We are seeking Solar Installers to work as part of our Field Crew. Solar Installers are responsible for the proper installation of Harvest Solar Systems while representing the Harvest Solar brand. As a Solar Installer, you will work outside in a commercial construction setting 95 to 100% of the time. The setting includes outdoor work, working 10 -12 hour days with exposure to construction site hazards and all elements of weather. Work is performed at the job site and locations vary, therefore overnight travel for periods of 3 to 5 days is required. Harvest values our employees work life balance and overnight travel is primarily scheduled Monday through Friday, so you can look forward to having weekends off! Hotel and transportation costs are covered. A $50.00 per day food per diem is paid for overnight stays.
Our compensation package includes an hourly pay rate between $16.00 and $22.00 based on your skills and experience. A $2.00/hour premium is paid when you achieve your CDL Class A Driver's Permit, and an additional $2.00/hour is paid you’re you achieve your CDL Class A license. Overtime is paid at time and half after 40 hours in a calendar week; Monday through Sunday.
Major Responsibilities of Position· Maintain Excellent Attendance. When you are not at work, our customer and thereby Harvest’s reputation are negatively impacted.· Properly represent Harvest Solar through your professional dress, conduct and behavior on the site or with customers· Follow all instructions to ensure that operations are completed in a safe and productive manner and ensuring the quality of our product.
· Work in a collaborative manner with other installers and electricians to ensure the quality of our product.
· Active participation in the areas of safety, quality, productivity, cost reduction and customer satisfaction.
· Following instructions from construction project managers and supervisors
· Taking apart or constructing scaffolding, bracing and other temporary structures for the construction site
· Digging trenches and backfill holes to prepare for the construction site
· Operating equipment and heavy machinery used in construction sites
· Loading and unloading building materials
· Cleaning the construction site by removing hazards materials and debris from the worksite
· Assisting craft workers such as carpenters or electricians with their duties, if needed
· Lay out jobsites, operate equipment to bore holes or drive posts, pour concrete, fasten, and level racking, mount solar panels, run wiring, and test array output.· Perform routine maintenance requirements on company-owned equipment as directed.· Report safety incidents to your supervisor/crew leader and complete required accident reports.· Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.