Program Coordinator, Northern Ohio - Performance Systems Development

Support the management and delivery of Performance Systems Development's energy efficiency programs in Ohio.

Resposibilities:

  • Coordinate resources and schedules for energy efficiency programs.
  • Develop relationships and networks with raters, contractors, builders, trade allies, consumers, utillities, legislators and code officialsin order to further the overall program goals and objectives.
  • Serve as technical support expert to various contractors, builders and consumers.
  • Coordinate and deliver building science training and classroom instruction to contractors, trade group and consumers with varying levels of experience and knowledge.
  • Track, record and monitor energy savings and progress toward programs efficiency goals. Prepare monthly reports documenting progress toward program objectives.


* This position will initially work from a home office, with a minimum of one day per week in the Meadville, PA office. Regional travel up to 30% of the time, with occasional overnight travel required.       

 

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree, 3-5 years related experience, ability to travel up to 30% regionally.  Demonstrated success in coordinating projects involving multiple staff and partners with great detail. Strong PC skills: MS Office Excel and Access.  Strong written and verbal communicator with the ability to clearly communicate technical concepts to non-technical audiences.

Preferred Certifications: RESNET, NAHB, BPI and LEED. 5+ years experience. Familiar with building science, energy efficiency calculations, blower doors, infrared cameras and other diagnostic tools.

Benefits:  Company paid Health Insurance, 401K savings plan, paid holidays, paid vacation, flexible spending accounts.

 

Apply to: hashworth@psdconsulting.com


Company Overview

Performance Systems Development (PSD) is an Ithaca, NY based Company with satellite offices in Pennsylvania that specializes in providing software, training, engineering and consulting to the building energy efficiency industry.


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