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Weatherization Administrative Monitor
Minnesota Department of Commerce

The WAP Administrative Monitor helps the Weatherization Assistance Program deliver high impact energy conservation upgrades and build climate resiliency for low-income Minnesota households. This position exists to monitor and provide technical assistance to MN Weatherization Assistance Program Service Providers in person and remotely. Learn more by searching Job ID 77523 (mn.gov/mmb/careers).

 

HOME/HEAR Program Business Analyst
Minnesota Department of Commerce

Business analyst and liaison to IT projects, maintenance and vendors for HOME/HEAR and Strengthening Minnesota Homes programs. This position will manage the business information technology needs for software development, business process and technology contracts/vendors. Primary functions include, developing, coordinating and maintaining agency IT projects to meet the needs of HOME/HEAR, Strengthening Minnesota Homes and other priority energy programs and projects. Learn more by searching Job ID 77491 (mn.gov/mmb/careers).

 

Emerging & New Technologies Program Administrator
Minnesota Department of Commerce

Design, implement and manage Emerging and Renewable Technologies program. Coordinate grant program between Commerce units and external partners. Provide technical assistance, research and program administration. Work with partner organizations, utilities, industry representatives and organizations and the public. This is a temporary unclassified position anticipated to last up to 1.5 years. Learn more by searching Job ID 77575 (mn.gov/mmb/careers).

Deputy Commissioner of Energy Resources
Minnesota Department of Commerce

Lead a dynamic, growing Division of Energy Resources team at the MN Dept of Commerce, where your passion for public service will make an impact on the well-being of all Minnesotans. The Division of Energy Resources provides energy-related services and regulatory activities in regulated utility matters and programmatic oversight. Commerce is seeking a Deputy Commissioner to assist the Commissioner in shaping the policy direction of the Department and Administration related to energy matters, leading efforts as part of the Governor’s Climate Change Subcabinet, leading state efforts to leverage federal dollars to invest in Minnesota’s energy system, advocating in regulated utility matters, overseeing climate resiliency programs, monitoring industry trends and assisting viable new energy technologies to enter the commercial market, overseeing utilities' conservation improvement programs and advancing the state’s clean energy goals. Learn more by searching Job ID 77138 (mn.gov/mmb/careers).

 

Whole Homes and Appliance Rebates Project Specialist
U.S. Department of Energy, Office of State and Community Programs

This position is part of the Office of State and Community Energy Programs, Department of Energy. As a Whole Homes and Appliance Rebates Project Specialist, you will be managing Grantee projects/programs; monitoring milestones and funding requirements and making recommendations to keep project/programs on track and within funding constraints and reducing the potential of waste, fraud and abuse of grant funds. Please click here for more information and to apply.

 

Codes & Standards Analyst
Oregon Department of Energy

The primary purpose of this position is to conduct economic, technical, and policy analysis of the Building Performance Standards program issues and to act as the section’s legislative, rulemaking, and proceedings coordinator. This position will review and participate in Building Performance Standards regulatory processes of multiple state agencies and in regional and federal energy-related organizations. Please click here for more information and to apply.

 

Senior Energy Policy Specialist (Sustainable Fuels)
Washington State Department of Commerce

The 2021 State Energy Strategy and Commerce’s 2024 Green Hydrogen and Renewable Fuels legislative report identify a role for sustainable fuels in meeting the state’s energy and climate objectives. The Senior Energy Policy Specialist will work within the Office of Renewable Fuels within the Energy Policy Office to provide policy recommendations and analysis and engage proactively on developing a comprehensive and strategic market for sustainable fuels in Washington. To learn more and apply, click here.