Energy Vanguard is looking for an experienced residential HVAC designer.  This a senior-level position for someone with strong technical skills and residential HVAC design experience who is interested in working in the growing field of high-performance buildings, energy efficiency, and building science.

Third party HVAC design

To succeed in this role, you will have:

  • Residential HVAC design experience with proficiency in using the ACCA design manuals (J, S, D, T)
  • Technical aptitude, including good math skills
  • Science, engineering, or design background
  • Good computer skills
  • Desire to learn, ability to overcome obstacles, and positive attitude

In this position, you will:

  • Be in charge of the HVAC design division at Energy Vanguard
  • Complete HVAC design jobs, start to finish
  • Supervise HVAC design assistants and finish jobs started by them
  • Communicate with clients
  • Assist with HVAC design reporting and record keeping
  • Provide support in other areas when needed
  • Work in our Decatur, GA office

This is a great opportunity for those whose skills align with our needs.  We’re growing and taking advantage of the increasing demand for high performance buildings.  If you want to be in the vanguard of the green building and energy efficiency movement, you must do two things:  (1) Email your resume to us at evinfo@energyvanguard.com with “Not all knowledge comes from college” in the subject line, and (2) in 100 words or fewer, finish this sentence:  “Energy Vanguard should hire me because..."  You must do both to make our shortlist.  We’re looking for someone who’s good with the details.)

About Energy Vanguard

Energy Vanguard, in business since 2008, designs HVAC systems, consults on building science issues, provides quality assurance to home energy raters, and does various types of building science training.  What we’re most known for, though, is our blog, which attracts hundreds of thousands of readers each month.  We’re a small company with a big presence and a great place to advance your career.

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