Posts Tagged ‘hiring’

GreenHomes America is Hiring

April 29, 2011

GreenHomes America is HiringGrow With The Leader in Home Performance!
We Are Hiring!

Top Reasons to Work for GreenHomes America

  • Market leader in an exciting industry
  • Competitive salaries & great benefits
  • Rewarding “green” environment helps people and the planet
  • Use the latest tools, equipment & technology
  • Training and advancement opportunities

We Want the Best!

If you are highly motivated, driven to achieve, team-oriented, and dedicated to customer satisfaction then you’ve come to the right place!  We are looking for:

  • Advisors/Auditors—multiple locations in NY, NJ, CA, VA etc.
  • Financing manager
  • Installation Technicians

For more information or to apply:  visit us online or email info@greenhomesamerica.com

Equal Opportunity Employer.

GreenHomes is hiring in New York, California, and Virginia

April 20, 2011
 
We Are Hiring!

With more people concerned about making their homes more comfortable and concerned about rising energy costs, we’re seeing strong demand for quality home improvements.  To continue to grow and serve these homeowners, GreenHomes America needs to add to our top-notch staff.  

Currently, we’re hiring Energy Advisors and installers in Syracuse, NY, the Capital District of New York, and several California and Virginia locations.  Knowledge and experience in the home performance arena is strongly preferred, but we also have an industry leading in-house training program.  If you’re committed to excellence and customer satisfaction and you  like seeing happy homeowners after we’ve solved their comfort and energy problems, contact us for more information.  [Note–we do background checks, reference checks, and drug-testing.]

Our partner, Energy Efficient Solutions, in Yorktown, VA, is also hiring.

Thanks,
Mike

Green jobs with GreenHomes–We’re hiring

June 22, 2010

Here’s an example of green jobs in action.

GreenHomes America is expanding in  California, New York, North Carolina.   We are looking for experienced professionals  who understand the home performance/building performance industry and have the talent, skills, and motivation required to help us deliver outstanding results to homeowners.  In particular, we’re hiring:

  • Residential Sales Advisors
  • Customer Service Reps
  • HVAC Service Technicians
  • Shell Crew Leads and Technicians
  • Office Managers
  • Building Performance Trainers.

Real jobs, great benefits, and a chance to help improve out energy independence and save the planet one home at a time.   Visit the GreenHomes website to learn more about specific openings and locations.

Thanks,
Mike

GreenHomes is Hiring

July 26, 2009

Please pardon the ad, but I thought this might be of interest to you or someone you know.  Although the economy hasn’t bounced back completely yet, a lot of people are recognizing the importance of and value of improving their homes.   The $1500 federal tax credits for insulation, furnaces, air-conditioners, windows, and more certainly help.  And from an ROI perspective, investing in energy-efficiency can be one of the best investments to make right now.

As such, GreenHomes is busier than ever and accepting applications in Syracuse, Princeton, Northern New Jersey, and LA and Ventura counties in California.   Additional locations coming soon.  We’re looking for Advisors, Shell Technicans, HVAC Technicians, Certified Solar Installers, and more.   This is a great place for someone who likes the idea of more homes safer, more comfortable, and more energy-efficient, and who is looking to play a role in the country’s clean energy future.   See  GreenHomes for more info.

GreenHomes is Hiring!

WANTED: A “GOOD” JOB

April 14, 2009

A few weeks back on Sunday I was listening to This American Life on Vermont Public Radio, and within the context of the story line, the topic of what constitutes a ‘good career’ came up, the gist being that learning a trade in our new economy is on par with getting a degree in electrical engineering (like I did more than twenty years ago).

Based on what I’m seeing at GreenHomes America, and more generally in our industry and economy, I think the NPR folks are on to something real and substantial. The home performance category is creating jobs for engineers, for tradespeople, and for the office staff that support them. And when you consider the pent-up demand for home performance services, there is more work out there than GreenHomes can service, or that any of the existing home performance contractors can service right now.   Energy-efficiency first, and then renewable energy down the road, we’re going to see a lot of new jobs created in this sector. 

And these are good jobs! Unlike many white-collar jobs (engineers, accountants, marketers), these jobs in our industry are secure. They can’t be outsourced overseas.  Homes need to be insulated and air-sealed here.  High-efficiency heating, cooling, and ventilation equipment can only be installed onsite.  Solar thermal systems get installed on our roofs.  The work needs to be done right here, locally.   And these are year-round positions, offering good benefits, long-term employment opportunities, and a skill set that will prove valuable for many years.

Especially in light of the recent volatility in our economy, I suspect many people are thinking differently about what a ‘good job’ is. If job security, learning a valuable skill that will be in high demand for many decades to come, steady income growth, and geographical diversity sound good, a trade job in home performance stacks up pretty well.  

A generation ago, parents urged their kids into white-collar office jobs. Today, they may do well to consider a broader range of options, and “green-collar” looks pretty good.

Mike


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