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Careers at ESA

Renewable Energy Careers at ESA Renewables

Careers

At ESA Renewables, we’re harnessing the power of renewable energy to generate new ways to solve challenges and improve lives.  Our employees are changing the world around us – pioneering new products and addressing some of the world’s biggest energy challenges.  ESA offers countless possibilities to use your skills and abilities to make a difference.

CURRENT OPEN POSITIONS – Lake Mary, Florida:

  • Developers – The primary responsibility of the Developer is to identify, qualify and close new solar sales and deepen relationships with targeted customers. Successful candidates will work with company resources to develop winning solutions and engage appropriate resources from cross-functional teams to ensure successful business execution.
  • Solar Electrical Technician – As a Solar Electrical Technician for ESA Renewables, LLC the applicant would be responsible for many field operation tasks in the construction and operation & maintenance divisions. Technicians must have the ability to manage their time and complete required job assignments on schedule and within budget. Technicians will be required to travel as needed for system construction, testing, commissioning, warranty work and system trouble shooting.
  • Licensed Solar Electrician – These positions are located in Texas, New Jersey, Florida, North Carolina, New Mexico, Indiana & Massachusetts.  Learn More.
  • Licensed Electrical Engineer – Are you a Licensed (PE) Electrical Engineer with 3+ years of engineering consulting experience particularly with Solar and Renewable Energy knowledge? If you are looking to showcase your solar skills with a cutting edge organization, this position just may be for you. Learn More.

 Submit your resume and salary requirements to: careers@esarenewables.com

It is ESA Renewables policy to recruit, employ, promote and take other personnel actions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability or membership in any other group(s) protected by federal, state, local or international laws or regulations, and to take affirmative action as required by law.