Intermountain Building Operators Associations (IBOA) is seeking qualified professionals for various educational training and events as well as to provide classroom instruction in the Building Operator Certification (BOC) program. For those interested in non-BOC events please contact Clarence Wieting at iboa@IntBOA.org.
BOC Applicants must have classroom instruction and field experience in one or more of the subject areas of focus. Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on an "Approved Instructor" list to be accessed by the national BOC program to provide instruction. Qualified instructors may be offered the opportunity to teach between four and sixteen full day BOC classes in the calendar year for the BOC program.
By becoming a BOC-approved instructor, an individual can gain increased visibility among practicing facilities professionals, access to a network of fellow instructors and teaching resources, and the opportunity to earn CEU's.
Application is open on a year round basis. Individuals teaching in the IBOA territories (ID, MT and UT) must complete a BOC Instructor Application (PDF 88k) and return it to IBOA. For other states, go to Training Locations and Schedules for partner contact to return the application.
For more information, please contact Clarence Wieting, at 208.258.3005 or email: iboa@IntBOA.org.
Applicants must meet the following minimum criteria.
- Three or more years experience providing instruction to working professionals in the field of commercial building energy management, facility management, building engineering, operations and maintenance, or a closely related field.
- Two or more years employment in the field or industry related to the training topic(s) for which the applicant is seeking qualification (e.g., HVAC systems, electrical systems, indoor air quality, etc.).
- A bachelor's degree. (Note: Work experience may be substituted for degree. One year of work experience in instruction or industry is equivalent to one year of college degree work.)
- Two or more references IBOA may contact who have observed the applicant provide instruction.
- Familiarity with state and local codes and standards.
- Willingness to travel to locations where BOC training is held.
- Experience observing a BOC class in session.
- A teaching certification, or evidence of participation in a "Train-the-Trainer" session within the last three years.
- Training evaluation results from recently taught classes.
IBOA provides compensation at competitive rates. Travel expenses are reimbursed.
Applicants will be notified in writing within 45 days of receipt of the application as to their qualifying status.