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HIRING! 3 Energy Services Program Officers

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August 30, 2022

The Vermont Office of Economic Opportunity is seeking qualified, committed, and experienced candidates who are eager to help:

  • Lower-income households save energy and money
  • The weatherization industry to grow
  • The state to mitigate climate change

Join our dynamic team!

We are hiring three new program officers, including one senior officer. Program officers are critical members of the statewide weatherization team.

They:

  • Provide/coordinate training for more than 100 staff at five community-based organizations.
  • Conduct quality assurance and field monitoring.
  • Develop and maintain technical and administrative policies and procedures.

Who we are seeking

Candidates should have experience in weatherization, building sciences, residential building instruction, or related fields. Candidates with experience in multi-family weatherization, HVAC, and/or emerging technologies are especially encouraged to apply.

Program officers may be required — at no cost to them — to obtain certification from the Building Performance Institute as a Building Analyst Professional and Quality Control Inspector.


How to apply

The deadline for applying is September 20, 2022. Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted after this date.


Energy Services Program Officer

The starting wage is between $28.02 to $32.54, based on the candidate's experience.  


Senior Energy Services Program Officer

The starting wage is between $29.79 to $34.56, based on the candidate's experience.  


Benefits of working for the state

The state offers employee benefits worth about 30% of salary, including health insurance, paid leave, tuition reimbursement, and a retirement pension plan. Learn more about the benefit plan.


Learn more

If you would like more information about the position, please contact geoff.wilcox@vermont.gov


The State of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer and the Office of Economic Opportunity values diversity.  Candidates from underrepresented groups in the weatherization field are especially encouraged to apply.