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Electric Vehicle Program Director – RES Energy Institute
West Virginia University Research Office is currently accepting applications for an Electric Vehicle Program Director with the Energy Institute.
About the Opportunity
As an Electric Vehicle Program Director, you will be responsible for assisting with strategic planning and development of, and then executing, the NAFTC’s AFV/EV education, training, and outreach mission. While the incumbent is expected to embrace all alternative fuels, the incumbent will have a particular focus on electric vehicles (EVs), including assisting with setting program direction, creating growth through member recruitment, securing funding from federal sources and other sponsors through proposal development and submission, and performing project management of the resulting awards. The incumbent will work with NAFTC members and other transportation stakeholders nationwide to develop and implement EV education, training programs, and related outreach to promote EVs and develop the new workforce that will be needed to advance electrification of over-the-road transportation systems. The incumbent is expected to network with NAFTC members and with OEMs, auto dealerships, independent automotive repair facilities, trade unions, Clean Cities organizations, federal and state agencies, and other stakeholders to promote EV growth and respond to workforce needs. Apply at https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/staff/jobdetail.ftl?job=21946&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York
Graduate Assistant- Institute for Stewardship of the Natural World
The Institute for Stewardship of the Natural World (ISNW) is seeking a Graduate Assistant for the ‘23-’24 academic year. The ISNW pursues a vision of an environmentally literate community whose members think critically and act, individually and collectively, as model stewards of the natural world. The Graduate Assistant will advance an institutional culture of sustainability, stewardship of natural resources, and literacy in environmental sustainability. The successful candidate will work closely with JMU students and employees in many roles, as well as with community partners. For more information about the Institute for Stewardship of the Natural World, please visit: www.jmu.edu/stewardship or visit JMU Job Link at https://joblink.jmu.edu/postings/14207
Citizen Energy: EV Outreach & Education Coordinator
Citizen Energy (CE) was founded in 2012 with a vision to bring people together to build a 100% clean energy economy. Through our electric vehicle (EV) Charging as-a-Service solution, we accelerate the adoption of EVs and deploy charging infrastructure at no cost to site hosts. Our experienced team engineers, finances, installs, and manages a nationwide EV charging stations network. CE prioritizes engaging underserved communities and helps consumers make the switch to EVs, save at least 50% in fuel costs and reduce pollution in their communities.
CE recently formed a partnership with the General Motors Climate Equity Fund, IDEAS for Us, and GreenLatinos on a new exciting initiative to deploy charging infrastructure and implement outreach/education for Latino communities in the state of Maryland. CE is recruiting for a fulltime bilingual Outreach and Education Coordinator. The position requires local travel, and visiting project sites, with a CE-provided electric vehicle. Above all, this position requires an “all hands on deck” mindset to meet aggressive deadlines and help prove the viability of the initiative.
The hiring range is $45,000 to $60,000 (commensurate with experience). Based in Maryland/DC region, with teleworking opportunities.
Rappahannock Electric Cooperative: Clean Energy Programs Intern
Rappahannock Electric Cooperative is one of Virginia’s largest distribution cooperatives, providing electric service to 170,000 members across 22 counties in Virginia. The Energy Solutions and Clean Energy department is responsible for electric transportation, energy efficiency, demand response, and residential solar programs. REC seeks a summer intern to develop new programs and assist in the launch of a new energy efficiency program for REC members.
You will help develop future clean energy programs for REC’s residential, small commercial, and industrial members. You will help develop new initiatives related to clean energy solutions. About this Role
This position is available for current undergraduate students who are rising college juniors or seniors with experience and interest in the energy industry. Candidates must be a current student with good academic standing (3.0 GPA and above).
For more info about the position and how to apply visit here https://myrec.coop/sites/default/files/documents/careers/Clean%20Energy%20Programs%20Intern.pdf
Department of Energy Clean Energy Corps: Multiple Positions
The Clean Energy Corps needs talented, diverse, kind, and hardworking people like you to join this team.
DOE’s Clean Energy Corps is comprised of the staff from more than a dozen offices across DOE — current staff and new hires — all working together to research, develop, demonstrate, and deploy solutions to the world’s greatest challenge. The Clean Energy Corps is a diverse group of talented individuals committed to public service and with a mission of supercharging the clean energy revolution.
DOE is collecting resumes for candidates interested in becoming part of the Clean Energy Corps via our Applicant Portal. The Applicant Portal is a streamlined application process which will allow applicants to align their talents with their passion by indicating specific areas of interest and allow hiring managers throughout the agency to review candidate resumes simultaneously to find the best fit for you.
For more info about the position and how to apply visit https://myrec.coop/sites/default/files/documents/careers/Clean%20Energy%20Programs%20Intern.pdf
Southern Environmental Law Center: Transportation Electrification Attorney
The Southern Environmental Law Center is accepting applications for a Transportation Electrification Attorney in our Charlottesville, VA office. The start date is as soon as possible.
This is an excellent opportunity to be part of an organization that is successfully addressing some of the most important and challenging transportation, energy and environmental issues in the South and the nation.
This attorney will develop, coordinate, and play the lead role in implementing an advocacy strategy to equitably achieve the greatest climate benefit possible from the growth in vehicle electrification in the six
states in SELC’s region, with a particular focus on Virginia. This position is open to practicing attorney with four or more years of experience.
To apply, visit www.southernenvironment.org/about-us/careers/open-positions/ and follow directions to an online application process where you may upload your application materials.