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Energy Efficiency Program Assistant

Use your organizational skills to start a rewarding career that makes a difference

Job Details

Typical Tasks

  • Answer people’s questions about the energy efficiency program
  • Review program applications
  • Meet and communicate with a team of coworkers and program partners
  • Assist with program promotion and marketing initiatives
  • Help compile data and program reports

Typical Skills

  • A high level of computer skills
  • Attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Excellent communication and customer service
  • Critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work as part of a team

Typical Experience or Education

  • Employers may require a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Some higher education programs or certifications may help you prepare for this career path, but they are not always necessary
  • Experience with basic computer applications like email, word documents, and spreadsheets
  • Many employers will hire for this role without previous work experience
  • Knowledge of energy-efficient building design, solutions, and materials can help get your foot in the door, but is not required

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