PosiGen Solar Installation Supervisor in Aurora, Colorado
Solar Installation Supervisor
About the Organization
PosiGen was founded in 2011 in New Orleans, LA, with the mission of making a positive financial impact on the lives of homeowners. PosiGen pairs energy efficiency retrofits and solar power systems to reduce household energy consumption. We are dedicated to increasing energy independence and ensuring the financial security of the communities we serve. Since our humble beginnings, PosiGen has expanded its solar energy and energy efficiency mission across Louisiana, New York, Connecticut and Florida.
PosiGen's Vision is to be the world's most amazing energy enterprise dedicated to delivering freedom, power and pure positive energy to all.
We are expanding quickly, and constantly challenging ourselves to think outside the box to promote solar energy and customer savings. Join PosiGen, and help us make a difference.
PosiGen is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer committed to diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other factor protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Individuals who require reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act in order to participate in the search process should notify the Office of Human Resources.
Would you like to be a part of a company who is bringing residential PV solar to military bases and developing small-scale C&I projects across the U.S.? Would a generous salary with a challenging, inspiring, and growth-oriented environment be important to you? Join our organization to be a part of a transformative team and to enhance your career. Visit http://www.posigen.com/careers.html to apply today. (Refer to the job details below):
Install Specific Tasks and Other Job Functions
Conduct physical installs using a variety of equipment and tools including but not limited to; measuring devices, hand tools, power tools (impact, drill, rotary hammer, etc.) various ladder types and sizes, Multi-meter, Shade analysis Tools.
Drive box truck to job site.
Greet customers/tenants in a professional manner
Set anchors and use PPE (personal protective equipment) properly
Use panel dimensions and racking requirements to map out arrays on roof
Find rafters and drill pilot holes into rafter
Set mounts into roof securely without 'kicking' or missing the rafter
Secure modules properly and in an aesthetic manner
Make MC4 connectors and manage PV wiring to rails
Flash all unnecessary or un-needed roof penetrations
Make critical decision onsite about design aspects like wiring and mapping of arrays.
Install solar accessories such as snow guards, critter guards and solar roof jacks
Attend organization and other trainings and meetings as required
Provide support to all operations needs and other crews
Help and continue onsite training of new crew members
Oversee and help the performance of the physical panel installs.
Insure that all installs meet or excessed quality standards.
Verify all site safety requirements including exclusion zones, road cones, and proper PPE use of all crew members
Photo document install progress and finished product.
Follow organization policies and procedures including OSHA requirements. Complete OSHA training as required
Competencies and Work Ethics
Must be able to work both on a team as well as a one man/woman show
Commanding a crew as well as being held accountable for the crews work and safety.
Need to be able to make critical decisions
Work through stress, pace, and other struggles of the job while maintaining quality of work
Learn new tasks efficiently
Puts pride and accountability into your work
Ability to stay organized and maintains project records
Communication skills to clearly delegate work, report progress, etc.
The ability to read plans, specifications, diagrams, installation manuals, etc.
Excellent time management
Lead by example / natural leader
Sense of urgency to maintain efficient pace of work for self and crew
Stay calm maintain clear thought process in stressful situations
High School or Trade School degree in a discipline related to construction or building sciences, NABCEP preferred
OSHA 10 preferred or required to obtain post hire
A minimum of two years photovoltaic installation experience is required
Preferred experience with solar accessories like snow guards, critter guard and solar roof jacks
Proficiency with computers/cellphones/tablets to operate apps like BOX and SiteCapture
.Ability for and no fear of working from ladders/scaffolding or working on roofs
Must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment criminal, driving and drug screen
Solar Installation Supervisor
Number of Openings
This position is currently accepting applications.