The Website Content Manager is responsible for the daily oversight of our main website, MassCEC.com, 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.
MassCEC.com 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.
MassCEC is hiring a Director of Data and Business Intelligence 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 Data and Business Intelligence 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 Data and Business Intelligence 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 Data and Business Intelligence 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.
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.
MassCEC seeks a motivated and experienced candidate to join the Building Decarbonization team as a Program Manager. The Program Manager will play a key role in designing and overseeing initiatives that are part of MassCEC’s efforts to unlock pathways for eliminating emissions from the Commonwealth’s buildings. This position will work to launch efforts and demonstrations to 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 and programming.
This work will involve engaging with and leveraging industry stakeholders, conceptualizing and designing market transformation initiatives, and implementing programs that effectively address barriers to building decarbonization. The Program Manager will engage in this sector across many fronts, including with consumers and property owners, industry solution providers, workforce, energy efficiency program administrators, and policy makers. The role will implement initiatives from MassCEC’s building decarbonization strategy to increase awareness, address technological hurdles, foster new business approaches, enhance available workforce, and recommend realignment of institutional practices and policies. Furthermore, the Program Manager will serve as a resource for MassCEC and other state agencies on matters related to building decarbonization. Read more.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) seeks a motivated and experienced candidate to join the Building Decarbonization team as a Program Manager. The Program Manager will play a key role in designing and overseeing solar equity initiatives that are part of MassCEC’s efforts to unlock pathways for eliminating emissions from the Commonwealth’s buildings and meet emissions goals. This position will work to launch solar equity programs that will support the state in achieving its 2050 net zero emissions goals. MassCEC expects the responsibilities of this position to evolve and expand as MassCEC pursues future endeavors and programming.
This work will involve engaging with industry stakeholders, conceptualizing and designing market transformation initiatives, and implementing programs that effectively address barriers to solar equity. The Program Manager will engage in this sector across many fronts, including with consumers and property owners, industry solution providers, workforce, solar and energy efficiency program administrators, and policy makers. The role will implement initiatives to increase awareness, foster new business approaches, enhance available workforce, and recommend realignment of institutional practices and policies. Furthermore, the Program Manager will serve as a resource for MassCEC and other state agencies on matters related to solar equity. Read more.
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, and other underserved and underrepresented populations.
Reporting to the Senior Program Manager, the Program Administrator will play a key role in supporting MassCEC’s solar and building decarbonization programming. Specifically, this role 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 buildings, including supporting the development of significant potential programming focused on equitable access to Solar and other clean energy solutions within underserved communities.
This position blends the daily program administration responsibilities of engaging with potential program applicants, reviewing and awarding applications, drafting contracts, processing invoices, and reporting on program metrics, with frequent opportunities to collaborate on program improvement, new program development, stakeholder outreach efforts, and integration of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion goals into MassCEC’s work. Read more.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) seeks a highly motivated and talented individual to support the strategic and programmatic direction of the offshore wind team. Reporting to the Managing Director of Offshore Wind, the Deputy Managing Director will help coordinate, improve the impact, and accelerate the development and implementation of MassCEC’s offshore wind development programs. The Deputy Managing Director is a dynamic role that is best suited for a collaborative, creative professional who can manage a variety of projects, embrace accountability, and collaborate with internal MassCEC staff and with external stakeholders in the public, private and non-profit sectors.
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.
MassCEC seeks a detail-oriented, motivated and experienced candidate to oversee MassCEC’s marketing efforts targeting Massachusetts residents and small building owners through our Clean Energy Lives Here campaign and adjacent High Performance Buildings programs. Clean Energy Lives Here is a public education and awareness campaign that informs MA residents about decarbonized alternatives to fossil fuel-powered systems and appliances for their home and explains strategies for buying clean electricity. In the coming year, MassCEC plans to launch content and advertising for renters and property owners, as well as increase our support of electric vehicle adoption by this audience. Additionally, MassCEC is increasing the amount of Spanish-language content on the campaign website. The Marketing Manager for Residential Electrification will liaise between MassCEC staff, marketing and IT contractors, content creators, and other state agencies to evolve the content for Clean Energy Lives Here and report on campaign metrics.
The ideal candidate should be passionate about driving behavioral change to achieve Massachusetts’ climate goals with a strong focus on promoting an equitable energy transition. The Marketing Manager must demonstrate excellent communication skills and enthusiasm for engaging the public on energy-related upgrades for their homes and transportation. The Marketing Manager should have experience managing marketing campaigns, engaging with stakeholders and the public in person, and selecting and managing vendors through an RFP process. Read more.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) seeks an Analyst to support the Investments team in sourcing, evaluating, executing and managing venture investments in the most promising clean energy and climate technology companies in Massachusetts. This is an opportunity for a motivated candidate to take on significant responsibilities within a growing organization, develop skills in venture capital, and build a strong network of relationships across the climate-tech and investing sectors.
The successful candidate will demonstrate strong interests in this field, a desire to contribute to MassCEC’s mission as a public strategic investor, and the willingness and ability to take on and manage a wide range of tasks independently. The Analyst will report to the Senior Investment Associate, and will also work closely with other members of the Investments group, as well as collaborating regularly with staff across the wider MassCEC organization. Read more.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) seeks a motivated and organized candidate to join the Technology-to-Market (Tech-to-Market) team 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 and supporting early-stage researchers and startup companies.
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). Read more.
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