Energy Programs Manager


The Energy Programs Manager is responsible for developing and administering CAPAI’s LIHEAP and Weatherization training and

technical assistance programs and to ensure these programs remain in line with CAPAI’s vision and mission, Strategic Plan, policies,

membership, and community needs. The Energy Programs Manager is responsible for delivering energy program-related training &

technical assistance, database maintenance, oversight and assistance, and leading program improvement for CAPAI and its

membership network.


The Energy Programs Manager leads the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and the Weatherization Assistance

Program(s) Training & Technical Assistance for the network.


o Understand and help implement the vision and mission of CAPAI as described by the CEO;

o Create and deliver quality trainings for the network, community partners, and other stakeholders;

o Work to promote energy security for vulnerable and lower-income Idahoans through promoting progressive energy

program policies, advocating for member agencies and low-income Idahoans;

o Manage time and competing priorities effectively;

o Establish and maintain sound working relationships and cooperative agreements with community groups,

organizations, and CAPAI member organizations;

o Comply with all contractual requirements related to LIHEAP and Weatherization Assistance Programs;

o Training/Technical Assistance of member agency Weatherization and LIHEAP programs

o Provide program training on policy changes and improvements to member organizations as needed or as requested;

o Attend industry-related training events and conferences;

o Stay informed of significant developments and trends in the field of energy;

o Other duties as necessary in alignment of CAPAI’s strategic plan and assigned by the CEO.


Explore and propose areas of growth for existing programs and services such as LIHEAP, WX, energy education/participant

education and various training needs;

Create and maintain partnerships with other organizations to further CAPAI’s energy mission and vision among state,

regional and national levels of energy security work;

Energy Programs Manager 2



Education: Education/experience combination

Experience: Experience in Weatherization and LIHEAP program administration, compliance with federal program

requirements and understanding of training and technical assistance (T/TA) required.


Remote, in-office or hybrid work setting. Must reside in Idaho.

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