Ygrene Energy Fund

  • Document Specialist

    Job Locations US-FL-Miami
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  • Overview

    Ygrene Energy Fund is a leading provider of clean energy financing for residential and commercial properties throughout the United States.  Ygrene's award winning, privately funded YgreneWorksTM program provides immediately accessible financing for a variety of projects including energy efficiency, renewable energy, water conservation, and, in certain areas, hurricane protection, electric vehicle charging stations and seismic upgrades.  Ygrene is committed to making it easy for anyone to invest in their future and a healthier environment.


    We are currently seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Document Specialist to join our team in our Miami offices!


    The Document Specialist works closely and pro-actively with customer service representatives and underwriters to obtain and send out financing documents to the appropriate county offices for recordation.


    • Review documentation for each project and ensure accuracy of information
    • Maintain a daily log of all projects being sent out by date, address and Project ID
    • Act as an additional resource for answering incoming calls during high call level times
    • Support any updates or documentation for the Funding Department. 
    • Prepare daily mailings and couriers.
    • Record documents with the Clerk of Courts
    • Be active in assisting property owners, contractors, and sales team when called upon to do so.


    • High School Diploma + 3 years work experience or BS/BA
    • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and generally good computing skills
    • Ability to independently manage daily tasks and short-term projects.
    • Highly organized and attention to detail is a must with strong analytical skills. 
    • Must have excellent communication skills
    • Fluency in Spanish a plus
    • Must be able to work flexible hours as the company is open 7 days a week


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