John (Jack) Wilson is a Consultant/Instructor at NSSC at Penn College. His background is in both the commercial and residential building sectors, specifically the HVAC, electrical and plumbing trades in installation and management capacities. Jack is a technical expert and Pennsylvania-certified instructor for building science and energy conservation courses that apply to both the commercial and residential building sectors. Jack instructs nearly 30 courses, including Building Operator Certification (BOC) Level I, Commercial Building Re-tuning, OSHA Construction Industry, EPA Certified Lead Renovator, several Building Performance Institute (BPI) certifications, and a variety of courses toward state and national certifications for Weatherization Installer Technician, Crew Leader, Energy Auditor, and Quality Control Inspector. He is a subject matter expert in combustion safety training. He is a BPI Proctor, a certified Level 1 Thermographer, and has taken training in solar technologies.
Prior to working at Penn College, he was the residential operations manager and part of the senior management team for a company that performed service and installations in new and existing homes and commercial structures. He was self-employed in an HVAC, electrical and plumbing business for over 13 years with as many as 40 employees. Primarily, Jack performed residential and light commercial new construction installations as well as add-on and replacement market products in existing structures. He has vocational training in electrical theory and application. Previous relevant experience include many manufacturer trainings, RSES heat pump training, RSES refrigeration certifications Types I and II, and International Ground Source Heat Pump (IGSHP) certification.