Webmaster & Communications Coordinator

Company Name
BU Institute for Sustainable Energy
Company Website
Location (City)
Job Category
Business Development, Communications
Job Sector
Conservation, Energy Efficiency
Job Type
Part Time
Degree Requirement
Contact Info Tess Kohanski tckohans@bu.edu

ISE is hiring a webmaster and communications coordinator to be an integral part of the operations and communications team.  This part-time position will report directly to ISE’s Assistant Director of Operations.

Job Duties/Responsibilities: 

This position is responsible for the production of the website, email communications (newsletters, event announcements, etc.) including minor content development, editing, headline writing, and layout.  This person is also responsible for ongoing content review and website updates, including events calendar, jobs board, and announcements section.


Required Skills:  WordPress, excellent written and oral communication and proofreading.

Preferred Skills:  MailChimp, graphic design. Bachelor’s Degree strongly preferred.

How to Apply: 

Please email a cover letter, resume, and work sample to Tess Kohanski (tckohans@bu.edu).

About the Company: 

The Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy (ISE) is a university-wide center dedicated to facilitating the transition to a sustainable, climate-safe global energy system. Through interdisciplinary research, policy analysis, and collaborative engagement, our mission is to ensure that the energy systems of the world provide abundant, sustainable, and universally accessible energy services to both emerging and advanced economies. This enormous challenge will require new technologies and energy processes, new forms of financing and financial institutions, new policy approaches, and new forms of public governance, and new companies, industries, and markets. Our work spans all of the disciplines, departments, and colleges at BU and involves many partnerships with other researchers, policymakers, and industry.  Core work areas comprise defining pathways to becoming the utility of the future in both the electric and water sectors, with a common theme of moving towards a business model based on electricity/water efficiency; emissions reduction in transportation; and city climate modeling.

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