Job Opportunities

June 28, 2024

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Energy Efficiency Workforce Coordinator, Virginia Department of Energy, $65,000 – $80,000

Do you have experience in workforce development? Are you interested in helping increase the size and diversity of the energy efficiency workforce in the Commonwealth? Do you enjoy working with a variety of partners to make progress toward a shared goal? Then look no further! The Virginia Department of Energy is seeking an Energy Efficiency Workforce Coordinator to manage the agency’s energy efficiency workforce development programs. These new programs, which seek to create a ready workforce to complete high-demand residential energy efficiency projects, are federally funded from sources including the Inflation Reduction Act’s Training Residential Energy Contractors (TREC) program.

The successful candidate will be responsible for convening a workforce development advisory group, establishing and maintaining partnerships with a wide set of public and private entities, procuring and managing contracted program support, managing program budgets, conducting federal compliance activities, and completing other activities required to successfully manage state-sponsored workforce programs.


The Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO) at U.S. Department of Energy is hiring! These positions are often in Washington DC and some are currently open until September 30, 2024. Are you or anyone you know interested in making a lasting impact on transportation decarbonization while also serving the public good? VTO has openings and we’re looking for great people who enjoy working across an organization on a broad range of activities to support VTO’s leadership, research, and deployment teams and keep the office running as smoothly as possible. No two days will be the same! Click the link or scan the QR code below to view our open positions and apply now!

Technology Integration Deployment Manager (GS-13; Washington, DC)

The Technology Integration Deployment Manager will serve as an expert on accelerating the adoption of advanced technology vehicles, alternative fuels, energy efficient mobility systems and technologies, and other efficient advanced technologies that can reduce transportation energy costs for businesses and consumers including collaboration with the Clean Cities and Communities partnership. This post closes on September 30, 2024.

Analysis Technology Manager (GS-12; Washington, DC)

The Analysis Technology Manager will serve as a technical expert in data-driven, advanced transportation technology models, tools, and analyses to investigate critical questions and create insights about energy use and other relevant metrics. This post closes on September 30, 2024.

Electrification Technology Manager (GS-13; Washington, DC)

The Electrification Technology Manager will serve as a technical expert in vehicle charging technologies, vehicle-grid integration, electric-drive systems, powertrain and other related technologies. This post closes on September 30, 2024.