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Passion. That’s the common attribute of those that work for our organization. We are dedicated to helping the people who utilize our services. If you’re ready to make a difference, bookmark our website and check back for future openings.  Or, upload your resume and tell us your interests. We’ll consider you for future opportunities.

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  • The Executive Director Position

    portfolio valued at over $13,000,000, with an operation of 36 employees and a $4,000,000 operating budget. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and leads the implementation of the agency’s strategic plan, fundraising and financial management strategies. The ED represents the agency at national and regional levels and oversees housing development activities to ensure that the philosophy, mission, and policies established by the Board of Directors (BOD) are implemented in all daily operations, programs, and services. In collaboration with the board of directors, the ED supports the development and effective operation of the Board. Housing Resources operates locally, while thinking and participating nationally, and gaining access to financial resources, training opportunities and the experience of hundreds of colleagues around the country.

  • The Community Housing Data Manager will aid the Community Building and Engagement Director with the Montrose Housing Collaboration and the Western Region’s Built for Zero Coordinated Entry System. Primary responsibilities include collecting and inputting data, conducting intakes, and working with the Housing Counseling and Education Center Program Director, the Montrose Housing Liaison, the Montrose Housing Collaboration, and the Western Coordinated Entry System to reduce homelessness in the Region 10 area.

  • This position requires a thorough knowledge of national weatherization standards and field applications to train and assist with supervising agency field staff. Trainer must develop a curriculum to address the unique training needs of Weatherization staff for safety, quality assurance and Building Performance Institute (BPI) Home Energy Professional (HEP) qualifications including beginner level Energy Auditor, Retrofit Installer, and Crew Leader but with a primary focus on Quality Control Inspector (QCI) certification.
    This position is a non-exempt management position and will be responsible for training and overseeing weatherization job production for the Montrose district of HRWC and assisting with a safety program for all three office locations (Grand Junction, Montrose, Durango). Responsible for ensuring all State of Colorado & Department of Energy (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) guidelines are followed, proper utilization of NEAT/MHEA software, and conducting preliminary energy audits and DOE required QCI final inspections.

  • Housing Resources of Western Colorado (HRWC) is now accepting applications for a technical position responsible for all Weatherization related HVAC and water heater installations and repairs primarily for the Grand Junction and occasional Montrose district offices. This position requires a thorough knowledge installing and performing minor repair of gas or electric furnaces and gas or electric water heaters in site build homes and in manufactured homes. All installations must be to manufacture and industry specifications. A complete understanding of associated jurisdictional codes and required permitting is required. Preferred NATE certification for gas furnaces. Upon employment must secure the required master mechanical license with the City of Grand Junction within six months. Work vehicle and required tools of the trade provided. Salary range commensurate with experience, benefits including earned personal leave, family health insurance plan, 401K, paid holidays.

  • Energy Technician I for Weatherization is a technical non-exempt position that performs a variety of home energy weatherization and insulation procedures in accordance with established practices and Colorado Energy Office (CEO) Weatherization (WX) field standards and procedures.

  • A technical non-exempt position responsible for performing a variety of home energy weatherization procedures in accordance with Colorado Energy Office (CEO) field standards and required to function as lead person in supervising other energy technicians on the job site. Utilizes independent judgment on technical aspects of weatherization measures, processes required paperwork and exercises material inventory controls. Perform field and computer based energy audits as well as final inspections of units to insure compliance with CEO and agency standards.

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