Goode News – April 2022

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Newsletter   |   Apr 19, 2022


Hal Goode, Executive Director

Why start a career in weatherization? Through our Weatherization Assistance Program, Central Kentucky Community Action works to reduce energy waste and assure the health and safety of each client we serve. Trained technicians can help qualifying low-income families improve the overall energy efficiency of their homes, saving money and enhancing the quality of life for residents. Our service territory includes Breckinridge, Grayson, Hardin, Larue, Marion, Meade, Nelson and Washington counties. Weatherization will allow you to earn competitive wages while you learn – the cost of your training is covered, paid benefits can include health care, retirement, vacation, and sick leave.
Choose a career pathway that is technical or administrative, depending on your interest.  Here are some potential careers: 

  • Retrofit Installer Technician – Installs home energy-saving upgrades
  • Client Intake Specialist – Confirms client eligibility for the program
  • WAP Program Manager – Oversees program staff, planning, and performance
  • Quality Control Inspector – Ensures quality and completion of installed energy-saving upgrades
  • Energy Auditor – Examines homes to identify energy-saving upgrades
  • Crew Leader – Supervises installation of home energy-saving upgrades

Your skills and experience move with you anywhere in the country. Since 1976, weatherization has grown into a multibillion-dollar industry, with work in every county and state. Your work can improve your neighborhood and help the most vulnerable residents by making their homes safer to live in and more energy efficient.
Do you have a… Sample Career Pathway Depending on experience and qualifications. A willingness to learn, positive attitude and strong work ethic? A desire to help your community and the environment. Then a career in weatherization may be a good fit for you! Contact Weatherization Director David Lindsey with any questions.