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Vivint Solar Site Surveyor

Company Name:
Vivint
Job Description
Vivint Solar Site Surveyor
Vivint Solar is seeking a Site Surveyor in and around the Mount Laurel, NJ area. We are looking for problem solvers, self-motivators and action oriented thinkers. We are changing the way the world produces power and are looking for a Site Surveyor that is ready to jump in and help our fast growing business grow even faster.
Surveyors are to take accurate measurements inside and out of our client's properties. Taking pictures of necessary electrical panels, meters, documents, obstructions, and general property. Uploading of those documents and pictures immediately after completion through tools provided. Installations will be designed based on those measurements. Previous experience of technical surveying and taking accurate measurements is a plus. Surveyor must be comfortable with heights and climbing onto roof areas. Additionally a good level of computer skills is required. Rates will be paid per completed survey.
Responsibilities:
Take pictures of necessary electrical panels, meters, documents, obstructions, and general property.
Effectively accomplish all site surveys on their daily schedule.
Communicate with customers and be very punctual.
Upload all documents and pictures immediately after completion through tools provided.
Install 2 solar panel systems to the standard of city inspection within a 1-day period.
Comply with all city regulations.
Install systems according to designed blueprints.
Adhere to all safety requirements and regulations.
Maintain a positive attitude and follow directions.
Assist with job site and company vehicle clean-up processes.
Required Skills
Must have good customer service skills.
Must have a valid driver's license.
Keeps a clean appearance.
Earns trust easily and maintains confidence from co-workers.
Ability to demonstrate basic computer skills.
Required Experience
2 years of experience in related field
Must be comfortable with heights and climbing onto roof areas for extended periods of time.

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