Arrow Conservation is seeking a motivated individual for a position as a Journeyman electrician. We have been a standard in the energy optimization industry for 30 years. Our Journeymen will service King to Whatcom counties and take on jobs in both the private and public sectors. Arrow performs many different types of electrical work including: remodels, Knob and Tube rewires and certifications, rough-ins, new additions, multi-family efficiency projects, ductless heat pump installations, service and panel changes and many others. We require Journeymen who are always proud of their work and want to continue learning new ways to apply their trade to not only benefit their customers but also to benefit by improving themselves.
A highly motivated individual who will be responsible for performing a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled weatherization improvements on residential single-family and multi-family structures.
CUSTOMER SUPPORT REPRESENTATIVE
We seek to add a member to the electrical side of our company. Successful candidates will have experience in an office setting in the electrical field, will be motivated self starters possessing a strong background in customer service, Excel, Outlook, Word, Service Fusion and QuickBooks.
WEATHERIZATION TECHNICIAN/INSTALLER REQUIREMENTS:
- Ability to learn quickly and follow technical and procedural specifications
- Maintain focus and hard work in a challenging environment
- Attention to detail
- Must be a team player, self-motivated, drug free, and have a valid driver’s license
- Back and Upper Body (lifting) – Frequently lift from floor to waist with one hand 20-40 lb. power tools, equipment, and supplies. Occasionally lift and carry from vehicle to house or up/down a flight of stairs a 50 lb. blower door (large fan – diagnostic tool for measuring air leaks in buildings) with one or two hands. Frequent lifting of 25-35 lb. bags of insulation from floor to shoulder height.
- Hands/Arms – Occasional caulking one to two hours per day using hands and arms – sometimes above the head. Frequent twisting motion using hands and arms when installing 30 or more light bulbs.
- Body Movement – Frequent bending, stooping, crawling and creeping in crawl spaces and attics with 12″ to 24″ clearances, and working from ladders on heights from 4-10 feet. Occasionally work with hands and arms reaching overhead measuring or applying weatherization materials.
- Respirator Use – Must be medically cleared to wear a respirator. Respirators are required to be used when working in attics, basements, and other areas where workers are exposed to particulates in the air.