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.

 

Controller

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.

 

Human Resources Administrator

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is seeking a Human Resources Administrator who will be involved in supporting Human Resources functions. The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of benefits and leave administration, recruiting, onboarding/off-boarding, staffing, performance management, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) principles. Human Resources responsibilities will include but are not limited to database and records maintenance, assisting employees with questions or concerns involving human resources programs and procedures. The Human Resources Administrator will also assist with special projects, coordinate onsite trainings, interpret company policies for employees and will be the key coordinator for DE&I initiatives at MassCEC.

 

Managing Director of Workforce Development

MassCEC seeks a talented and experienced candidate to serve as a Managing Director of Workforce Development. The Managing Director will oversee all aspects of MassCEC’s Workforce Development Programs, covering the organization’s core focus areas: the buildings and transportation sectors, net zero grid, and coordinating with the offshore wind team to develop offshore wind workforce development strategy, programing and implementation, with a goal of ensuring we have a well-trained, qualified, diverse and equitable workforce to support the growing clean energy industry in Massachusetts as we work to meet our ambitious climate goals. The Managing Director will report directly to the CEO.

 

Program Administrators - Offshore Wind

MassCEC is seeking two (2) motivated and organized candidates to join the team as Program Administrators. These positions are on the Offshore Wind team, supporting efforts to advance the Commonwealth’s goal to responsibly develop cost-effective offshore wind and reduce project risk, increase market confidence, and maximize the associated climate, workforce, and economic benefits of this new industry. The Program Administrators will support and help manage various elements within the offshore wind division’s portfolio of initiatives including workforce development, business and supply chain; ports and infrastructure; research and innovation; studies and surveys; and stakeholder engagement related to offshore wind development in Massachusetts.

 

Program Manager - Workforce Equity

MassCEC seeks a talented and experienced candidate to serve as a Program Manager for Workforce Equity Programs. The Program Manager will play a key role in providing direct case management for workforce equity programs, assist in the research and development of new career training programs that lead to employment in climate critical occupational categories and; attend community meetings and serve as a workforce ambassador for internal and external meetings. This position will primarily focus on Workforce Equity Programs that focus on environmental justice neighborhoods, women and minority businesses and; former/current fossil fuel workers to make achieving the state’s 2050 net-zero emissions goals a reality. MassCEC expects the responsibilities of this position to evolve and expand as MassCEC develops and initiates future workforce equity programs.

 

Program Manager - Workforce Equity Outreach

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.

 

Senior Program Manager - Building Decarbonization

MassCEC seeks a talented and experienced candidate to serve as a Senior Program Manager in MassCEC’s High-Performance Buildings focus area. The Senior Program Manager will play a key role in designing and overseeing initiatives to unlock pathways for eliminating emissions from the Commonwealth’s buildings. This position will primarily focus on the Commercial and Industrial (C&I) building sectors and will serve to demonstrate and bring to market the core systems, business practices, and programs to make achieving the state’s 2050 net zero emissions goals a reality. MassCEC expects the responsibilities of this position to evolve and expand as MassCEC pursues future endeavors.

 

Terminal Director

The Director of MassCEC’s New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal (“Terminal Director”) will manage the business, marketing, and contract administration for the Terminal, as well as day-to-day operations of the facility. The Terminal is a first-in-the-nation, multi-purpose facility designed to support the construction, assembly and deployment of offshore wind projects, as well as handle bulk, break-bulk and large specialty marine cargo. In furtherance of MassCEC’s goal of supporting the economic development and workforce opportunities of the offshore wind sector in Massachusetts, the Terminal Director will help lead the development and implementation of a strategic plan for MassCEC’s New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal and manage business development at the Terminal. The Terminal Director will have direct engagement and develop working relationships with offshore wind developers, OEMs and Tier 1 companies, and other companies in the supply chain and ports/maritime community.

 

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