MassCEC will continue accepting applications to the Whole-Home Air-Source Heat Pump Pilot Program until June 25, 2021 or until all funding is committed
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.
MassCEC is committed to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization where everyone is welcomed, supported, respected, and valued. We are committed to incorporating principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and environmental justice in all aspects of our work in order to promote the equitable distribution of the health and economic benefits of clean energy and support a diverse and inclusive clean energy industry. MassCEC strives to lead and innovate in equitable clean energy and climate solutions. The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Intern is responsible for researching and compiling data to promote DEI initiatives within MassCEC; coordinate with the Human Resources Team and company DE&I working groups to create surveys, reports, and electronic correspondence.
This position will work in the High-Performance Buildings focus area, which supports the Commonwealth’s ambitious goals of reducing and eliminating fossil fuel and emissions from the state’s buildings. The Program Administrator will manage and support key sector development initiatives, including building electrification and energy efficiency retrofit pilots, public outreach campaigns, market development, and workforce initiatives. These initiatives help Massachusetts homeowners and businesses install clean heating and cooling systems, electrify building end uses, and improve thermal performance of buildings, all while expanding access of clean and affordable energy to low- and moderate-income residents. The Program Administrator’s job responsibilities consist of a range of activities to support program objectives, including supporting development of new programs, outreach to industry stakeholders and the public, coordination of (and participation in) review of applications, oversight of contracting processes, support in management of ongoing grants, stakeholder workshops, managing training initiatives, and research and analysis for MassCEC programs and other funding solicitations.