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Energy Efficiency Quality Assurance Specialist
Oklahoma Department of Commerce

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce is seeking an Energy Efficiency Quality Assurance Specialist position. The annual salary for this position is up to $60,000, based on education, experience and certifications. Review of applications will begin immediately. The deadline to apply is Monday, November 15, 2021. For more information and to apply, please click here.


Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources
Legal Counsel II

Serve as a Counsel II with respect to various energy matters at the Department of Energy Resources’ (Department), including administrative proceedings before the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities as well as other matters involving the energy industry in the Commonwealth. Please click here for more information and to apply. 


Communications Assistant – Part Time
Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources

In this role, the assistant will work with OER’s Chief Public Affairs Officer to educate and inform the public about clean energy policies and programs via press releases, newsletters, blogs, social media and video. Interested candidates should review the full description here and apply by writing to Robert Beadle at


Senior Energy Policy Analyst
Oregon Department of Energy

The Oregon Department of Energy is hiring a Senior Policy Analyst that will focus on natural gas and alternative fuel resources, policies, and markets.  Please click here for more information and to apply.


Energy Program Specialist
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

This position is responsible for developing, planning and administering the Department of Environmental Protection’s Climate Change Program including the Climate Change Action Plan and greenhouse gas emissions inventory and other climate mitigation and efforts as required by Act 70 of 2008.  This position also provides technical assistance regarding issues related to climate change and monitors public and private sector climate change initiatives.  Please click here for more information and to apply. 


Analyst, Research & Industry Strategy [Electrification]
Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA)

The Analyst, Research & Industry Strategy is an integral member of the Electrification team, which ensures that SEPA members have access to the data, research, insight, and facilitation necessary to support the electric power industry’s smart integration of newly electrified transportation and building loads. This position will provide the incumbent the opportunity to expand existing electrification subject matter expertise and grow into one of SEPA’s subject experts on electric vehicles, end-use electrification, and related utility programs and technologies. Please click here for more information and to apply.


SEP Program Manager
Georgia Environmental Finance Authority

Under limited supervision of the Energy Resources Director, manages federally funded grant projects for the State Energy Program and Weatherization Assistance Program. Completes various tasks related to these programs, the Energy Resources Division and GEFA overall. In general, performs duties in the areas of energy efficiency and renewable energy technical assistance, project management, customer interaction and customer service, contract management, budget, finance, operations, policy research, and coordination with other agencies and programs. Assists with GEFA’s guaranteed energy savings performance contracting program, provides technical assistance to potential and current clients and responds to customer needs and concerns. Coordinates the energy assurance program and provides energy emergency preparedness support as required. Prepares all necessary reports for the program and the division. Candidate must possess excellent project management, multi-tasking, writing and communication skills and the ability to think independently and work, at times, with little supervision. Candidate must demonstrate good judgment. Assist in directing a diverse range of support, operational, and programmatic activities for the Energy Resources Division.  Please click here for more information. To apply, please send resume to Human Resources at


Energy & Utilities Analyst II/III
Vermont Department of Public Service

The Vermont Public Service Department is seeking an energy & utilities analyst. As an arm of the executive branch, the Department is a major driver of energy policy in Vermont, and advocates on behalf of the public in electric, efficiency, gas, and telecommunications utility matters. The Planning Division, where the analyst will work, conducts analysis, works with stakeholders, and tracks energy sector trends, to develop and implement State energy policy. The analyst will work on a wide range of issues including rate cases, generation and distributed energy resource policy development and implementation, utility integrated resource plans, statewide energy planning, and regional and municipal energy planning, and as well as drafting and supporting proposed legislation.

The ideal candidate will have excellent quantitative skills including financial and policy modeling using Microsoft Excel, data management and analytics using tools such as ArcGIS, SQL, and Power BI, excellent written and oral communication skills, and will possess a high level of analytic expertise necessary to carry out the duties of the position. The Public Service Department can request a hire-into-range salary offer for qualified candidates and supports the continued professional development of its employees. The Department is located in walkable downtown Montpelier and is accessible by public transit. To apply, visit, follow instructions for job seekers, and search for the position titled “Utilities Economic Analyst II/III” at the Public Service Department. Please contact Anne Margolis, Deputy Planning Director, with any questions,