Monday , February 6 2023

California Energy Commission Internship – Associate Energy Specialist

Website CEC

Job Description:

Are you interested in working on programs that will help the state achieve its clean energy and environmental goals? The California Energy Commission’s Renewable Energy Division is in search of a qualified candidate to assist in programs that will shape California’s clean energy future. We are looking for dynamic, creative team members from a wide range of disciplines. We value strong communication skills and seek an individual that performs well in team environments. If energy or environmental sustainability is your passion, and you endeavor to contribute to California’s clean energy future, we encourage you to apply for this position.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Under the general direction of the Energy Resources Specialist III (Supervisor) in the Renewable Energy Division, the Associate Energy Specialist (AES), works on a staff team implementing funding and technical assistance programs that support energy efficiency, renewable energy and decarbonization projects throughout California.
  • The AES provides support for several programs including the Clean Energy Jobs Act: Proposition 39 K-12 grant program, Energy Conservation Assistance Act loan programs and the Bright Schools technical assistance grant program.
  • Specific tasks include the review of applications, invoices, and reports to ensure compliance with program requirements.
  • The incumbent will be working with databases and spreadsheets to generate data relevant to programs.
  • The incumbent also helps assess the technical accuracy of funding applications and works with third party technical assistance contractors to aid program participants as they develop, implement, and complete their energy efficiency projects.

Job Requirements:

  • Experience with technical data and projects that involve data analyses.
  • Ability and proven experience analyzing data, preparing technical reports, and completing complex research and policy documents, including the use of databases and spreadsheets.
  • Experience managing contracts or other funding agreements and processing invoices.
  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to effectively present programs to public audiences.
  • Advanced writing and editing skills.
  • Experience with customer service.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Knowledge of renewable energy generation technologies.
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
  • Experience with funding programs supporting clean energy generation, energy efficiency and decarbonization efforts.

Job Details:

Company: California Energy Commission

Vacancy Type: Full Time

Job Functions: Others

Job Location: San Diego, CA, US

Application Deadline: N/A

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