Join the Advanced Energy team and enjoy the abundant rewards of working with nationally-recognized industry experts that are revolutionizing the building industry.  Our Building Science team helps the building industry produce better products while increasing profits and avoiding callbacks. We accomplish this by providing training, consultation, applied research and program development to improve the health, safety, durability, comfort, affordability and environmental responsibility of houses and small commercial buildings. Due to our continued growth, we are seeking an experienced Building Science Trainer/Consultant to support our programs within both the new construction and residential retrofit sectors.

 

If you enjoy and have experience in giving formal presentations and training workshops, we want to hear from you!  The ideal candidate will have training and consulting experience within the energy efficiency, home performance and/or building industries.  Advanced Energy provides an outstanding work environment that promotes work/life balance and individual development.  Please visit our website at www.advancedenergy.org for more details.

 

Contact Karen Gardner, Recruitment Manager, to discuss the position (919-857-9046)

Apply directly to:  kgardner@advancedenergy.org

 

ADVANCED ENERGY

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