Energy & Weatherization Assistant I

Snohomish County Human Services   Everett, WA   Temporary     Administration / Clerical
Posted on November 10, 2021
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Salary $39,348.24 - $47,828.76 Annually
Location Everett, WA
Job Type Temporary
Department Human Services
Job Number 2021-00399
Division Human Services Housing & Community Services
Closing 11/21/2021 11:59 PM Pacific

Come join our Human Services Energy Assistance Team!

We are currently hiring (5) full-time temporary Energy & Weatherization Assistant I positions in the Energy Assistance Program of our Housing & Community Services Division.

These positions will work 100% with the Energy Assistance Program.  This is a 6-month temporary assignment.  The candidates selected may be able to stay longer in these positions based on the needs of the program.

These positions require working in the office 2-3 days per week and 2-3 days remotely per week.  

Looking for a dynamic individual with excellent math skills, ability to determine income and program eligibility, work in a fast-paced environment, and work with a very diverse population.

These individuals must have high-speed internet, a private office space when working remote and the ability to redirect communicate professionally when encountering disgruntled customers and be able to consistently retain program-related information as expected for this position.

NOTE:  Any references to weatherization tasks or acquiring certifications in this notice are not applicable to these position.


To interview low income clients and establish their eligibility for grant funded energy and weatherization programs.  Process necessary documents for compliance with regulations.

Job Duties


  1. Assists clients in person and on the telephone in correctly completing forms; reviews forms for accuracy; requests additional information as needed; calculates eligibility and answers questions regarding eligibility.
  2. Answers telephone; respond to questions or routes calls to correct party.
  3. Reviews client files to ensure that all documents are signed and completed per contract compliance.
  4. Provides information and referral to Community Service Agencies.
  5. Enters information on the computer in specialized format, including application, program or financial data.
  6. Receives and routes incoming mail; may deliver mail to Post Office and maintain mail log.


  1. Provides client training in Energy Conservation.
  2. Assists client in budget counseling.
  3. Schedules phone interviews; assists elderly, handicapped and homebound clients with their eligibility.
  4. Assists with appointment scheduling.
  5. Performs related duties as required.


Minimum Qualifications


One (1) year of experience in Energy/Weatherization programs performing a variety of office work, interviewing and computer experience; OR, any equivalent combination of training and/or experience that provides the required knowledge and abilities.  LIHEAP Energy Assistance Program experience preferred.  Must pass job related tests.


LIHEAP Energy Assistance Program experience preferred.


A valid Washington State Driver's License is required for employment.


Additional Information



Knowledge of:

  • computers, data entry and standard software programs such as Microsoft Word and Excel
  • standard office practices and procedures and all related office work
  • standard human service client protocol including interview techniques, client confidentiality requirements, and professional conduct

 Ability to:

  • perform mathematical computations
  • communicate effectively with a diverse population
  • learn and retain a complex series of rules and regulations to determine eligibility and benefits
  • explain complex rules, policies and procedures in a concise easy to understand manner
  • read, interpret and enter data accurately and rapidly
  • maintain an organized work setting, tracking forms and applications
  • work with minimum supervision in a fast paced setting meeting deadlines while coping with distractions and interruptions
  • accurately follow oral and written instructions
  • maintain accurate records and prepare required reports
  • maintain a professional demeanor while exercising good judgment


Employees receive direction from a technical Lead Energy & Weatherization Assistant III, and supervision from a Human Services Specialist III or administrator as assigned. Objectives, priorities and goals/deadlines are established by the supervisor. Employees plan and carry out successive steps and resolve problems in accordance with instructions, policies and accepted practices.


     The work is performed in the usual office environment with occasional field work when assisting clients.

Snohomish County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer.
Accommodations for individuals with disabilities are provided upon request. 
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