Project Administrator

Admin · Seattle, Washington
Department Admin
Employment Type Full-Time
Minimum Experience Mid-level
Compensation $45K - $55K annually

We’re just like you. We believe that solar energy production for our homes, businesses, and cities is a win-win proposition for job creation and a cleaner environment.


A&R Solar is a leading solar installer in the Pacific Northwest, bringing together passionate, talented people who want to do the right thing for our customers and the environment. With industry firsts like B-Corporation status, charitable solar programs, and our 10-year performance guarantee, we believe that investment in our staff and our communities is the new standard.  Be a part of a fun team that is committed to the growth of all employees.

We have an opportunity for a Residential Project Manager (RPM) who is responsible for delivering successful residential solar projects from start to finish. To do so, the RPM will coordinate all facets of a project to ensure it runs smoothly and is delivered on time and on budget. The RPM must ensure that the client’s requirements are met while striving to exceed their expectations every step of the way.  The ideal candidate is a technical thinker that has incredible problem-solving skills, is a self-starter who communicates well with customers and team members. 



The Project Administrator is an integral part of project delivery for our customers.  Duties include assisting our Project Managers with the administration of residential projects.  One of the main goals will be obtaining permitting and utility approvals for solar and storage projects.  The ideal candidate must be flexible, detail oriented and organized.  This position will be in the Washington office with remote opportunities. Some driving will be required to pick up and drop off permit applications where required. 



  • Work directly with customers to provide project information and process paperwork for signature.
  • Research, apply for, and purchase all necessary permits for projects.
  • Pick up and deliver permits and project documentation at local offices.
  • Coordinate interconnection process and execution with local Utilities both pre- and post-installation.
  • Review paperwork, installation documents, and permit applications to ensure accuracy.
  • Assist Residential Project Managers (RPM) and installation crews as required to help deliver projects.
  • Maintain and ensure an organized and clean digital folder system (Dropbox).
  • Keep Salesforce up to date and accurate with project and customer information.
  • Help maintain the installation schedule through task prioritization.
  • Continually improve processes related to project administration.
  • Collaborate with co-workers to improve company-wide processes and performance.




  • Previous solar experience is ideal.
  • Previous construction permitting experience preferred.
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills (written and verbal).
  • Great organization and attention to detail.
  • Advanced computer skills and experience with MS Office and Google programs.
  • Ability to take lead role on internal projects and problem solving.
  • Scheduling and planning skills.
  • Research and documentation skills.
  • Ability to work independently and have self-motivation.
  • Must have own operating vehicle and valid driver’s license.


Amazing Benefits:

  • Health, dental, vision, disability insurance
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Matching 401(k) retirement plan
  • Recreational/gym annual stipend
  • Educational assistance
  • Flexible work schedule, including option to work remotely
  • Public transit & clean transportation stipend



A&R Solar is a leading solar installer in the Pacific Northwest with a seasoned team of solar professionals. Since our founding in 2007, we have successfully installed over 3,000 solar arrays and 33 megawatts of clean energy including several landmark solar projects around the region.


We proudly operate as an employee-owned B-Corporation (B-Corp) and WA Social Purpose Corporation (SPC). We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer celebrating our employees' differences, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or Veteran status. When we think about our company, we recognize that our culture is the sum of our people – and each new team member adds to the richness of our company. We don’t expect you to fit a mold; we hope that you will add something new, even as we all pursue a common mission.


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  • Location
    Seattle, Washington
  • Department
  • Employment Type
  • Minimum Experience
  • Compensation
    $45K - $55K annually