Solar Career Opportunities at Norwich Solar Technologies 2017-05-23T14:38:10+00:00

SOLAR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Solar panels at The Mountain School

NORWICH SOLAR TECHNOLOGIES

SEEKS QUALIFIED, CAREER-MINDED INDIVIDUALS TO GROW WITH US!

Norwich Solar Technologies is a rapidly growing Solar Energy Technology company located in White River Junction, Vermont and West Lebanon, New Hampshire.  Norwich Solar Technologies 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.

Interested in making a difference while establishing a long term, rewarding career path? Check us out!

We offer:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Healthcare
  • Retirement account with Company Match
  • An outstanding, supportive work place
  • Opportunities for advancement in a fast-paced growth environment
  • Paid Time off

Sound Good? Apply with Resume and Cover Letter to Careers@NorwichSolar.com

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

PV PROJECT ENGINEER

The PV Project Engineer is a full-time project designer and administrator. Day-to-day tasks include creating preliminary PV system designs for potential clients, preliminary electrical design of PV module and inverters, predictive modeling of energy generation, system documentation and in-field testing, permitting and financial grant applications, and other varied tasks. Download the PV Project Engineer job description.

SR. DIRECTOR OF PROJECT FINANCE & CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT

Sr. Director of Project Finance & Corporate Development is to lead and manage the negotiation and execution of the Purchase Power Agreements (PPAs) with new customers and the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) agreements with system owners and direct purchase customers. As part of managing project funding, the Sr. Director of Project Finance & Corporate Development will interface with the Sales team to provide clear metrics for profitable and readily saleable projects and with the Operations team to ensure the proper presentation of project technical descriptions. Download the Sr. Director of Project Finance & Corporate Development job description.

PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR

Norwich Technologies is seeking a project administrator to work with our sales and engineering team to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency.  As a start-up company, a broad range of activities and skills will be required.  Particular near-term tasks include project permitting, design, scheduling, and engineering and financial documentation reporting for our Solar and grant projects. Download the Project Administrator job description

NABCEP CERTIFIED ENGINEER- INSTALL DIVISION

Full-time position for an experienced NABCEP certified engineer to work with the installer divison. Day-to-day tasks include reviewing preliminary PV system designs, field management of project installation, system documentation and in-field testing, permitting and financial grant applications, O&M and warranty field and office work, and other varied tasks. Download the NABCEP Certified Engineer job description

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING/ COMPUTER SCIENCE INTERN

As an engineering intern, you will be working on developing a new solution for clearing snow from PV panels.
Data Acquisition system:
To evaluate the significance of the snow losses, you will develop efficient algorithms to collect and analyze environmental and power production data from geographically diverse PV installations. In addition, you will develop an optical data acquisition and analysis system which can determine the percentage snow cover of the solar panels. The data from these tasks will be used to develop a model which can accurately monitor, measure and forecast the loss in power production due to snow. Download the Software Engineering/Computer Science Intern job description

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING INTERN

As a mechanical engineering intern, you will be working on developing a new solution for clearing snow from PV panels.
The tasks:
• Develop multiple designs of the snow shedding device
• Perform material selection and a thorough investigation of the fabrication processes
• Build prototypes using in-house resources
• Test the prototypes on solar panels to validate the attachment mechanism
• Perform structural, fatigue, moisture testing.
• Develop experimental protocols to validate the prototypes.
• Iterate over the product design cycle to deliver 2 or 3 possible designs.
• Design for manufacturing
• Design and set up a monitoring system on-site for a pilot array for winter 2017-2018. Download the Mechanical Engineering Intern job description