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About Norwich Solar
Norwich Solar is a rapidly growing Solar Energy Technology company located in White River Junction, Vermont and West Lebanon, New Hampshire. Norwich Solar provides a challenging but rewarding work environment; together with our clients and partners, our work supports local job creation, increased energy independence, and reduced pollution while following socially responsible business practices.
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Norwich Solar has been developing and commercializing leading-edge innovations in Renewable Energy Technology since 2011. Our mission is to continue to advance the integration and deployment of affordable solar power for regional organizations – enabling them to improve their bottom line while reducing their carbon footprint. Our clients include municipalities, community services institutions, schools, businesses large and small, and community solar residential clients.
Exceptional Healthcare Benefits
Company Matching Retirement Plans
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Opportunities for Advancement
Norwich Technologies, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. We prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, marital status, or any other legally protected status. Applications by members of all underrepresented groups are encouraged.
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RunTime Solar - O&M Service Technician
Norwich Technologies, voted by its employees in 2021 & 2022 as one of the Top 50 Best Places to Work in Vermont, is a vertically integrated company which develops and deploys forward looking clean energy innovations for our community, business, and utility customers throughout the Northeast. From US Department of Energy Research & Development grants to hundreds of commercial solar and EV charging installations, Norwich Technologies’ experience and services are supporting all communities’ transition to a cleaner, sustainable future.
Our growing company, RunTime Solar, a division of Norwich Technologies, seeks an individual with strong organizational and troubleshooting skills to perform service work, warranty work and O&M duties throughout Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. These existing Photovoltaic (PV) Systems, installed by Norwich Technologies and others, range from 1 KW to multiple MW, including both ground-mounted and roof-mounted residential, commercial, industrial, and utility-scale grid-tied systems. This position will be responsible for troubleshooting, maintenance, documenting, and tracking assignments until completion as well as data analysis using online monitoring platforms. This full-time position includes a salary commensurate with experience, along with a robust benefit package offering health care, vacation, dental, vision and disability insurance, and retirement savings opportunities.
Respond to service calls as dispatched, drive assigned issues, and seek advice/counsel as needed
Track case progress and log communications with Asset/Service Manager using the NetSuite system
Troubleshoot and implement code-compliant repairs in the field in a safe and efficient manner
Fill out Service Work Orders, and track travel, labor time, and materials used for billing
Communicate all day-to-day service matters with Asset/Service Manager
Document all site changes/fixes resulting from the O&M work, add reports to be filed to job as archiveddocumentation
Secure additional field help for service work as needed, through the Asset/Service Manager
Perform PV system commissioning and testing procedures
Assist Asset/Service Manager in feedback loop to NT, Operations, Project Management and Engineering teams by critically examining installations and sharing findings through constructive feedback for constant qualityimprovement
Knowledge and Skill Requirements
1+ year minimum experience as a solar PV installer or designer
Strong understanding of grid-tied solar installation, PV system design, installation commissioning procedures, shutdown/LOTO procedures, troubleshooting, monitoring, and repair
Knowledge of the NEC and the ability to use and reference the code as required
Proficient skill with computers, Windows OS, Microsoft Office, Google Suite
Industrial Communications & Networking knowledge, wired and wireless
Excellent interpersonal skills and attention to detail