Our established solar design and installation business seeks reliable solar installers. Installers are responsible for installing panels and inverters and wiring grid-tied PV systems, and related tasks. We are an equal opportunity employer.
-Professional experience working on construction sites and projects
-Knowledge of standard building construction, including roof framing and roofing systems
-Basic knowledge of electricity, Ohm’s law, and circuits
-Accustomed to working and being productive while on ladders, roofs and uneven terrain
-Skilled in clear communication, customer service, and collaboration
-Ability to reach, bend, and lift up to 60 lbs for several hours at a time
-Solar-related expertise, solar industry certification and accredited training courses (desirable)
-Compliance with strict safety and health policies: No smoking, no alcohol or other drugs in workplace or during working hours
-Impeccable integrity and accountability
-Valid California drivers license and clean driving record
-Install ground and roof mounting systems, panels, conduit and wiring, inverters, disconnects, combiner boxes, and related solar equipment
-Integrate solar circuits into existing residential and commercial building electrical panels
-Meet with building inspectors
-Guarantee excellent service and support to prospective and existing clients
-Communicate effectively and diplomatically in all public and staff interactions
-Cooperate with administrative, design, and installation staff for smooth, timely work flow
-Comply with all policies, procedures, work flow systems and legal requirements
-Attend and actively participate in all relevant meetings and trainings
-Perform assigned tasks willingly and on time
Compensation: $18-25/hour, based on experience, training, and credentials
Benefits: holidays, vacation, and sick leave; health plan (after 90-day introductory period for FT, permanent employees)
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Brooke Beesley, Solar Works’ Customer Project Coordinator, is a recycling and renewable energy enthusiast who enjoys doing errands on foot. She is passionate about contributing to a resilient community and has led several community service projects including a tutoring program for homeless youth and a sustainability program to reduce food waste at Sonoma State University.