Participate in and successfully complete new Corpsmember orientation and technical training.
• Engage on a small diverse team with a Crew Leader providing installation of new high-efficiency toilets throughout the Denver metro area for low-income residents. (Each installation helps save 140 gallons of water per week.)
• Participate with a small team to perform the installation of energy and water saving measures, including but not limited to aerators, compact florescent light bulbs and water efficient showerheads in low-income households in the Metro Denver area.
• Collaborate with Client Intake department to fill weekly schedule for all Conservation teams.
• Interact with low-income clients to offer information on energy and water conservation techniques during technical installs or through neighborhood canvassing.
• Fully comply with agency policies and procedures regarding high quality work, installations, tool management, paperwork completion and data accuracy.
• Fully participate in environmental education, leadership development, civic engagement, healthy lifestyles, career development, independent living and service learning activities.
• Receive hands-on technical trainings including use of hand and power tools. Learn to problem solve diverse technical challenges in the work space.
• Adhere to the rules and regulations specified in the MHYC Corpsmember Handbook.
• Fully participate in safety trainings and adhere to agency safety rules and regulations.
• Fully participate in career readiness training activities
• Participate in training and support of other Corpsmembers; serve in various leadership positions.
• Demonstrate commitment to teamwork, communication and problem-solving.
• May be required to participate in additional training opportunities
• May be required to participate in Make a Difference Day.
• Reports to MHYC Conservation Crew Leader.