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Updated: November 11, 2017


  • Job Opportunity with Union of Concerned Scientists

  • Position: Senior Energy Analyst, Climate and Energy Program - Chicago, IL, Cambridge, MA, or Washington, DC


  • The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) is an independent national nonprofit whose scientists and engineers work to solve some of our planet’s most pressing environmental and safety problems. UCS combines technical analysis and effective organizing and advocacy to create innovative, practical solutions for stemming the tide of global warming, sustainable food policy and agriculture, energy and transportation, fighting misinformation and reducing the threat of catastrophic nuclear war.

    As Senior Energy Analyst, you will help lead research and advocacy efforts to shape electricity markets and policies to develop a more flexible and modern electric grid that can accommodate high levels of renewable energy, demand-side resources, and electric vehicles while reducing carbon emissions and reliance on fossil fuels. This work includes:

    - research and analysis, writing, and communicating of technical reports, fact sheets, and other materials

    - preparing and delivering regulatory and legislative comments and testimony

    - meeting with policymakers, regulators, and stakeholders

    - developing and advocating for UCS clean energy and climate change policy positions

    - representing UCS in task forces, working groups, coalitions, with the media, and at public forums.


  • Responsibilities:


  • Work with senior Climate & Energy Program staff to establish policy positions, strategy, and analytics that spur innovation in energy markets to facilitate greater reliance on renewable energy, a low-carbon electricity system, and more flexible, modern electricity grid
  • Conduct research and analysis and provide technical insights on market rules and rate structures, transmission and distribution planning, reliability impacts, electric vehicles, and the integration and expansion of clean energy technologies onto the grid such as energy storage, microgrids, demand response, and distributed generation. Track, acquire, and evaluate relevant legislative bills, policies, and regulations
  • Advocate for UCS’s positions on climate and energy issues and negotiate policy and regulatory agreements. Influence the development and implementation of policies and strategies within government and non-government institutions and businesses. Inject issues of racial equity into advocacy, ensuring people of color benefit from the clean energy transition
  • Lend expert technical expertise and represent UCS. Develop and deliver comments and testimony before national and state regulatory commissions, legislative committees, and other government agencies and commissions. Meet with and respond to policymakers, media, stakeholders and the public; respond to requests for model legislation. Exchange information, share resources and collaborate with advocates, clean energy businesses, and researchers at other organizations
  • Serve as a senior spokesperson on energy and grid-related issues with the media, and in workshops, hearings, negotiations, and other public forums. Develop and promote UCS positions at local, state, regional, and national levels. Collaborate with key stakeholders and legislative staff to develop, sponsor, and promote clean energy legislation. Provide expert technical and strategic assistance; present and promote UCS ideas, objectives, and activities on political, environmental, social and economic dimensions of energy issues
  • Ensure accuracy, credibility, readability and timeliness of written materials. Help coordinate peer review and publication. Tailor style and content of materials for technical and /or general audiences. Disseminate materials and information to policymakers, the media, and the public
  • Manage external consultants and legal advisors on key modern grid initiatives and oversee contracts and contractor relationships
  • Desired Qualifications:


  • Seven to ten years of experience, including background in electricity markets, energy analysis and advocacy, climate and energy policy development, and a demonstrated commitment to the application of science to public policy
  • A broad and sophisticated knowledge of electricity sector is needed, with emphasis on renewable energy and power grids, technologies, policies and markets, and political, social, environmental, and economic ramifications
  • Strong and demonstrated research, technical, and analytic skills essential
  • Ability to communicate technical issues to policymakers, advocates, media, and the public essential
  • Master's degree or higher in a relevant area (public policy, economics, science, engineering, law) is required
  • Experience in state and/or federal energy regulation agencies is a plus, as is knowledge of and experience with electric vehicles and their role in integrating higher levels of renewable energy onto the grid
  • Comparable training and/or experience can be substituted for degrees when appropriate
  • Ability to spend extended periods at computer terminal
  • Moderate to significant travel is necessary, including 3 to 6 domestic, overnight trips per quarter
  • Learn more by clicking here. To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, preferred office location, and how you learned about the position to jobs@ucsusa.org with "Senior Energy Analyst" in the subject line. Email materials in Word or PDF format only. No phone calls. Deadline: November 30, 2017 or until filled.

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  • Job Opportunity with Union of Concerned Scientists

  • Position: Midwest Outreach Coordinator, Climate and Energy Program - Chicago, IL


  • The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) is an independent national nonprofit whose scientists and engineers work to solve some of our planet’s most pressing environmental and safety problems. UCS combines technical analysis and effective organizing and advocacy to create innovative, practical solutions for stemming the tide of global warming, sustainable food policy and agriculture, energy and transportation, fighting misinformation and reducing the threat of catastrophic nuclear war.

    As Lead Midwest Energy Analyst, you will help guide research and advocacy efforts that shape electricity markets and policies to support renewable energy and other clean energy technologies toward a more flexible and modern electric grid while reducing carbon emissions and reliance on fossil fuels. This work includes:

    - research and analysis, writing and communicating of technical reports, fact sheets, and other materials

    - preparing and delivering regulatory and legislative comments and testimony

    - meeting with policymakers, regulators, and stakeholders

    - developing and advocating for clean energy and climate change policy


  • Responsibilities:


  • UCS's Power Work with Climate & Energy staff on research and projects to advance policy and market support for renewable energy, energy efficiency, and other clean energy technologies
  • Research and advocate legislative and regulatory initiatives on electricity market rules and rate structures, transmission and distribution planning, reliability impacts, electric vehicles, and the integration and expansion of clean energy technologies onto the grid. Advocate for racial equity, ensuring people of color benefit from the clean energy transition
  • Identify project strategy and objectives in priority Midwest states. Develop and implement state-specific work plans integrating technical research and analysis, outreach, and advocacy activities. Provide technical and strategic assistance to policymakers, opinion leaders, and regional partners
  • Develop and implement sound research. Gather and analyse data and write reports and other materials, tailoring for different audiences. Help coordinate peer review and publication. Disseminate materials and information to policymakers, the media, and the public
  • Monitor and assess current and ongoing research and trends in the power sector and evolving renewable energy and climate change policies
  • Develop and deliver comments and testimony for public agencies and legislators on energy policy issues. Meet with and respond to policymakers, media, stakeholders, and the public; respond to requests for model legislation. Track and evaluate relevant legislative bills, policies, and regulations
  • Exchange information, share resources, and collaborate with advocates, clean energy businesses, and researches at other organizations, particularly community-based organizations, academic institutions, and Hispanic/African American Caucuses in statehouses
  • Serve as a spokesperson on energy and grid-related issues. Develop and promote UCS positions at local, state, regional, and national levels. Collaborate with key stakeholders and legislative staff to develop, sponsor, and promote clean energy policies and legislation. Provide expert technical and strategic assistance; present and promote UCS ideas, objectives, and activities on political, environmental, social, and economic dimensions of energy issues
  • Desired Qualifications:


  • Five to seven years of comparable and relevant experience, including background in research, analysis, and advocacy of electricity sector issues and clean energy and climate policy development
  • Comprehensive knowledge of energy field required, with emphasis on renewable energy and power grid technologies, electric industry operations, markets, regulations, policies, and their political, social, environmental, and economic ramifications
  • Strong and demonstrated research, technical, and analytic skills essential
  • Ability to communicate technical issues to policymakers, advocates, media, and the public essential
  • Master's degree in energy or environmental science field, with emphasis on a broad array of both clean and conventional energy technologies, policies, and markets preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to manage projects effectively and deliver work within a budget and timeline required
  • Computer programming experience, including familiarity with forecast modeling of electricity markets and policies is a plus
  • Comparable training and/or experience can be substituted for degrees when appropriate
  • Ability to spend extended periods at computer terminal
  • Moderate travel and driver's license required
  • Learn more by clicking here. To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and how you learned about the position to jobs@ucsusa.org with "Midwest Energy Analyst" in the subject line. Email materials in Word or PDF format only. No phone calls. Deadline: December 15, 2017 or until filled. 

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    • Job Opportunity with Solect Energy

    • Position: Senior Director of Business Development - Chicagoland Area

    • The Senior Director of Business Development requires a driven, self-starter with a passion for the Solar Industry, and a desire to help take a fast-growing Solar Development firm to regional prominence. The position will be located in Solect's greater Chicagoland branch office in what is considered to be one of the fastest growing solar markets in the country. He/she will be responsible for meeting the company's annual development quota and maintaining a robust funnel of active opportunities that facilitates meeting the company's sales objectives. This is a unique opportunity to join a dynamic and growing team and participate in the solar (PV) industry.


    • Responsibilities:


    • Leading the company's solar development activities including fiscal year planning with senior leadership, assisting to build a local sales team and market presence
    • Development of a robust local network, including channel partners to accelerate business growth
    • Meeting quarterly and fiscal year goals
    • Build credibility with potential clients as a trusted solar consultant
    • Presenting "C" level individuals and Business Owners Solect's solar value proposition, gaining preferred status, and closing opportunities
    • Maintain a robust funnel of active opportunities that facilitates meeting company and individual goals
    • Interface with Solect's marketing team to launch campaigns and build brand awareness
    • Responsible for post-installation follow-up to ensure satisfaction of customers
    • Ability to develop the strategy and create professional sales proposals for RFP responses that position Solect to win
    • Diligently maintain necessary reporting metrics in Salesforce
    • Desired Qualifications:


    • Experience selling to CFOs and like financial decision makers
    • Strong business and financial acumen. Comprehensive understanding of deal-based finance concepts - payback, depreciation, internal rate of return (IRR) - and how they apply to financial decision makers
    • Strong local network in the Chicagoland market with the ability to access key financial decision makers
    • Previous success selling large capital projects in the Solar PV industry
    • Minimum five years of selling experience in complex capital sales
    • Strong leadership skills, demonstrated through past experience
    • Would like individual to have a technical background, preferably in the Solar Industry and/or Electrical Power
    • Strong presentation skills
    • Collaborative style with internal and external customers
    • Professional appearnce
    • Energetic, positive, enthusiastic, self-directing, and a team player
    • Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks simultaneously and independently
    • Highly ethical and goal oriented
    • Willingness to work a variety of hours, including evenings and weekends
    • Computer savvy
    • Passion for green energy
    • Bachelor's degree required
    • Must be able to walk customer's property and/or roof, which may include varying terrain
    • Must be able to carry up to 20 pounds of equipment, including solar analysis device, laptop, printer, and binder
    • Must be able to travel by car up to 200 miles a day
    • To apply, please send a resume and a cover letter addressing relevant experience and qualifications to Scott Howe, Partner | SVP, at showe@solect.com. Learn more about Solect at www.solect.com or follow Solect on Twitter @SolectSolar


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    • Job Opportunity with Nexamp

    • Position: Business Development Manager - Illinois

    • Nexamp is seeking a Solar Business Development Manager to lead the development of solar projects in Illinois. The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of solar industry project development experience. The individual hired to fulfill this role will lead the origination and development of ground, roof, and other types of commercial and industrial-scale solar projects.


    • Responsibilities:


    • Lead all phases of solar project development for assigned projects, including site control, project permitting, utility interconnection, tax agreement negotiation, and offtake
    • Identify and interface with prospects and customers to evaluate and secure new project opportunities
    • Provide site-related due diligence in support of project orgination and acquisition efforts
    • Communicate effectively with project stakeholders to facilitate the project permitting and approval process
    • Build and manage long-term customer relationships/partnerships
    • Manage development schedule and budget to ensure timely and cost-effective project completion
    • Engage and manage external consultants as needed in conjunction with project permitting activities
    • Work with state, county and local governments, community groups, and neighbors
    • Support internal finance, engineering, and construction teams to facilitate successful project financing and construction
    • Develop sales presentations, proposals, and other materials as needed to support project development efforts
    • Travel as needed, some evening and weekend work required
    • Desired Qualifications:


    • The ideal candidate must be enthusiastic, self-motivated, hands-on, results-oriented, and a team player
    • Three years of solar industry experience in a business development role with a successful track record in project development
    • Exceptional oral and written communication skills
    • Team leadership capabilities
    • 4-year college degree
    • To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to hr@nexamp.com. To learn more, click here.


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    • Job Opportunity with Illinois Environmental Council Education Fund

    • Position: Membership and Development Coordinator, Springfield, IL

    • The Illinois Environmental Council Education Fund (IECEF) seeks a self-motivated individual to oversee the organization's member database, manage the Springfield office, and assist with fundraising and development tasks.

    • This position is located in Springfield, IL. The position is full-time during business hours, but part-time/flexible hours may be available for the right candidate.


    • IECEF and its affliate the Illinois Environmental Council (IEC) are 42-year-old organizations that promote sound environmental laws and policies, provide a forum for environmentalists, and facilitate a statewide activist network. IECEF engages in legislative monitoring and analysis; outreach, organizing, and coalition building; and communication and education. IEC performs legislative advocacy and serves as the environmental community's eyes, ears, and voice in Springfield.


    • This is a full-time permanent position located in Springfield, Illinois. Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, a 401(k) plan, and vacation. Salary range begins at $35,000.


    • Responsibilities:


    • Manage Springfield office, including answering phones, opening mail, ordering supplies, and other tasks as assigned
    • Oversee entry of data into donor and email database system. Maintain database for accuracy
    • Processing and data entry of all incoming membership mail, contributions (membership and general gifts), and address updates
    • Produce regular membership renewal mailings, appeal letters, and thank you letters
    • Communicate with Board finance committee about financial position of organization and grant applications
    • Track grant deadlines and oversee grant application and reporting
    • Research new donors and foundations
    • Desired Qualifications:


    • The ideal candidate will have three years of relevant work experience and possess the following qualifications:
    • Prior use of a donor and email database system, experience with Salsa Labs CRM highly desired
    • Excellent written communication skills
    • Computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel
    • Ability to work with diverse groups and people
    • Highly organized
    • Ability to coordinate multiple tasks and work independently
    • Interest in environmental issues and policies
    • Understanding of financial statement
    • Applications must be received by October 15, 2017. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Jennifer Walling, Executive Director at jwalling@ilenviro.org


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    • Job Opportunity with Missouri Solar Energy Industries Association

    • Position: MOSEIA Executive Director


    • MOSEIA is an official state chapter of the national Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). The organization is committed to rapid solar industry growth  through outreach, advocacy, and continuing education. Join an exciting, growing industry that you can feel good about. Investing in solar helps customers save money, become more energy independent, contribute to cleaner air, all while creating green jobs and boosting the local economy. In addition, solar is one of the fastest growing sectors of the American economy. There are currently more than 174,000 solar workers in the U.S., a 20% increase over employment totals in 2013. Missouri boasts approximately 100 solar companies employing more than 2,000 people. 


    • The Executive Director (ED) of MOSEIA is the face of the Missouri solar industry and has the principal role of ensuring the sustainability of the organization by fundraising from members and sponsors, interacting with the board of directors and member companies, facilitating educational opportunities for member companies, and helping coordinate policy issues at the statehouse and utility regulatory commission.


    • Responsibilities:


    • Handle the financials of the organization, including budgeting, invoicing, tax management, and fundraising
    • Track legislation at the Missouri General Assembly, prepare reports, testify before legislative committees and possibly lobbying
    • Track solar and renewable dockets at the Missouri Public Service Commission
    • Prepare updates for the board and general membership
    • Plan and execute a yearly industry conference - facilitate sponsorships, obtain speakers
    • Coordinate volunteers
    • Manage communications for the organization, including media relations, website management, and stakeholder emails/newsletters/blogs
    • Desired Qualifications:


    • Four-year degree
    • Access to reliable transportation to state government and other facilities in Jefferson City and occasionally throughout the state
    • Proficient with Microsoft and Google Applications, in addition to Dropbox, UberConference, and similar technologies
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to present before an audience
    • Ability to establish and manage priorities without direct supervision
    • Understanding of the solar industry and basic understanding of solar technology
    • Understanding of the legislative and regulatory process in Missouri
    • Five years of applicable work experience strongly preferred
    • Prior experience with renewables, the legislature or public service commission, and fundraising strongly preferred
    • Please email cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to erin@straightupsolar.com


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    • Job Opportunity with The Citizens Utility Board

    • Position: Full-Time Social Media and Digital Communications Coordinator, Chicago, IL

    • The Citizens Utility Board (CUB), a membership-based organization and one of Illinois’ premier consumer watchdog groups, has an opening for a full-time, entry-level Social Media and Digital Communications Coordinator. This is an exciting opportunity to make a difference in the world by developing social media and e-newsletter campaigns for a good cause: Fighting electric/gas rate hikes, preventing rip-offs and advocating for a clean energy future.

    • Benefits include: competitive salary commensurate with experience; health, dental, and vision insurance; 401K with company match; vacation, PTO, and sick time; extra week of vacation for all staff members from December 24 - January 1; hands-on experience at a respected, hard-working nonprofit.

    • Responsibilities:

    • Manage technical aspects of CUB's e-newsletter campaigns using Luminate Online
    • Use solid graphic design and writing skills to create powerful, informative content (posts, videos, photos, etc) for CUB's e-newsletters, website, blog, Facebook, and Twitter pages
    • Help develop, implement, and maintain digital media strategies that align with CUB's brand, supports CUB's goals, and includes membership renewal campaigns and special promotions to encourage participation and eventual membership
    • Identify new ideas and opportunities by monitoring best practices and measuring the effectiveness of digital media campaigns using all reporting/analytical tools available
    • Seek ways to grow social media and e-newsletter audiences
    • Provide general assistance to CUB's Communications Department as needed

    • Desired Qualifications:


    • Degree in Journalism, English, or a communications-related field preferred
    • Commitment and passion for public interest work
    • Experience in marketing automation software and cloud-based contact management tools, preferably Luminate Online and Luminate CRM (Salesforce)
    • Basic knowledge of content management systems, preferably Wordpress
    • Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite
    • Strong analytical skills (experience with Google Analytics a plus) to detect what makes content and online campaigns successful, and then build upon it
    • Strategic and creative thinker with a solid grasp of digital outreach, and with the energy and enthusiasm required to identify emerging trends, brainstorm fresh ideas, and tap into new technologies
    • Strong writing and proofreading skills, and intense attention to detail


    • Please send cover letter, resume, and a sample of your best nonfiction writing sample (published works preferred) and graphic design work via email or mail to: 


    • jchilsen@citizensutilityboard.org

    • Citizens Utility Board (CUB)

    • Attn: Jim Chilsen, Communications Director

    • 309 W Washington St

    • Suite 800

    • Chicago, IL 60606

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      • Job Opportunity with The Energy Foundation

        Position: Midwest Policy Director, Chicago, IL


      • The Energy Foundation’s nonprofit mission is to serve the public interest by building a strong clean energy economy. Pragmatic and nonpartisan, the foundation supports education and analysis to promote policy solutions that build markets for clean energy technology. Advancing renewable energy and energy efficiency can open doors to greater innovation and productivity—growing the economy with dramatically less pollution. 

      • Reporting to the Senior Director, State and Regional Policy, the Policy Program Director, Midwest will foster development of innovative clean energy and climate policies in the region, in states identified by the foundation as having high potential for achieving meaningful progress on clean energy and climate policy. As such, the Policy Program Director will play an influential role engaging policy experts, utilities, clean technology industries, policymakers, and nonprofits. Success for this position and for the region is policy progress toward an energy system that is clean, reliable, affordable, and safe.

      • Desired Qualifications:


      • Bachelor's degree
      • Minimum 10 years of energy policy experience
      • Power sector expertise preferred
      • Knowledge of state-level energy policy
      • Experience within the Midwest region highly desirable
      • Outstanding public speaking and writing skills
      • Understanding of political dynamics
      • Ability to strategize - synthesize information from multiple sources into a coherent, big-picture view
      • Ability to translate vision into action
      • Ability to prioritize investments and resources and manage budgets
      • Effective relationship-building skills
      • Position requires frequent travel

      To learn more and apply, please click here.

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        • Job Opportunity with Sierra Club - Illinois Chapter

          Position: Clean Energy For All Program Advocate, Chicago, IL


          Under the direction of the Deputy Chapter Director, this role would be the lead advocate for Sierra Club efforts to move Illinois to 100% clean energy, particularly focused on strong and just implementation of Illinois’ new clean energy law - the Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA). Collaborate with various internal departments and programs, partner organizations, and volunteer leadership to support strategic coordinated campaign work. When needed, represent the Sierra Club to government officials, the media, business and community leaders, allies and other organizations, and to the public.

        • Responsibilities:


        • Implement strategic campaign to move Illinois to 100% clean energy, working in collaboration with Illinois Chapter and National staff, as well as volunteer leadership, partner organizations, and the public
        • Advocate before state and local government and Illinois utilities
        • Represent Sierra Club at state coalition working group meetings
        • Support staff, volunteers, partners, and businesses in priority implementation areas to promote clean energy project development
        • Develop and maintain relationships with policymakers
        • Assist in representing Sierra Club's views to legislators, government agencies, administrative officials, clean energy businesses, news media, and the general public
        • Support and provide professional expertise to staff, volunteers, elected officials, and the general public
        • Assist in content development of educational/informational materials
        • Seek opportunities to advance the Sierra Club's diversity initiatives through new partnerships and engagement strategies where appropriate
        • Handle miscellaneous projects and duties as assigned

        • Desired Qualifications:


        • BA/BS degree in environmental, political, legal, or related field or equivalent experience and education
        • At least 3 years of experience in public policy advocacy, and implementation of campaigns
        • Strong knowledge of energy issues, including renewable energy and energy efficiency policy and programs
        • Excellent demonstrated written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated public speaking and media presentation ability
        • Demonstrated ability and effectiveness working with volunteers
        • Valid driver's license, satisfactory driving record, and proof of auto insurance required

        To learn more and apply, please click here.




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        Location: Chicago

        Brief Summary

        The Incentive Coordinator tracks incentive programs and energy policies at a national and state level. This individual is responsible for submitting and securing incentives. This is an excellent opportunity for a bright individual with superior organizational skills and an interest in energy policy.

        Key Responsibilities

        • ·       Ensures completion of incentive application process by informing and collecting required application information from internal departments
        • ·       Provides company and project information to external incentive administrators
        • ·       Informs internal teams of approaching application deadlines
        • ·       Registers projects with various state authorities and manages the compliance filing process
        • ·       Works with the Project Management team to track project progress and meet incentive contract deadlines
        • ·       Manages SoCore’s installer registration processes
        • ·       Works with Policy team to improve and document processes
        • ·       Assists Policy Analysts with incentive research on new opportunities
        • ·       Assists Business Development team with special projects related to community solar and virtual net metering opportunities
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         Core Competencies

        • ·       Shows attention to detail
        • ·       Proves concrete organization
        • ·       Is consistent and reliable
        • ·       Manages time efficiently
        • ·       Is a team player
        • ·       Displays willingness to help others
        • ·       Effective communicator
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        Requirements

        • ·       Bachelor’s in Policy, Political Science, Environmental Science or related field
        • ·       1 years’ work or internship experience in a similar position
        • ·       Advanced Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills
        • ·       Experience operating with high energy and flexibility in a fast-paced, dynamic and entrepreneurial environment
        • ·       CRM experience is a plus
        • ·       Energy and utility experience is a plus

        Apply

        Please submit your online application by following this link: https://hire.jobvite.com/j?cj=oLkv0fwk&s=ISEA_Green_Jobs_&_Opportunities

        Location: Chicago

        Brief Summary

        The Incentive Coordinator tracks incentive programs and energy policies at a national and state level. This individual is responsible for submitting and securing incentives. This is an excellent opportunity for a bright individual with superior organizational skills and an interest in energy policy.

        Key Responsibilities

        • ·       Ensures completion of incentive application process by informing and collecting required application information from internal departments
        • ·       Provides company and project information to external incentive administrators
        • ·       Informs internal teams of approaching application deadlines
        • ·       Registers projects with various state authorities and manages the compliance filing process
        • ·       Works with the Project Management team to track project progress and meet incentive contract deadlines
        • ·       Manages SoCore’s installer registration processes
        • ·       Works with Policy team to improve and document processes
        • ·       Assists Policy Analysts with incentive research on new opportunities
        • ·       Assists Business Development team with special projects related to community solar and virtual net metering opportunities
        •  

         Core Competencies

        • ·       Shows attention to detail
        • ·       Proves concrete organization
        • ·       Is consistent and reliable
        • ·       Manages time efficiently
        • ·       Is a team player
        • ·       Displays willingness to help others
        • ·       Effective communicator
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        Requirements

        • ·       Bachelor’s in Policy, Political Science, Environmental Science or related field
        • ·       1 years’ work or internship experience in a similar position
        • ·       Advanced Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills
        • ·       Experience operating with high energy and flexibility in a fast-paced, dynamic and entrepreneurial environment
        • ·       CRM experience is a plus
        • ·       Energy and utility experience is a plus

        Apply

        Please submit your online application by following this link: https://hire.jobvite.com/j?cj=oLkv0fwk&s=ISEA_Green_Jobs_&_Opportunities

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