Weatherization & Energy Conservation Manager
To provide oversight, coordination, management, and supervision of all the activities and daily operations of the Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency’s Weatherization and Energy Conservation programs. To represent NMCAA and the interests of its service population in the greater community.
- Manage the development and implementation of Weatherization contracts and grants to include program goals, service methods, staffing patterns, implementation design, periodic reviews of activities and progress towards goals, modification of program plans, expenditure of grant funds, reporting to funding sources, and evaluation of activities.
- Develops new opportunities for energy conservation program expansion/enhancement in collaboration with Housing and Community Development Team.
- Oversees and monitors all grant spending within the Weatherization and energy conservation programs, reviewing and approving all jobs, draws and reports.
- Oversees or performs weatherization project management.
- Oversees all inspections and associated paperwork.
- Ensures completion of appropriate reporting and file review for monitoring and audit preparation. Represent the agency to those conducting monitoring or audit reviews.
- Prepare statistical and narrative programmatic reports for internal agency use and external funding sources in a timely and accurate manner. This may include participation in the preparation of proposals to private and public funding agencies and the development and implementation of methods through which to collect program data including file maintenance.
- Remain abreast of programmatic requirements including home improvement standards, weatherization policy and technical requirements, state historic review, and other regulations as are required by the agency and funding sources. Ensure all staff are trained and certified appropriately.
- Provide day-to-day supervision and direction to assigned staff including but not limited to: scheduling staff; evaluating staff performance; evaluating staff development needs and aiding in determining appropriate training or coaching; and resolving staff conflicts.
- Solicit and select necessary independent contractors for Weatherization work. This includes but is not limited to: ensuring contractors are adequately trained, licensed, and insured; establishing clear timelines for work completion; maintaining quality control; and issuing final approval when work is completed. If necessary, recommend termination of work when not meeting specifications