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Energy Efficiency Planner IV
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Division of Climate, Coastal, an

The position will lead the program management, research, policy analysis, education, and outreach for the Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF) and the Energy Efficiency Industrial (E2I) Program. This position will be responsible for supporting programs and initiatives that promote energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate the effects of climate change in Delaware.  Specific projects include research and analysis of state and regional policies for energy efficiency related to low-moderate income residents, processing and tracking rebates, and supporting the development of an on-line automated grant tracking system.

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Senior Energy Policy Analyst
Oregon Department of Energy

This position serves as the agency policy advisor on electricity systems, transmission and generation, and associated resources and technologies. Duties including advising the agency Director and program managers, researching, analyzing and evaluating policy and programmatic energy policy issues.

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Program Director
National Association of State Eneryg Officials

The Program Director leads policy analysis, issues development, and project implementation under NASEO’s state energy planning and assistance program. In these areas, NASEO works with State Energy Offices, the U.S. Department of Energy, foundations and a range of stakeholders to provide technical support and analysis to states as they develop comprehensive state energy plans, and implement policies and programs across the energy sector.

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Energy Codes and Standards Specialist
Performance Systems Development

Performance Systems Development is seeking an energy codes and standards specialist with a strong knowledge of residential and commercial energy codes and appliance standards. A successful applicant will have the skills to translate energy code language and convey building science concepts to audiences with a variety of skill levels. Applicants should also demonstrate a successful record of program management.

Under the supervision of a senior program manager, the specialist will support the implementation of energy code technical support programs, including developing and delivering training programs, identifying or creating energy code verification forms and field guides, providing email, phone, and occasional onsite technical assistance, and promoting program events and services by working closely with a marketing coordinator. The specialist will also support the development and adoption of more stringent state energy codes and appliance standards.

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MDA-Program Manager III
Mississippi Development Authority, Energy and Natural Resources Division

The Energy and Natural Resources Division (ENRD)  is currently recruiting for the position of a  MDA-Program Manager III in our Hinds County location. 

The recruitment is open to agency employees as well as the general public and may be viewed on the agency website:

Applications can be submitted on-line at the Mississippi State Personnel Board (MSBP) website:, Job Seekers, or submit to the Human Resources Division (501 North West Street, Suite 409C, Jackson, MS 39201 or Post Office Box 849, Jackson, MS 39205) to by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date of recruitment.

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Assistant Director Energy Planning and Innovation Division (Principal Executive/Manager F)
Oregon Department of Energy

The Oregon Department of Energy is recruiting for a new Assistant Director for Planning & Innovation (leading the Division where I manage a Section). As part of the agency’s executive management team, the Assistant Director will help develop the vision, strategy, and direction of the agency and lead its team of technical and policy experts who specialize in energy conservation and efficiency, sustainable transportation, renewable energy, and greenhouse gas reduction.

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Public Service Engineer, Senior, Advanced
Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) is an independent state agency that is responsible for regulating more than 1,100 Wisconsin public utilities, which provide electric, natural gas, combined water and sewer utilities and certain aspects of local telephone service to households and businesses throughout the state. The PSC’s mission is to ensure that safe, sufficient and reasonably priced utility services are provided to all of Wisconsin’s customers.

The primary responsibility is to monitor and enforce compliance with state and federal pipeline safety regulations to ensure the safe, reliable, and environmentally-sound operation of natural gas facilities, which currently includes over 35,000 miles of natural gas pipelines and three liquefied natural gas plants which provide natural gas service to over 2,000,000 customers. This not only ensures safe and reliable service to the natural gas consumer of this state but also the safety of the public in general.

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