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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

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:

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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.

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Director of Climate Mitigation and Resiliency Planning

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. 

Director, Division of Energy
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities

Manage the day to day operation of the Division including the development of all written and oral presentations regarding significant policy matters in order to brief the Commissioners, Executive Director, members of the Governor’s Office or legislative representatives, and their staff and the state’s congressional delegation on federal legislation which may impact the BPU regarding significant policy matters.  Please click here for more information and to apply. 

Energy Efficiency Quality Assurance Specialist
Oklahoma Department of Commerce

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce (ODOC) operates a Weatherization Program funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE WAP) and the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP WX). ODOC’s Weatherization Program mission is to reduce costs for low-income families, particularly for the elderly, people with disabilities, and children, by improving the energy efficiency of their homes while ensuring their health and safety.

This position is responsible for onsite and desktop technical monitoring oversight of all ODOC Weatherization Subgrantees, assisting with the development of technical policy, and providing Subgrantees with training and technical assistance as needed. The applicant must be available to work extended hours, traveling throughout the State of Oklahoma at least 60 percent of the time. Out of state travel for trainings and conferences will also be required

For more detailed information or to apply, please visit ODOC’s website here.

Residential Building Science Coordinator
Minnesota Department of Commerce, Energy Division

The primary purpose of this position is to utilize building science techniques to 1) To lead all technical monitoring activities for the Minnesota Weatherization Assistance Program, and 2) Serve as the lead residential building science expert for the MN State Energy Office.

This position coordinates all WAP technical monitoring activities and provides final oversight of local Service Providers through certified Quality Control Inspections. When necessary, this position also provides direct technical compliance monitoring, as well as related reporting and technical assistance following USDOE guidelines.

This position also provides expert advisement on specific and complex technical residential questions regarding building science principles for local and state-level program and policy development and serves as the residential building scientist on behalf of the Weatherization Assistance Program and the broader State Energy Office.  Please click here for more information and 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.

Outreach and Coalition-Building Associate
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)

The outreach and coalition-building associate position will build support for federal efficiency standards through outreach and coalition building, particularly focusing on amplifying the voices of environmental justice activists, low-income consumers, and public health experts while also expanding support among other allies, including businesses and utilities, labor voices, and state and local policy makers. This job provides an opportunity to create real change by shaping and advancing a proven policy approach. The associate reports to the state policy and outreach manager. Please click here for more informaiton and to apply. 

Technical Advocacy Associate
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)

The associate will lead our work on select product categories (e.g., refrigerators, electric motors, heat pumps, etc.) and play a supporting role on others. The position primarily focuses on national standards and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) regulatory proceedings conducted to review, update, and expand them, but the associate also engages in ENERGY STAR® proceedings and provides technical support for ASAP’s state standards advocacy campaigns.  Please click here for more information and to apply.

Thermal Decarbonization Program Manager
Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources

The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources (OER) is hiring a Thermal Decarbonization Program Manager to help lead a number of tasks related to strategic electrification, fuel decarbonization, workforce development, and community engagement. Please contact Doreen Delancy for the full job description and instructions to apply: