Solar Power Careers

Below are the career opportunities we currently have open.

+ Service Department Coordinator Level I


$13~$15 Per Hour DOE

Reports to

Chief Operating Officer – Chad Preece

Position Summary

The Service Department Coordinator Level I position is responsible for providing a high level of service and expertise in the processing, customer support, vendor and inventory management and intra-department communications regarding service Work Orders. Other responsibilities include:

  • WorkFlow maintenance
  • Work Order creation
  • Work Order Tracking
  • Schedule Service Techs
  • Troubleshoot site visits
  • Liaison between customer / tech
  • Communicate with customers
  • Manage schedule & shifts
  • Distribute customer proposals
  • Track payments
  • DE / RE
  • Schedule and manage sub-contractors
  • Monitoring support and review
  • Customer communications
  • Communication & Coordination with Warehouse
  • Assisting warehouse in materials flow
  • Assist other departments as directed
  • All other duties and tasks as assigned


  • Must be highly organized and process-oriented
  • Possess strong problem-solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
  • Excellent customer service skills required
  • Must have a valid state driver’s license

Benefits for Full-Time Positions:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Full benefits package including health, vision, dental insurance
  • Attractive vacation, sick and holiday pay
  • Employee referral program
  • Career path opportunities for top performers

+ Field Marketing Specialist

Advance your career at Freedom Solar – 3rd Fastest Growing Company in Central Texas (Austin Fast 50)!

As a Field Marketing Specialist you will be responsible for developing sales opportunities in the field through knocking on doors of private residences within a particular geographic area. In addition, attending Trade/Home and Gardens shows, company sponsored marketing events such as Concerts in the Park, and regional solar home tours and events. The ideal candidate will have a positive attitude and be comfortable/confident approaching people to discuss solar services. The goal is generating leads and setting appointments with qualified homeowners. You will call into our call center to set up appointments.


  • Learning and delivering a solar presentation to prospective customers
  • Completing necessary reporting of leads/appointments promptly
  • Attending company meetings as required
  • Maintaining constant communication with the sales and management team
  • Partnering with the Sales Director to ensure goals are consistently met
  • Sharing best practices and demonstrating behavior with team based on company’s core values
  • Engaging the team in continual training to keep up with market trends
  • Plans, organizes and prioritizes in an efficient and productive manner
  • Generate sales leads for the business


  • Good attitude & team player
  • Experience in sales or client service environment preferred
  • Results oriented with demonstrated organizational and time management skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills to build rapport with prospective and existing customers
  • Ability to work semi-autonomously in a fast paced environment
  • Analytical skills to understand complex financial returns for energy investments


Commission based compensation plan that ranges from $55K – $85K per year.

Required steps

You are required to submit a resume and cover letter as part of the application process for this position. If your profile is deemed a good fit for the role, you will be contacted to schedule a telephone interview. Upon completing the phone interview you may be invited for an in-person interview to complete the application process.


We recognize that talented people are attracted to companies that provide competitive pay, upward mobility, and an exciting fast paced culture. For this reason we offer a growing Benefit Plan that includes the following:

  • Health Benefits for Full Time
  • Education and Technical training
  • Team events and retreats

+ Commercial Lead Installer

Primary Purpose: Lead/manage a commercial system installation crew responsible for installing systems from 10kW – 1MW.


  • Valid Journeyman Electrician license (preferred)

  • Valid NABCEP Certification

  • Valid driver’s license

  • Valid OSHA 10 (30 is preferred)

  • Valid forklift certification (preferred)

Special Knowledge/Skills

  • Knowledge of local electrical codes

  • Knowledge of commercial PV design and components

  • Knowledge of basic trades: roofing, carpentry, plumbing, and metal framing

  • Ability to read and understand blueprints, wiring schematics, and electrical instructions

  • Ability to make field changes and communicate with Project Manager

  • Ability to test voltages from 10V – 1000VDC / 120V – 480VAC

  • Ability to manage up to 20 installers on one project

  • Ability to receive and distribute instructions

  • Ability to communicate problems to Project Manager

  • Ability to Travel up to 50% in a year

  • Ability to drive a truck and trailer safely

  • Ability to operate heavy equipment: skid-steer, forklift, reach boom, scissor lift, articulating boom lift, and skytrack.

  • Ability to fly a DJI Phantom drone safely


  • 6 years of commercial solar installation experience

  • +6 years of electrical experience (preferred)

  • Key decision maker on > 10 systems over 50kWDC

  • Key decision maker on > 5 systems over 100kWDC

Scope of Work

  • Clearly communicate start times with the crew.

  • Hold safety meetings daily, before any work if performed on site.

  • Organize a job site and keep organized throughout the entire construction process.

  • Install racking system per manufacture’s specifications and Freedom Solar plans on different roof types.

  • Develop field plans for wiring configuration for DC circuits and grounding of the array

  • Manage the panel installation per plans and local codes

  • Install DC and AC equipment per plans and local codes

  • Commission PV systems safely

  • Test system components while the system is operational. Report all findings/issues to the Project Manager

  • Assist in system designs and procurement for commercial systems

  • Work with city and utility officials to constantly improve design and install methods

  • Attend city and utility inspections

+ Residential Electrician

Primary Purpose: Install, maintain, and repair services and solar equipment on residential solar projects while helping to create a safe job site.


  • Valid Residential Wireman or Journeyman Electrician license
  • Valid driver’s license

Special Knowledge/Skills

  • Knowledge of local electrical codes
  • Knowledge of electrical circuits and service requirements
  • Ability to read blueprints, schematics, and basic one-line diagrams
  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions
  • Ability to perform mathematical calculations
  • Ability to operate power tools
  • Ability to diagnose and resolve problems with electrical circuits
  • Ability to bend ½” – 1 ¼” EMT
  • Ability to install EMT on a rooftop


  • 4 years of electrical experience
  • 2 years of solar experience (preferred)

Scope of Work

  • Install electrical equipment, complete DC conduit runs, and interconnecting the PV system to the existing service.
  • Upgrade customer electrical service when necessary. Panel swap, bus upgrade, install new riser and meter base, add external disconnect, and assessing the existing services for code compliance.
  • System testing – Voltage, amperage, and power tests for each system.
  • Complete commissioning and inspection checklists.
  • Attend city and utility inspections.
  • Support service work orders as needed.

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