Careers at Vallus Energy Consulting


Job Summary:

Energy Auditors help builders and contractors construct energy-efficient homes. They troubleshoot technical problems and issues and recommend solutions.

The Ideal Candidate has demonstrated:

  1. The ability to communicate very well and be empathetic to the issues our customers are facing. Great communication skills are a must.
  2. The desire and ability to proactively solve problems on a daily basis.
  3. Loves talking to people and can quickly build rapport with clients.
  4. Not afraid to ask probing questions so that you can ensure the client is being served well
  5. The ability to gather and document information/data quickly. Requires basic computer and technology skills.
  6. An innate hunger for growth.
  7. Flexibility with change- we are constantly improving technology and processes, and the ability to pivot is crucial.
  8. Strong math and science skills and the ability to learn new concepts.

What to expect:

  1. Visit several construction sites per day, meeting with clients and performing inspections M-F 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  2. You must be comfortable working outside year round.
  3. Troubleshoot technical problems and issues, and recommend solutions.
  4. Our work includes physical exertion, climbing ladders, working in attics and crawlspaces, etc.
  5. You should be able to lift at least 50 pounds. Some of the testing equipment is heavy.

*BPI Building Analyst Certification is required. Training for the certification can be provided.

**Background/Drug Screening required. Must be insurable for driving company vehicles.


About Vallus:

Our work makes a difference. Feel good about what you do.
Competitive pay and growth opportunities.
Drama Free work environment.
Great Benefits (Health, Retirement, Paid Time Off/Holidays, Education and Certifications)


This is the strongest team I’ve been a part of since my time in the military.

James R.

Energy Auditor, Vallus Corp.

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