosEG.com. No calls please.
Salary: $32,000+ depending on experience; full benefits

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