Career & Workforce Development

Opportunities at NECEC

Vice President, Policy and Government Affairs

NECEC is seeking a Vice President of Policy and Government Affairs to lead NECEC’s policy development, legislative advocacy and regulatory reform efforts to accelerate clean energy policies and programs across the Northeast, work with NECEC’s hundreds of member companies to coordinate a strong business voice in support of policies for clean energy growth, and build and strengthen relationships with policymakers and other external stakeholders. This position is responsible for managing NECEC’s small but talented team and coordinating a network of state coordinators and partners.

RI Cleantech Acceleration Intern

NECEC is seeking support for an evaluation of the cleantech innovation ecosystem in RI. This effort includes interviews with existing and potential stakeholders to understand how to accelerate innovation in the cleantech sector. It will consider exploring models for industry - academic collaboration to accelerate cleantech innovation, as well as to conduct research and analysis on market development, innovation strategies, and other aspects related to development of a state clean energy economy.

Career Opportunities in Clean Energy

Engie is seeking a Government and Regulatory Affairs Director.

Sherin and Lodgen is hiring an Energy Attorney.

PowerOptions is seeking a Marketing Coordinator.

Catalyze is hiring a Director of Renewable Energy Project Development - Northeast, Director of Marketing and Policy and Regulatory Analyst.

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Workforce Training Resources

Visit the New England Clean Energy Careers Training and Education Directory, which seeks to connect energy efficiency and renewable energy industry professionals, jobs seekers, and students with the many opportunities for education and training that exist throughout the region.The directory is a service from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.