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Solar Energy Installation Managers

Work Environment

Solar energy installation managers work indoors and outdoors. They usually work a standard 40-hour work week, sometimes with hours extended into weekends. They spend time traveling to residential and commercial sites to meet with clients, inspect buildings, and assess the feasibility of solar projects. They work outdoors when monitoring the work of installation contractors and subcontractors. The work can be dangerous at times, particularly when supervising work being done on rooftops. They follow safety procedures to reduce and prevent injuries. Installation managers also spend part of their workday indoors on computers, creating solar project proposals, budgets, schedules, and other documents, as well as e-mailing with project workers and clients.

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