Join the Solar For All Revolution!

At PosiGen, we are passionate about providing solar energy and energy efficiency solutions for people of all income levels. We are seeking an equally passionate Field Service Electrician to help further our mission by resolving post-activation customer issues in the Connecticut market. 

Essential Job Functions

  • Conduct a physical site inspection using a variety of equipment and tools including but not limited to; measuring devices, hand tools, various ladder types and sizes, and more.
  • Investigates and resolves customer issues, which will be largely if not entirely post activation of their solar system.
  • Follow organization policies and procedures including OSHA requirements. Complete OSHA training as required.
  • Manages, schedules, and completes all service and warranty related work. 
  • Organizes, leads, and maintains the warranty and service schedule.
  • Works with the Field service tech 3, to allocate labor resources to service and warranty projects.
  • Supports training and development for Field Service Technicians and system monitoring techs.
  • Supports the on-boarding and training of new members of the field performance team.
  •  Regularly exceeds defined goals for field performance key performance indicators including but not limited to turnaround time, experience rating and average dispatches completed.
  • Supports with site audits when needed.

Education/Experience

  • Actively licensed in the state of Connecticut as an Electrician is required.
  • 1+ years residential solar experience required, including hands-on experience with electrical components of a photovoltaic system.
  • Proficiency with computers and various applications including MS Office, as well as a general disposition towards learning technology including the use of online platforms such as but not limited to Dropbox, Salesforce (CRM) on various devices (laptop, tablet, and smartphone).
  • Proficiency with Google Workspace preferred.
  • Ability for and no fear of working from ladders/scaffolding or working in confined spaces such as crawl spaces or attics, under mobile homes.
  • General knowledge of installation of energy saving materials and associated tools.
  • Must possess a valid state driver’s license and clean driving record.

About PosiGen

PosiGen is a people-centric, rapidly growing residential solar company committed to making Solar For ALL a reality. We aim to simplify solar, improve home efficiency, and generate opportunities for the underserved through our first of its kind, no credit check, guaranteed savings solar leasing program. 

As employees at PosiGen, we are passionate about furthering our mission of Solar For ALL. At PosiGen, we celebrate the individual and foster an environment where employees can be their true self. We strive to live every day by our values:

  • Act with Integrity
  • Be Humble, Be Kind
  • Collaborate and Seek to Understand
  • Deliver on our Promises
  • Engage Passionately

PosiGen is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer committed to diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other factor protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Individuals who require reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act in order to participate in the search process should notify the Office of Human Resources.

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