The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) Controller will be responsible for the accounting operations of the entity and other aspects of financial management, reporting directly to the CFO. The Controller will manage the development of accounting policies, regulatory and financial reporting, budget and forecast preparation, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records, and comprehensive internal controls designed to mitigate risk and enhance the accuracy of the MassCEC's financial results. The Controller will ensure that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles. The Controller will have one direct report and will interact with all levels of the organization. Read more
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
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) seeks a proactive, self-starter to join the Investments team. The Analyst reports to the Investment Associate but will serve on a flat and dynamic team. The Analyst’s core work will be supporting the evaluation and management of venture investments in the most promising climate tech companies in Massachusetts. MassCEC seeks a highly independent candidate with excellent time management and prioritization skills, and a desire to take on a wide range of tasks. This is an opportunity for a motivated candidate to take ownership of significant responsibilities and build on a diverse energy and venture capital skillset while developing deep relationships across the clean energy sector. Read more
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) seeks an experienced Manager of Business Development to support the commercialization and partnership efforts of MassCEC’s portfolio companies. The Manager of Business Development will report to the Managing Director of Investments and will work alongside the Investments team to serve as the connective tissue between MassCEC’s portfolio of climate technology startups and the broader clean energy ecosystem. This is an opportunity for proven BD leader to drive impact for early-stage, deep technology climate startups by catalyzing relationships, expanding MassCEC’s partner and investor network and guiding the strategy of MassCEC’s Investments team. Read more
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