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.
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 be reporting to the 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.
The Business Systems Analyst is an essential member of MassCEC’s renewable energy production management team, reporting to the division’s Director. The Business Systems Analyst analyzes problems, and both designs and implements solutions in three critical areas: Business Systems, Operational Procedures, and Production Reporting as they relate to vital MassCEC Production Tracking System (PTS), primarily working with the Clean Peak Standard (CPS) Program. PTS is an externally hosted, web-based application maintained by MassCEC to monitor and evaluate the performance of renewable energy systems.
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. We are conducting a search for a contract Test Engineer.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) Human Resources Manager will report to and work with the Chief Financial Officer to develop and implement human resources objectives and practices that will provide for an employee-oriented culture that emphasizes productivity, goal attainment, and on-going development of a workforce that is aligned with the goals of the MassCEC.
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