Seeking Multifamily Building Operators, Quality Control Inspectors, and Retrofit Project Managers

Due to the need for additional responses, the Multifamily Housing Job Task Analyses Validation Study is being extended until Friday, July 26 at 5 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time (PDT).  In particular, we are seeking responses from Multifamily Building Operators, Multifamily Quality Control Inspectors, and Multifamily Retrofit Project Managers

Participation only takes 20-30 minutes; if you have not already completed the study - now is your time to weigh-in!

If you have already completed the study, we thank you for your participation.  This validation process is crucial to moving this effort forward and we need as much participation as possible. 

We would greatly appreciate your help in sharing this announcement with other multifamily building practitioners.  

Multifamily Housing Job Task Analyses

Multifamily Job Task Analyses Validation Study

Professional Testing, Inc. and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory invite you to participate in a nationwide research study, validating the practices, characteristics, and activities of the four multifamily building job categories listed below. This is your opportunity to directly contribute to the development of the multifamily home energy upgrade workforce.

If you are a practitioner in one or more of the four multifamily building job categories, please click on the corresponding link below to complete the relevant validation study. Your participation should take approximately 20-30 minutes and individuals may complete more than one validation study, if applicable.

This validation study is the next step in developing Job Task Analyses (JTAs), which will help define the duties, tasks and skills needed to perform each of the jobs listed below.

Please note: The above studies should only be completed by professionals who have actual job experience or who have trained those performing the job, specifically for multifamily buildings.

Your participation is voluntary and individual responses will be kept confidential. Your responses will be combined with those from other respondents and used to improve the job descriptions for the multifamily building energy upgrade workforce.

The comment period will remain open until July 19, 2013. You may direct any questions to workforce.guidelines@nrel.gov. Thank you in advance for your participation in this important process.

Sincerely,

The NREL Multifamily JTA Project Team

 



NREL is a national laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, operated by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC.
















































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