This newly created position will be the Principal Investigator contributing to a portfolio of Distributed Generation and Energy Advisory Service programs and projects. Under the general direction of the Director of Distributed Generation, the DG Principal will be a key member of CSE’s team of project and program managers, engineers, analysts and policy advisors by providing subject matter expertise on a diverse portfolio of clean energy initiatives focused on advanced energy storage, smart grid, behind-the-meter distributed generation, advanced renewable energy grid integration and vehicle-grid integration research and deployment projects.
For the full job description, visit the Energy Center website.
The Project Manager, Clean Transportation will be responsible for managing budgets, timelines, deliverables, and teams for a suite of clean transportation projects. Under general supervision from the Senior Project Manager, Electric Vehicles (EV) Initiatives, the Project Manager will facilitate the coordination of multiple market development projects. In addition to project related duties, this position will also provide overall operational support within CSE’s Transportation Department, including new program development and implementation.
For the full job description, visit energycenter.org.
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Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund Political Campaign Fellows
The Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund is seeking two Political Campaign Fellows to work this summer on our targeted electoral campaigns and to support our efforts to build a political movement to support the environment in targeted areas of the state. This will be an exciting opportunity for students who want to learn about political campaigns, environmental advocacy and research. Training will be provided.
Massachusetts Offshore Wind Power Campaign Intern
This spring and summer, the Environmental League of Massachusetts is working with our partners at the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) on a campaign to promote offshore wind power. As part of this effort, ELM will hire two paid summer interns to assist with all aspects of the campaign including phone banking, outreach to supporters, staffing house parties and other events, tabling, etc.
Wanting to be making posts like this, improving our newsletters, posting to Facebook and Twitter and helping craft our videos and progress reports? The Tufts Office of Sustainability is seeking an undergraduate student with strong communications skills to help inform the Tufts community about the university’s sustainability initiatives. The intern will assist with office communications, including creating documents and outreach materials, writing articles, assisting with social media programming, and performing website and blog maintenance. This position is for the 2016-2017 academic year and will begin in September 2016. Interns are expected to work approximately 8 hours per week.
See the full position and apply here.
Application deadline: Position is open until filled.