May 16, 2006
Full-Time Analyst/Engineer Opening at EPA Clean Energy Program
For all of you seniors still scrambling to get a job–how does $36,671 – $100,554 sound?
EPA’s Clean Energy-Environment State Partnership Program seeks an energetic person to help provide technical assistance to states pursuing clean energy efforts, including programs to support energy efficiency, renewable energy and clean distributed generation. He or she would be responsible for a range of analytic efforts to support this program that works with state energy, environmental and utility regulatory officials across the country. The ideal candidate will have a strong analytical background, combined with excellent writing skills, and experience working on clean energy policies, ideally at the state and/or local level. Duties would include: researching, analyzing and documenting state clean energy best practices; helping assess co-benefits associated with a range of policies and programs; assisting senior staff in preparing presentations and guidance documents for the states; managing grant solicitations and contracts; and, assisting with outreach efforts.
For more information about the EPA Clean Energy-Environment State Partnership Program, visit the EPA site.
Send a resume and cover letter to Julie Rosenberg at email@example.com if you're interested.