Solar System Installer


Minimum Experience Required: 1 year

Job Description: This is an on-the-job training opportunity. Responsibilities: Work as part of an installation crew installing solar electric systems. Tasks include reading construction drawings and instructions, electrical work and wiring, excavation, layout and assembly of solar modules and mounting hardware on roofs and the ground, general construction in residential or commercial environments, documenting of completed work. Communicate effectively with managers and engineers to optimize safety, quality, productivity and customer satisfaction. Carefully follow established company installation processes and safety procedures. Constantly strive to improve tools and processes and share experiences with other crews. Requirements: General construction knowledge and experience. Electrical construction experience, residential or commercial wiring. Ability to work effectively in a small team and at a variety of customer sites. OSHA 10 hour training is desirable. BOCES or community college or equivalent solar electric training desirable. Ability to work on ladders and roofs mandatory. Ability to work outdoors. Carefully follow company safety and installation procedures. Maintain professional behavior and appearance in front of customers at all times. Provide own transportation to and from customer jobsites in the region. Smoking is not permitted on customer or company property or in company vehicles. Compensation and Hours: This is a full time hourly position. Normal hours are Monday to Friday 7:30am to 4:30pm with one hour lunch. Overtime is required at times. Pay range is $17 – 22 per hour dependent on experience. Must submit to background and driver’s license check. Must have own tools. Benefits include available health insurance, dental & vision insurance, paid vacation, paid holidays, paid sick and personal days, and 401k.

Job Location: Rhinebeck, NY

Pay: $17.00-$22.00 Hourly

Benefits: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vacation, Sick Leave, Holidays, Retirement/Pension Plan

Hours per Week: 40

Duration: Full Time, Regular

Work Days: Monday through Friday

Shift: First (Day Shift)

Public Transportation: Public Transportation is not available.

Minimum Education Required: High School Diploma

Driver Licenses, Including Endorsements: Class D (Operator)

How to Apply:

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Fax: (845) 876-4200