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Weatherization and Housing Rehabilitation Auditor/Inspector

Clatsop, Tillamook, and Columbia Counties

Job Type

Full Time

$23.35-$39.94 per hour

About the Role

In support of the Agency’s Mission the Weatherization and Housing Rehabilitation Auditor/ Inspector will deliver weatherization, and housing rehabilitation services, to eligible households as regulated by the programs’ funding sources. On-site visits are performed at eligible client’s homes to determine cost effective weatherization and health and safety measures, structural and remedial repairs. The position will be responsible for: initial weatherization and rehabilitation inspections, energy audits, use of computerized audit tools and cost estimators, preparation of specifications, work orders, contracts, coordination of weatherization project activities with participating utilities, inspection of completed weatherization and rehabilitation projects for compliance with specifications, creation of program budgets, and program planning. The position will work as a team with other staff in the Weatherization and Housing Rehabilitation Programs to ensure optimum delivery of services to clients and to meet compliance objectives.

Requirements

  • High school graduate plus two years of college or equivalent experience in the weatherization, construction or real estate fields, including at least two of the following areas of proficiency:

    • Construction Techniques


    • Weatherization Techniques


    • Construction Specialties


    • Skills in bid package preparation, including cost estimating


    • Knowledge of OHSA requirements and building codes


  • Ability to safely operate equipment in the field including ladders, diagnostic and combustion equipment, power tools and hand tools.

  • Computer skills, especially use of weatherization auditing tools, construction estimators and spreadsheets.


  • Accurate record keeping skills.


  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret government regulations, technical procedures, specifications and building codes.


  • Independent decision-making skills and the ability to follow through with positive results

    • Negotiation skills are essential.


  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.


  • Excellent time management skills; proven experience meeting project timelines.


  • Dedication to working collaboratively as a team as well as motivated to work independently.


  • Must be a strong people-type person; demonstrated ability to work well with persons from all walks of life and cultural backgrounds; with subcontractors, vendors, co-workers, government agencies and the general public.



These are the general requirements. The full list of requirements and additional information can be found below.


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About the Company

Founded in 1966, Community Action Team is committed to:

Reducing the extent and negative effects of poverty
Increase family self-reliance
Improving community facilities and affordable housing stock
In order to effectively serve a large three county area, CAT established separate anti-poverty agencies in Clatsop and Tillamook counties. Clatsop Community Action was established in 1989 to serve Clatsop County and Community Action Resource Enterprises was established in 1991 to serve Tillamook County. Today CAT partners with these non-profit organizations to address the causes and conditions of poverty in our Northwest Oregon.

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