Erik Daugherty
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HERS Rater/Energy Audits ~ Nashville, TN

Are you a HERS rater? Ready to move to a booming market like Nashville? We have a job opening at E3 INNOVATE in Nashville, TN.  We are currently on pace to perform Audits, HERS Scores, ENERGY STAR and LEED-H for over 350 homes this year. Send resume' to INFO@E3INNOVATE.com if you are interested.  Salary is competitive and based upon experience.  Additional benefits include health care, bonus schedules, vacation, and cell phone.See More
May 15
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Home Performance Crew Leader in Nashville, TN

 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…See More
Feb 18
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This group is for posting jobs related to all aspects of the home performance industry including energy auditors, technicians, and weatherization pros.
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E3 INNOVATE, LLC
Professional Certification
BPI, LEED-H, HERS RATER, Green Rater
Website URL
http://www.e3innovate.com
Blog URL
http://www.e3innovate.com/news
Twitter ID
e3innovate
Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/e3innovate

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At 3:07pm on August 15, 2013, Diane Chojnowski said…

Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

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