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Executive Deputy Director, Greentown Labs (Somerville, MA)

Job Summary: The successful Executive Deputy Director (EDD) candidate will work alongside the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to execute the company vision and provide leadership to scale the organization’s capacity and reinforce its culture to ensure Greentown Labs’ long-term success. The EDD will oversee the organization’s ongoing diverse business operations including fundraising and set comprehensive goals for performance and growth to ensure organizational goals are met and team members grow and thrive. Excellent people management and collaboration skills are an absolute must to create and maintain positive working relationships with Greentown team members at all levels, corporate partners, member companies and other stakeholders. The role also requires strong communication skills and has the responsibility of being called upon to positively represent the organization and communicate its vision on behalf of the CEO. Our ideal candidate is mission-driven and has experience and a network within the cleantech/clean energy/sustainability industry, and a drive to address the biggest challenge of our time: climate change. This position will serve as second-in-command to the CEO and will be a member of the senior leadership team at Greentown Labs.

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Renewable Energy Program Coordinator, Mass Dept of Energy Resources (Boston, MA)

The Department of Energy Resources (DOER) is responsible for implementing the state’s Renewable and Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard (RPS and APS) programs, which includes the RPS Solar Carve-Out (SREC) programs and the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program.  DOER is looking to hire a Renewable Energy Program Coordinator to assist in the implementation of these programs. The Renewable Energy Program Coordinator’s contributions will primarily support the Commonwealth’s solar incentive programs, in particular the SREC and SMART Programs. The Renewable Energy Program Coordinator will be responsible for program data management, application review and processing, and communications with applicants and stakeholders. The Renewable Energy Program Coordinator will also support renewable energy programs and policy more generally as needed.

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GIS Planner, Strafford Regional Planning Commission (Rochester, NH)

Strafford Regional Planning Commission seeks a qualified professional for the position of GIS Planner.  Working closely with dedicated planning staff, this position focuses on integrating GIS and technical skills into a planning environment. The successful candidate will deliver professional planning and technical expertise through services such as data management (development, collection and interpretation), creation of maps, and spatial analysis.

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NYC Emissions Reduction Analyst, Nyserda Clean Energy Communities Program (New York, NY)

Job Description: The Analyst will be charged with helping DEM advance the critical work of reducing greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions produced by NYC’s municipal operations. DEM serves as the hub for energy management within the City. The Analyst will conduct research and analysis, assist with strategic project management, and support planning efforts associated with implementation of Local Law 97, the cornerstone of the Climate Mobilization Act passed by New York City Council in April. In particular, the Analyst will help DEM conduct long-term planning activities required to execute Local Law 97. 

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Public Transit Manager, ITDP (Boston, MA)

The Public Transit Manager is based in Boston, Massachusetts and will play a key role in overseeing the conceptualization, design and implementation of sustainable transport solutions. The primary work area will be technical project management in greater Boston, specifically developing a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Roadmap planning document that considers infrastructure, operational, financial and communications components. The Manager must have a strong command of BRT service and infrastructure planning as well as a willingness to learn the latest international best practices for implementation in greater Boston.

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