Careers at MassCEC

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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.

Employment opportunities at MassCEC are listed below. Visit MassCEC's online career center to learn more and apply now.

Current Openings

Blade Test Engineer I

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. 

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) Wind Technology Testing Center (WTTC) offers a full suite of certification tests for turbine blades up to 90 meters in length.  WTTC also offers the latest wind turbine blade testing and prototype development methodologies to help the wind industry deploy the next generation of land-based and offshore wind turbine technologies.

The WTTC is currently testing utility scale wind turbine blades and we are conducting a search for a Test Engineer I.  It is expected within the first year of this position that you will spend a significant amount of time training and will have ongoing oversight. Read more

Customer Service & Registration Administrator

The Customer Service & Registration Administrator will facilitate the registration and accurate tracking of the renewable energy system electricity production for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  This duty is accomplished through the use of the Production Tracking System (PTS), a database and web application maintained by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC).  The PTS provides MassCEC with necessary information to monitor and evaluate the performance and effectiveness of renewable energy programs and systems. 

The MassCEC is designated by the state Department of Energy Resources (DOER) as the sole Independent Third Party Meter Reader for the purpose of providing Solar Renewable Energy Certificate (SREC) verifications for qualified generators.  As such, this position is responsible for timely, accurate system registration and complete resolution of production reporting issues, primarily related to the MassCEC’s solar program initiatives. Read more

Program Administrator

MassCEC seeks a motivated and organized candidate to join the Clean Transportation team as a Program Administrator. The Program Administrator will play a key role in supporting management of ongoing programs to guarantee successful rollout, stakeholder engagement, and thorough and thoughtful project learnings. 

This position blends the daily program administration responsibilities of awardee support, data entry of key program metrics, and contract and invoice processing with frequent opportunities to collaborate on program improvement, outreach efforts, and integration of broader clean transportation goals. Read more

Internships at MassCEC

MassCEC is currently accepting applications for those looking to join our programs teams as an intern. Those interested are encouraged to visit our Online Career Center to view our available internships. Current openings are for the 2023 July-December semester, and schedules can be flexible depending on classes.

Director of Human Resources

MassCEC is searching for an experienced Director of Human Resources who will provide leadership to the Human Resources Department and also lead Environmental Justice and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives and efforts both internally and externally. The Director of Human Resources will act as a trusted advisor in all areas of HR including talent management, change management, organizational and performance management, succession planning, training and development, compensation benefits, employee relations, and DEI.  The Director will supervise the Human Resources Team made up of the Human Resources Manager and Human Resources Administrator. The Director will report to the Chief of Staff.

This role would be a good fit for someone with a track record of successful management of an HR team and who has experience in supporting an organization through a growth period and/or periods of change. A successful applicant will demonstrate consummate professionalism and a commitment to creating a work environment that results in high employee performance and satisfaction. Read more

Senior Director of Marketing and Communications

MassCEC is seeking a Senior Director of Marketing and Communications who will play a key role in conveying MassCEC’s work and Massachusetts as a leader in the clean energy space to the public. The Senior Director of Marketing and Communications is responsible for developing and implementing a proactive marketing and communications strategy to increase public awareness of clean energy adoption opportunities, Massachusetts’ competitive advantages relative to other states and regions for clean energy companies, the role MassCEC plays in accelerating growth in the clean energy cluster, and other key marketing messages relative to MassCEC’s mission. The Senior Director will report to MassCEC’s Chief of Staff and will manage the Communications and Marketing team. 

The Senior Director of Marketing and Communications will be a trusted advisor to the Executive Team on all marketing and communications issues. They will be a seasoned professional, relied on for their acumen, instinct, and experience. The Senior Director for Marketing and Communications will have a proven track record of successful execution of marketing and communications campaigns and a familiarity with managing communication strategies with multiple stakeholder audiences, particularly government. Read more

Terminal Coordinator

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) Terminal Coordinator assists with operations support, facility management, and business development at the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal.  The New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal is a heavy-lift port facility built in 2015 to support the construction, assembly, and deployment of offshore wind projects. The terminal also supports marine cargos including bulk, break-bulk, containers and large project cargo. 

The Terminal Coordinator will work under the supervision of the Terminal Director and Terminal Manager at the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal, located at 4 Wright Street, New Bedford, MA.  The Terminal Coordinator will also provide support for workflow in MassCEC’s offshore wind program areas as needed. Read more

Sr. Program Manager

MassCEC seeks a talented and experienced candidate to serve as a Senior Program Manager in MassCEC’s Workforce Development department. Successful candidates will bring extensive experience in education combined with a deep understanding of workforce and career development and a strong commitment to helping Massachusetts achieve its 2050 net zero emissions goals through equitable, high-quality programming. 

Reporting to the Managing Director, the Senior Program Manager will lead partnership development with educational institutions and systems across K-12 and higher education. In partnership with other team members, consultants, and industry stakeholders, the Senior Program Manager will provide oversight and support for developing policy recommendations, partnership campaign materials, curricular resources, programs, and web content aimed at increasing clean energy career awareness and access. Additionally, the Senior Program Manager will play a key role in supporting Workforce award grantees by providing counseling and quality technical assistance, structuring and capturing effective outcomes reporting, supporting and adhering to grant and administrative processes, and contributing to broader strategic outreach and engagement. Read more

Deputy Chief Program Officer

The Mass Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is seeking a highly motivated individual to function as the right hand to the Chief Program Officer to help coordinate, improve the impact, and accelerate the development and deployment of MassCEC’s technology and market development programs.  The Deputy Chief Program Officer is a dynamic and flexible role that is well suited for a collaborative, creative self-starter who can manage a variety of projects. The Deputy Chief Program Officer will provide support to the Chief Program Officer in all aspects of work and will both collaborate with internal MassCEC staff as well as interface with external stakeholders in the public, private and non-profit sectors. 

The Chief Program Officer serves on MassCEC’s executive leadership team, collaborates with other executive team members on organizational strategy and management, oversees the organization’s clean energy and climate technology development program portfolio, and market development program portfolios in the buildings, transportation and net zero grid sectors, ensures effective integration and coordination of programmatic efforts across teams, contributes to new program development, coordinates with other state agencies on climate and clean energy initiatives, and conducts a variety of other activities to generally oversee the strategic deployment of human and financial resources in service of MassCEC’s mission. Read more

Program Director

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) seeks an experienced, motivated, visionary leader with a strong technical background in the electric distribution system, and familiarity with utility regulatory and business models and clean energy generation to lead the Net Zero Grid division as Program Director.  This role will oversee MassCEC’s Net Zero Grid strategy and programmatic activities, including research, demonstration projects, and stakeholder engagement to support the development of a reliable, resilient electric grid necessary to enable economy-wide electrification and substantial increases in deployment of utility scale and distributed energy resources critical to meeting the Commonwealth’s climate goals.

This position will lead a growing team and inherit a substantial body of existing programmatic work while developing and overseeing new Net Zero Grid initiatives often in close collaboration with other division leaders in the Offshore Wind, Buildings, and Clean Transportation groups, recognizing the foundational role that a smart, reliable, resilient grid must play in the Commonwealth’s clean energy future.  The Net Zero Grid team also coordinates closely with the Technology Development, Investments and Workforce Development teams, and as needed, will interface with the CEO, COS, GC and other senior team members on Net Zero Grid issues.

The Program Director’s job responsibilities include a range of activities including refining, expanding and articulating the Net Zero Grid division’s strategy, research, and program objectives to MassCEC’s board of directors and senior leadership, supporting development of new programs, collaborating closely with electric utilities, leading outreach to industry stakeholders and the public, participating in review of program applications, overseeing contracting processes, and managing staff in a high performing results-driven organization.

The successful candidate will have experience setting ambitious goals and achieving success while demonstrating a pragmatic, collaborative and collegial work and management style. A key consideration is a candidate’s ability to identify synergies and collaborative opportunities across MassCEC divisions and with industry, academic and government partners. This position reports to the Chief Program Officer. Read more

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