Weatherization Program Supervisor (#RC0300)
$25.74-$31.29 Hourly / $4,461.60-$5,423.60 Monthly / $53,539.20-$65,083.20 Yearly


Under direction, performs responsible supervisory, administrative, and skilled crafts work pertaining to the County’s weatherization and home rehabilitation programs which are administered by the Aging and Community Services Bureau of the Human Services Agency; plans and directs the work of subordinate staff; conducts outreach; and does related other work as required in accordance with Rule 3, Section 3 of the Civil Service Rules.


An employee in this single position class is responsible for planning, directing, and supervising the staff and activities of the county’s weatherization and home rehabilitation programs.


  • Selects, assigns, trains and evaluates subordinate staff; inspects work sites for completion and quality of work; reviews documentation for reimbursement; supervises and participates in the outreach and intake of weatherization program services.
  • Completes and reviews program eligibility documents; ensures that information is recorded appropriately and completely; verifies information and determines eligibility for services.
  • Assesses dwellings for weatherization needs; determines if rehabilitation work is required and determines work to be performed; prepares dwelling weatherization and rehabilitation cost estimates; prepares specifications for weatherization work.
  • Monitors the work of contractors; authorizes, schedules, and supervises the work of weatherization crews.
  • Orders and purchases weatherization materials; maintains an inventory of equipment and supplies.
  • Provides weatherization program information to clients, as well as various agencies and community organizations.
  • Reviews, interprets, organizes and ensures compliance with state and federal contracts; maintains program records and completes various reports; schedules and attends staff meetings.




Experience:  Three years as a Senior Weatherization Specialist in San Joaquin County.




Education:  Completion of 60 semester units from an accredited college or university.


Experience:  Two years of energy-related building and construction experience, such as installing windows, doors, heating systems, insulation, air sealing, and/or performing other tasks to improve energy efficiency.


Substitution:  One additional year of energy-related building and construction experience in a home performance program funded by a state, utility, or other agency with specific compliance standards may be substituted for the above-required education.



Verification Letter:  Possession of a letter issued by the Building Performance Institute (BPI), dated no more than one year prior to appointment, verifying that all of the BPI prerequisites for the Crew Leader, Retrofit Installer-Technician, Quality Control Inspector, and Energy Auditor certification examinations have been met.




License:  Possession of a valid California Class C driver’s license.


Principles and methods of home weatherization; federal weatherization program regulations/policies; construction-related safe work practices; principles and practices of building science, including heat/moisture/pressure flow, ventilation, and thermal/pressure boundaries; building materials, techniques and terminology; building retrofit techniques;  basic principles of public agency supervision and administration; basic principles of customer relations; basic math, record keeping, and inventory control practices.


Plan, organize, administer, and implement energy-related building and construction projects; identify potential safety hazards and select appropriate safety equipment for self and others working in a construction environment; safely use hand and power tools; read and interpret energy-related building information, including regulatory requirements; estimate the time, materials, and methods required to complete construction project components; assess crew member and contractor capabilities and the quality of work performed; gather and analyze data and information, and prepare statistical and narrative reports; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain working relationships with associates, other agencies, and the general public; read, understand, and apply written regulations and instructions; ability to write concise correspondence and reports.


Mobility:  Frequently standing or sitting for long periods of time; occasional pushing, pulling, bending, squatting, climbing stairs, crawling, working in tight spaces such as attics, and lifting/carrying up to 100 pounds; Visual: frequent use of overall vision, color perception, and eye-hand coordination; frequent close-up reading; Dexterity: frequent reaching, grasping, writing, and similar repetitive motion activities; occasional use of hand tools and power tools; Hearing/Talking: frequent hearing and talking on a  telephone/radio; occasional hearing of faint sounds; Emotional/ Psychological Factors: frequent public contact, decision making, exposure to heights, and working alone; occasional overtime work, including evenings, weekends, or holidays; Environmental Conditions: occasional exposure to dirt, dust, smoke, fumes, poor ventilation, and indoor/outdoor temperature conditions.

CLASS: RC0300; EST: 10/8/2014; REV: ;