If you’re intrigued by innovative ways to replace fossil fuel with renewable energy, and you want to join of an energized team of hard-working, smart and fun people committed to rapidly expand the adoption of solar, we may just have a role for you.
As we continue growing the number of residential trackers that we have installed, we also continue to work on making the system more reliable for our customers. To continue to improve our ability to serve our customers well, we are looking to hire a service technician to maintain and repair solar Trackers.
Role and Responsibilities
The primary role of the Service Technician will be to provide professional customer service to Solaflect customers, make service visits to residential solar tracker installations to maintain and repair equipment, and keep detailed records of service work for the purposes of increasing overall reliability of the product. The secondary role of the technician will be to assist the installation and production teams and maintain optimal working space in the service and workshop spaces.
Service activities include:
- Diagnosing a variety of mechanical, structural, communication, and electrical issues
- Replacing mechanical and structural components
- Repairing electrical wiring/connections
- Repairing communication links/connections (communication types include: Cat5, Coax, and Fiber)
Qualifications and Education Requirements
Significant on-the-job training will be provided to the candidate who has an aptitude for hands-on work with mechanical and electrical systems and a desire to succeed in a fast-growing small-business setting.
What we’ll want you to have:
- Ability to interact effectively with customers
- Experience with solar power, electrical hardware design, mechanical design, software, and manufacturing engineering preferable
- Ability to perform hands-on tasks
- Ability to learn new software and online tools to aid project development and design
- Knowledge of electrical conventions and sizing (wire sizing, calculating current, voltage, and other PV-relevant variables) preferred
- Excellent verbal and written communication, and listening skills
- Ability and confidence to work independently
- Strong computer skills
- Self-motivated, hard working, with a high level of organization and planning skills
- Plenty of positive energy and a history of contributing to healthy team environments
Experience working with power tools, fiber optic communications, small electric motors, and photovoltaic systems are preferred. Computer programming, Microsoft Office, and software skills also preferred.
Compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience.
Please send you resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.