Career Opportunities

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center provides a challenging, progressive and supportive environment that encourages and promotes employee development. The exciting, fast-paced culture at Massachusetts Clean Energy Center is fueled by the creative ideas, innovative thinking and unparalleled commitment of our employees. The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center has ongoing recruitment opportunities so visit our web site periodically for updated career opportunities.

This page lists jobs posted by MassCEC. Please click here to access MassCEC's online career center. 

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Business Systems Analyst

The Business Systems Analyst is an essential member of MassCEC’s renewable energy production management team, reporting to the division’s Director. The Business Systems Analyst analyzes problems and both designs and implements solutions in three critical areas:  Business Systems, Operational Procedures, and Production Reporting as they relate to vital MassCEC Production Tracking System (PTS).  PTS is an externally hosted, web-based application maintained by MassCEC to monitor and evaluate the performance of renewable energy systems.

Paralegal and Special Projects Fellow

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (“MassCEC”) is seeking to hire a law student for its Paralegal and Special Projects Fellowship (the “Fellow”). This is a paid or for credit position for the Fall 2018 semester. The Fellow will be required to work a minimum of 20 hours per week from Monday-Thursday at a schedule mutually agreed upon by the Fellow and MassCEC. The Fellow will assist both the legal division and the operations division with legal and strategic operations projects.

Project Administrator – Clean Heating & Cooling Programs

The Project Administrator (PA) at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) will provide support to MassCEC’s Clean Heating & Cooling (CH&C) programs, which work to foster the transformation of the heating and cooling sector from traditional fossil fuels to clean energy alternatives. The CH&C programs provide grants, rebates, and technical assistance to help Massachusetts homeowners and businesses install clean heating and cooling projects.

Project Administrator – Innovation and Industry Support Division

The Project Administrator supports a variety of programs and activities with the The Project Administrator supports  a variety of programs and activities within the Innovation & Industry Support (IIS) Division, primarily administering Requests for Proposals (RFP) and supporting the selection process, awarding management and contracting assistance, and deliverable tracking and invoice processing. In addition, the Project Administrator will support the Emerging Markets Project Manager and Clean Energy Innovation Ecosystem Project Manager, as needed, in program development and execution. 

Project Manager - Emerging Markets

The Project Manager is responsible for managing the implementation of various Emerging Markets projects and programs within the Innovation and Industry Support Division at MassCEC.  The Project Manager will assist in the development of programs related to MassCEC’s energy storage, clean transportation, grid edge and other emerging markets within clean energy. 

Project Manager - Workforce Development

The Workforce Development Project Manager will support and manage education and training programs that support the talent pipeline to the clean energy industry in Massachusetts. The position will fall under the Innovation & Industry Support (IIS) division, which is responsible for a range of programs and projects that support the growth of the clean energy and water innovation industries in Massachusetts.