The Application Support Analyst is a key member of MassCEC’s Corporate Division, reporting to the Director of IT. The Application Support Analyst analyzes problems and both designs and implements solutions in three critical areas: Business Systems, Operational Procedures, and Financial Reporting as they relate to key MassCEC systems including our Awards Management System (AMS), Great Plains accounting system, the Production Tracking System (PTS), and online application portals for MassCEC programs.
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Wind turbine blade testing is a critical factor in maintaining high levels of reliability and evaluating the latest technological developments in airfoils and materials. In addition, blade testing is required as part of turbine certification to meet international design standards including IEC, GL, DNV. Meeting international standards allows developers to mitigate the technical and financial risk of deploying mass-produced wind turbines.
MassCEC is seeking a clean energy industry professional to lead MassCEC’s efforts to support the successful growth and development of innovative clean energy technologies across the Commonwealth. The Director of Technology Development will report to the Senior Director of Innovation and Industry Support (IIS). The IIS division supports the growth of clean energy and water technologies and companies, critical industry infrastructure, workforce training, market research, and industry thought leadership. The Division includes several initiatives: Emerging Markets, Technology Development, W
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC’s) General Counsel is responsible for handling the full range of legal matters involving MassCEC including drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts, grants and loan agreements entered into by MassCEC. The General Counsel will provide counsel and advice to the Chief Executive Officer and senior management on all legal, regulatory, policy and public law matters related to the activities of MassCEC and its employees. In addition, an important aspect of the role will be advising on and overseeing a wide variety of commercial relationships,
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is seeking a full time Human Resources Intern who will assist with all aspects of Human Resources including coordination of benefits, performance management, recruitment, and employee onboarding and off boarding initiatives. The Human Resources Intern will work in close coordination with the Human Resources Generalist. This is a great opportunity to explore the Human Resources field or build on previous Human Resources experience.
MassCEC is seeking a Senior Project Manager to lead the organization’s low and moderate income initiatives. This role will manage and coordinate MassCEC’s efforts to promote clean energy adoption amongst low and moderate income Commonwealth ratepayers. The Senior Project Manager will advise MassCEC senior staff on expanding the scope and effectiveness of current low income program offerings while advising on the development of future initiatives.