Thermal Imaging Volunteer Role Description

Role title: Thermal Imaging Volunteer
Reporting to: Tom Bragg,  Thermal Imaging co-ordinator
Principle function: Encourage effective use of CCF’s 2 thermal imaging cameras and co-ordinate their borrowing
Expenses: Travel, etc, as agreed in advance
Location: From anywhere, with occasional visits to CCF's office and events
Days and hours: Flexible, responding to any emails within a day or two. 1-2 hours per week total, through the cooler months: mainly November- March.
Duration: On-going, with a season’s commitment preferred if possible
Description of the Role
  • Help build a surveyor community e.g: emailing volunteer surveyors with news, encouragement, invitations to get-togethers. And similar on social media.
  • Take email bookings for CCF’s thermal imaging cameras and entering them on google calendars
  • Facilitate camera handovers, when necessary
  • Collate records at the end of season
  • Help us improve how it all works
The benefits and/or difference the volunteers commitment will bring: Thermal imaging allows people to see where heat is leaking from their homes, enabling them to improve air-tightness, energy efficiency and comfort, also reducing their bills and carbon emissions. You would be pivotal in enabling this.
Skills and/or qualifications and experience required:

 

  • Good communication skills
  • Basic IT literacy
  • interest in this project
Training required and support offered:
  • CCF Volunteer Induction
  • 1:1 training with office staff and Tom Bragg, on current systems
  • Training in thermal imaging (optional)
Any additional notes or information: See cambridgecarbonfootprint.org/ti-training  and links from there for more about our Thermal Imaging project.

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