GoodCents Solutions is seeking a Field Technician who will be responsible for the installation of all facets of residential energy efficiency measures as may be defined by program for a utility. Working out of Ames or Mason City, Iowa, you will be an integral part of an exciting program.



  • Serves as a representative of GoodCents displaying courtesy, tact, consideration, and discretion in all interactions with clients and with the public
  • Fully understand all program requirements and standards
  • Install home energy assessment measures
  • Identify home air leaks, where required
  • Identify air leaks in HVAC ductwork, where required
  • Insulate water heaters and install pipes insulation wrap, where required
  • Knowledge of program requirements and standards
  • Knowledge of residential energy use
  • QA/QC each weatherization job after work is complete when required
  • Ability to identify additional work opportunities



  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 2 years of relevant construction experience, preferred
  • 1 year of relevant residential energy usage and/or utility programs, preferred
  • 1 year experience with blower door testing, preferred
  • BPI certification preferred
  • OSHA certification
  • Proven track record in the HVAC, weatherization, construction or similar industry
  • Good communication, math, and computer skills
  • Ability to work safely
  • Positive attitude
  • Valid driver’s license with satisfactory driving record. No OWI for ten years on record.
  • Willingness to travel when needed
  • Willingness to work flexible hours to include Saturdays when necessary
  • Ability and willingness to learn

Qualified candidates should send their resume to  Only eligible candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Lisa Hawkins

Program Director

5615 4th St Ct SW, Unit 2

Cedar Rapids, IA 52404

Mobile:  319-359-0576





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