Career Opportunities

We are seeking qualified, career-minded individuals to grow with us.

Join Our Growing Team

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

Interested in making a difference while establishing a long term, rewarding career path? Apply today.

Competitive Salary
Exceptional Healthcare Benefits
Company Matching Retirement Plans
An Outstanding, Supportive Workplace
Opportunities for Advancement
Paid Time-Off

RunTime Solar 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.

Available Positions

Interested in applying? Please send resumes and additional information to RunTime Solar at careers@runtimesolar.com. No phone calls please.

O&M Service Technician

Position Summary

Work with existing Photovoltaic (PV) Systems installed by Norwich Solar and others. Perform service work, warranty work, and O&M duties throughout Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. PV system project size will range from 5kW to 5MW, including both ground-mounted and roof-mounted residential, commercial, industrial, and utility-scale grid-tied systems. Responsible for troubleshooting, documenting, and tracking assignments until completion, as well as data analysis using online monitoring platforms.

 

Primary Responsibilities

  • 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
  • Communicate company goals and direction with General Manager
  • Document all site changes/fixes resulting from the O&M work, file reports to be added to job as archiveddocumentation
  • Secure additional field help for service work as needed, through 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 though constructive feedback for constant quality improvement

 

Knowledge & Skill Requirements

  • 1+ year minimum experience as a solar PV installer or designer
  • Full NABCEP PV Certification, additional Electrical Licensure, or formal technical education
  • 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
  • Self-starter, positive “can do” attitude, determined problem-solving ability
  • Able to work both under instruction and in a self-directed manner as needed
  • Valid driver’s license is required
  • Position may occasionally require overnight travel

 

Please send cover letter and resume to careers@runtimesolar.com

Asset Manager

Position Summary

The Asset Manager is responsible for monitoring status, coordinating maintenance, and generating periodic reports for all (140 +) projects in the RunTime Solar (RTS) portfolio.  They will work closely with the General Manager to coordinate the daily operations and long-term growth of RTS. This fulltime position includes a robust benefit package offering medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401K with company match, paid parental leave, vacation benefits, and a flexible work environment. The home office is located in White River Junction, with the flexibility to work mostly remote. The right candidate will have to be available to travel to the home office at least once or twice a month.

Key Responsibilities: 

Work with General Manager to

  • Proactively plan and schedule O&M tasks to enhance and maintain performance of assets.
  • Communicate O&M priorities and schedule O&M Engineer / Technician site visits.  
  • Daily monitoring, analysis and tracking of asset performance.
  • Create a monthly asset fleet report to monitor, analyze and track performance.
  • Utilizing Netsuite: identify, solve, and document O&M issues as they arise, from case establishment through invoicing.
  • Support onsite troubleshooting through remote monitoring analysis, and access to manuals and site design. 
  • Manage all contract compliance and reporting related tasks to ensure prompt completion and full compliance with timelines, regulations, and reporting requirements.
  • Assess causes of  technical underperformance of assets in collaboration with Operations, Engineering, and Accounting.
  • Help to improve processes related to reporting and contractual compliance requirements, including the AlsoEnergy monitoring platform.
  • Write custom reports and performance analysis to supplement routine reports when requested for RTS and NT.
  • Assist other departments by providing remote commissioning support for Operations, production confirmation for Accounting, and snow shedding device support for R&D. 

Education and Experience

  • Previous experience with project engineering and/or project management, O&M specialist,  and asset management.
  • Experience with operations, regulatory compliance, contract management  and technical reporting.
  • Problem solving experience. 
  • Comfort with Google suite, Microsoft, Excel, CAD, AlsoEnergy. 
  • Willingness to learn  PVSyst, Helioscope,  and the National Electric Code.
  • Focus on organization, detail and timeliness.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • A team player who enjoys a friendly, professional team dynamic.
  • NABCEP certification a plus, not required.
  • Bachelor’s degree with quantitative focus (eg. finance, engineering, environmental science, mathematics, economics or related majors).

How to Apply 

  • Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and salary requirement to careers@norwichsolar.com. No phone calls please.

Norwich Technologies is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be given due consideration regardless of race, religion, or gender.