Careers at MassCEC

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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.

Current Openings

Website Content Manager

The Website Content Manager is responsible for the daily oversight of our main website,, including user experience, content strategy, content and website management, and reporting as well as working with our website vendor, marketing agency, and IT partner on upgrades and enhancements. has a steady flow of website content changes related to our grant and investments programs. As a climate change-focused quasi-state agency, we also seek to tell our story more engagingly. Our audience is the Governor of MA, other state executive branch agencies, non-profit organizations, state legislators, community-based organizations, students, employers, clean energy businesses, climatetech startups, and residents of MA. 

Ideally you’ll have previous experience managing Drupal websites. Ours is primarily an informational site but has a logged-in experience which provides access to a database for internship seekers, job seekers, and clean energy employers. You’ll help us optimize its usability and grow its functionality as needed. Read more

Community Energy & Environmental Justice Program Administrator

MassCEC seeks a motivated and organized candidate to join MassCEC as a Program Administrator. Successful candidates will bring relevant programmatic experience and/or interest paired 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 other underserved and underrepresented populations. 

Reporting to the Program Manager, the Program Administrator will play a key role in supporting MassCEC’s environmental justice and community-based programming. Specifically, this role will work with the EmPower Massachusetts Program, a program that provides grants to support organizations innovation and capacity building to develop and implement program models or projects to increase clean energy access to previously underserved populations in the Commonwealth.  Although the EmPower Massachusetts Program touches on many of MassCEC’s focus areas, this position will be part of MassCEC’s High-Performance Buildings team, which supports the Commonwealth’s ambitious goals of reducing and eliminating fossil fuel and emissions from the state’s buildings. The position may also provide support to other related High Performance Buildings programming and potentially across MassCEC’s focus areas (e.g., Workforce, Transportation, Net Zero Grid), depending on the needs of the organization. This role may also engage with MassCEC’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Working Groups. 

This position blends the daily program administration responsibilities of awardee support, analysis of key program metrics, contract drafting, and invoice processing with frequent opportunities to collaborate on program improvement, new program development, stakeholder outreach efforts, and integration of DEI goals into MassCEC’s work. Read more

Program Manager - Tech-to-Market

MassCEC seeks a motivated and organized candidate to join the Technology-to-Market team as a Program Manager. The Program Manager will play a key role in new program development, management of ongoing programs, supporting strategy, and oversight of administrative staff.

The Tech-to-Market team houses MassCEC’s grant work with cleantech innovators and the innovation economy in Massachusetts. The team works directly with startups and researchers to advance innovative cleantech technologies and solutions. The Tech-to-Market team is charged with understanding the market climate for clean energy industry sectors, recognizing and supporting emerging technologies and market opportunities, and identifying market trends and barriers. The team oversees a suite of grant programs to help researchers and emerging companies develop and commercialize their clean energy technologies and to help organizations that support early-stage companies (i.e., incubators and accelerators).

The Program Manager will have primary executional responsibility and contributing decision-making responsibility for developing solicitations, coordination of (and participation in) review of grant applications, awardee selection, and grant management. The Program Manager will review grantee documentation, including technical documentation of research and prototyping activities, coordinate grant payments, collect and verify metrics related to grants, and evaluate and report on program activities. The Program Manager will supervise one or more Program Administrators/Coorindators and/or fellows to support rigorous and timely completion of these responsibilities. The Program Manager will also serve a key role in understanding and communicating program funding priorities as they contribute to the Commonwealth’s decarbonization strategy. As such, the Program Manager must demonstrate excellent communication skills and a keen ability to contextualize a wide breadth of technology areas and how they impact big picture goals and priorities. Read more. 

Program Manager - Net Zero Grid

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) seeks a motivated and organized candidate to join the Program team as a Program Manager in the Net Zero Grid focus area, which includes MassCEC’s efforts to enable cost-effective integration and utilization of clean energy resources. The Net Zero Grid team also collaborates on research and innovation with electric utility partners, supports safe and effective deployment of energy storage to enable high renewable energy penetration, and advances efforts to ensure  a resilient electric grid in Massachusetts.

The Program Manager will manage consultant relationships for scopes of analysis as well as coordinate relationships with community stakeholders to encourage meaningful engagement in the future of the grid. The Program Manger’s job responsibilities consist of a range of activities to further program objectives, including support in the development of new programs, outreach to industry stakeholders and the public, coordination of (and participation in) review of applications, oversight of contracting processes, management of ongoing grants, organization of stakeholder workshops, management of training initiatives, and research and analysis for MassCEC programs and other funding solicitations. 

The Program Manager will also serve a key role as the primary stakeholder contact during solicitations, contracting, and award management stages of these programs. As such, the Program Manager must demonstrate excellent communication skills with external stakeholders and a keen ability to track the details of complex, ongoing, multi-party projects.

The Program Manager will contribute to MassCEC’s role as a convener in the Commonwealth’s energy community and will gain a diverse body of knowledge relating to the energy sector and associated industries. This is an opportunity for a hardworking and motivated candidate to take ownership of significant responsibilities and build on diverse energy skill set while developing deep relationships across the Massachusetts clean energy sector. Read more. 

Director of Performance Management

MassCEC is hiring a Director of Performance Management to lead a variety of data-driven projects across the organization. These include, but are not limited to, developing and implementing an internal performance measurement framework, developing and reporting on organizational metrics, developing a process for collection of relevant data, reporting on key performance indicators and impact of programming, data collection and reporting for federally funded programs, management of consulting contracts, and other Performance Management that arises at a growing and evolving organization. 

The Director of Performance Management is a dynamic and flexible role that is well suited for a collaborative self-starter who is looking to tackle challenging analytical projects for MassCEC. An important characteristic of this role is the ability to take on and provide complete ownership over discrete projects to get them to the finish line.

The Director of Performance Management will work with individuals across the agency, including executive team members, to gather information and collaborate on projects. They must be a highly effective communicator who can clearly convey their vision to others in order to ensure that all aspects of a project come together as intended. The Director of Performance Management must be a strategic thinker who can distill complex information across programs and can plan and execute a project in a way that meets the organization’s goals. Read more. 

Director of Business Development

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) seeks an experienced Director of Business Development to support the commercialization and partnership efforts of MassCEC’s portfolio companies.

The Director 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. 

Sr Program Manager - Ocean Renewable Energy Innovation Center

MassCEC seeks a motivated and organized candidate to join the organization as a Senior Program Manager.   The Senior Program Manager will support MassCEC’s Offshore Wind and Technology-to-Market teams, playing a key role in program development and management, coordinating across internal staff, and serving as a key liaison and stakeholder point of contact. The Senior Program Manager must demonstrate excellent communication skills and a keen ability to track the details of complex, ongoing, multi-party projects.

For more than a decade MassCEC has supported initiatives in ocean renewable energy, with a strong emphasis on the development of the offshore wind sector. Offshore wind is one of MassCEC’s four core focus areas, along with clean transportation, high-performance buildings, and net-zero grid. MassCEC works 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. Read more

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