1st Light Energy

  • Solar Residential Electrician

    Req No.
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Best Pay Structure in the Industry


    **Plus Paid Benefits**


    1st Light Energy Inc. was founded in January of 2005 with the vision to provide alternative energy solutions that positively impact our environment and have solid financial returns for our customers.  We have become one of the most experienced solar companies in the Nation.


    For twelve years 1st Light Energy has been selling and installing solar, more than many of our competitors combined. Throughout the many innovations and changing expectations of the industry, we have adapted and thrived.


    Each of our seven offices across the United States has given us a unique experience working with many different utilities and local governments. We eagerly prepare to enter new markets, bringing solar programs that are favorable to homeowners and business owners alike.





    • Reviewing plans and diagrams for Township submissions.
    • Assisting in permitting process within local municipalities.
    • Inspecting pre-install job sites to ensure proper preparation for upcoming projects. 
    • Assisting in photovoltaic installation process (interconnections to grid tied systems)
    • Assisting operations manager in developing protocols in new territories for smooth operational workflow from project inception through final inspections.
    • Attending inspections to close out projects.
    • Planning details of working procedure by determining replacement needs or new material required and developing a logical approach to correct issues.


    Pre-employment background screen, motor vehicle record screen, and drug screen will be completed.

    2+ years of Electrical Experience preferred.

    Must be willing and able to climb ladders, stairs and work on rooftops.

    NABCEP certification preferred but not required.

    High school diploma or a GED certificate.




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