WEATHERIZATION SERVICES SUPERVISOR
Under direction, to assist in the overall planning, organization and management of the Weatherization Program; to directly supervise daily operations and crews for the delivery of weatherization services to citizens; and do other work as required.
The Community Solutions Division within the Department of Human Services provides services to disadvantaged, unemployed and under-employed County residents. The Weatherization Services Section provides services to income eligible residents of Clackamas County to reduce energy usage and furnish a comfortable and safe environment. Services are free and include insulation, weather stripping, and more depending on the condition of the citizen's home.
The Weatherization Services Supervisor is responsible for the day to day management of operations and crews and auditors/inspectors to deliver program services. The incumbent participates in crew personnel hiring and supervision, and also assists the Weatherization Services Program Manager with program management, administration and other project activities.
The Weatherization Services Supervisor differs from the Weatherization Services Program Manager which has the overall responsibility for the management of all aspects of the section, including budgeting and grants administration, and is not generally responsible for the day to day field operations of crews.
Duties may include but are not limited to the following:
- Oversees the projects and work of weatherization crews, through their Crew Leaders, to insure that assigned projects are completed within quality standards, on time, and within budget.
- Supervises assigned staff and participates in hiring and training; directs the Crew Leader and Staff meetings; prepares and conducts performance evaluations; recommends and administers discipline and work plans; facilitates staff training and development; promotes cooperative team efforts among staff, County departments, and with Citizens.
- Reviews field work and performs field inspections on installments for quality of work, use of proper materials and compliance with state weatherization specifications and local building codes; issues certificates of inspection and approval or notice of deficiency; explains deficiencies and answers questions regarding corrections required to meet installation requirements to the necessary
- Assists with the maintaining of weatherization inventory, including purchasing coordination for materials, tools, equipment and vehicle maintenance.
- Ensures compliance with safety procedures and regulations; assists in planning and implementing of safety and technical training programs; develops written procedures for maintenance activities; reviews safety concerns and suggestions.
- Reviews energy audits of proposed weatherization work for conformance to state and local codes and weatherization specifications; coordinates work with electrical, plumbing and HVAC contractors regarding job requirements; communicates necessary pertinent policies, statues, regulations and codes.
- Oversees daily operations of administration, including computer applications and services; assists staff with necessary training and use of standard applications and network resources.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Thorough Knowledge of: Federal, state and county weatherization regulations, specifications and local building codes; program guidelines, policies, customer health and safety issues; weatherization techniques, materials, tool knowledge and safety rules; weatherization auditing and final inspection regulations; principles and practices of public administration including organization design; budget and grant administration and personnel management.
Working Knowledge of: Participative management theories; eligibility requirement for individuals with limited economic and available resources; community resources; marketing techniques; office equipment, including computer equipment and software programs.
Skill to: Plan and coordinate weatherization programs; supervise, train, evaluate and discipline assigned staff; develop and utilize program and community resources and available staff; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; interpret policies and, regulations; develop procedures; gather and evaluate data; direct staff in continuous efforts to improve quality productivity and effectiveness; incorporate team participation in decision making; respond to changes desired by citizens and County staff; establish and maintain effective working relationships with community, private organizations, government agencies, businesses, County departments, employees and the public; use computerized equipment.
Within six (6) month of hire:
- Must have the following certifications through the State of Oregon Department of Energy or Oregon Energy Coordinator's Association: Building Shell Technician I, Diagnostic Technician I, Energy Analyst 1, Energy Analyst 2.
- Must have certification as Auditor/Inspector and the Computerized Energy Audit Certification by the State of Oregon Department of Energy or Oregon Energy Coordinator's Association.
- Must possess and maintain an Oregon Lead Based Paint Permit.
- Must possess and maintain CPR and First Aid certification.
- Must possess forklift certification.
Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds.
Must successfully pass a criminal history check which may include national or state fingerprint records check.
Must pass a pre-employment drug test.
Employment is contingent upon passing a post-offer physical assessment and drug screen. Accommodation requests will be reviewed on an individual basis in compliance with State and Federal legislation.
Driving is required for County business on a regular basis or to accomplish work. Incumbents must possess a valid driver's license, and possess and maintain an acceptable driving record throughout the course of employment.
MINIMUM RECRUITING STANDARDS
Any satisfactory combination of experience and training that demonstrates possession of the required knowledge and skills.