NACC Assessor Requirements


NACC Assessors Application


The North American Contractor Certification Program for Architectural Glass and Metal Contractors (NACC) has been created with input and guidance from glazing and construction industry experts.  It is intended to provide certification recognition as a means of creating a baseline for competency, business practices, and adherence to industry-accepted guidelines for glazing contractors participating in the program.


NACC Assessor Description


NACC Assessors plays a critical role in the certification process. They deliver a first-class assessment, adhere to the rigorous requirements of the program, and most importantly ADDS VALUE to the contractor. An Assessor evaluates a contractor’s business practices, safety program, quality management systems, glazing processes, and contract administration processes against the NACC standards to provide valuable observations and corrective actions. Assessors are required to travel to the contractor’s location and spend two days on site for the assessment. Average time for each assigned assessment is approximately 1 week consisting of 1-2 days preparation, 2-3 days travel and on-site assessment time and 1-2 days post assessment finalization. Work assignments can be adjusted to be compatible with assessors desired level of activity.


NACC Assessor Requirements

Previous experience with quality management systems and/or third-party auditing.

Preferred but not required experience in construction, manufacturing, or architectural glass, and metal contracting.

Able to interact with mid to upper level executives, previous experience is a plus.

Able to lift 40 pounds.

Willing to travel (including commercial flights) and stay up to 3 days at a time.

Willing to work or travel on weekends.

Willing to work up to 10 hours per day during assignments.

This is not a full-time position; assignments will be short term and periodic with typical lengths of 3 – 5 days at a time. Level of activity is adjustable per assessor ability.

Able to travel across the US/Canadian border is a plus

Able to communicate effectively in English (written and verbally).

Good computer skills: Email, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Teams), PDF.

OSHA 10 is a plus



Training for Assessors will be provided by the NACC Program. Travel expenses/compensation for training will be handled as below. For those who apply, we will send out details ahead of scheduled training events. All materials will be provided.

Travel Reimbursement and Compensation

In the absence of some other form of compensation and financial support, assessors will be retained as independent contractors (form 1099).  Appropriate compensation and travel expense reimbursement will be provided.



If interested in being an Assessor, please complete and return the application (below) and a resume to

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