MassCEC will continue accepting applications to the Whole-Home Air-Source Heat Pump Pilot Program until June 25, 2021 or until all funding is committed
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The successful Program Administrator identifies issues as or before they arise, and resolves them promptly by working collaboratively with the Program Manager, grantee/consultant, and other parts of the organization as needed, including Finance, Legal, other team members and senior management. The Program Administrator will provide comprehensive support to coordinate the day-to-day activities of MassCEC programs, assist with program development, and more.
The Program Manager will work to support and manage a team of analyst and customer service representatives. The Program Manager will also play a critical role in working with IT vendors and technical consultants. This position is responsible for ensuring the proper use, maintenance, and operation of the online system registration platforms for both renewable electric, clean peak standard systems and renewable thermal systems. The critical functions for these systems include both registration of new clean energy systems, ongoing clean energy system production reporting, and customer service. Duties include ensuring the accuracy of system application records as well as production data. Job responsibilities include validation and essential quality controls for a high volume of applications with unique attributes.