The Commercial Lead PV Installer completes commercial‐scale PV projects to the highest levels of safety and quality as the head of their team, ensuring conformance with the system plans and specifications. On many projects the Commercial Lead PV Installer will play a dual role as the Site Supervisor, requiring not only crew leadership while performing primary installation work, but also site management responsibilities such as: site security, receiving material deliveries, interactions with stakeholders and interfacing with subcontractors. This position will be based in the Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado.
- 2+ years of previous solar installation experience required; applicants without experience will not be considered. Experience leading commercial PV projects preferred.
- Experience installing pitched and flat‐roof as well as ground‐mounted PV systems is preferred.
- NABCEP Certification and OSHA 10/30 is strongly preferred. Training provided.
- Experience using OHSA‐compliant safety systems including (but not limited to) fall protection, positioning and roof access strongly preferred. Training provided.
- Must have full range of motion in upper and lower body and the ability to work in various positions during all seasons. This includes, but is not limited to: stooping, standing, bending, sitting, kneeling and squatting for extended periods of time in high and low temperatures.
- The range of projects includes many roof‐mounted systems so being comfortable with ladders, at times working on steep pitches and in general being able to work safely and efficiently off the ground and on rooftops is required.
- Be able to lift, pull and push materials and equipment weighing approximately 50 pounds on a frequent basis.
- Think on your feet, make adjustments & decisions in the field as required.
- Possess a calm, professional demeanor and customer service skills.
- Experience with conduit bending, routing and associated Codes strongly preferred.
- Have a hard working attitude, be reliable and pay attention to detail.
- Maintain a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
- Work with, train & lead crew members in the construction of projects according to the design package, applicable codes and company policies with an emphasis on safety and quality.
- Be an inspiration to your team members, constructively encouraging them to consistently exceed safety and quality standards. Be accountable for yourself and the actions of your team.
- Ensure that projects are built according to design with an eye to quality and longevity.
- Regularly update supervisor on job status and conditions. Discuss deviations from design package with supervisor prior to implementation. Mark‐up drawing sets with any and all changes to reflect the project as built.
- Complete paperwork & documentation as needed and as assigned. This may include: in‐process and final photos, system labeling, safety documentation, testing charts etc.
Compensation and Benefits
- $TBD/ hour, depending on experience
- 90‐day review, annual performance evaluations thereafter
- Professional Development Program
- Tool Budget Program
- Benefits (pending successful 90‐day review)
- Monthly expense reimbursement (Health/Wellness)
- Cell phone stipend
- Vacation / Sick / PTO time, paid holidays
- Limited use of company tools / vehicles