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Energy Policy Coordinator (AEDC Area/Program Representative)
Arkansas Energy Office

Coordinator will primarily manage for Arkansas Energy Performance Contracting Program, while working with AEO Policy Team to pursue SEP initiatives. For more information and to apply, please click here

 

Technical Programs Coordinator (Engineer)
Arkansas Energy Office

Coordinator will primarily manage Arkansas energy codes  and state buildings efficiency program, while working with AEO Policy Team to pursue SEP initiatives. For more information and to apply, please click here

 

Energy Efficiency Manager
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities

The Energy Efficiency Manager will manage a support team and lead the efforts of the Board to continue to advance and improve our energy efficiency programs in order to meet New Jersey’s ambitious clean energy goals. Please click here for more information and to apply.  

 

Building Decarbonization Chief of Program Development
Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources

The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources is hiring a team member to lead program management and policy development related to building decarbonization and energy efficiency. Please click here to learn more and apply.   

 

Affordable Housing Office Director, Energy
State of Connecticut, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)

The State of Connecticut, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is looking to hire an Office Director to launch an office that will implement whole building energy retrofits, with a focus on affordable housing, within DEEP's Bureau of Energy and Technology Policy (BETP). This position is located at 10 Franklin Square in New Britain, CT. 

 

 

Broadband Office Director, Energy
State of Connecticut, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)

The State of Connecticut, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is seeking to hire an Office Director to launch a Telecommunications and Broadband office that will implement Governor Lamont’s vision for equitable broadband deployment in Connecticut, within DEEP’s Bureau of Energy and Technology Policy (BETP).  

 

 

Analyst, Research & Industry Strategy [Electrification]
Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA)

The Analyst, Research & Industry Strategy is an integral member of the Electrification team, which ensures that SEPA members have access to the data, research, insight, and facilitation necessary to support the electric power industry’s smart integration of newly electrified transportation and building loads. This position will provide the incumbent the opportunity to expand existing electrification subject matter expertise and grow into one of SEPA’s subject experts on electric vehicles, end-use electrification, and related utility programs and technologies. Please click here for more information and to apply.

 

Grants Analyst 2
Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation

The position will contribute to various programs and initiatives focused on increasing the deployment of alternative fuels, advanced vehicle technologies, and sustainable transportation options. Please click here for more information and to apply. 

 

SEP Program Manager
Georgia Environmental Finance Authority

Under limited supervision of the Energy Resources Director, manages federally funded grant projects for the State Energy Program and Weatherization Assistance Program. Completes various tasks related to these programs, the Energy Resources Division and GEFA overall. In general, performs duties in the areas of energy efficiency and renewable energy technical assistance, project management, customer interaction and customer service, contract management, budget, finance, operations, policy research, and coordination with other agencies and programs. Assists with GEFA’s guaranteed energy savings performance contracting program, provides technical assistance to potential and current clients and responds to customer needs and concerns. Coordinates the energy assurance program and provides energy emergency preparedness support as required. Prepares all necessary reports for the program and the division. Candidate must possess excellent project management, multi-tasking, writing and communication skills and the ability to think independently and work, at times, with little supervision. Candidate must demonstrate good judgment. Assist in directing a diverse range of support, operational, and programmatic activities for the Energy Resources Division.  Please click here for more information. To apply, please send resume to Human Resources at jobposting@gefa.ga.gov

 

Energy & Utilities Analyst II/III
Vermont Department of Public Service

The Vermont Public Service Department is seeking an energy & utilities analyst. As an arm of the executive branch, the Department is a major driver of energy policy in Vermont, and advocates on behalf of the public in electric, efficiency, gas, and telecommunications utility matters. The Planning Division, where the analyst will work, conducts analysis, works with stakeholders, and tracks energy sector trends, to develop and implement State energy policy. The analyst will work on a wide range of issues including rate cases, generation and distributed energy resource policy development and implementation, utility integrated resource plans, statewide energy planning, and regional and municipal energy planning, and as well as drafting and supporting proposed legislation.

The ideal candidate will have excellent quantitative skills including financial and policy modeling using Microsoft Excel, data management and analytics using tools such as ArcGIS, SQL, and Power BI, excellent written and oral communication skills, and will possess a high level of analytic expertise necessary to carry out the duties of the position. The Public Service Department can request a hire-into-range salary offer for qualified candidates and supports the continued professional development of its employees. The Department is located in walkable downtown Montpelier and is accessible by public transit. To apply, visit http://humanresources.vermont.gov/careers, follow instructions for job seekers, and search for the position titled “Utilities Economic Analyst II/III” at the Public Service Department. Please contact Anne Margolis, Deputy Planning Director, with any questions, anne.margolis@vermont.gov.

 

Senior Environmental Counsel
Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation

The Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation's Office of General Counsel (OGC) seeks to add an attorney to its growing team of 18 attorneys. This is an exciting opportunity for experienced attorneys looking to join a mission-driven team focused on delivering quality work in accordance with the highest ethical standards while enjoying work life balance.  Please click here for more information. To apply for this position please email your resume and cover letter to TDEC.Careers@tn.gov.

 

Deputy Director of Energy Research and Development
California Energy Commission

The Energy Research and Development Division is searching for an enthusiastic and energetic professional for the position of Deputy Director – Career Executive Assignment (C.E.A.). This position is responsible for investigating, analyzing, planning, and directing the research and deployment programs of the Energy Research and Development Division. The research program manages ~ $165M/yr to advance innovative technologies in the areas of energy efficiency, renewable generation, climate science, energy infrastructure, and transportation. The Deputy Director also serves as a member of the Executive Director’s management team and is responsible for collaborating with the team to implement the mission and goals of the Energy Commission. Click here to: Take the Assessment and Apply to the position at: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=258912. Have questions about the position or hiring process? We are here to help! Please contact Careers@energy.ca.gov. For more career opportunities, visit https://www.energy.ca.gov/careers/jobs.

 

Attorney III, Attorney IV, and Attorney V
California Energy Commission

The Chief Counsel’s Office is searching for enthusiastic and energetic professionals for the positions of Attorney III, Attorney IV, and Attorney V. For more information, please click on the links below.

Attorney III
Step 1: Take the assessment at https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/9PB08.PDF
Step 2: Apply to the position at https://www.energy.ca.gov/careers/jobs

Attorney IV
Step 1: Take the assessment at https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/9PB15.PDF
Step 2: Apply to the position at https://www.energy.ca.gov/careers/jobs

Attorney V
Step 1: Take the assessment at https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/5PB02.PDF
Step 2: Apply to the position at https://www.energy.ca.gov/careers/jobs

Have questions about the position or hiring process? We are here to help! Please contact Careers@energy.ca.gov. For more career
opportunities, visit https://www.energy.ca.gov/careers/jobs.

 

Director of Climate Mitigation and Resiliency Planning
LOTUS

LOTUS is looking to support their growing business by hiring a Director of Climate Mitigation and Resiliency Planning. Please click here for more information about the job opportunity and how to apply. 

 

Air Resources Engineer
California Energy Commission

California Energy Commission (CEC) seeks an Air Resources Engineer in the Advanced Vehicle Infrastructure Office in the Fuels and Transportation Division. Work on zero-emission vehicle infrastructure planning for the CEC and Caltrans. This will include electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Please cliick here for more information and to apply. 

 

Energy Program Manager- Wind and Water
Maryland Energy Administration

The Energy Program Manager Wind and Water will operate in coordination with other members of MEA’s team to help Maryland continue its national leadership in wind and water programs with an emphasis on offshore wind (OSW) energy. MEA is currently facilitating statewide efforts to develop policy and programs related to offshore wind, including engaging with state regulators on proceedings to authorize financial incentives for offshore wind energy, developing a regional OSW supply chain and offering programs to help emerging businesses access the burgeoning OSW economy and grow a workforce to support OSW deployment and related industries. For more information, please click here

 

Energy Specialist
Maryland Energy Administration

Energy Specialists are the first tier of Maryland’s activities in expanding clean energy in Maryland, promoting energy affordability and encouraging reliability and resiliency. Energy Specialists conduct a wide array of grants administration, data analysis, research, communications and other activities in support of the MEA’s program and policy activities. Energy Specialists provide ongoing front line support across a number of energy technologies and disciplines. Each Specialist will typically support three to six program, technology or policy areas (e.g., solar, geothermal, resiliency) enabling a diversity of career growth and knowledge expansion. This is an entry level position requiring a high level of organization, common sense, professional communication skills, and attention to detail in a collaborative team environment. For more information, please click here

 

Accounting Specialist
Maryland Energy Administration

The Agency Accounting Specialist will be a key member of the MEA team, reporting directly to the MEA Director of Finance and Administration and performs accounting, reporting and reconciliation services for the agency. Typical duties include working within established spreadsheets, ledgers and reports to update data used by the financial team; entering and updating information into the State’s financial systems (i.e. R*STARS, FMIS, ADPICS); confirming accuracy and timeliness of daily financial transactions; and researching and reconciling accounting discrepancies and recommending adjustments. For more information, please click here.