MassCEC seeks a talented and experienced candidate to serve as a Program Manager for Marketing, Outreach and Partnerships for Workforce Equity Programs. The Program Manager will play a key role in brand development, promotion of workforce equity programs, partnership development and strategy development for all workforce equity programs. This position will focus on developing workforce equity program marketing content, communications, and stakeholder outreach. The role will serve as advisor for workforce equity grantees, promoting and branding workforce equity programs that serve environmental justice neighborhoods, women- and minority-owned businesses and former/current fossil fuel workers to achieve the state’s 2050 net-zero emissions goals. MassCEC expects the responsibilities of this position to evolve and expand as MassCEC develops and initiates future workforce equity programs. Read more
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’s 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
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) Terminal Administrator 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 Administrator 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 Administrator will also provide support for workflow in MassCEC’s offshore wind program areas as needed. Read more
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is seeking a Quality Assurance Analyst who will be a member of the Renewable Energy Production Management department. The position will report to the Program Director and focus on Production Tracking System (PTS) software support and data control measures. The PTS is a web-based application used by the MassCEC to track renewable energy capacity and production for systems receiving renewable energy certificates or MassCEC incentives. Read more.
MassCEC seeks a talented and motivated candidate to serve as a Program Administrator on the Workforce Development team. Successful candidates will provide strong program administrative and data collection skills with a keen interest in helping Massachusetts achieve its 2050 net zero emissions goals by increasing awareness and access to a wide range of career opportunities in the growing clean energy industry.
Reporting to the Program Manager, the Program Administrator will directly support our longstanding and award-winning Clean Energy Internship Program, which has helped over 5,000 interns explore careers in clean energy. This position blends the daily program administration responsibilities of customer support to interns and employers, 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 workforce goals. Read more.
MassCEC seeks a talented and experienced candidate to serve as a Senior Program Manager in MassCEC’s Workforce Equity Programs. Successful candidates will provide extensive workforce development experience with a strong commitment to helping Massachusetts achieve its 2050 net zero emissions goals in a way that focuses on equitable solutions to support environmental justice neighborhoods, women and minority businesses, and transitioning fossil fuel workers.
Reporting to the Program Director, the Senior Program Manager will lead the development and procurement processes for several annual funding opportunities, including grants that support the successful development of Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBE) in the clean energy industry, provide planning and implementation resources for equity-focused workforce training in climate critical positions, and advance awareness of clean energy careers across environmental justice and low-income communities. Additionally, the Senior Program Manager will play a key role in providing quality technical assistance to grantees, structuring effective outcomes reporting, overseeing staff focused on administrative processes, and contributing to strategic outreach and engagement with industry, workforce, education, and community stakeholders. Read more.
The Associate General Counsel is a key member of MassCEC’s Legal Team within the Corporate Department. In this role, the Associate General Counsel will report to the Senior Associate General Counsel. The Associate General Counsel is responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating both contracts and corporate transactions, and the ideal candidate will be able to draw upon corporate experience. Most importantly, the successful candidate will be comfortable making recommendations to senior management regarding proposed courses of action. Read more.
MassCEC seeks a motivated and organized candidate to join the Clean Transportation team as a Program Manager. The Program Manager will play a key role in new program development, management of ongoing programs to guarantee successful rollout, stakeholder engagement, and oversight of administrative staff.
This position will develop clean transportation program designs with potential near term program focus areas of: vehicles-for-hire, e-bikes, electric school buses, medium-and heavy-duty fleets, consumer engagement and education in alignment with state equity goals. In addition, the role will serve as advisor for transportation grantees and contractors, ensuring constructive feedback from awarded projects. MassCEC expects the responsibilities of this position to evolve and expand as MassCEC develops and initiates future clean transportation programs. Read more.
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.
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.
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