Opportunity to Participate in Multifamily Housing Job Task Analyses

The announcement below highlights a very exciting opportunity in the multifamily housing industry. We still have a need for more Multifamily Building Operator applicants. Specifically, we are seeking individuals who have experience with multifamily buildings in the following capacities:

  • Oversight and management of third-party contractors for equipment maintenance, repair, and installation
  • Tenant engagement through apartment inspections and management of comfort complaints, laundry facilities, and pest management

Benefits of participation include:

  • The opportunity to define and shape the future of the multifamily housing industry
  • The chance to network with fellow experts in the field
  • Reimbursement for travel costs up to a fixed amount, a travel per diem, and an honorarium of $750.

Application deadline is Monday, April 1st. We hope you will consider submitting your application here.

Multifamily Housing Job Task Analyses

Opportunity Announcement

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Professional Testing, Inc. are seeking participants for a three-day workshop in Denver, Colorado, to inventory the tasks and skills that best define the common body of required knowledge for workers in the multifamily (MF) housing sector.

To facilitate development of these MF-specific JTAs/KSAs, Professional Testing, Inc. is seeking current industry practitioners who have the experience and vision to help define and promote energy efficiency in the multifamily housing sector by participating in these JTA/KSA development workshops. Interested individuals are invited to submit their credentials here by Monday, April 1st.

Please note that each JTA/KSA workshop is anticipated to last three full days (excluding travel). Reimbursement for travel costs up to a fixed amount, a travel per diem, and an honorarium will be awarded to individuals selected for participation.

Please visit http://proftesting.rapidinsites.com for additional project details, including how practitioners will be selected and where to direct project-related questions.

NREL and Professional Testing, Inc. are excited to facilitate this unique, foundational opportunity for industry practitioners to provide their expertise and insight during this important development process. Thank you for your time.

Sincerely,

The NREL Home Energy Professionals 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.

If you have any questions or comments about this opportunity, please contact workforce.guidelines@nrel.gov.

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