(Last Updated On: 01/06/2011)

Energy Auditor Job Description

Salary: $45,900 – $83,300 Number of Jobs: 1,091,110
Hourly Rate: $22.05 – $40.06 Employment Outlook: Good
Green Job: Yes Education: Bachelor’s degree

What do Energy Auditors do?

Energy auditors conduct energy audits of process systems, buildings, and building systems. Energy audits generally include an analysis of test results and recommendations for energy cost savings.

Responsibilities for energy auditor jobs include:

  • Locating air leaks.
  • Collecting and analyzing field data.
  • Educating customers on energy efficiency.
  • Quantifying energy consumption as a business cost.
  • Identifying opportunities for increasing energy efficiency.

Employment Outlook

There are currently 1,091,110 energy auditors in the United States, with 36,830 new energy auditor job openings created each year.

Energy Auditor jobs are not expected to see much growth beyond their current levels in the next decade.

Overall Salaries

Energy Auditor salaries can vary depending on your experience, the location, company, industry, and benefits provided. Nationwide, most energy auditors make between $45,900 – $83,300 per year, or $22.05 – $40.06 per hour.

Education / Training Requirements

Bachelor’s degree is normally required for energy auditor jobs.

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