Job Listing Overview

The role of the Energy Efficiency Circuit Rider is to support the association’s goals and objectives related to assisting rural and small community water and wastewater utility systems in evaluating their energy needs, consumption and costs; recommending measures to reduce energy consumption; and identifying potential funding sources for improvements. The Energy Efficiency Circuit Rider is required to travel to systems working on-site to perform energy efficiency assessments and to assist the utility in developing an energy efficiency plan for the future. This position requires general knowledge in utility operations or building trades.

Other typical duties and responsibilities will/can include:

Comply with all Federal Contract Requirements
Performance of Energy Efficiency Assessments, preparing results and presentations to utility systems
Training planning 
Management training events annually
Weekly and monthly activity reports as well as developing annual operating plan
Promotional activities for functions and trainings and promote membership
Planning weekly travel (some overnight travel required)

Education and licensing:

Minimum High School Diploma – Prefer Associates Degree
Prior certification credential in energy efficiency audits/assessments or ability to obtain this certification within first quarter of employment
Basic knowledge of construction or utility maintenance
Ability to educate and assist the utility system in evaluating the different funding options available for equipment improvements
All candidates must possess a valid Indiana Driver’s License

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $48,000.00 – $51,000.00 per year


401(k) matching
Dental insurance
Flexible schedule
Health insurance
Health savings account
Paid time off
Retirement plan
Vision insurance

Schedule: 8 hour shift

Personal Qualities:

Team player
Basic computer skills in Microsoft applications such as word and power point
Great communication skills both written and verbal
Dynamic and positive can do attitude
Ability to work independently without supervision
Comfortable in a training role either onsite or in a formal classroom environment
Ability to research issues and challenges as they might apply to utility systems operation and management related to energy efficiency

Application Procedures

Interested candidates should submit resumes to:

Dee Deig –

About Alliance of Indiana Rural Water

The Alliance of Indiana Rural Water is a non-profit 501(c) 6 corporation that has been a state affiliate of the National Rural Water Association (NRWA) since 1981. The Alliance is a training and technical assistance trade association with over 800 member systems and vendors in Indiana. The Alliance currently has 11 field positions and 5 administrative staff working with rural and midsized communities across the state.