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Green Building Inspector
Earth Advantage

We are looking for a multifamily field technician professional who brings building science knowledge, excellent communication and problem-solving skills, and high level of quality work. This person should enjoy working in the field, writing, teaching, learning, and understanding the importance of all associated administrative tasks. Please click here for more information and to apply.

 

Sr. Manager, Residential Energy Innovations
Earth Advantage

Provide technical policy leadership for Earth Advantage, including via the ZERO Coalition, to help enable the equitable decarbonization of Oregon homes and buildings. Provide Subject Matter Expertise in developing, evaluating, and commenting on residential energy code proposals and policies in Oregon. Track building decarbonization policy processes, including participating in and influencing the outcomes of state energy code committees and boards. Advocate for the evolution of state and local building energy policies and processes in accordance with Earth Advantage’s climate and equity goals. Please click here for more information and to apply. 

 

Home Energy Score Program Lead
Earth Advantage

Provide local leadership for Earth Advantage on the BayREN/StopWaste Home Energy Score program serving nine Bay Area, CA counties.  Please click here for more information and to apply. 

 

Resilience, Clean Transportation, and Analytics (RCA) Manager
Hawaii State Energy Office

The Hawaii State Energy Office is seeking a highly-motivated individual who believes in Hawai‘i’s energy and climate goals and wants to play a key role in achieving them. Reporting to the Managing Director of Resilience, Clean Transportation, and Analytics (RCA), the RCA Manager provides leadership support in administering the branch activities broadly and oversight of one of the three subject matter areas of the RCA branch depending on experience. The ideal candidate will have experience in one or more of the subject matter areas (resilience, clean transportation, data analytics), experience mentoring staff, and strong project management skills. Importantly, the candidate will be a team player who can complement a strong team of subject matter experts and can work tactfully and constructively with local, state, and federal agencies, and the private sector. The manager must be able to foster relationships and identify common ground to advance policies, programs, and grant applications that support Hawai‘i’s goals.  Please click here for more information and to apply.

 

Mechanical Engineer
Center for Energy and Environment

The Center for Energy and Environment (CEE) seeks a full time Mechanical Engineer to work as part of a team to investigate and deliver energy savings recommendations to clients in a wide variety of buildings and to support other departments at CEE.  Engineers at CEE focus their talents on all aspects of energy efficiency in large buildings from the time the building is new (new construction commissioning) to ongoing operations (ongoing or continuous commissioning) and periodic energy tune ups (retro/recommissioning).  Engineers are responsible for the investigation of energy consumption from heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems from both a field measurement and design perspective. Please click here for more information and to apply.  

 

Senior Manager of Market Transformation Evaluation
Center for Energy and Environment

The Senior Manager of Market Transformation Evaluation is broadly responsible for setting and executing the strategy to evaluate the success of the Minnesota Market Transformation (MT) Program. This includes defining the methods to evaluate energy savings and other success metrics for each MT initiative, and working with regulators and other stakeholders to get buy-in and approval for those methods. The position will work to adapt best-practices in MT evaluation to the Minnesota regulatory, market and program context. Please click here for more information and to apply.  

 

Senior Manager of Market Research
Center for Energy and Environment

The Senior Manager of Market Research is responsible for understanding market dynamics and overseeing primary research to assess impact and inform strategy for CEE’s Market Transformation Department. The research will guide the development of new initiatives and be deployed to refine and improve impact and results over time. This includes producing market research reports on emerging technologies in multiple energy efficiency and electrification markets, especially the lighting and HVAC markets. Please click here for more information and to apply.  

 

Program Development Manager - Beneficial Electrification
Center for Energy and Environment

CEE is seeking a motivated and entrepreneurial individual to manage the development of existing and new beneficial electrification program opportunities in the Midwest. This individual will need to have or quickly gain a deep understanding of air source heat pump and heat pump water heater technology and translate those findings into actionable services that will help accelerate adoption of these markets. The services include utility technical consulting, planning, program design, and assistance with training development and research. Please click here for more information and to apply.  

 

Director of Accounting
NASEO

The National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) seeks a senior-level Director of Accounting to lead and implement NASEO’s accounting, compliance, and audit support functions. The position ensures NASEO’s stewardship of member resources and compliance with laws and regulations associated with federal cooperative agreements, contracts, and grants. This position reports to the Executive Director.  Please click here for more information. Interested candidates are invited to submit a resume (no longer than two pages) and one-page cover letter as PDFs to jobs@naseo.org with the subject line “NASEO Director of Accounting.” 

 

Senior Director, Public Private Partnerships
ChargePoint

Reporting to the Vice President, Global Public Policy, this full-time position leads the teams responsible for influencing, forecasting, securing and implementing government funded grant programs in North America and Europe. In collaboration with cross-functional leadership, this role guides the development and execution of financially sound and scalable strategies to secure grant funds and implement successful projects. Please click here for more information and to apply.

 

Communications and Development Associate
Energy Programs Consortium

The Communications and Development Associate is responsible for crafting a major part of EPC’s written communications, including our newsletter, press releases, and marketing materials. Please click here for more information and to apply.

 

Research Assistant
National Energy Assistance Directors Association

This position will support NEADA’s projects involving the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, Low Income Home Water Assistance Program and the Inclusive Shared Solar Initiative.  NEADA is a nonprofit that works to foster coordination and cooperation among state and federal agencies in the areas of energy policy and program development.  Please click here for more information and to apply.

 

Director of Market Development - Federal and State Programs
Franklin Energy

This position is responsible for subject matter expertise in federal and state policy, as well as using that to develop the marketing strategy, opportunity development, and programs to grow the company's market share in the market. This role serves as main point of contact for key accounts and gathers and provides insights and recommendations for marketing and other company initiatives. This role requires a strong understanding of federal and state energy policy and the government processes by which policy is executed through programs deployed to the benefit of local communities. The position works independently and collaborates with multiple departments including Sales, Marketing, Engineering and Operations.  Please click here for more information and to apply.

 

Department Director - Energy and Housing Services
MaineHousing

The Department Director is responsible for overseeing the department that administers a number of state and federally funded grant programs related to home repair, energy assistance and weatherization activities. Strong project management, staff support, financial oversight, program development, vendor management and compliance skills are required. The position provides strategic and tactical planning, development, evaluation, and coordination of federal and state energy and housing programs including: the Department of Health and Human Services Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP), the Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP), the Department of Housing and Urban Development Lead Hazard Control Program, the State Home Accessibility and Repair Program, and Well Water Abatement Programs.  Please click here for more information and to apply. 

 

Senior Energy Policy Analyst
Oregon Department of Energy

The Oregon Department of Energy is hiring a Senior Policy Analyst that will focus on natural gas and alternative fuel resources, policies, and markets.  Please click here for more information and to apply.