The Weatherization/Home-Performance position at E3 INNOVATE requires an individual who is motivated, who enjoys manual labor, and works well with others. While specific experience in the weatherization/home-performance field is not required, knowledge of tools, and general experience in the home maintenance/construction industry is expected.

Home Performance position includes but is not limited to: caulking, weather-stripping, insulation services, sealed crawlspace systems, and other tasks designed to increase the efficiency of the building envelope. Crew leader will be asked to ensure the job site is properly prepared and that the execution of the work goes smoothly.

Working knowledge and use of diagnostic equipment: blower door, duct blaster a plus.

BPI Analyst or HERS a plus.

Individual must have a physical ability to climb ladders, enter crawlspaces, attics, and all other dwelling areas. Must be able to perform manual labor for extended periods of time under unfavorable and or extreme weather conditions.

Must have a valid TN Driver's License & acceptable record. Must have dependable transportation, pass a background check, and active bank account.

If you are interested and would like to see the full job description, please email me: info@e3innovate.com.

* Location: East Nashville
* Compensation: $16-$18, bonuses, Health Insurance, 50% of Individual Monthly Premium after 90 days, paid vacation after 9 months, training opportunities

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