Many job openings at NYC energy ed center

Submitted by Solar One
2012-04-06 20:35:51

Solar One is hiring!


Director of Development


Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director (ED), the Development Director (Director) will spearhead development efforts as Solar One continues to grow. A new position in the organization, the Director will have the opportunity to build and expand the development function. The position will oversee all development efforts including expanding the current database of corporate, foundation and individual donors as well as a team of three grant writers.


Solar One Development Overview



Responsibilities



Qualifications



How to Apply


To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to jobs[at]solar1[dot]org with “Director of Development” in the subject line. Position will remain open until filled. No phone calls, please.


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Green Workforce Training Program


Green Building Instructor, Full Time


Solar One’s Green Workforce Training Program seeks a seasoned construction professional to work as

a full time GREEN BUILDING INSTRUCTOR as part of a team of full and part time instructors to plan and

teach courses, help develop new curricula and assist with program administration and lab operations.

Training is delivered in hand-on interactive formats in our fully-equipped training lab. The Green

Building Instructor will report to the Solar One Training Development Manager.


Candidate Qualifications: Our courses are designed and delivered in active, hands-on formats, so we

seek a candidate with teaching experience and a minimum of 2 years of field experience in one or more

of the following areas:


• Green Construction Basics: Carpentry, Electrical and Plumbing

• Green Building Maintenance (HVAC and boiler experience highly desirable)

• Multifamily Residential and Commercial Energy Auditing

• Electrical Retrofitting

• Industry recognized certifications desirable, such as BPI, GPRO, BOC, NABCEP, LEED AP, etc.


Candidates must have a strong commitment to serving individuals with significant barriers to

employment and training them for sustainable jobs. Salary in the $30k’s with benefits.


Building Performance Instructor


Requirements:

• Must have BPI Building Analyst, Envelope, or Multi Family Building Analyst or Building Operator

• Experience energy auditing, surveying, consulting, or construction trades (2 years desirable)

• Group facilitation, teaching, training, or presentation experience

• Must understand and be willing to invest heavily in serving a diverse, chronically marginalized, and underserved population

• A passion for conservation, sustainability and advancing the green economy

• Other Green Professional Certifications also highly desirable


Green Operations & Maintenance Instructor


Requirements:

• Must have worked in building maintenance & operations and have experience in the

following construction trades: HVAC, Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing (3-5 years experience

desirable)

• Some experience in group facilitation, teaching, training, or presentations

• Must understand and be willing to invest heavily in serving a diverse, chronically marginalized, and underserved population

• A passion for conservation, sustainability and advancing the green economy

• GPRO Fund +O &M / Electrical / Plumbing, LEED EB O&M, BPI Multi-Family Building Operator highly desirable

• Other Green Professional Certifications also desirable


Solar PV & Solar Thermal Instructor


Requirements:

• Must have significant experience designing and installing Solar PV and/or Thermal

• NABCEP Entry Level or Installer Certification highly desirable

• Group facilitation, teaching, training, or presentation experience

• A passion for sustainability and advancing the green economy

• Must understand and be willing to invest heavily in serving a diverse, chronically marginalized, and underserved population


Solar One Green Workforce Training Program


Solar One’s Green Workforce Training Program offers green hard skill technical training and environmental literacy education tied to the high growth areas of energy efficiency; renewable energy; green building operations and maintenance; and green infrastructure construction and landscaping. Training is delivered in hand-on interactive formats in our fully-equipped Long Island City training lab.


Our trainees include unemployed and underemployed individuals that participate in workforce training programs that serve the formerly incarcerated and/or addicted, disconnected youth, veterans, the homeless, and residents of public housing. The Green Workforce Training Program staff is dedicated to building an inclusive green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty.


Solar One is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. We are committed to diversity and consider all applicants for all positions without regard to color, ethnic background, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, and disability status. EOE/AA/Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Pay is competitive, and teaching schedules can be flexibly arranged.


Please email resume to: jobs[at]solar1[dot]org with the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Positions will remain open

until filled.


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NYC K-12 Education Program


Curriculum Writer, Full time or Part time


Solar One seeks a curriculum writer and researcher to assist in the development of

sustainability curriculum for NYC high school students. The curriculum will engage today’s high

school students in sustainable design and problem solving for the energy, materials, water,

and food sectors. The curriculum uses hand-on projects to enhance Science Technology

Engineering and Math (STEM) skills while increasing ecological literacy, developing

environmental stewardship, and serving as an introduction to pathways in Green Careers. It will

address clean technologies, and economics, opportunities and challenges, motivating students

and preparing them for careers in the dynamic clean economy. The curriculum will include

technical readers and activities.


Qualifications:



Desired:



Assistant Director, High School Programs


The Assistant Director will oversee and ensure the quality of all high school programming including but not limited to:



The Assistant Director will supervise 3-5 Solar One instructors. In partnership with NYCDOE, the Assistant Director will also supervise the Sustainability Project Manager for the High School for Energy and Technology, who will be tasked with developing sustainability programming in the new high school. The Assistant Director will work closely with the Assistant Director for Instruction to develop new curriculum, with Solar One’s Green Workforce staff to develop green hard skills programming for Career and Technical Education (CTE) high schools, and with program evaluators.


The Solar One High School program focuses on developing Science, Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) skiils in three separate pathways: a CleanTech track focusing on advanced skills in engineering, design, innovation and problems-solving in the Cleantech sector, a GreenTech track for general sustainability education and skills in building performance, efficiency, and renewables , and a Green Skills track focused on hard skills training in energy efficiency, electrical retrofitting, HVAC, auditing and solar installation.


Requirements:



Solar One is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. We are committed to diversity and

consider all applicants for all positions without regard to color, ethnic background, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, and disability status. EOE/AA/Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.


Please email resume to: [see email image above], with the title of the position you are appling for in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Positions will remain open

until filled.

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