Be a Home Energy Professional in the United States

The Weatherization Assistance Program is hiring team members and contractors all across the country. With on-the-job training, competitive pay and benefits, and nationally recognized certifications, it is a great place to start or grow your career.

Weatherization in the United States

Weatherization Makes an Impact

The U.S. Department of Energy funds the Weatherization Assistance Program to help low-income households:

> Reduce yearly energy costs by $372

> Increase the energy efficiency of their homes

> Improve the health and safety of residents

Join a National Team

8,500+ home energy professionals work for more than 700 employers in every county and state in careers that have:

> On-the-job training with competitive pay and benefits

> Pathways to advancement with nationwide certifications

> A positive impact on communities and the environment

A Growing Industry

Since 1976, weatherization has grown into a multibillion-dollar industry which supports the local workforce and creates new job opportunities. Do you have a …

> Willingness to learn

> Positive attitude and strong work ethic

> Desire to grow your career and be part of a team

Wages in the United States

Here are some example careers and wages we’ve seen across the country for home energy careers.

Retrofit Installer Technician

$28,080 - $38,480

Crew Leader

$34,320 - $44,720

Energy Auditor

$36,400 - $48,880

Quality Control Inspector

$40,560 - $53,040

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